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"This is outrageous, honestly," says Canadian Edward Chin. "I think he should be reprimanded."
"Our main finding was that fuel availability ... was really important in determining biomass burning and carbon loss," said Jennifer Baltzer, a biologist at Wilfrid Laurier University and a Canada Research Chair in Forests and Global Change.
Tim Hortons and Burger King have signed a deal with TerraCycle’s Loop program to test an option that would allow customers to receive their order in reusable, returnable cups and food packaging.
"As you know, things have changed through the years and society has changed, and we have we have numbers, we have scientific reports also that [show] us the damage it can do on your brain," said Enrico Ciccone, a former NHL hockey player.
A House of Commons subcommittee says that China's use of camps, forced labour and population control measures are designed to eradicate the Uighur culture.
We are deeply saddened to learn that Stuart McLean passed away earlier today.
After Juno winner Jeremy Dutcher's acceptance speech for Indigenous album of the year was cut off, Arkells invited him back on stage finish it. His passionate speech on reconciliation was delivered in English and Wolastoqey.
BTS is so huge that last year, they accounted for an estimated $4.65 billion of South Korea's GDP The band, that began 7 years ago this month, share a coming of age story in their lyrics that has fans thinking about representation, self-esteem and hope
"I was there and [it] was an extraordinary moment," wrote a concertgoer. "The kid's 'Wow' was the best recognition for Mozart's music and this wonderful orchestra."