Sci/Tech

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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Google has launched its new job search feature in Canada on Thursday. The search tool was created to help job seekers navigate postings more efficiently during their job hunts. ...

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A team of researchers from McMaster University have developed a patch to detect harmful pathogens in food. ...

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Starting Friday, anyone with an LTE cellphone will receive emergency alerts about possible nationwide threats, including natural disasters, terrorist attacks or Amber Alerts. ...

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Digital privacy was a major concern of attendees at a public consultation hosted by Sidewalk Toronto on Tuesday....

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Matthew Frank Wars in space might not involve darting spaceships, fiery explosions and grand laser battles from the movies. But, a new branch of the military seems like something straight out of science fiction —...

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Amy Chen Electric blue strobe lights hit the stage of video game players when they faced off against each other, each hoping to be crowned the EGLX Hearthstone champion. Onlookers held their collective breath in...

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