Everyone knows that no two snowflakes are alike. But did you know they all began as a six-sided ice crystal?
Mary Anne White does. The Dalhousie University professor is an ice expert.
Gurdeep Pandher has danced his way through the pandemic. He dances in the snow and on icy rivers. Then, he posts the videos on YouTube.
Why? To bring people joy.
What do Canada’s curling teams and NHL goalie Marc-Andre Fleury have in common? They both have gear designed by Patrick Hunter.
Staff at the Montreal Biodôme are hopping with joy. Why? On October 28, a rockhopper penguin chick hatched.
A new muppet is moving to Sesame Street. Ji-Young is the show’s first Asian American muppet. She was created to start conversations about anti-Asian racism.
There’s something strange about the elephants in Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park. Fewer elephants have tusks. And more elephants are females.
In November, world leaders met at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland. The purpose of the two-week conference was to work out how to combat climate change.
Joseph Novak has a chest full of medals. He earned them 76 years ago in the Second World War. On October 20, the 98-year-old veteran added another medal to his collection.
Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu has lots of hobbies. Go-carting. Swimming. Oh, and he plays the piano, too.
When the phone rang at 2 a.m. on October 11, David Card thought it was a prank. But it wasn’t. The long-distance caller from Sweden told the economics professor he’d just won a Nobel Prize.