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2015/04/17 21:38
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TORONTO — It was shadowed and covered in kelp, but divers shone some light on the wreck of the Franklin Expedition's HMS Erebus Thursday during a live tour from under the Arctic sea. In a video...
2015/04/17 21:38
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2015/04/17 20:24
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TORONTO—A live Arctic dive to a piece of Canadian history that lies beneath the ice in Nunavut’s Queen Maud Gulf was on exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum yesterday. A release from Parks Canada says...
2015/04/17 20:13
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The name may sound familiar: Gayle Gibson. The well-loved Egyptologist with Royal Ontario Museum was of course the woman who identified that peculiar Egyptian mummy in the old Niagara Museum back in...
2015/04/17 18:39
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Ahmed Abbi, an apprentice with the Carpenters Union Local 27, is seen at their training centre in Vaughan, Ont., Wednesday, March 4, 2015. (Photos by Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail) Earlier this...
2015/04/17 17:43
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For all his interactions with Canadian business leaders and investors in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver to pitch investment in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s most powerful message to them was...
2015/04/17 16:42
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... people have experienced a time in their lives when they aren't performing up to their potential. They take a test or have a performance review at work, but something holds them back," says lead...
2015/04/17 15:08
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Scraped from the gums, teeth and tongue in the form of plaque, the researchers behind Canada's first plaque bank are betting that the bacterial content of plaque will open up a new frontier of...
2015/04/17 13:39
2015/04/17 13:39
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PARIS -- To survive, startups must surmount challenges like product development, funding negotiations and cash flow. GitHub CEO Chris Wanstrath can add a very different challenge to his list: a...
2015/04/17 05:55
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When then paramount leader of China Deng Xiaoping launched wide-ranging economic reforms in the late 1970s, he also gave a warning that has been heeded by his the country’s leaders ever since. Once...
2015/04/17 04:39
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The Mommy Wars are alive and well, still pitting the June Cleaver stereotype against professional mothers like Mad Men’s Joan Holloway. Most recently, Huffington Post blogger Lydia Lovric caused a...
2015/04/16 23:38
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College goers build 3-wheeled car that gives staggering 3,421 mpg average College going students have invented a 3 wheeled car, which gives an astounding 3,421 mpg average. The winning carbon fiber...
2015/04/16 21:58
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TORONTO � The Franklin expedition came alive Thursday afternoon from the floor of the Arctic Ocean to the second floor of the Royal Ontario Museum. A group of Grade 7 students from University of...
2015/04/16 21:07
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TORONTO - A ruling from the country's top court halting the practice of prayers at municipal council meetings in a Quebec community will likely have rippling effects that reach far beyond that...
2015/04/16 17:33
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As leisurely drive season kicks into gear, why not explore a historic route flowing through our city? As the frigid winter of 2015 gives way to spring, the thoughts of some Torontonians turn to long...
2015/04/16 17:13
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Current occupation: Candidate for Ward 4 councillor. Previous occupations include political aide and carpenter. Do you live in the ward? I was born and raised in Mississauga and currently reside...
2015/04/16 14:42
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Behavioural disorder more common in sexually abused kids Adults who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to report sexual and physical abused before they turned 16...
2015/04/16 12:29
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There is good news in the agenda for the Third International Financing for Development Conference to be held in Addis Ababa on 13-16th July. For the first time, domestic resource mobilisation is more...
2015/04/16 12:05
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Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich raised a few eyebrows at ChefCon earlier this month, when he aired the possibility of Windows becoming an open source program. Sure, Microsoft's attitude...
2015/04/16 09:29
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A stunning breakthrough has been achieved with 3D printing, that will help amputees in Uganda and potentially across the developing world. A new method of creating prosthetic limb sockets has enabled...
2015/04/16 09:17
2015/04/16 09:17
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Imagine having your MRI results sent directly to your phone, with no concern over the security of your private health data. Or knowing your financial information was safe on a server halfway around...
2015/04/17 21:38
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