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Supermassive black holes give birth to stars, astronomers discover
A team of astrophysicists has discovered that supermassive black holes at the centre of galaxies aren't just destroyers of stars, but also their creators.
Sixties Scoop survivors meeting with Alberta minister to urge apology for apprehended children
Alberta Indigenous Relations Minister Richard Feehan is meeting Tuesday afternoon with survivors of the Sixties Scoop to discuss what type of apology would be most meaningful to the community.
#Kbeauty hot list: The top Korean beauty products you need in your life
The Korean skincare and beauty industry has become a worldwide phenomenon, thanks to its endless range of innovative products. Here are a few of our favourites.
An oral history of the night Nelly Furtado was discovered, 20 years ago
As the story goes, Nelly Furtado, a young, aspiring musician gets her first big break after auditioning to be part of Toronto's Honey Jam showcase, happening Sunday, June 8, 1997.
Charlottetown police looking for information after collision between school bus and SUV
Charlottetown Police are asking the public for more information after a school bus and SUV collided Tuesday morning.
Confusion and frustration as Montrealers try to register pit bulls ahead of deadline
With only days remaining before the March 31 deadline, some Montreal dog owners are still trying to figure out whether their dogs are even considered pit bulls under the city's new rules.
Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link construction complete
Construction of a communications fibre optic line along the Mackenzie Valley was finished two weeks ago, the N.W.T. government announced Tuesday.
Goat, miniature pony found dead with ears cut off in Manitoba
A strange and gruesome case of animal cruelty is being investigated by RCMP in Manitoba.
Explorer Hotel fire caused by young person playing with lighter
City officials say a minor lit a book on fire in a room on the second floor, activating the hotel's sprinkler system.
Justin Trudeau searches for someone to help
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Wave of school closures threatening rural way of life, villagers warn
Residents of Stone Mills Township, northwest of Kingston, are fighting the closure of 150-year-old Yarker Family School. They're worried the community's other schools will soon follow as a wave of school closures sweeps across rural Ontario.
Meet the man with a million hits on YouTube: Thunder Bay Muslim singer Siedd
The Lakehead University mechanical engineering student posted the first of his five faith-based music videos in July of 2016. The internet loved it!
Calgary woman thanks C-Train operator for reuniting her with $1,300 in missing purse
A Calgary woman was stunned by the honesty of a C-Train driver who found and helped return her lost purse containing $1,300 in cash.
Two more Windsor men charged with murder for stabbing, beating bound man
Windsor police have arrested two more men in connection with a fatal kidnapping and beating. A 26-year-old man was found severely beaten and stabbed in an apartment on Oct. 19, 2016.
Police investigate collision that closed Highway 11/17
Provincial police continue to investigate Monday’s collision on Highway 11/17 that sent two men to hospital with serious injuries and closed the road for over seven hours.
New Brunswick real estate group hopes for new assessment model
As the backlash continues over soaring assessments and the miscalculation of 2,400 property tax bills, the New Brunswick Real Estate Association is hoping the province will adopt an assessment model similar to Ontario's.
'Too fast': Fort McMurray boy, 3, gets speeding ticket in miniature F-150
A three-year-old Fort McMurray boy had his first encounter with the law this week, when he received a speeding ticket while cruising in his miniature Ford F-150.
GTA's hot housing market fuelled by strong economy, but Bank of Canada governor concerned about debt
The GTA’s hot housing market is a symptom of Toronto’s rapidly growing economy compared to other parts of the country, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz says, but warned that the expectation of perpetually rising prices poses a risk.
'Unsanitary' home-based dental operation's closure in Calgary prompts health warning
Health officials are warning any Calgarians who may have had dental work done out of a home in Somerset to get tested for viruses.
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Canada Reads 2017: Watch the Day Two replay
And then there were three. The battle of the books continues at 11 a.m. ET on March 29, 2017.
'A walking canvas': T-shirts showcase Saskatoon artists' work
Saskatoon company Artspct is working to showcase local artists' work to the masses by transferring what they've created on canvas to T-shirts.
Spruce Grove envisions $79M sport and event centre
Residents of Spruce Grove will get a look next month at plans for a $79-million multi-use sport and event centre that would be the largest development in the city's history.
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The Goods, March 28: Hollandaise Sauces, Test your health IQ, & Beauty sleep
Shahir's getting saucy with the sauces from one base, Andrea is testing the hosts (and you) on your health knowledge, and Jessi's tucking you in by showing you how to keep beautiful in your sleep.
'Dismally low' farm incomes need to improve: National Farmers Union president
Food production in Canada is too focused on large operations and exporting when it should be concerned with feeding Canadians, says Jan Slomp, president of the National Farmers Union, who was on P.E.I. Tuesday to take part in the organization's district convention.