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The riot at the Capitol raised questions about whether the U.S. national security apparatus is adequately equipped to address the threat of domestic extremism.
WestJet Flight 658 was preparing to take off when a warning light came on. The airline says the plane has already been serviced and is ready to go.
Boredom is more than just a lack of something to do — it's an "unfulfilled desire for satisfying activity," says a boredom studies researcher. @CBCQuirks
Every time a merchant site is successful in netting you as a customer, it increases the chance your data could get in the wrong hands, says a cybersecurity expert. @sparkcbc
"If you've got a service member coming back with PTSD, that's not a singular condition. That affects everyone around them," says a veteran. @adamfwalsh
Dr. Selena Au works in three of Calgary's adult intensive care units and says COVID-19 patients often stay in the ICU up to three weeks. @JenLeeCBC
The garbage found inside a dead whale that washed ashore in Indonesia included 115 plastic cups, four plastic bottles, 25 plastic bags and two pairs of flip-flops.
Social distancing measures in Canada could be in place for months, Canada's health minister said today. Patty Hajdu warned that not following the measures in place now could lead to more strict measures later to confine people to their homes. #COVID19