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2014/07/24 07:52
2014/07/24 07:52
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Having written orchestral works that contemplate the essence of rivers and oceans, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams is heading toward the source of it all, with an hour-long piece so...
2014/07/24 07:52
2014/07/24 07:52
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2014/07/24 00:39
2014/07/24 00:39
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Four sheriffs had to restrain a man in Halifax provincial court Wednesday after he lunged in the direction of two people accused in the death of Loretta Saunders. The scuffle broke out shortly after...
2014/07/23 20:29
2014/07/23 20:29
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Saunders’ body was found in a wooded area off the Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick. The Labrador Inuit woman, 26, was a student at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax who focused her studies on...
2014/07/23 15:09
2014/07/23 15:09
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Nineteenth-century Britain was fascinated by the strange and the exotic. Human zoos, which displayed people from far-flung corners of the globe in a “natural” or “primitive” state, became a popular...
2014/07/23 00:39
2014/07/23 00:39
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Greenpeace and the Inuit have joined forces to protest Arctic seismic testing, warning that plans to gauge oil and gas reserves with high-intensity sound waves in Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait pose...
2014/07/22 16:39
2014/07/22 16:39
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Duane Smith has witnessed a significant shift in the relationship between the indigenous people of the Arctic and the governments of northern countries over the dozen years he has been President of...
2014/07/21 23:54
2014/07/21 23:54
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The Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at UC Davis has received a $400,000 award from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that will support innovative performances in classical music, residencies by...
2014/07/21 20:07
2014/07/21 20:07
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INUVIK, - Hundreds of Inuit from across the circumpolar world are meeting in Inuvik to discuss a unified front on everything from wildlife management to economic development. Duane Smith, who leads a...
2014/07/21 13:31
2014/07/21 13:31
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Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result:...
2014/07/21 08:21
2014/07/21 08:21
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Get ready to explore the Northwest passage with Crystal Cruises. Crystal Cruises is introducing a new expedition-style voyage traversing the Arctic Ocean via the legendary Northwest Passage, the...
2014/07/21 02:39
2014/07/21 02:39
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Gonzalo Alvarez was not sure what to expect the night he formally kicked off his research project in Iqaluit. How many people, he wondered, would turn up at a community feast about tuberculosis? As...
2014/07/20 22:17
2014/07/20 22:17
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Surrounded by stories of madness and cannibalism, the disappearance of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror has become one of the biggest mysteries in maritime history. With 128 crew on board, the two Royal...
2014/07/20 07:34
2014/07/20 07:34
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Marie McInerney reports: The use of antiretroviral therapies for prevention as well as treatment for HIV and AIDS should not be seen as a “silver bullet” and could actually widen the gap in health...
2014/07/19 10:19
2014/07/19 10:19
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The University of Michigan Museum of Art’s “Changing Hands: Art without Reservation 3” is a soulful indigenous art celebration nestled in an exuberant paradoxical pun. As the exhibit’s subtitle tells...
2014/07/18 22:17
2014/07/18 22:17
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I heard Howard Norman describe his creative process when he spoke at Dutton’s Brentwood Bookstore (now defunct) in 1998. Here’s how I wrote about that discussion in Writing in Flow: Howard Norman,...
2014/07/18 17:14
2014/07/18 17:14
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Coun. Russell Graff recently travelled to Shikaoi, Japan, and has returned with newfound knowledge of a culture that is both different than and similar to ours, and an increased respect for the...
2014/07/18 11:24
2014/07/18 11:24
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I was sitting chatting and snacking with some rather fresh-faced, clean-living-looking academic types in a room at the Royal Society of Arts . . . Why? Because that’s the sort of thing we London media...
2014/07/17 13:21
2014/07/17 13:21
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I was wrong - we should be feasting on FAT, says The Fast Diet author DR MICHAEL MOSLEY Dr Mosley used to believe all saturated fats were bad for us So he ditched beef, full fat milk and...
2014/07/16 08:17
2014/07/16 08:17
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Ketogenic diets, which are low in carbohydrate and protein while high in fat have been used to treat epilepsy for a hundred years. Since anti-seizure medicines are clearly useful for bipolar disorder...
2014/07/15 11:04
2014/07/15 11:04
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FRESHLY clubbed seals are not on the menu at the new Paleo cafes springing up around Australia. Nor is whale blubber combined deliciously with avocado and kale in a dairy-free sauce. It turns out...
2014/07/24 07:52
2014/07/24 07:52
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