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What happened when the "Queen of Canada's" followers tried to arrest the police?

What happened when the "Queen of Canada's" followers tried to arrest the police?

It's tempting to see Romana Didulo and her followers as a big joke. No, she's not the "Queen of Canada", or the world, so have a laugh.
Why Canadians should pay attention to the Dutch farmers protest

Why Canadians should pay attention to the Dutch farmers protest

It seems like a problem half a world away that doesn't concern us. But it's not. Strict new targets for fertilizer emissions have Dutch farmers fighting back, saying they will be forced to close.
What happened in Kitsault, BC, Canada's most perfect Ghost Town?

What happened in Kitsault, BC, Canada's most perfect Ghost Town?

Kitsault was a mining town of 1,200 or so people in one of the most remote areas of British Columbia. It opened in 1981. It was empty by 1982. That was its first lifetime. Since then, however, something has happened to Kitsault.
Inside the arms race to develop new psychedelic drugs

Inside the arms race to develop new psychedelic drugs

There's a lot of money in creating and patenting new drugs. Like, tens of billions of dollars. But the field is crowded, competitive and dominated by large pharmaceutical companies. So some new startups are looking elsewhere.
What does it take to work as a foreign-trained physician in Canada?

What does it take to work as a foreign-trained physician in Canada?

Ontario's health minister wants regulators to figure out a way to expedite the licensing of internationally trained doctors and nurses to help staff the province's ICUs, ERs and long-term care facilities.
A summer that shattered the Canadian hockey myth

A summer that shattered the Canadian hockey myth

The World Junior Championships begin today in Edmonton. And the summer date is not the reason they'll be different this year.
Island Crime: Finding Amber Manthorne

Island Crime: Finding Amber Manthorne

When 40-year-old Amber Manthorne fails to show up to work on Friday, July 8th, 2022, her friends immediately believe something is wrong.
How a Canadian telescope found something in space we don't understand

How a Canadian telescope found something in space we don't understand

We've known about fast radio bursts (or FRBs) for 15 years now. But nobody had seen one quite like this. A Canadian telescope detected an FRB that not only was much longer than usual, it had a distinct repeating pattern.
It looks like the Conservative leadership race is over. What does that mean for Canada and the next election?

It looks like the Conservative leadership race is over. What does that mean for Canada and the next election?

You may have missed the final Conservative Party of Canada leadership debate Wednesday night. No worries! Pierre Poilievre missed it, too. The frontrunner has such a huge lead according to every report, that he had nothing to gain by attending.
Inside the scandal that could undo 15 years of Alzheimer's research

Inside the scandal that could undo 15 years of Alzheimer's research

A seminal 2006 research paper on Alzheimer's has been cited more than 2000 times over the past decade and a half. Its conclusions have informed much of the direction the field has taken since then.
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