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Researchers in Utah find evidence of earliest human tobacco use 12,300 years ago

Scientists have unearthed evidence of a milestone in human culture — the earliest-known use of tobacco – in the remnants of a hearth built...

IMF backs leader after reviewing reports of data rigging at World Bank to favour China

The International Monetary Fund’s executive board on Monday expressed its full confidence in Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva after reviewing allegations that she pressured World...

Afghanistan minister won’t commit to girls’ schooling despite international demand

Afghanistan’s foreign minister appealed to the world for good relations on Monday but avoided making firm commitments on girls’ education despite international demands to...

What’s open, what’s closed on Thanksgiving Day in Hamilton, Burlington and Niagara Region

The Thanksgiving Day long weekend is upon us and that means not everything will be open on Monday. Ontario is still in the midst of...

The growing problem of ‘swatting’ and why experts say it’s a dangerous trend

Cybersecurity experts say Burnaby RCMP could have their work cut out for them as they try to identify who was behind an apparent hoax...

Regina woman marches to create awareness about myeloma after own diagnosis

On Sunday morning, the third annual Regina Multiple Myeloma March took place virtually. Regina’s march is just one of 32 events happening across the...

Truth and reconciliation gathering held at Grace Presbyterian Church in Calgary

With his time in public office nearing its end, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi says the significance of attending meaningful events, like the one Sunday...

Rare Beatles memorabilia, John Lennon interviews uncovered during pandemic cleaning spree

John Lennon laughing, admitting to being “prejudiced” because he likes his Beatles songs the best and musing about whether he’ll be bald in 1984. Three...
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Raptors cruise to easy pre-season win over Houston

TORONTO – Newcomer Precious Achiuwa continues to make the most of his pre-season opportunity with the Raptors. The 22-year-old Nigerian centre scored 17 points and...

Alberta businesses need more help despite new COVID-19 restrictions exemption program grant

Late last week, the Alberta government announced a one time payment of $2000 for small and medium sized businesses who choose to implement the...