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More than a dozen people including landlords, lawyers, and tenants spoke to the planning committee on Wednesday, before members unanimously voted for Ottawa city staff to explore the creation of a new anti-renoviction bylaw.
April 24, 2024 - 19:19 | | CBC News - Ottawa
Parry Malm and Shannon Wiseman weren’t expecting a “pivotal moment” in their sons’ lives when they visited Scotland’s Loch Ness earlier this month, but that’s exactly what happened.“Our youngest is turning three next week,” said Wiseman from the family’s home in London, England. “And he tells everyone there have been two pivotal moments in his life: Seeing the world’s largest dinosaur, which he did at the Natural History Museum in January, and seeing Nessie.“He tells everyone he encounters. He tells the postman, he tells the guys in the shops and the cafes.”
April 24, 2024 - 19:16 | | The Globe and Mail
For Peter Serles, the secret to a successful research career has been learning to think small.In 2022, while a graduate student in engineering at the University of Toronto, he 3D-printed a replica of the CN Tower at nanoscale that stands only twice as tall as the thickness of a human hair. More recently, he harnessed AI to develop tiny lattices that can be combined to make larger materials with the weight of Styrofoam and the strength of steel.
April 24, 2024 - 19:09 | Ivan Semeniuk | The Globe and Mail
Edmonton Coun. Keren Tang is responding to concerns raised in an anonymous letter sent to the province and used by the premier as an example of issues in Edmonton.
April 24, 2024 - 19:00 | Breanna Karstens-Smith | Global News - Canada
Police in White Rock, B.C., say two stabbings in the city within a few days and with apparent similarities are “alarming.”RCMP Staff Sgt. Rob Dixon says although these incidents are shocking and tragic, as someone who lives in the area, he would still “allow his mother [to] walk as per normal in that area.”One man was stabbed to death Tuesday night while another was slashed late Sunday both in the area of the White Rock Pier, a popular attraction in the beachside community.
April 24, 2024 - 19:00 | | The Globe and Mail
The screening of a short documentary on Point Frederick in Kingston saw a sold-out crowd making their way to The Screening Room downtown.
April 24, 2024 - 18:56 | Talha Hashmani | Global News - Canada