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Posted: Jul 16, 2015 11:00 PM ET
Pete Marra might describe felines as mass murderers. He's a researcher at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. And he's just released a new study on cat behaviour.
Scientists detect gravitational waves for 1st time
Einstein theory proven more than 100 years later
RAW: Rare white falcon caught on camera (courtesy: explore.org)
A bird that is rarely spotted is being seen by thousands in a video taken in Churchill, Man.
Refugee family's first days in Canada
Amid the culture shock of new places and new faces, a Syrian refugee family meets the Toronto students who helped them find a new home.
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Jordan and Evan Caldwell remembered as 'very deep' but incessant pranksters at packed Calgary funeral
Tim Bosma trial: Blood stains found on inside and outside of truck
Cree RCAF member left suicidal after years of racist abuse in the military
Gravitational waves reveal new type of black hole
Justin Trudeau sparks debate over where to sell pot
Jian Ghomeshi trial: Defence argues testimony 'riddled with lies,' calls for acquittal
Canadian tourist found dead in Thailand hotel
Apple upgrade shuts down iPhones repaired by 3rd-party technicians
Syria could see temporary truce in a week, diplomats say
Dennis Oland gets life in prison for killing father, Richard Oland
Sajjan says NATO ministers supportive of Canadian decision on ISIS
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Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders to square off in Milwaukee Democratic presidential debate
Apprenticeship ad cost taxpayers $6.7M under previous Conservative government