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This is the Highest-Resolution Video of Earth Ever Created, and it’s Gorgeous (VIDEO)

The Russian Elektro-L weather satellite sits 25,000 miles above the Indian Ocean, where it creates an astonishing 121 megapixel image of the Earth every 30 minutes. James Tyrwhitt-Drake from the University of Victoria in Canada has used these images to create

Canada, Ireland Top Food Safety World Ranking

A new, comprehensive report ranks Canada and Ireland as the top countries in food safety performance. The document, produced by The Conference Board of Canada’s Centre for Food in Canada in collaboration with the University of Guelph’s...Show More Summary

Save The Capilano Review!

The Capilano Review needs your help! This incredible magazine has just lost its funding from Capilano University in Canada. If you’re like us, returning over and over to read Lisa Robertson’s “The Cabins” or finding yourself perusing the George Stanley issue on a weekend, you’ll feel the worry. But the show must go on: Help [...]

Studentship: Carbonate chemistry, ocean acidification and CO2 exchange in the Canadian Arctic, McGill University, Canada

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences of the McGill University seeks Ph.D. and M.Sc. students to participate in a large-scale study of processes that modulate the spatial and temporal variability of the pCO2 gradient at the air-sea interface and exchange of CO2 with sub-thermocline waters and across oceanic basins. The project will be part […]

Drinking age laws have a significant effect on collisions among young drivers

Minimum legal drinking age legislation in Canada can have a major impact on young drivers, according to a new study from the Northern Medical Program at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). Drivers just older than the legal age had a significant increase in motor vehicle crashes compared to those immediately under the restriction. read more

Mattress startup Casper heads to Canada, promises an blissful night’s sleep to our neighbors up north

A good night’s sleep is one of the most universal of all needs. Given this, it’s little surprise that Casper, the popular New York-based mattress startup, has seen demand from around the world. But as an upstart with limited fundingShow More Summary

Orlando Franklin: What went wrong against the Patriots, and how we fix it

Denver Broncos offensive lineman Orlando Franklin is giving Yahoo Canada Sports an exclusive first-person account of life in the NFL. Franklin grew up in Toronto before playing at the University of Miami and was drafted by the Broncos in the second round in 2011. Sunday’s loss to the New England Patriots was very hard, it’s a hard loss to stomach. Show More Summary

The Fight to Take Back Our Genes Moves to Canada

The fight against gene patents has migrated north. In the first challenge to gene patents in Canada, the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario earlier this week brought suit against the University of Utah for trying to claim monopoly...Show More Summary

Canadian Law Society Rejects Christian School Over Biblical Homosexuality Stance

The future of the first potential Christian faith-based law school in Canada is in doubt after the British Columbia Law Society rejected an earlier approval of the new law school at Trinity Western University because of the school's stance against homosexual activity.

-Canada: Christian Law School Can’t Get Accreditation Over Homosexuality

                               (Illustration from Trinity Western University website) Canada seems to be a few years ahead of us in a negative way over the battles for Religious liberty in the face of political correctness and special rights for homosexuality. A Christian law school with a traditional Biblical view on homosexuality has not been able to get […]

Four minutes of fun helps kids focus: study

Primary school age children will behave better and stay more focused in school if they're allowed short intervals in which they are free to unleash excess energy, say researchers at Queen's University in Canada.

WDDGS in turkey hen diets for growth and water intake

It is becoming increasingly common to use higher levels of wheat distillers dried grains with solubles (WDDGS) in poultry diets. The objective of a trial at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada was to determine the effect of the level of inclusion of WDDGS with or without enzyme supplementation...

Canadian university offers counseling services to former CBC Toronto interns

Carleton University (“Canada’s Capital University”) says 73 of its journalism students interned at CBC Toronto between 2003 and 2014, and that at least one worked on fired host Jian Ghomeshi’s “Q” program. “We have no information at this time that any of our students have been affected” – had unpleasant, or worse, dealings with Ghomeshi … Read More

Orlando Franklin: A look inside the week-long grind of an NFL player

Denver Broncos offensive lineman Orlando Franklin is giving Yahoo Canada Sports an exclusive first-person account of life in the NFL. Franklin grew up in Toronto before playing at the University of Miami and was drafted by the Broncos in the second round in 2011. A lot of people don’t think being a professional athlete is a “job” but it really is. Show More Summary

Canadian Feed Research Centre officially opened

The University of Saskatchewan officially opened its new Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) on October 24. The grand opening also recognised Cargill’s animal nutrition business in Western Canada for its $2.46 million contribution to the Canadian Feed Research Centre.

Canadian Feed Research Centre officially opened

The University of Saskatchewan officially opened its new Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) on October 24. The grand opening also recognised Cargill’s animal nutrition business in Western Canada for its $2.46 million contribution to the Canadian Feed Research Centre.

Canadian Feed Research Centre officially opened

The University of Saskatchewan officially opened its new Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) on October 24. The grand opening also recognised Cargill’s animal nutrition business in Western Canada for its $2.46 million contribution to the Canadian Feed Research Centre.

Canada’s Supreme Court Rules Against the French, a New Availability Tool Data Source, and Fast Track to Top Tier Hotel Elite!

News and notes from around the interweb: Don’t miss my giveaway for hotel stays and Frequent Traveler University tickets. I’m looking forward to meeting everyone at Frequent Traveler University December 3-5 in DC! Canada’s Supreme Court ruled against allowing damages for the couple who wasn’t able to order an inflight 7-Up in French. Show More Summary

An Important Discovery in Musicology

The website of Radio Canada International reports that a Canadian musicologist, Prof. James Grier of Western University in London, Ontario, “has been able to identify the person who made a breakthrough in music notation, and accurately...Show More Summary

Doing the "happy walk" made people's memories more positive

Walking in a more happy style could help counter the negative mental processes associated with depression. That's according to psychologists in Germany and Canada who used biofeedback to influence the walking style of 47 university students...Show More Summary

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