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Admin October 25, 2016

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Admin October 25, 2016

Trans fats are fading from the Canadian food supply, but the unhealthy fat is still showing up on supermarket shelves in Nova Scotia. A CBC review of grocery stores around the Halifax region last month found a number of products that exceeded recommended trans fat levels. One of those products was a pound cake in a […]

Admin October 25, 2016

Crews in hard hats and orange jumpsuits on Tuesday started dismantling a makeshift camp in France that has become a symbol of Europe’s migrant crisis while thousands of people remained there waiting to be relocated. The workers used their gloved hands to tear down flimsy plywood shelters, tarp-covered huts and other temporary buildings at the […]

Admin October 25, 2016

Apple and Moses Martin seem to be following in their famous dad’s musical footsteps! Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin‘s children joined their father on-stage at a Boys and Girls Club fundraiser in Malibu, California, over the weekend, where Apple, 12, took center stage to sing a cover of Ariana Grande‘s “Just a Little Bit of […]

Admin October 25, 2016

Let the battle of the droughts begin. The Chicago Cubs will try to build on the momentum of a National League Championship Series-clinching win, with only Cleveland standing in the way of the franchise’s first major-league title since 1908. Cleveland last hoisted the World Series trophy in 1948. This is very cool: Footage and interviews from our […]

Admin October 25, 2016

Fifty years after the worst of the arsenic emissions from Giant mine, lichen has yet to re-establish itself on the bald granite downwind of the mine. Research is showing that pollution from the mine is far more persistent than anyone suspected. (Richard Gleeson/CBC) Winter is returning to the subarctic city of Yellowknife, bringing its snow […]