• New Brunswick government funds lung cancer screening program for 2025
    The New Brunswick government has announced $3.4 million for a lung cancer screening program expected to be implemented by 2025.
    Sep 7
  • Police appeal for witnesses after man, 50, found dead in Vaughan home
    York Regional Police said on Sept. 1, officers were called to a home on Laskin Drive near Ilan Ramon Boulevard.
    Sep 5
  • Ontario antiques shop announces permanent closure after summer fire
    Damage from a fire in early June proved too great to recover from, BrickYard Antiques suggested as it announced its permanent closure.
    Sep 11
  • Guardians top Blue Jays 10-7 in extra innings
    The Toronto Blue Jays lost two players mid-game and some more ground in the American League wild-card race on Sunday afternoon.
    Aug 27
  • Jays lose third straight in 5-2 loss to Cleveland
    Canadian Bo Naylor and the Cleveland Guardians gave the slumping Toronto Blue Jays a lesson in producing runs in the series opener on Friday.
    Aug 25
  • Schneider helps Blue Jays end three-game skid
    Davis Schneider will be in the Toronto Blue Jays lineup for the series finale against the Cleveland Guardians on Sunday, even though a right-handed pitcher in Noah Syndergaard will start for the visitors.
    Aug 26
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  • At what point does your taste in music officially get old? There’s a study for that
    Find that listening to today's music ... challenging? If you're at least 33, your taste in music has probably changed forever.
    Sep 3
  • Pothole frustration hits one Winnipeg neighbourhood
    One Winnipeg neighbourhood had, for so long, grappled with the problem of potholes, even going so far as to fill the craters with flowers.
    Aug 9
  • Hurricane Idalia forecast to hit Florida as ‘catastrophic’ Category 4 storm
    The National Hurricane Center is warning of an increasing risk of life-threatening storm surge and dangerous hurricane-force winds in Florida in the next two days.
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    Aug 29
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  • Parade of singles gives Orioles 6-1 win over Jays
    Kevin Gausman is at a loss to explain why the Baltimore Orioles and other American League East teams are thriving against the Toronto Blue Jays.
    Aug 3
  • Santander has grand slam as Orioles rout Blue Jays
    Hyun-Jin Ryu's return to a major-league mound did not go as he or the Toronto Blue Jays hoped.
    Aug 1
  • Scott Dixon ready to defend title at Honda Indy Toronto, his ‘home’ race
    The New Zealander often jokes that as the only IndyCar race in a Commonwealth country, the Honda Indy Toronto is essentially his backyard. 
    Jul 14
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  • Can we use neuroscience and AI to predict hit songs? Maybe.
    The Holy Grail for the recorded music industry has always been a method of creating a surefire, can't-miss way of predicting which songs will be hits. We might be a step closer.
    Jun 25
  • Proposed new $39M sports complex leaves Montreal West divided
    A proposed new $39 million sports and recreation complex in Montreal West has left the town bitterly divided, with yes and no sides campaigning leading up to a weekend vote.
    Jun 15
  • The Ongoing History of New Music, encore presentation: The story of the electric guitar, part 3
    It's the summer hiatus, a chance to catch up on programs you may have missed. Don't worry, though. New programs already in production for the fall.
    Jun 9
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  • The Ongoing History of New Music, encore presentation: The story of the electric guitar, part 1
    The electric guitar has a storied history that goes back a lot further than you may realize. This is the first of a three-parter on where it came from.
    May 26
  • The Ongoing History of New Music, episode 986: Rock Explainer 3
    There are many musical behaviors that we just accept. But should we? And why doesn't anyone ever ask where these behaviors came from?
    May 12
  • The strange world of music memorabilia
    How far would you go and how much would you spend to have a piece of your favourite musical artist?
    May 14
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  • More than 30 buildings with free public access a part of Doors Open Hamilton
    Doors Open Hamilton, a local event aimed at promoting the city's architecture at some 38 venues, happens May 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    May 3
  • Okanagan experts offer tips to mentally prepare for emergency season
    Experts say if you are feeling on edge about the uncertainly the natural disaster season brings, there are ways to prep emotionally.
    May 1
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