If the world keeps getting warmer, Toronto could feel like Washington, D.C., by 2050: study

If you’ve ever been to Washington, D.C., in the middle of July, you know how hot and humid the city can feel. In 30

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Nearly 53,000 sexual assault cases treated by Ontario doctors over 15 years: study

Ontario doctors and emergency departments saw 52,780 cases of sexual assault between 2002 and 2016, according to a new study. The study, conducted by

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Of 160 high-emitting companies, 20 are on track to hit Paris targets: study – National

Only one in eight of the world’s most-polluting companies are on track to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in line with global temperature goals,

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Study links trauma from residential schools to overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in care

New research conducted at the University of British Columbia is shedding light on the relationship between residential schools and the modern day child welfare

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Second-hand harm from alcohol ‘extremely prevalent’ according to new study – National

Just like cigarettes, alcohol creates second-hand harms, a new study suggests. Over a 12-month period, more than one in five women and nearly one

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Virtual reality more effective in spurring storm evacuation than alerts: study – National

Virtual reality simulations work better than traditional alerts in motivating people to evacuate ahead of hurricanes, research said on Friday, part of efforts to

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Hamilton lacks dedicated queer spaces for LGBTQ2 community: study – Hamilton

A comprehensive study consulting Hamilton’s LGBTQ2 community has found there is a severe lack of dedicated queer spaces in the city. Mapping the Void

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Sea star wasting disease: ‘The more we study it, the less we understand’

Volunteers in Campbell River are studying the ongoing problem of sea star wasting disease and what caused its resurgence in recent years. Campbell River

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Burnaby council approves further study into SFU gondola – BC

SFU is closer to getting a gondola between Production Way Skytrain and the university than ever before. Monday night at Burnaby City Council, it

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Minor stroke diagnosis less likely in women than men, study shows

Women are less likely to be diagnosed with minor strokes than men when they show up to emergency rooms, according to new research with patients

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