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Michael Sona is the only person charged in the 2011 robocalls scandal. Both Elections Canada and an Ontario judge have indicated there were likely more people involved. A government watchdog is...
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2014/12/18 21:18
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TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National Post is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Coyne to the role of Editor, Editorials and Comment. Mr. Coyne worked for National Post during its launch 1998...
2014/12/18 20:39
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Humans depend increasingly on digital technology to make sense of the world, and now, a kind of biological browser developed by Canadian researchers suggests that we will also rely on it to make sense...
2014/12/18 15:44
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There are masses that have been written about the Massey family of Canadian folklore, but it is the connections to Northumberland County that may intrigue readers. Charlotte Gray's latest book, The...
2014/12/18 10:39
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A law professor named an Ontario judge this week wrote two years ago for a conservative, U.S.-based institute that the legalization of same-sex marriage in Canada has harmed religious freedom and free...
2014/12/17 21:42
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With its high-speed play, razor-sharp skate blades and frequent punch-ups between players, hockey has long been recognised as one of the world’s more dangerous sports. But now its players face a new,...
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Common in Precambrian Shield rocks -- the oldest rocks on Earth -- the ancient waters have a chemistry similar to that found near deep sea vents, suggesting these waters can support microbes living in...
2014/12/17 18:39
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Scientists have discovered that many of the oldest and deepest rock formations on Earth are suffused with water that is rich in chemical energy and could house a vast underground habitat for microbes...
2014/12/17 03:08
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Discovery is another step toward prevention and treatment of 1.6 million Americans with inflammatory bowel disease A new study by an international team of researchers shows for the first time that...
2014/12/17 02:39
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Nipissing University is closing its 12-year-old joint program in teacher education with Wilfrid Laurier University, in a decision that reflects declining interest in a teaching career in Ontario and...
2014/12/17 01:39
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In academia, December is the cruellest month. It’s the time of year when professors, long believed to be persons of substantial leisure, mark hundreds of exams and essays, write course outlines for...
2014/12/16 23:39
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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has enlisted former senior military officers, an ex-fighter pilot and experts working in both Beijing and Berkeley as he seeks to persuade voters he’s got the foreign...
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What's This?This Jan. 15, 2014 file photo shows a Los Angeles Police officer wearing an on-body cameras during a demonstration for media in Los Angeles. Image: Damian Dovarganes/Associated Press Los...
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Marfa, Tex., is a town of just 2,000 but it has a large reputation among minimal artists. (Wikipedia) During the 650-kilometre drive from San Antonio to Marfa, Tex., the question did occur to Barbara...
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Despite a promise from Canada’s restaurant industry to lower sodium levels, many restaurant dishes are saltier than ever, according to a new Canadian study. The researchers say the findings show that...
2014/12/16 17:20
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Trevor Owen has turned the federal Liberal nomination into a two-horse race in Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte. Owen, a Barrie lawyer, has joined former Georgian College president Brian Tamblyn in...
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Last week’s San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium featured new evidence* for a tool that might inform treatment decisions in women with low-grade breast tumors. Since the 1980s, diagnoses of DCIS...
2014/12/16 03:39
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Major changes in government funding are threatening Canada’s robust international standing in health research, with some of the country’s top scientists saying it could drive them away. The Canadian...
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Nearly half of Canadians have suffered inappropriate advances on the job - and the political arena is no exception. Former Deputy Prime Minister Sheila Copps (R) recently said she was sexually...
2014/12/15 16:44
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A new study by cell and systems biologists at the University of Toronto (U of T) investigating stem cells in mice shows, for the first time, an instance of such a relationship between the Sox2 gene...
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