Umar Zameer found not guilty of murder in Toronto cop's death
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Jurors have found Umar Zameer not guilty of all criminal charges, including first-degree murder, in the death of Toronto police officer Det.-Const. Jeffrey Northrup nearly three years ago ..read more
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Israelis grapple with how to celebrate Passover amid war and months-long hostage crisis
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Passover is a celebration of freedom for Jews, commemorating the exodus of ancient Israelites from slavery in Egypt. However, this year the Israel-Hamas war is making the mood more sombre ..read more
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UBC scientist Suzanne Simard among a handful of Canadians to make Time's 'most influential' list
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Simard, author of Finding the Mother Tree, joins fellow Canadians like actors Elliot Page and Michael J. Fox, Pulitzer-winning podcaster Connie Walker, and artificial intelligence researcher Yoshua Bengio on Time Magazine's annual list ..read more
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The death of paper ticket stubs in the digital era has some Canucks fans torn
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Tickets to sporting events and concerts have largely gone digital, leaving some fans nostalgic for the days of physical paper tickets ..read more
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Meet the Inuit throat singers revitalizing the tradition and engaging new audiences
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After facing bans and other harmful policies for almost 100 years in Canada, these Inuit women are are keeping the tradition alive and well ..read more
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Why are European wines often cheaper than Canadian ones? Centuries of production — and regulation
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There are a number of factors that go into the tipple's sticker price, from the cost of land needed to grow grapes, to manufacturing costs and the fees charged by provincial liquor control boards ..read more
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Who likes loud cars? Ontario study suggests they skew young, male and score high on psychopathy and sadism
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The gunshot pop of tailpipes, the roar of engines and the sound of tires screaming rubber against pavement evoke a range of emotions. A Western University prof in London, Ont., wondered "who wants to make this kind of noise." Her study suggests young men who love loud cars tend to score high on psychopathic and sadistic tendencies and she plans to expand on it ..read more
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I never realized how much of my identity I carried in my hair — until I gave it all away
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Caring for her hair was an intimate connection Nadja Halilbegovich shared with her mother. She kept dyeing her hair as a ritual to preserve their bond before a war separated them ..read more
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With the slimmed-down senior ranks of the Royal Family, could junior members step up?
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There has been speculation about whether junior members of the Royal Family might step in to carry out official royal duties, but even in the face of a streamlining in the upper echelons of the family, that appears unlikely ..read more
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Canadian farmers take precautions as bird flu outbreaks hit U.S. dairy cattle
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Highly pathogenic avian influenza has shown up in at least 32 herds in eight U.S. states, but not in Canada so far. While farmers are worried, experts say there's no cause for alarm right now thanks to national food safety standards and biosecurity measures in place ..read more
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