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The Raptors steal the Warriors’ identity – and Kawhi Leonard takes his place as a Canadian sports hero

In the News   |   June 14, 2019

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After miserably losing the second of four straight to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers a bit more than a year ago, Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri was standing in his office looking out over... read more

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Whales, dolphins can no longer be bred or kept in captivity after House of Commons bill passes

In the News   |   June 11, 2019

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Whales and dolphins can no longer be bred or kept in captivity under new legislation that was passed in the House of Commons Monday. The legislation, dubbed the “Free Willy” bill by its proponents, marks... read more

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Scientists say they discovered world’s oldest fungus fossil in Canadian Arctic

In the News   |   May 23, 2019

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For thousands of years, the steep-walled canyons of Tuktut Nogait National Park in the Northwest Territories have formed a spectacular backdrop for caribou, muskox and other Arctic species. Now, a team of Canadian and European... read more

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AI=agricultural intelligence

Cartoons   |   May 22, 2019

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Many experts believe that robots working farms are the future of agriculture and will bring efficiencies and an end to some of the most back-breaking jobs.

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Barbara Sherwood Lollar, diviner of ancient water, wins top Canadian science prize

In the News   |   May 6, 2019

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It was a telltale smell that led Barbara Sherwood Lollar to the discovery of a lifetime. “Not skunky, but musty,” said the University of Toronto geochemist, describing the sulphur-tinged aroma she perceived wafting through a... read more

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This is what a black hole looks like: Researchers photograph an abyss larger than our solar system

Articles of Interest   |   April 11, 2019

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From a distant galaxy, researchers capture evidence of a cosmic phenomenon that physics has only hinted at for decades. As an idea, black holes have been with us for more than a century. By degrees... read more

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Former G-G Adrienne Clarkson seeks to salvage CWHL after women’s league says it will cease operations

In the News   |   April 1, 2019

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Former Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson says she is stepping in to attempt to resurrect the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, which said on Sunday it would cease operations in a month. “I am certainly tomorrow going to... read more

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Audacious Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu sending shock waves through world of women’s tennis

In the News   |   March 18, 2019

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Heading into the quarter-finals at Indian Wells, Calif., last week, there was a sense that Bianca Andreescu had already left her mark at the tournament. The Canadian teenager, a wild-card entry into the BNP Paribas... read more

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Toronto researchers discover how immune cells use neurochemicals to fight infection

In the News   |   February 12, 2019

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For almost a decade, scientists have wondered why blood cells that are crucial to the body’s defences against infection also produce a molecule that is better known for its role in conducting signals within the... read more

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The new Canada’s Food Guide explained: Goodbye four food groups and serving sizes, hello hydration

Articles of Interest   |   January 22, 2019

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Health Canada’s updated manual for healthy eating offers fewer hard-and-fast rules and broader advice about how to live better. Here are some of the highlights. The federal government has dramatically overhauled its iconic Canada’s Food Guide, introducing... read more

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Canadians reading fewer domestic books, report shows

In the News   |   December 13, 2018

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English Canadians are buying and reading fewer Canadian books, according to a new report. It warns the domestic publishing industry is losing out to the marketing muscle of foreign firms and being left behind by... read more

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CSIS director warns of state-sponsored espionage threat to 5G networks

In the News   |   December 5, 2018

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Canada’s top spy used his first public speech to warn of increasing state-sponsored espionage through technology such as next-generation 5G mobile networks. Canadian Security Intelligence Service director David Vigneault’s comments come as three of the... read more

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Touchdown on Mars: InSight probe completes historic landing

In the News   |   November 27, 2018

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NASA’s Mars InSight probe has landed at what appears to be a beautifully boring location – a fortunate outcome that should expedite the mission’s primary aim of exploring the planet’s interior with seismic and other... read more

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Nations gather to weigh the meaning of a kilogram

In the News   |   November 15, 2018

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If things go as planned, by the end of this week, the world will have a new definition of the kilogram. The change will not require any adjustments to bathroom scales, or alter the heft... read more

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Canada may supply AI robotic arm for Lunar Gateway, proposed moon-orbiting space station

In the News   |   October 23, 2018

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The stars are aligning for Canada to supply a robotic arm with AI capabilities on a space station destined to orbit the moon − but only if Ottawa moves quickly to join the U.S.-led venture... read more

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