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New Zealand quakes: Canada’s fault lines International,News,Uncategorized

By: Chris Besik As New Zealand recovers from a cluster of powerful earthquakes and after-shocks, earthquake experts in Canada say this country could be rocked by similar quakes on our West Coast. “People in Vancouver have chosen to live there, so they’re going to get an earthquake every 100 years or so and in California the same,”

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Updated: Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti International,News

By: Alia Richardson and Chris Besik Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti Tuesday. The National Hurricane Centre reported hurricane wind speeds at 233 km/h. CNN has reported at least three deaths from the storm. “It comes down to the issue of the degree to which infrastructure has been hardened,” said Kent Moore, a professor at

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U of T’s new race-based census to point way towards diversity News

Phil Witmer The University of Toronto plans to introduce a race-focused census next fall to better analyze the school population’s ethnic background. The study, encompassing all 85,000 current U of T students, will be the largest of its kind among Ontario post-secondary institutions. U of T Human Resources VP Angela Hildyard told Humber News that

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