CBC: Technology & Science

Wednesday th 19th of August 2020

B.C. Indigenous leaders call for emergency closure of Fraser River fishery, saying stocks have collapsed - 12:00

More than 70 new wildfires reported in B.C. after dry lightning - 06:30

More than 300 properties evacuated, thousands on alert as wildfire grows in B.C.'s Okanagan - 06:30

CRTC considers fining Iristel and Telus up to $1.2M each for 'self-serving' actions - 06:30

Researchers log 34 waterspouts in 'outbreak' over Lake Huron - 06:30

The heat of the night is when you can really feel climate change in Calgary - 06:30

Tuesday th 18th of August 2020

China says U.S. damaging global trade with Huawei sanctions - 08:31

Music lessons in a pandemic: How one Edmonton company is offering AI-led music courses - 07:03

Strong quake in Philippines kills 1, damages houses, roads - 06:40

Rare white orca sighting off Alaskan coast - 06:40

Victims of CRA hackers vulnerable to other cyberattacks: experts - 05:50

Monday th 17th of August 2020

U.S. approves oil, gas leasing plan for Alaska wildlife refuge - 14:01

Search and rescue test sonar technology to locate human bodies under water - 10:21

Federal officials provide details on cyberattacks that targeted Government of Canada online services - 09:30

'Canary in the coal mine': Greenland ice has shrunk beyond return, study finds - 07:30

COVID-19 pandemic stalls further exploration of Franklin wrecks - 07:30

New video game takes aim at COVID-19 misinformation - 07:30

A city plagued by homelessness builds AI tool to predict who's at risk - 07:30

CRA shuts down online services after thousands of accounts breached in cyberattacks - 07:00

Death Valley records highest global temperature in over 100 years - 06:30

Sunday th 16th of August 2020

Hundreds of baby turtles begin to hatch at Ontario 'turtle nursery' - 08:30

Friday th 14th of August 2020

That's no seal: Makkovik man accidentally nets shark - 08:20

Lethal bacterial disease found in bighorn sheep herd in B.C.'s South Okanagan - 06:50

How cutting speed limits could slow climate change - 06:20

Google stops responding directly to data requests from Hong Kong government - 03:50

Thursday th 13th of August 2020

Fortnite developer Epic Games sues Apple after removal of video game from App Store - 21:30

Ship in Mauritius oil spill emptied of fuel, but heavy damage for island - 17:00

Canadian tech group spends $100K on billboards to lure anxious tech workers from U.S. - 03:10

Effectiveness of COVID Alert app is hard to track — but that might be the necessary tradeoff for privacy - 03:10

Wednesday th 12th of August 2020

How spotting right whales from space could help save them - 12:33

Broken cable damages giant radio telescope in Puerto Rico - 10:10

Firefox owner Mozilla laying off 250 staff, including some in Canada - 09:11

Mauritius seeks compensation as oil spill cleanup continues - 09:11

'Quite dire': Fraser River sockeye salmon run expected to be worst ever recorded - 06:10

Tuesday th 11th of August 2020

Singapore crushes ivory from around 300 elephants to deter illegal trade - 09:30

Russia approves coronavirus vaccine before final clinical trials are completed - 09:30

Yukon First Nation, hunting groups at odds over moose hunting - 08:30

Nunavut greenhouse could teach scientists how to grow food in outer space - 08:30

Dwarf planet Ceres is an 'ocean world,' NASA finds - 06:40

Showdown between Split Lip and The Boss, 2 of Banff's most notorious grizzlies, caught on camera - 06:10

Early sightings of Atlantic salmon in Fundy National Park an encouraging sign - 06:10

Monday th 10th of August 2020

Girl, 7, stung by Portuguese man-of-war at Lawrencetown Beach - 11:40

Arctic Energy Alliance, City of Yellowknife team up to make homes more energy-efficient - 09:00

How Vancouver plans to cool down the hottest parts of the city amid global climate change - 08:10

Have you spotted a satellite dish on a beaver dam? Here's why it's happening - 07:12

Alberta signs on to help develop nuclear reactor technology - 06:50

Collapsed Arctic ice shelf adds 'exclamation point' to dire climate trends, say scientists - 06:50

Melting glaciers will bring instability to more than 1 million Albertans' water supply - 06:50

Long distance swimmer gets close-up look at pod of orcas in West Vancouver - 06:20

Researchers race to protect Nova Scotia's hemlocks from invasive pest - 06:20