Sci/Tech

Calgary shoppers were given a rude surprise last week when they discovered two local malls used facial recognition this summer to track shoppers’ age and gender....

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EpiPen auto-injectors are currently in limited supply and Pfizer Canada isn't expecting a new shipment until the end of August....

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This is a groundbreaking find for archaeologists, suggesting bread was made before the advent of agriculture 4,000 years ago....

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Humber College has signed five-year partnership agreement with SEW-EURODRIVE to develop the skills and bring more practical experience to students....

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July 17 celebrates World Emoji Day ?

July 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

The popular ideograms and smileys have become a global phenomenon and are used worldwide in electronic messages and websites to convey a form of expression....

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NASA’s Kepler telescope is running low on fuel after nine years of discovering exoplanets beyond our solar system....

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A new study out of Ontario found women participants who worked over 45 hours a week saw a significantly increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to those who worked less....

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In two years time, driverless vehicles will hit Toronto to transport passengers on trips to and from Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) stations....

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A new report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) says nearly half of family caregivers of those living with dementia are experiencing distress....

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The report’s preliminary evidence explains exercise may play a part in both prevention and management of anxiety in children, including those with neurodevelopment disabilities....

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