RCMP investigating Canadian oil company ReconAfrica after complaints of alleged corruption and fraud

According to the Canadians interviewed by the RCMP, the probe seems focused on two issues: ReconAfrica’s ties to politically connected figures in Namibia and the company’s stock promotion activities.John Grobler/The Globe and Mail The RCMP have launched an investigation into a Canadian oil company that is drilling exploration wells near the ecologically sensitive Okavango River … Read more

Canadian gold-miner finds 30,000 year-old mummified baby mammoth

A near-perfectly mummified, 30,000 year-old baby woolly mammoth has been unearthed from Canadian permafrost by a miner in the Klondike region’s gold fields. The stunningly preserved baby, which measured just 4.5 feet (1.4 meters) long and has much of its hair and skin intact, was described by officials as “the most complete mummified mammoth found … Read more


DR. ALISON MCAFEE WAS CELEBRATED BY THE FONDATION L’ORIAL AND UNESCO DURING THE FIRST CEREMONY SINCE THE PANDEMIC CELEBRATING 45 EMINENT WOMEN IN SCIENCE MONTREAL, June 24, 2022 / CNW / – By organizing the first For Women in Science Ceremony since Covid-19, the Fondation L’Oréal and UNESCO celebrated the 30 recipients of its International … Read more

Controversial Canadian supplements researcher not guilty of misconduct, report says | Science

Botanist Steven Newmaster, whose controversial work profoundly influenced how dietary supplements are tested and marketed, did not engage in scientific misconduct, a University of Guelph (UG) investigation committee has ruled. Newmaster “displayed a pattern of poor judgment and failed to apply the standards reasonably expected in research activity in his discipline,” panel chairman John Walsh … Read more

Canadian Exploration Services Limited (CXS) Now Offers Geological Services

Founded on February 2nd, 2000, Canadian Exploration Services Limited (CXS) is a group of professionals covering the entire exploration process, initial site development, and reclamation. They are a firm in the region surrounding the entire exploration process. They form claim to stake to advanced geophysics, offering a single point of contact and excellent levels of … Read more

Mattea’s slim victory: Canadian former contestants on the science of ‘Jeopardy!’ bets

TORONTO – Canadian “Jeopardy!” champ Mattea Roach extended an impressive win streak Thursday with her 18th consecutive triumph. It allows the 23-year-old to face another pair of challengers Friday, when victory would move her up the ranking for top consecutive wins. She currently has the eighth-longest win streak in the program’s history but one more … Read more

Importing Canadian Energy To Drastically Reduce Carbon Emissions

By Nancy W. Stauffer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology April 12, 2022 One of Hydro-Quebec’s hydroelectric generating stations. Credit: Hydro-Quebec Power flowing both ways across the Canada – US border offers a pathway to clean electricity in 2050. The urgent need to cut carbon emissions has prompted a growing number of US states to commit to … Read more

Humans driving plant evolution: Canadian study

A new study conducted by biologists out of the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) suggests that urban environments are altering the way plant life evolves. The study, published Thursday in peer-reviewed journal Science, reports that humans are constantly re-shaping the environment by building cities, which changes the way life evolves. According to the study, the … Read more

Canadian trade minister lauds ‘productive’ Israel trip, touts science, tech collab

Israel and Canada are working to deepen their trade and commercial relationship and are set to build on an existing agreement to advance science, technology and innovation partnerships, Canada’s Minister of International Trade Mary Ng told The Times of Israel on Wednesday. Ng, whose ministry also tackles export promotion, small business and economic development, was … Read more

Canadian oil drillers wake up as war leaves world begging for crude

Breadcrumb Trail Links Oil & Gas FP Energy Commodities Demand for rigs is now higher than it’s been in years, and the summer drilling season is likely to start earlier than usual Author of the article: Bloomberg News Robert Tuttle and Geoffrey Morgan Publishing date: Mar 14, 2022 • 46 minutes ago • 4 minute … Read more