Day: July 23, 2022

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Canada’s bee colonies suffer worst losses in 20 years, mite explosion blamed

Nearly half of Canada’s honey bee colonies did not survive the winter, the highest rate of colony loss in the country in the past 20 years, preliminary data shows. “It’s quite disturbing,” said Ernesto Guzman, president of the Canadian Association of Professional Beekeepers, which surveyed commercial beekeepers across the country. Many factors can cause bees […]

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WHO declares expanding monkeypox outbreak a global emergency

The World Health Organization said on Saturday that the growing outbreak of monkeypox in more than 70 countries is an “extraordinary” situation that has now been labeled a global emergency, a statement that could spur new investment in treating the disease. once-rare disease and worsening the rush for rare vaccines. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus […]

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Lewis Hamilton will start 300th F1 race from fourth as Charles Leclerc takes pole

Lewis Hamilton will start his 300th Formula 1 race from fourth on the grid after Charles Leclerc secured pole position at the French Grand Prix. Leclerc breathed new life into his championship bid with a comprehensive win at the final round in Austria a fortnight ago. And the Monegasque will be in a prime position […]

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Ukraine, UN denounce Russian missile attack on Odessa following deal to unblock grain exports

Russian missiles hit Ukraine’s Black Sea port of Odessa hours after Moscow and Kyiv signed deals to allow grain exports to resume from there. Ukraine’s foreign ministry denounced Saturday’s strike as “spitting in the face” of Turkey and the United Nations, which brokered the deals. Two Russian missiles hit port infrastructure and Ukrainian air defenses […]

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latest updates as Jonas Vingaard aims to seal the yellow jersey

Filippo Ganna became the first runner to break the 50km/h barrier on the 40.7km course – GETTY IMAGES 3:11 p.m. Quintana warms up Nairobi Quintana (Arkéa-Samsic), who will descend the start ramp at 3:52 p.m., was seen sweating on the smart trainer. The Colombian will start fifth in the general classification and if it is […]

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Skittles was sued for containing titanium dioxide. Many other products have it too.

In a trial filed last weeka consumer alleged that the Skittles were “unfit for human consumption” because the rainbow candy contained a “known toxin” – an artificial coloring called titanium dioxide. Mars, the creator of Skittles, told several media that the company could not comment on pending litigation, but that its “use of titanium dioxide […]

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Expect more wildfires – across Europe and beyond – as society grapples with global warming

The scary wildfires plaguing Europe during bouts of extreme heat this summer are a blight the world will see more of in the future, scientists say. It raises questions about what can be done to lessen their impact as society grapples with the bigger challenges of trying to limit global warming. While there are steps […]

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CAL hopes to return to state championship game for first time since 2018

Radio Canada Alberta ultra-marathoner sets new record after crossing Canada in less than 68 days Dave Proctor was overwhelmed with emotion as he joined a cheering crowd of family members and supporters at Mile 0 in Victoria, B.C., on Thursday 67½ days after undertaking a real long distance run since St. John’s, Newfoundland. ultra-marathon runner […]

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Technology, cooking, beauty and more

The best Amazon Canada deals to shop this weekend. (Pictures via Amazon) Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share of purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Amazon Canada is a great place to shop […]

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Saturday heat advisory

WLKY meteorologist Susanne Horgan reviews your forecast.

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