Mar 09 2018
Team Canada is sending 55 athletes to the Paralympics. It’s our biggest team ever. Between March 9 and 18, they’ll compete in PyeongChang, South Korea together with over 500 other athletes from 48 nations.
There are six Paralympic sports. Hockey and curling. Snowboard...
Mar 02 2018
Black Panther is setting box office records. The new superhero on the Marvel block may be the coolest yet.
Avengers fans first met Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War. Now he’s the star of his own movie.
A black superhero in a starring role? That’s a first.
Feb 23 2018
Katimavik is back! Hurray!
Katimavik is an Inuktitut word. It means “meeting place.” It’s also a Canadian service program. The program is aimed at people 18 to 25. Over the past 40 years, 35,000 youth have participated. They’ve helped 1000 communities.
The program has...
Feb 16 2018
On February 6, Cape Canaveral in Florida held a very special event. SpaceX was test launching the world’s biggest, most powerful rocket. Over 100,000 people came to watch.
For eight years, SpaceX has used the Falcon 9 rocket to send up satellites and take cargo to the...
Feb 09 2018
There are at least 60 Indigenous languages used across Canada. They belong to 12 major language families. Most are older than English and French.
They all share one common factor. They are in danger of dying.
One of those languages is Nak’azdli. Only a handful of...
Feb 02 2018
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…a flying eye hospital?
The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital looks like a plane. It flies like a plane. But inside is a fully-equipped hospital.
The plane flies a team of eye specialists to developing countries. They help...
Jan 26 2018
Excitement is building for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Before the first skate hits the ice, Team Canada will march into the opening ceremony behind the Maple Leaf.
For the first time ever, not one – but two – Olympians will carry it.
Their names? Tessa Virtue and Scott...
Jan 19 2018
Do you know what a hijab is? It’s a headscarf, worn by some Muslim girls and women. A hijab covers the hair, neck, and chest. It’s often just a square of fabric, pinned in place.
Hijabi athletes don’t remove their headscarf to play sports. So a Winnipeg high school has...
Jan 12 2018
It was the first day of 2018, bright and early. The temperature in Nova Scotia was a chilly -20° Celsius.
A man walking his dog on Rainbow Haven Beach reported a pilot whale, washed up on the sand. It was still alive!
The call came in to MARS, the Marine Animal...
Jan 05 2018
The 2018 Winter Games are on the way!
The Winter Olympics and Paralympics are held every four years. This time, they’ll be held in PyeongChang, South Korea.
The Olympics come first, from February 9 to 25. Almost 3000 athletes will bring the best of ice and snow sports...
Dec 15 2017
Who’s the newest star of the animal kingdom? It’s the African giant pouched rat, better known as the HeroRAT.
Giant (gulp!) rats?
They’re only the size of a cat. But these rodents do big work. They save people from two major killers.
Their first job is finding hidden...
Dec 08 2017
Quick! What’s wild and shaggy and lives in the Himalayas?
Did you guess the yeti? Legends say this man-beast hides out in the mountains between Tibet and Nepal. Folks claim they’ve seen one or spotted its tracks. Some have even snapped pictures.
But are yetis real?