Canada Bans Soylent: CFIA Says No Thanks

The so-called “meal drink” brand Soylent, which was to sound bring the “end of food” as we knew it, according to the magazine “The New Yorker”, can not be imported into Canada... Read more »

Three Dead Following Ammonia Leak In Fernie British Columbia

Emergency services confirmed Tuesday night that there were three deaths following an ammonia leak at an arena in the town of Fernie, British Columbia. Ted Ruiter, Fernie’s fire chief, said his department... Read more »

Anti-G20 demonstrations: police want reinforcements

On Friday, police in Hamburg Germany requested reinforcements to face the many anti-G20 demonstrations in the city, which prevented the wife of the US president from leaving her hotel. “The [reinforcement] request... Read more »
Everest

More than five tonnes of waste collected on Everest by a French NGO

More than five tons of garbage – gas cylinders, ropes, tents, preserves and plastics of all kinds – were picked up in May on the Nepalese side of Mount Everest by an... Read more »
Six right whales were found dead in June near the Îles-de-la-Madeleine. PHOTO PROVIDED BY FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA

Gulf of St. Lawrence: two whales allegedly subjected to blunt trauma

Two North Atlantic right whales found dead in the Gulf of St. Lawrence seem to have suffered a blunt trauma, but it is still too early to rule out other causes that... Read more »

In Montreal, Obama reassures Canadians about the environment

If former US President Barack Obama reiterated his disappointment at the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Accord on Climate Change last week, he reassured himself that many environmental advances will survive... Read more »

Yellowstone grizzly bears removed from list of protected animals

Grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas will be removed from the list of endangered species this summer, the US Secretary of the Interior said on Thursday, a move immediately... Read more »