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As It Happens - Why this woman left a career in architecture to catalogue bird feathers - Instead of designing buildings, Esha Munshi puts her aesthetic skills to use by collecting, photographing, measuring and cataloguing the wings and feathers of India's more than 1,300 bird species. Sheena Goodyear - Radio - As It Happens - | 3 hours ago - |

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Leamington, Ont., farmers crack the mystery of the giant egg - Canada - Windsor - | January 26 - |

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COVID-19 misinformation cost at least 2,800 lives and $300M, new report says - Darren Major - Politics - | January 26

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CBC Explains - A deadly, unstoppable fungus is likely to decimate Alberta's bat population. Here's what we know - Trevor Howlett - Canada - Edmonton - | January 26 - |

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CBC Explains - Monarch butterfly numbers plummet despite recovery last winter, but 1 year never tells the whole story - The number of monarchs that have survived the migration to Mexico is estimated to have fallen to near-record lows this winter. But experts say these numbers don't mean much on their own, as reporting on year-to-year changes doesn't give an accurate representation of the health of the population. Darius Mahdavi - Canada - Thunder Bay - | January 26

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Video - Can we ferment our way to more food security? Historically, fermentation was used to extend the shelf life of food. Now, it's being harnessed to produce more nutritious food, in a more environmentally friendly way. Delaney Seiferling - Canada - Saskatoon - | January 26 - |

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An asteroid will whip by Earth tonight in one of closest approaches ever recorded - An asteroid the size of a delivery truck will whip past Earth on Thursday night, one of the closest such encounters ever recorded. World - | January 26

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Salmon farms not 'solely' to blame for growing B.C. sea lice infestations, claims DFO study -- Jon Hernandez -- Canada -- - -- British Columbia -- |

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FEATURE -- Caribou summit asks a burning question: What's the future of the Porcupine herd? -- Meaghan Brackenbury -- Canada -- - -- North

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Air pollution is changing how our brain functions, researchers at UBC, UVic find -- Arrthy Thayaparan -- Canada -- - -- British Columbia -- |

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Man jailed, fined for using sledgehammer to dig up dinosaur fossils in B.C. -- Canada -- - -- British Columbia -- |

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Manitoba Tyndall Stone gets global heritage designation for 'broad significance to humanity' -- Darren Bernhardt -- Canada -- - -- Manitoba -- |

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Researchers call on British Columbians to share what they know about the risk from volcanoes -- Canada -- - -- British Columbia -- |

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UBC lab develops new, portable drug-checking device ahead of limited decriminalization -- Negin Nia -- Canada -- - -- British Columbia

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Birders in a flap after rare gray-crowned rosy finch spotted in Nova Scotia -- Vernon Ramesar -- Canada -- - -- Nova Scotia -- |

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Endangered plant found only in N.W.T. 'doing nicely' according to recent survey -- Liny Lamberink -- Canada -- - -- North

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Hangover headaches are the least of your worries. Scientists say drinking can be hard on the brain -- Lauren Pelley -- Health -- |

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As It Happens - These ancient crocodile mummies are so well-preserved, they almost look alive - Sheena Goodyear - Radio - As It Happens - | January 23 - |

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8 FACTS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT EUGENICS -- Radio -- - -- Ideas

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Remote Labrador location potential training ground for astronauts -- Hina Alam -- Canada -- - -- Nfld. & Labrador

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How this city deals with obnoxiously loud cars - Science - | January 23 - |

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The wrong news about North Atlantic right whales: How human noise affects the animals -- Andie Bulman -- Canada -- - -- Nfld. & Labrador -- |

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2.8-magnitude earthquake was 'lightly felt' in Sudbury, Earthquakes Canada says -- Canada -- - -- Sudbury -- |

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In a world of 'good vibes only,' this author wants you to strive for emotional honesty -- Jason Vermes -- Radio -- - -- The Sunday Magazine -- |

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Spacewalk next step in Nicole Mann's journey as 1st Native American woman in space - Science - | January 23

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'That is super cool!': N.W.T. man can't believe what he's filming — a wolf pack in the wild -- Canada -- - -- North

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Ancient sea creature sported a big fork on its head to toss away the competition, study suggests -- Olsy Sorokina -- Radio -- - -- Quirks & Quarks

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Analysis -- Dirty old mines could be a source of clean new energy -- Bob McDonald -- Radio -- - -- Quirks & Quarks

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