Melinda Blauvelt spent three years visiting a family in Brantville, Canada, capturing magical childhood games – and fluffy white rabbits Continue reading...
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His book about a blaze so hot it vaporised concrete and turned a Canadian city to ash has just won the Baillie Gifford prize. John Vaillant explains why the world we think we live in no longer existsOn the afternoon of 3 May 2016, firefighters spotted ...
Pens, pencils and a facility with numbers. Also helpful: earplugs, plushies, a water bottle, calming herbal oil and the occasional “wild bifurcation” (a.k.a. a wild guess).
After cautioning about environmental damage on TV for decades, David Suzuki, 87, one of Canada’s most famous scientists, felt a sense of defeat as he watched forests burn and temperatures soar this summer.
Cord Jefferson’s story of a novelist (Jeffrey Wright) grappling with the publishing industry’s expectations of black writers is now practically guaranteed serious Oscar considerationAmerican Fiction, the literary satire starring Jeffrey Wright as a nov...
The research shows that the first atomic bomb explosion’s effects had been underestimated, and could help more “downwinders” press for federal compensation.
Environmental concerns are raised anew about potential contamination from Canadian open-pit mines flowing through the waterways into Montana’s lakes, harming fish.
More than a century after a mass bison slaughter, the animals are restoring Great Plains ecosystems and reinvigorating Indigenous customs like the sun dance.
New Yorkers, already alarmed about smoky skies, have been complaining about swarms of insects that appear to be aphids.
The twin threats have sickened people across the continent with little relief in sight.