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Scientific evidence of mythical great flood found in China
Legend says that China's first dynasty, the Xia, began after the sage King Yu tamed the waters of a massive flood that swept away villages and overran mountains. Now, for the first time, scientists have found archeological evidence that the flood may actu
Power out in most of northwestern B.C.
Lightning has left most of northwestern B.C. without power this afternoon. BC Hydro says 50,000 customers from Vanderhoof to Prince Rupert are without electricity due to a transmission failure caused by lightning.
Loss of Canadian Wheat Board behind Churchill failure
The closure of the Port of Churchill and the fate of Manitoba’s northern rail line is not an accident due to economic circumstance: it was the inevitable result of eliminating the single-desk monopoly of the Canadian Wheat Board.
Armed mugger killed in gun drama near Olympics
A would-be motorcycle robber had his gun turned on him after he smashed a Russian diplomat's car window only for his victim to seize the weapon and kill him as Olympic athletes passed by.
Sprite advert is being called out for slut-shaming
An new ad campaign for Sprite has raised more than a few eyebrows this week.
The new advert, running with the tagline, '#BrutallyRefreshing', has appeared on billboards in Ireland and on Irish websites.
It features such witty and definitely not sexi
Scientists announce liquid metal breakthrough
The shape-shifting Terminator T-1000 robot which appeared in the 1990s film franchise could become a reality after a breakthrough in liquid-metal technology, scientists have claimed.
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