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Canadian students rank high in problem solving: Take the test
New results, released Tuesday, by the OECDï¿½s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) shows that Canadian 15-year-olds rank seventh in problem solving, the first English-speaking nation behind Asian countries like Singapore, Korea and Japan
First Nations youth's winter challenge goes viral
Actor Lorne Cardinal did it. Chief Shawn Atleo did it. So did the mayor of Vancouver. And it is not for the faint of heart. The polar bear dips and snow-diving captured on videos are part of the “Winter Challenge" -- and it's taking off across Canada.
Clocks spring forward Sunday for daylight saving time
Most Canadians will be moving their clocks forward an hour on Sunday for the switch from local standard time back to daylight saving time for the summer months. Here are six interesting facts about daylight savings.
York University shooting injures 2
Two women suffered non-life threatening injuries when they were shot on York University campus in Toronto on Thursday night, emergency officials say.
Yukon avalanche forecasts: money running out
An avalanche safety service in the White Pass of the Coast Mountains shared by British Columbia and Yukon is trying to save lives, but funding is running out, and it’s not clear whether the project will last into next winter.
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