The number of people crossing the US border into Canada illegally, and requesting asylum after they're caught, is rising quickly. The migrants are not held in detention centers like in the US. And Canada often obliges, and lets them stay.
More than 70 years after he killed himself, the Nazi fuhrer has unexpectedly popped up in old family movie collections. Never-before-seen footage of Hitler is "a very rare thing indeed," a documentary expert says.
Now that COP21 has wrapped up and the first ever binding agreement agreed to, the question becomes how do countries actually hit the targets they have set — targets that will need to increase in the coming years? One answer has a broad consensus: carbon pricing.
This waterway also links the Baffin Sea and the Labrador Sea. These waters are downright chilly and mostly covered with sea ice from December on to June. Northern mariners have long known about the fierce tides here.
New York's Metropolitan Opera just ended its first run of a brand new "Ring" cycle. Several years ago, the Met asked visionary playwright and theater director Robert Lepage to produce Wagner's epic four-part "Ring of the Nibelungen."
Massive demonstrations in the Canadian city of Montreal have continued for more than 100 straight days. What began as a student protest against tuition hikes, now embraces many French Canadians, fighting to protect social programs.
Some tropical butterflies have been turning up as far north as Montreal, Quebec. Scientists at Montreal's Botanical Garden say it's a sign of climate change that the Giant Swallowtail's habitat is shifting north due to milder winters.
For our Geo Quiz we're looking for a Canadian city getting a boost from Sandy. The city is known for its protected, deep water harbor on a tributary of the St Lawrence River. Can you name this Canadian city?