Bow Valley Parkway closure an opportunity to study human use of parks: CPAWS

The southern Alberta chapter of the Canada Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) has launched a survey to see how park users feel about the

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Study finds coronavirus antibodies last months, offering hope for vaccine efficacy – National

Antibodies that people make to fight the new coronavirus last for at least four months after diagnosis and do not fade quickly as some

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Alberta government to support feasibility study for Edmonton-Calgary hyperloop under new agreement

Canadian hyperloop company TransPod has signed an agreement with the Alberta government that will see the province support the firm’s early efforts to advance development

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Larger class sizes could have dramatic impact on coronavirus transmission: study

A bigger class size could have a dramatic effect on the number of COVID-19 cases at school, a new study suggests. Researchers with the

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Sea star wasting disease: ‘The more we study it, the less we understand’

Volunteers in Campbell River are studying the ongoing problem of sea star wasting disease and what caused its resurgence in recent years. Campbell River

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Black, racialized Canadians lack representation on boards in 8 major cities: study

Black and racialized people are under-represented and often sometimes non-existent on boards in eight major cities across Canada. A new study from Ryerson University’s

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Study shows Canadians are paying more for data than most other countries

It’s no secret that using too much data on your cell phone plan can cost you. A recent study shows that Canadians are paying

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New study detects thousands of earthquakes in B.C. Peace region, most linked to fracking

B.C.’s Peace region is experiencing roughly 1,500 small earthquakes a year and most of them are connected to fracking operations, according to a new

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Noise from human activity that vibrates the Earth dropped by 50% after COVID-19 restrictions: study

An international team of researchers used data from seismic stations in 117 countries to determine that restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19

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New study says less than 1% of British Columbians had COVID-19 by the time restrictions eased in May

A new joint study from the University of British Columbia, the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, LifeLabs and public health scientists has found a low

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