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Industrial acid deposits are turning Canadian lakes to jelly

New research into decreasing calcium levels in a number of Canadian lakes has shown that we are still experiencing the effects of industrialization, and it's not climate related. Instead, it's a new problem, and a legacy of acid rain.

Toronto bidder cancels plans to buy Atlantic City casino

Toronto - A Canadian investment firm appears to have has backed away from plans to buy a bankrupt Atlantic City, N.J., casino even though its indecision could cost $10 million.

Op-Ed: Why Cristiano Ronaldo's impact on the game shouldn't be ignored

Cristiano Ronaldo is the most in-form player in world football. There, I said it. In the midst of using analytics and statistics to prove why Lionel Messi is superior to the current crop of stars in the modern game, Ronaldo’s brilliance is undeniable.

Dutch teen remanded after mum rescues her from Islamic State militants

Maastricht - A blonde, blue-eyed Dutch 19-year-old who was rescued by her mother after marrying an Islamic State fighter in Syria, was ordered Friday to be detained pending possible terror charges.

18 Remembrance Day poppy boxes stolen, Calgary police arrest two

Calgary - Among crimes that are not of the heinous variety, it is one that is nonetheless considered to be very low, certainly among those who honor their country's service men and women. Two people in Calgary have been arrested for allegedly stealing poppy boxes.

U.K. couple together 70 years die side by side, ten minutes apart

A couple in the U.K. who were in love for 70 years, married for 65, died side by side at an old folks home in the U.K. this month. She was sick, he was not, but when she died he lay next to her and was gone, too, just 10 minutes later.

Halifax prison staff face discipline for letting wrong inmate go

There were will disciplinary action taken against staff members at a Halifax jail who were involved in releasing a dangerous prisoner earlier this month. The man was not due to be let go and officials laid the blame on squarely on the staff involved.

Ukraine shelled from Russian territory: Kiev

Kiev - Ukraine's military on Friday accused Russia of shelling its territory for the first time since the signing of a nominal ceasefire in early September.

Study: Jet-driers spread 27 times more germs than paper towels

Leeds - A new study by UK researchers has discovered that hand-driers are much more prone to spreading germs than good old fashioned paper towels.

Witness in French inquiry into 1994 Rwanda plane crash disappears Special

A key witness for a French court investigating who triggered the Rwandan genocide has gone missing in Kenya after a Paris judge insisted the witness’ name be identified in legal documents – a move critics say compromised his safety.

Eleven die in Zimbabwe church stampede

Harare - At least 11 people died and many were injured in a stampede at a stadium in Zimbabwe as thousands attending a church service tried to leave through the only open exit, police said Friday.

Baseball post season: MLB All-Stars finished year in Japan tour

Tokyo - The MLB All-Stars just finished their tour in Japan playing against the Japanese national team Samurai Japan for five games and two exhibition games. According to MLB, the MLB All-Stars lost 3 to 2 in the series with the Samurai Japan.

Obama announces executive action on immigration

Washington - President Barack Obama announced on Thursday that he would take executive action to allow millions of undocumented immigrants who meet certain criteria to remain legally — but temporarily — in the United States.

Op-Ed: The legacy of 'Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater' ten years later

Ten years ago on November 17, 'Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater' was released for the PlayStation 2 and it truly demonstrated the storytelling craft of video games.

House passes bill that impedes scientists ability to advise EPA

Washington D.c. - While the debate about a bill approving the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline rocked back-and-forth in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday before failing to pass, the House quietly slipped under the radar, passing a bill that has scientists worried.

Review: ‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ is the lead-up to the big event Special

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ is the calm before the storm as the rebels take steps towards the ultimate goal of overthrowing the Capitol and Katniss contemplates the role she’ll play in the campaign’s future.

Watch this giant panda play in the Toronto snow

Toronto - Earlier this week a video surfaced, showing a giant panda playing in the snow at a zoo in Toronto. The video captures the panda doing a number of activities, including rolling down a hill.

Graco recalls 5 million strollers after baby finger amputations

Manufacturer of baby products, Graco, has recalled nearly 5 million strollers after reports of 11 full or partial finger tip amputations in toddlers.

Tackling a giant of the dance world Special

Toronto - Embodying one of the most famous dancers in history is scary — but American-born, Toronto-based dancer Skylar Campbell doesn’t let the fear get to him: "I'm letting the experience kind of take me over."

New 4D technology to enhance the way hockey fans watch game

San Jose - Since hockey first appeared on T.V screens, fans have craved for a more realistic experience while sitting on the couch, and drinking beers. Now one NHL team has announced they are taking home viewing to a new level.
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