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Detailed images of WW2 wrecks off England captured by submarine
An unmanned submarine has recorded some of the most detailed images of two American ships that sank off the coast of England during World War II, according to the Massachusetts company that surveyed the wreckage to mark the disaster's 70th anniversary.
Canadiens sweep Lightning
The Montreal Canadiens swept their way into the second round of the NHL playoffs, but not before the Tampa Bay Lightning made it interesting.
Canada's middle class richest in study of big nations
Canada’s middle class appears to be the richest in a new study of incomes in several big countries.
The in-depth report published today in The New York Times, which looks at about 20 nations, indicates that Canadians have bumped Americans out of the to
Earth Day: Is sewage sludge safe for farm fields'
The use of treated sewage sludge on agricultural land is a well-established if sometimes controversial practice. Researchers are now delving more deeply into biosolids, looking to find any potential contaminants.
Blinded by scientific gobbledygook
I have just written the world’s worst science research paper: More than incompetent, it’s a mess of plagiarism and meaningless garble. Now science publishers around the world are clamouring to publish it. They will distribute it globally and pretend it is
U.S. to delay Keystone XL decision
The U.S. State Department said Friday it was extending the government comment period on the Keystone XL pipeline, likely postponing a final decision on the controversial project until after the Nov. 4 midterm elections.
It's Final -- Corn Ethanol Is Of No Use
Can we stop pretending biofuel from corn is helping the planet and the environment? The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report reversing its previous support of biofuels, stating, “Increasing bioenergy crop cultivat
Teen runaway survives flight in plane's wheel well
A 16-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii, surviving the trip halfway across the Pacific Ocean unharmed despite frigid temperatures at 11,500 metres and a lack of oxygen, FBI and airline officials said.
Economists say Canada could support three more NHL teams
Hamiltonians have heard this one before. Monday, the Conference Board of Canada reported that in addition to Canada's seven existing NHL teams, Quebec City and Hamilton, appear to meet minimum requirements to become home to franchises in the near future.
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