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Rare 'frost flowers' form on B.C. lake
While these bizarre “frost flowers” may seem like something sprung from the imaginations of the creators of Disney’s “Frozen,” they’re actually a real – if very rare – phenomenon.
Why is the Canadian Wheat Board opposed to a farmer-led bid'
As the Canadian Wheat Board fast-tracks a search for new capital, it's rejected a bid from Farmers of North America, a group of Canadian farmer-investors. What the board really wants is a large, international partner to help it compete in an open grains m
100 human brains go missing at Texas university
The University of Texas at Austin has lost about 100 brains stored in jars of formaldehyde, possibly including that of the man who killed and wounded dozens in a campus shooting spree nearly 50 years ago, school officials and media said on Tuesday.
CBC ignored harassment claims against star host
Read 'Jian Ghomeshi scandal: Former 'Q' producer claims CBC ignored harassment claims against star host' from our blog Daily Brew on Yahoo News Canada. New information about allegations facing former radio host Jian Ghomeshi have called into scrutiny the
HIV evolving 'into milder form'
HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious as it spends more time infecting people, according to a major scientific study.
RCMP pilots fudged weights on rule-breaking flights
RCMP pilots flew planes loaded with too many passengers and too much baggage, and fudged the records, the public-sector watchdog says in a report released today. Public Sector Integrity Commissioner Mario Dion had to fight the government in court to relea
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Teen suspect charged as adult in hammer beating death
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – The violent death of a 32-year-old man beaten to death with a hammer by a group of teens sparked a spontaneous protest where demonstrators blocked traffic at Gravois and Itaska Sunday night in south St. Louis.
First Nation sets up mining rules for territory | Globalnews.ca
A group of First Nations from Williams Lake, B.C., has created a detailed mining policy that will apply to existing, proposed and future projects in its territory.
So now in BC Natives can tax white people for living on their land, ie Nisga'a, and now th
Admin, student confirm fake Facebook hack
A University of Chicago student has admitted to posting a racially charged Facebook status which they had previously claimed was a hack by the UChicago Electronic Army (UEA).
Canadian Wheat Board prepares for corporate takeover
Farmers and Canadian taxpayers will soon be completely free of the CWB assets, but not with a conventional sale. A private-sector investor will assume control without reimbursing the federal treasury for assets Canadians helped finance.
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