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Doomsday Clock moves ahead to 100 seconds to midnight
In its annual announcement, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the Doomsday Clock ahead to 100 seconds to midnight. "We now face a true emergency — an absolutely unacceptable state of world affairs that has eliminated any margin for error or further delay," says group's leader.
Alberta's looming multibillion-dollar orphan wells problem prompts auditor general probe
As Alberta struggles to clean up thousands of oil and gas wells left behind by bankrupt companies, the province's auditor general is set to investigate how the problem became so big and why the industry regulator's efforts to collect security deposits came up so short, CBC News has learned.
Eagle watch draws birds and tourists to tiny Nova Scotia community
Tourists have come from as far away as Massachusetts to see the eagles gather in Sheffield Mills, N.S., bringing in a welcomed influx of cash to the community's businesses and fundraisers.
E-learning is no boogeyman, but would be costly to implement properly, expert says
Online learning isn't the massive problem that Ontario's embattled teachers unions are making it out to be, according to a leading expert in the field — but he says to properly implement it across the province would likely prove very costly.
Windsor partnership with Amazon Ring doorbell could do more harm than good, experts say
'Alarming' amount of plastic waste found at St. Catharines beach
Good boy alerts rescuers to suspected dognapping