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A new paper says a giant salmon that lived five million years ago in the coastal waters of the Pacific Northwest used tusk-like spikes as defence mechanisms and for building nests to spawn.The initial fossil discoveries of the 2.7-metre-long salmon in Oregon in the 1970s were incomplete and led researchers to suggest the fish had fang-like teeth.
April 24, 2024 - 17:05 | | The Globe and Mail
The British conductor Sir Andrew Davis was a proponent of Bach, Elgar and Tippett, yet one of his best remembered moments on stage with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra involved a light composition that while a classic, was hardly classical.On Feb. 2, 2019, he took the stage at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall to lead the orchestra in Wagner’s towering Ride of the Valkyries. A few bars in, however, the piece gracefully transitioned into Happy Birthday to You as the members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, previously unnoticed in their street clothes, arose in the choir loft to serenade the...
April 24, 2024 - 16:57 | Brad Wheeler | The Globe and Mail
The Toronto Blue Jays have placed centre fielder Kevin Kiermaier on the 10-day injured list with a left hip injury.
April 24, 2024 - 16:56 | | Global News - Ottawa
An old Canadian Regional aircraft is leaving Saskatoon and making its way to a museum in Alberta.
April 24, 2024 - 16:56 | Brody Langager | Global News - Canada
TORONTO — Ontario will do away with sick note requirements for short absences as part of a larger effort to ease the administrative burden on doctors, the province's health minister said Wednesday. Read More
April 24, 2024 - 16:56 | The Canadian Press | Ottawa Citizen
Good evening, let’s start with today’s top stories:Campus officials said Columbia University would continue talks with pro-Palestinian protesters for another 48 hours, averting another confrontation between students and police, but the situation remains tense.University President Minouche Shafik had set a midnight deadline to reach an agreement on clearing an encampment of protesters on campus but the school extended negotiations, saying it was making “important progress.” Student protesters had committed to dismantling and removing a significant number of tents, the New York Ivy League...
April 24, 2024 - 16:55 | Emerald Bensadoun | The Globe and Mail