People die every year in crashes involving moose, and now the University of Saskatchewan is putting GPS collars on 50 of the large mammals to see if anything can be done about it.
The skull of a 15th-century English king that was found under a parking lot in Leicester, England, has been used to reconstruct the monarch's face, via a technique that can help identify the victims of cold cases.
Greenpeace is calling on all eight nations with the Arctic Council to take stronger measures to protect Arctic waters.
A British charity that offers counselling to children by phone and online says children as young as five should get lessons in internet safety. Should lessons in online safety start in kindergarten?
Young men who get more exercise and watch less TV have higher sperm counts than those with less healthy habits, a U.S. study suggests.
Slumping personal computer maker Dell is bowing out of the stock market in a $24.4 billion buyout that represents the largest deal of its kind since the Great Recession dried up the financing for such risky manoeuvers.
A Canadian carpenter says he's stunned that his DNA helped solve a 500-year-old mystery that stumped British historians for centuries.
13-year-old Lauren Rojas is the toast of Twitter today for boldly sending her Hello Kitty doll where no Hello Kitty doll has gone before – 28,537 meters into the stratosphere.
A new study casts doubt on the idea that modern humans and Neanderthals co-existed — and possibly even interbred — for millennia.
An eye-catching invention that produces as much light as a 100-watt incandescent bulb using just an eighth of the power has become a crowdfunding star for three University of Toronto graduates.
Lake Winnipeg has earned a disturbing new title from the Global Nature Fund, as the most threatened lake of 2013.
The bad news is: Your two-year-old may be a liar. The good news is: If she is, it's a sign of advanced cognitive skills.
Using modern technology, a Virginia museum is working to unwrap the story behind one of the earliest surviving Egyptian mummies.
Twitter has reset the passwords of 250,000 users after a sophisticated attack by hackers compromised their accounts.
A Vancouver hospital has become the first in Canada to test a germ-killing, UV-ray-blasting robot.
Sony is expected to unveil the next PlayStation game console on Feb. 20, a date that would give the Japanese electronics company a head start over Microsoft's expected announcement of an Xbox 360 successor in June.
NHL hockey players and English Premier League soccer players may sometimes come across as "dumb jocks," but their brains are far nimbler than those of average Canadian university students at some kinds of learning, a new study shows.
A NASA top official wrestled with what he thought was a hypothetical question: What should you tell the astronauts of a doomed space shuttle Columbia?
NASA honoured the seven astronauts who perished when the space shuttle Columbia was destroyed 10 years ago Friday.
Gamer developers are showing their support for fired Revenue Canada call centre employee David S. Gallant and are calling for the freedom to hate your job. Gallant made a game, called I Get This Call Every Day, about his tedious work.