The Vancouver Island-based photographer and co-founder of SeaLegacy opens her bag before heading to her native Mexico to film an episode of National Geographic’s One Strange Rock. 1. CAMERA HOUSING This impermeable Nauticam case is essential for shooting underwater, and the dome port lets me take split shots that simultaneously capture...
PositiveThe Apr–Jun 2019 issue of Positive News magazine highlights a global movement of people taking repair into their own hands It feels great not to waste things, doesn’t it? As someone with a passion for composting, I’ve always loved the satisfying feeling of giving something back. But when it comes...
nypost.com HANGZHOU, China – A Chinese startup that develops augmented-reality products for use in manufacturing and gaming has found a promising growth area in the midst of a global pandemic – wearable glasses that measure temperatures on the move. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak in late 2019, Hangzhou-based startup...
nypost.com We’ve all seen the movie Avatar — it’s one of the finest pieces of cinematic art ever to grace the silver screen and nobody debates this — and if there’s one thing you’ll remember about the fantastical world of Pandora it’s the gorgeous glowing plants. Plants on Earth...
torontosun.com Alleged rock-thrower Kola Alex Ogunkoya, who was busted Monday after a video circulated of a man attacking a Toronto police officer, has a history of violent clashes with police and the public, sources told the Toronto Sun.On Monday, a  27-year-old downtown resident confronted a man rifling through his...
sky.com Boris Johnson is preparing important changes to the coronavirus lockdown rules, including amending the "stay at home" slogan and relaxing the one-exercise-a day limit. On the day the second three-week period of restrictions comes to an end, the prime minister will chair a crucial meeting of his cabinet and...
torontosun.com The Amalgamated Transit Union wants the the TTC to make it mandatory for passengers to wear masks onboard buses, streetcars and subways.Carlos Santos, the president of the Local 113 branch of the ATU, said Friday drivers fear overcrowding on TTC vehicles as the province prepares for businesses to...
A range of household appliances and foods will be cheaper and consumers offered more choice, ministers say, under a new trade regime set to begin in January. Britain will scrap all levies on £30bn of imports when formally leaving EU rules at the end of the year, it was announced...