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Brian Bradley

Digital Journalist based in Hamilton, ON, Canada. Joined on Aug 22, 2010

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Assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian dies

In the end, Jack Kevorkian died without the option he gave to countless patients. The central figure behind the euthanasia debate died naturally in a Michigan hospital Friday after a life defined by assisting in the suicide of 130 Americans.

Ontario midwives rally province for pay equity Special

Toronto - Over 600 people rallied Queen’s Park Wednesday demanding pay equity for Ontario midwives after over a decade of underpaid work in the province.

Parents of genderless baby respond to storm of interest

Toronto - Two weeks after the Toronto Star first ran the story about the genderless baby and stirred a global deluge of support and criticism, the parents of four-month-old Storm have spoken out.

Space Shuttle Endeavour makes final landing

Cape Canaveral - Shuttle Endeavour landed for the final time early today after its 25th and last mission, signaling the beginning of the end of the space shuttle program.

Student dies after explosion in Ottawa high school

Ottawa - An 18-year-old Ottawa student has died in hospital after an accidental explosion at a suburban high school Thursday morning.

Reclusive heiress Huguette Clark dies at 104

New York - Huguette Clark was buried as privately as she lived. The heiress to the $500 million Clark copper mining fortune was interred at a family mausoleum in New York today with no funeral or mass.

Endeavour: Canada's Space Shuttle Special

If any space shuttle needs a Canadian flag on it’s wing, it’s the orbiter Endeavour. Since it’s first launch in 1992, NASA’s fifth shuttle ferried the most Canadian astronauts to space.

Endeavour launches on final mission

Cape Canaveral - Riding a trail of fire and 19 years of spaceflight history, space shuttle Endeavour launched for the final time this morning, beginning a 16-day mission to the International Space Station and the second last flight of the shuttle program.

Toronto Zoo to move elephants

Toronto - After much public pressure, including from former game show host Bob Barker, the Toronto Zoo will find new homes for its three elephants.

NHL management company slams Sean Avery's pro-gay stance

A high-profile Canadian sports management agency has publicly called out NHL player Sean Avery for supporting gay marriage.

Country music star Shania Twain releases autobiography

Canadian country music superstar Shania Twain is back in stores this week, trading in another country music album for a top-selling book about her life.

Shuttle Endeavour's final flight delayed again

Cape Canaveral - The final flight of shuttle Endeavour has been delayed again as NASA continues to work a technical issue that originally grounded the flight on Friday.

Crown Prince bows out of Royal Wedding due to Bahrain unrest

Manama - Due to continued political unrest in Bahrain, Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa bowed out of attending the Royal wedding celebration.

Prince William and Kate Middleton marry

London - Prince William, second-in-line to the British throne and son of the once beloved Prince and Princess of Wales, married Kate Middleton today in a service attended by thousands and watched by millions.

Space Shuttle Endeavour cleared for final flight

Cape Canaveral - The space shuttle Endeavour was given a “go” for launch Wednesday, clearing the way for its final flight and the second last of the space shuttle program.
 

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