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Jose Bautista, Blue Jays dump Cubs again
Jose Bautista drove in four runs and starter Mark Buehrle worked seven innings as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Chicago Cubs, 9-2 on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.
Nude man bites police dog after wild car chase
A man who tangled with a police dog in Prince Albert following a wild car chase is facing a number of charges, including animal cruelty. Police say he was nude at the time of the encounter.
Record Greenhouse Gas Levels Impact Atmosphere and Oceans
The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a new record high in 2013, propelled by a surge in levels of carbon dioxide. This is according to the World Meteorological Organization’s annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin, which injected even greater
This bottle of scotch will only set you back $19,888
Anyone who likes scotch whiskey, and is willing to pay $19,888 for a single bottle, will get the chance Tuesday to purchase a 60-year-old Glenfarclas premium single malt. There are only 360 bottles available worldwide and the B.C. Liquor Stores is the fir
Calgary: Here's what summer snow looks like
The calendar says its summer but the weather outside is frightful. A hot, sunny weekend dissolved overnight into rain and wet snow throughout the city, with temperatures around 0 degrees Celsius.
Canada's War on Science Brings Us International Shame
Canada's so-called "War on Science" has made international headlines, especially after deep funding cuts led to the closure of some of Canada's most important research centres. A push to prioritize economic gains over basic research is endangering science
An Energy Boom Lifts the Heartland
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Waist-high weeds and a crumbling old Chevy mark the entrance to a rust-colored factory complex on the edge of town here, seemingly another monument to the passing of the golden age of American industry.
But deep inside the 14-acre si
Canada enables the sickness of the reserves
Pundits have spilled barrels of ink and politicians have spewed torrents of words on murdered and missing aboriginal women. None have addressed the root cause, which is too uncomfortable. The simple, horrible truth is that the rest of us, the 98 per cent
Consensual non-monogamy a way of life for Edmonton polyamorists
An unusual Edmonton group is seeking to raise awareness about their unique formula for blissful romance. Polyamory Edmonton is a group of people that practise consensual, non-monogamous relationships. They are in the process of becoming a non-profit organ
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