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Regular eye exams can detect glaucoma, 'silent th...
TORONTO - It turns out those ubiquitous tinted glasses worn by Bono aren't just glam rock-star posturing, but a way of dealing with light sensitivity resulting from glaucoma � a condition the U2...
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Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto
The 'great indigenous divide': Winnipeg stares in...
On 1 July 2014 – Canada Day – a 15-year-old Anishinaabe girl named Tina Fontaine left Sagkeeng First Nation to visit her estranged mother in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Five weeks later, on 8 August,...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
15 things to do today, Oct. 21, in Boulder County
... Dog" by Dr. Jean Hofve guides readers through an assessment of their dogs' diets and helps them find the right balance of healthy ingredients. In addition to recipes and nutritional info, the...
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Polar Bears Shut Down Halloween in Northern Canad...
Frightening others has always been a big part of trick-or-treating tradition. But when it comes to polar bears, the fear is a bit too real for the small
hamlet of Arviat in Canada's northernmost...
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Polar Bears International
‘M is for Monster’ great for bigger kids, adults
Dark falls much earlier these days; there are more shadows and more things hiding in corners, beneath and behind. More beasts to scare you. More creatures to catch you. You can probably name a few...
Read more at Minot Daily News
Monique Bowley: Here’s how New York is catching o...
AS REGULAR readers will attest I have my finger on the pulse. Not literally, of course, I need all 10 fingers to type this out. But if we’re talking about cool hunting, consider me an
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Destroy the trees, kill the root hairs
Remember Dr. Don Huber? He's the microbiologist who says Monsanto's herbicide, glyphosate (Round-Up) does more than kill weeds by reducing their ability to absorb nutrients. It nukes the same...
Read more at Maple Ridge News
Ottawa auctioned masks, gowns as Ebola outbreak r...
Ottawa continued to auction off stockpiled medical supplies to the public, even after the World Health Organization requested the protective gear amid an Ebola outbreak raging in West Africa. Sales...
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Stephin Merritt: “What I had in my head was ‘Lizz...
Stephin Merritt is one obsessively good Words With Friends player. That might have something to do with having just written a new book of poems for each of the 101 two-letter words that allow Scrabble...
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Public health organization calls for inquiry into...
OTTAWA - The Canadian Public Health Association is joining a growing chorus of calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women. In a statement to be released publicly on...
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World Health Organization
Cruise the Northwest Passage on Akademik Ioffe wi...
WE’RE crowded on the bridge, at least 20 of us, peering out to the horizon with powerful binoculars and telephoto lenses. Surely we’ll see something soon. Polar bears, whales, countless seabirds and...
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It's Officially Panic Time for Will Muschamp
After needing triple overtime to beat Kentucky, getting outgained by 445 yards at Alabama, barely edging past Tennessee and losing to LSU this season, he was on the really hot seat. But after losing...
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At McMaster, scientists to experiment with busine...
The Globe’s biweekly business-school news roundup. The ability to work with others, develop business opportunities and demonstrate management and leadership are “critical skills” for Canada’s...
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Simon Fraser University
THE RIGHT TO BE A RIVER� Water conservationists talk sometimes about the way western rivers, like the Colorado River, were divided up — a piece to this farm, and a chunk to that city. But no one...
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Shark's Tooth in Greenland by fair means, the rep...
Shark's Tooth in Greenland by fair means, the report by Matteo Della Bordella 16.10.2014 by Matteo Della BordellaThe report by Matteo Della Bordella about the first ascent of The Great Shark Hunt...
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NASA image of the sun looks like jack-o-lantern f...
This NASA image of the sun captured Oct. 8, 2014, looks like a jack-o-lantern face. (NASA/GSPC/SDO) The sun as imaged by the Solar Dynamics Observatory on Oct. 8, 2014, in extremeultraviolet light....
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Are our schools failing aboriginal students?
It is not with fondness that Garry Ewen looks back on his education in the public system. It was 13 years of underlying racism, classroom struggles, and feeling culturally muted every time he walked...
Read more at The Chilliwack Progress
Jamieson receives award
Six Nations resident and former provincial ombudsman Roberta Jamieson has been honoured by the Council of Ontario Universities. Jamieson received the David C. Smith Award for her significant...
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What makes a good hero?
Hero: a fanatic who succeeds. It’s been an exciting year for hero worship in Canada. We finally found the remains of one of the two ships from the Franklin Expedition, a British initiative that,...
Read more at Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Reinstated Native American Studies course incorpo...
Native American Studies 032: Native American Music and Dance, a lower-division class, will be entirely revamped next quarter. The class, which focuses on music and dance, aims to introduce...
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