Calgary Zoo loans ‘spy eggs’ to help whooping cranes in Louisiana
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Calgary Zoo loans ‘spy eggs’ to help whooping cranes in Louisiana

Scientists are using fake eggs to spy on whooping cranes in hopes of learning why…

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‘We’ve now seen the unseeable’: Black hole photographed for the first time
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‘We’ve now seen the unseeable’: Black hole photographed for the first time

Black holes have been mysterious and elusive — until now. Astronomers using the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT)…

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Fake Xanax pills containing fentanyl circulating in Halifax
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Fake Xanax pills containing fentanyl circulating in Halifax

Frontline outreach workers say they are seeing a rise in the number of fake Xanax pills circulating…

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Nunavut man waiting for access to home dialysis feels ‘like a hostage’ in Winnipeg
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Nunavut man waiting for access to home dialysis feels ‘like a hostage’ in Winnipeg

A Nunavut elder and former MLA with kidney failure says he feels like he’s being held…

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N.W.T. man says doctor shared ‘too much information’ about his illness to employer
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N.W.T. man says doctor shared ‘too much information’ about his illness to employer

An employee with the government of the Northwest Territories says his doctor shared “too much information”…

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Johnson & Johnson marketed baby powder to people of colour even after safety concerns mounted
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Johnson & Johnson marketed baby powder to people of colour even after safety concerns mounted

Pressure was mounting on Johnson Johnson and its signature Baby Powder. In 2006, an arm…

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Tories cry foul over $12M to help Loblaws buy energy-efficient coolers
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Tories cry foul over $12M to help Loblaws buy energy-efficient coolers

Conservative environment critic Ed Fast slammed the federal government Tuesday for giving $12 million to…

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Weakening of Bill C-69 would trigger ‘flood of litigation,’ Alberta chief warns
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Weakening of Bill C-69 would trigger ‘flood of litigation,’ Alberta chief warns

Northern Alberta Indigenous leaders warn that watering down the federal government’s proposed environmental assessment law…

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Legalization pushed up price of pot by 17%, StatsCan says
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Legalization pushed up price of pot by 17%, StatsCan says

The legalization of marijuana in Canada has caused the price of the drug overall to…

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Ministers appear unfazed by Senate changes to federal gun bill
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Ministers appear unfazed by Senate changes to federal gun bill

Federal ministers played down notions Tuesday that Senate committee amendments to the Liberals’ gun bill…

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