World’s first UFO landing pad still waiting for its first alien visitor
The landing pad was originally built by the town of St. Paul in Alberta, Canada to attract tourists both from this world, and from afar.
Brilliant fireball over Canada sparks meteorite hunt
It’s possible that more than one meteorite emerged from the fireball, which started out about the size of a basketball.
What’s causing Canada’s ‘rock snot’ infestation?
Thick and extensive blooms of this particular algae are known to affect the structure and function of river ecosystems.
Photo of the day: Twilight descends on Banff National Park
The Canadian Pacific Railway snakes around the banks of the frozen Bow River on Dec. 7 as the sun sets on Morant’s Curve, one of the most famous spots in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.
Established in 1885, Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park. Featuring stunning ice fields, dense coniferous forests and glaciers, Banff is one of the most visited national parks in the world.
Meteor’s impact in Canada took climate change in a new direction
This cooling period, called the Younger Dryas, was originally attributed to a sudden shutdown in Northern Atlantic Ocean currents.
Geese-scaring drone keeps Canadian beach clean
Officials hope the aircraft will help prevent unsafe E. coli counts, which have caused beach closures in the past.
Scientists used computer models to predict how the glaciers would respond to future climate change, and the results were not reassuring.
The U.S.-backed proposal was opposed by Canada, which is home to two-thirds of the world’s polar bears.