A new report by the International Energy Agency shows that Canada's vehicles have the highest average carbon emissions and fuel consumption per kilometre.
New research suggests a way to map precisely where and how to use groundwater recharge to refill Californian aquifers and stop the land from sinking.
Animal testing can be too costly and time-consuming to meet ethical needs, according to a new study, but a low-cost, high-speed algorithm could change this.
Hurricanes can cause billions of dollars worth of damage, and our changing climate could make things even worse.
Smartphones are the most pervasive, versatile and capable connected devices we use on a daily basis. So how do we harness their capabilities for scientific data collection?
Research suggests that teenagers are suffering from an epidemic of sleep deprivation, so how much shut-eye should they be getting a night?
Artificial intelligence has become so advanced that it is able to produce incredibly convincing pictures of people who don't even exist.
A lack of charging stations is one of the main reasons that electric vehicle use is low in Canada. Changing the way we plan our cities could help address this.
MIT’s iconic product design class, known by its course number 2.009, showcased their creativity in this year's theme - danger.
In Saskatchewan, revolutionary new robots are allowing doctors to deliver medical care to remote communities.
Canada relies on immigrants to boost its economy - and has revealed new, higher targets for immigration over the coming three years.
In a 2018 report, State of the Mountains, experts estimated that the glaciers in the St. Elias Mountains are losing more ice than any other alpine area in the country.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said he would fulfill a promise to impose a carbon tax on provinces unwilling to combat climate change, prompting instant protests from a...
If passed, Bill C-83 would eliminate two forms of solitary confinement currently used in federal prisons in Canada.
Marijuana sales officially began in Canada on Wednesday, making it the first G7 country — and the second country in the world after Uruguay — to legalize the drug for all adults.