Scientists demonstrate, for the first time, that microbial communities found living in Canada's High Arctic, in conditions analogous to those on Mars, can survive by eating and breathing simple inorganic compounds of a kind that have been detected on Mars

COP15: Canada to replace China as venue for UN biodiversity summit

Canada Moves to Decriminalize Possession of ‘Hard’ Drugs

As NASA plans for Mars, Canada works to keep Mars voyagers healthy

Legalised cannabis in Canada and US hasn’t killed illegal market

Monkeypox outbreaks in Canada and worldwide signal shift in behaviour of virus | CBC News

Canada's Criminal Laws now Extend to Earth Orbit and the Moon

Astronauts can no longer commit crimes on the moon, Canada decrees

Canada considers adding moon crimes to its Criminal Code

All 5 building blocks of DNA, RNA found in meteorites from Canada, U.S., Australia

Crimes on the moon could soon be added to Canada's Criminal Code

Bird populations in eastern Canada declining due to forest 'degradation,' research shows

Canada announces new innovation agency — and it's not modelled on DARPA | The unit will instead mimic Finnish and Israeli agencies. But some researchers worry Canada might be too big and regionalized for the scheme to succeed.

Canada’s answer to Space Force

Oldest Microfossils On Earth Found In Canada

Canada's CHIME is Getting More Observatories to Search for Fast Radio Bursts

Bjarni Tryggvason, one of Canada's original astronauts, dies at 76

Minamata Convention bans use of mercury satellite propellants used in electric rocket engines after a motion from Canada, the European Union, and Norway. According to the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), which has been fighting to ban mercury propellants since 2018.

Excess sugar consumption costs Canada’s health-care system $5 billion each year, study finds

CSIS warned Canada's space agency about ex-engineer now facing charges: court documents