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By: Sukh Toor Spring is here and rain is to be expected, but the evening snow is not. “It’s April and people will not be used to this. but certainly they [commuters] should leave earlier and drive slower,” said Peter Kimbell, warning preparedness meteorologist for Environment Canada. Rainfall in the GTA is expected to be
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.
Map made by Chris Besik By: Tyler Bloomfield, Hunter Crowther Donald Trump has surpassed 270 electoral votes and Hillary Clinton called him to concede the election, meaning Trump has become the president-elect of the United States. Despite nearly every major poll indicating Clinton would become the first female president of the United States, Trump shocked
By: Chris Besik All across the United States people are on alert for voting irregularities and Humber News reporters covering the election in Buffalo discovered problems at two polling stations leading to some frustration for voters. Humber News spoke to a woman outside of a Erie county polling station,who expressed concern about issues with polling
By: Sveta Soloveva Some Torontonians say they agree getting a costume for Halloween can be economically and environmentally wasteful. They share their ideas of the spooky looks that celebrate the event and respect the environment. [View the story “Go green and spend less this Halloween ” on Storify]
By: Ken Kellar A new study of one of our interstellar neighbours is helping to support a theory there may be water elsewhere in our solar system. NASA this week announced the findings of an observational campaign of Jupiter’s icy moon Europa, where scientists have determined that there is strong evidence to support the existence of
By: Ken Kellar Gord Downie isn’t letting cancer hold him back. The Tragically Hip frontman announced a set of shows in support of his multimedia project Secret Path. The second of the two shows will be at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto on Oct. 21. Downie announced the shows via Twitter early Tuesday. In the