Vancouver Aquarium's latest concerns are for the population of the endangered frogs, which the scientists at the facility have started breeding now.
A Canadian team of researchers have successfully discovered bacteria that can live and grow in high Arctic permafrost at temperatures greatly below the freezing point of water.
The team has offered clues about the types of organisms that might exist in similar intense environments at some other place in our solar system.
With an intention of incorporating gay men in the community of donation, Canadian Blood Services have announced a new policy according to which gay men can also donate blood. But there exists a condition for same which suggests that only that men will be allowed to donate blood that haven't had sex with another man at least for five years before doing donation.
A publicity stunt done by Larrivée - Vancouver-made Parlor Guitars have caught the eye-balls of many which have helped the company drew orders of $100,000 already in hand. The photograph of playing a Larrivée guitar has sparked enough interest among masses that the company is pressurized enough for the production of its limited edition.
As per a new study done by Cancer Care Ontario (CCO), for detecting breast cancer, the methods of digital direct radiography (DR) and screen film are more efficient than the method of digital computed radiography (CR). The study was funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance which got published in journal Radiology.
A presentation was given by three members of HPV Canada. After listening to the entire presentation, the Yellowknife Catholic School Board has voted in the favor of allowing girls to receive HPV vaccine.
YCS Chair Simon Taylor was of the view that the voting decision has been unanimous, which means that implementation procedure will get a lot easier.