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Canadian Rangers test new 'top-tier weapon'
The Canadian Rangers, the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve in isolated areas, are now testing the new weapons that will replace their Lee-Enfield rifles, used since the group's inception in 1947.
Climate change is killing off bumblebees: study
Bumblebees can't move north to cope with warmer temperatures, and climate change is wiping them out in many areas where they lived several decades ago, a Canadian-led study suggests.
The study looked at where 67 bumblebee species were found in North Am
New farm worker safety laws not welcome by all
Injured farm workers are encouraged the new agriculture minister wants to include them in workplace safety legislation, but some ranchers are worried government interference would hurt their operations.
"We have rules and regulations on how to maintain
Man found dead in Hamilton was attacked by dog
A man in his thirties has been found dead near downtown Hamilton after he was attacked by a dog Wednesday night, police say.
The attack happened at 11:15 p.m. ET, when two men were walking a dog along Burton Street in central Hamilton, they say.
B.C. man allegedly helped Chinese hack U.S. military secrets
VANCOUVER — U.S. investigators are seeking to get access to information on computers seized at the B.C. home of a Chinese man accused of cyberspying on U.S. military secrets because RCMP lack the resources to do the job, a judge was told Wednesday.
Catastrophic Chinese floods triggered by air pollution
What atmospheric scientist Jiwen Fan saw on her television in July 2013 appalled her. The worst flooding to hit China in 50 years was happening in Sichuan province, in the same place that had been devastated by a massive earthquake just 5 years earlier. O
Stats Can: Incomes stagnant from 2012 to 2013
New data from Statistics Canada show incomes were virtually unchanged in 2013, as senior families and families with children took home less and Canadians living alone taking home more.
The median after-tax income for all people measured was $53,500, ju
Nearly 9% of Americans are angry, impulsive
The new research also indicates that the 310 million firearms estimated to be in private hands in the United States are disproportionately owned by people who are prone to angry, impulsive behavior and have a potentially dangerous habit of keeping their g
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