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Keystone XL is cancelled — so now what?

The announcement that TC Energy is cancelling the problem-plagued Keystone XL pipeline project wasn't a big surprise. It seemed unlikely the Calgary-based company could...

B.C. movie theatres get ready to reopen Tuesday

Those yearning for popcorn and the luxury of watching the latest blockbuster on the big screen, take heart. Movie theatres across B.C....

MuchMusic is relaunching on TikTok as a ‘digital first’ network

The once-massive music broadcaster MuchMusic is making a comeback — though this time, the relaunch won't be televised.  In a Thursday press...

Solar eclipse steals the early morning spotlight

The 'ring of fire' solar eclipse drew...

‘Wake-up call for Canada’: Security experts say case of 2 fired scientists could point to espionage

China says its scientific co-operation with Canada should not be politicized, responding to questions about two scientists fired from Canada's only Level 4 lab — a case...

Hoover Dam reservoir hits record low water level amid extreme drought

The reservoir created by Hoover Dam, an engineering marvel that symbolized the American ascendance of the 20th Century, has sunk to its lowest...

To Kill a Mockingbird is returning to Broadway with original stars

Fans of the Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird will get a treat when the show restarts this fall, with two of the...

Inflation spike shows U.S. consumer appetite bumping up against shortages

American consumers absorbed another surge in prices in May — a 0.6 per cent increase over April and five per cent over the past year, the...

B.C.’s Return-It program launches wine cork recycling program in West Kelowna

For people living in the Central Okanagan wine country, a bottle cork is no longer something to toss away as garbage. On...

Bad news for fishing: Climate change is sucking the oxygen out of lakes, study suggests

Fish could be left gasping for air as oxygen levels plunge in the world's freshwater lakes due to climate change, a new study...

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How a worldwide subscription scam network was traced back to Montreal

A Montreal-based marketing firm is at the heart of a scheme involving a massive network of streaming websites that has scammed thousands of internet...

When international travel resumes, Canada’s borders and airports will be very different

Just as the 9/11 attacks did 20 years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic will transform the way people travel internationally — with hundreds of millions...

Is a summer hiring spree coming as COVID restrictions ease? Depends on who you ask

When Betty Lou's Library was shuttered during pandemic restrictions last year, it wasn't just the hit to the cash register that hurt the...

How a 1950s experiment brought foam igloos to Kinngait, Nunavut

In the black-and-white photos in Canada's national archives, it looks just like an igloo on Kinngait's rocky shores. But something is off:...

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