ANALYSIS | Terence Dickinson dies: We’ve lost one of Canada’s most illustrious sets of eyes on the skies | CBC Radio

Canada lost one of its best this week. Terence Dickinson — astronomer, author, lecturer and prominent advocate of all things astronomical — passed away on February 1 at the age of 79. … Read More

Blinken cancels Beijing trip, as U.S. rejects China’s ‘spy balloon’ denials | CBC News

A huge, high-altitude Chinese balloon sailed across the U.S. on Friday, drawing severe Pentagon accusations of spying despite China’s firm denials. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken abruptly cancelled a … Read More

Archaeology is rooted in racism and colonialism, say scientists. Here’s how we rewrite ‘everyone’s history’ | CBC Documentaries

Niagara Falls has long been a tourist destination, with its rushing rapids and breathtaking waterfalls. For centuries people have been drawn to the natural spectacle of water cascading to the … Read More

OPINION | Regulating artificial intelligence: Things are about to get a lot more interesting | CBC News

This column is an opinion by Jonah Prousky, a management consultant based in Toronto, focusing on data, analytics and artificial intelligence. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. On May … Read More

Bird flu keeps spreading beyond birds. Scientists worry it signals a growing threat to humans, too | CBC News

As a deadly form of avian influenza continues ravaging bird populations around much of the world, scientists are tracking infections among other animals — including various types of mammals more closely … Read More