Day: March 27, 2022

CA

Some residential school survivors say pope and church owe more than an apology as delegation to Vatican this week

Warning: This story contains disturbing details Warren Seeseequasis plods through the snowy field where St. Michael’s Indian Residential School once stood. “Where the other two pines are, that’s where the school was,” says Seeseequasis. In the adjacent cemetery, crosses and small tombstones mark the graves of former students. When the snow clears, local residents will […]

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Global

Researchers find second black box in East China plane crash

The second black box was recovered from the crash of a China Eastern Boeing 737-800 that killed all 132 people on board last week, Chinese state media said on Sunday. Firefighters involved in the search found the recorder, an orange cylinder, on a mountain slope about 1.5 meters underground, state broadcaster CCTV said. Experts have […]

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CA

The great gray owl reverses the scenario of the animal photographer of Quebec

Anaïs Trépanier was to be the photographer, not the subject. But during a photo expedition in the Côte-de-Beaupré region north of Quebec last week, a great gray owl came up with other ideas. “I was clicking the shutter and a few seconds later I see it landing on my lens,” she said. Break awayIt’s Alison […]

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Global

Prince William says the Commonwealth is tied to the monarchy down to the people

As Caribbean nations debate their relationship with the British Crown, Prince William says he will support and respect any decision made by the people. William, second in line to the throne, made the comments after an eight-day tour of Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas during which he and his wife Kate were celebrated but also […]

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CA

Nova Scotia hospital will be the first in Canada to screen for colon cancer with an AI machine

A Nova Scotia hospital will be the first in Canada to use artificial intelligence-powered equipment that can detect colorectal cancer faster, saving lives. Dartmouth General Hospital expects a GI Genius smart endoscopy device to arrive in early April, just months after the technology was approved for use in Canada. It’s a system that scans images […]

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Car theft tracking; Cry of Adoption: The CBC Marketplace Cheat Sheet

Missing something this week? Do not panic. Radio Canada Marlet brings together the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get the Marlet newsletter every friday. Do you have a car with push-to-start ignition? Here’s Why It Can End Up Stolen and Abroad If you drive a car that you bought […]

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Entertainment

The Oscars are a show fighting for its life, but should we even care?

If you want to understand the war the Oscars are waging, imagine this. You’ve made an incredibly successful film during perhaps the most difficult times in cinematic history, re-adapting a story that’s been tried twice before. Numerous press articles claim that you helped save the industry by bringing audiences back to theaters, while simultaneously launching […]

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CA

Raptors rout Pacers after long game delay due to fire at Scotiabank Arena

Pascal Siakam had 23 points, while Scottie Barnes added 19 and the Toronto Raptors crushed the Indiana Pacers 131-91 on Saturday, in a game suspended for 70 minutes due to a fire in a loudspeaker at the Scotiabank Arena. Play resumed with no fans in the building. The Raptors led 66-38 when the game was […]

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CA

Raptors and Pacers game suspended in 1st half due to ‘small electrical fire’ at Scotiabank Arena

The Toronto Raptors’ game against the visiting Indiana Pacers was suspended at the end of the first half due to a fire at Scotiabank Arena. Fans were ordered out of the building with 4:05 left in the first half, and the Raptors up 66-38. Raptors officials and the Toronto Fire Department were determining whether the […]

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Global

Fast-moving wildfire in Colorado forces more than 1,200 people from their homes

Residents of southern Boulder, Colorado and the Eldorado Springs area were ordered to leave their homes on Saturday due to a fast-moving wildfire near the site of a destructive 2021 blaze . The wildfire had grown to 24 hectares by late afternoon, Boulder Police spokeswoman Dionne Waugh said. About 1,200 people in Boulder had been […]

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