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History was made Thursday.
The value of a single Bitcoin exceeded that of an ounce of gold, for the first time ever.
By Friday morning, the encrypted digital currency was worth $1712.06, compared to $1228.7 for a troy ounce of gold.
Around the same time last year, Bitcoin’s value sat at around $360, nearly five times less than where it’s sitting now.
Ontario’s will be seeing relief from high hydro bills following a decade of steadily increasing rates and the Liberals’ steady decline in approval ratings.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced a new plan Thursday morning that will reduce hydro rates by about 17% on the average bill.
That’s on top of the 8% reduction announced at the beginning of the year, making rates drop by a total of 25% on average.
Wynne said the rate relief strategy—which will kick in this summer—is built to last.
Heart-wrenching tweets from 7-year-old Aleppo girl show an inside look of Aleppo International, News, Uncategorized
By: Kylie Vaillancourt Bana Alabed, a seven-year-old girl who received thousands of followers from tweeting in Aleppo since September, tweeted Sunday that her house had been bombed. Tonight we have no house, it’s bombed & I got in rubble. I saw deaths and I almost died. – Bana #Aleppo pic.twitter.com/arGYZaZqjg — Bana Alabed (@AlabedBana) November
By: Sveta Soloveva Tattoo artists usually have many paintings in their portfolio, but hardly anyone seems to see them unless they’re checking their Instagram accounts, said Emily May Rose, a Toronto-based illustrator and curator of a new exhibition in the city’s west end . She approached her 12 favourite tattoo artists in the city and displayed at the Northern
By: Sargon Jajjo Desire for change may play a critical factor in two provincial by-elections being held Thursday in Ontario The by-elections will be held in Ottawa-Vanier, traditionally a seat the Liberal government controls. The second by-election will be held in the Niagara-West Glanbrook region, which has been held by the Progressive Conservatives and where
By: Shaunte Sterling The Humber community came together for its annual Aboriginal Services Fair and All Nations Pow-Wow in the school’s Ignite Student Centre on Thursday. The event organized by the Aboriginal Resource Center showcased traditional drumming, dancing and craft vendors. Amy Rochard comes to the Humber Pow-Wow every year and appreciates students who has