Ward 3 all-candidates meeting’s hot topic is housing
By Kelsey Mohammed Skedline.com   “Where’s Mark Grimes?” one man in the audience called out, which started a string of murmurs and laughter the among other audience members. Wednesday evening at the Assembly Hall – Humber Lakeshore campus, brought a full crowd of Etobicoke residents in attendance for the... Read more
Headed West – jobs in the oil and gas industry

The cost of gas isn’t the only thing going up in Canada’s oil industry, the rush to get rich quick is also steadily on the rise.

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“SaveCanada began as a one-off action in North Bay, Ontario where the [pipeline] route goes through the municipal drinking water source for 54,000 people, in a pipeline built over a generation ago for a different purpose,” SaveCanada spokesperson Yan Roberts said in an email.

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Game of drones

The word ‘drone might conjure images of covert special-ops in Afghanistan, but unmanned aerial vehicles — or UAVs — are actually being used here at home for everything from mapping to tracking wildlife populations.

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Photographs were taken by: Nabeela Hashimi, Alison Greco & Jake English

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TransCanada and East Energy Pipeline project

The East Energy Pipeline is a project aimed towards of constructing an entire route that runs from Alberta and Saskatchewan all the way to New Brunswick.

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Canadian scientists have started to protest against the Canadian government and its method of muzzling scientists and cutting funds for certain scientific programs.

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Approx. 8:20 a.m. – Three shots were fired inside of building 197 of the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard.

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Washington, D.C. remains on high alert after a shooting in the U.S. capital's largest naval yard Monday.

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Statistics Canada's analysis on Federal Expenditures on science and technology research and development and related activities in current dollars

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