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by The Canadian Press | 6 hours ago
Ontario drivers could see government-mandated stickers about the price of the carbon tax on gas pumps across the province, as the Progressive Conservatives continue their battle…
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Luxury brand Acura is recalling 360,000-plus SUVs worldwide, including 32,880 in Canada, because water can get into the tail lights and make them go dark. The recall is mostly in…
by Coleman Molnar | 7 hours ago
Fiat Chrysler Heritage has listed for sale a pair of fully restored limited-edition Alfa Romeo 8C models, one with almost no miles on it. The formerly-company-owned 2007 8C…
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Nissan’s former Chairman Carlos Ghosn maintained his innocence in a video released by his legal team Tuesday, and accused some executives at the Japanese automaker of a…
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In a bid to fight air pollution, London has introduced one of the world’s toughest vehicle emissions standards, placing a tax on older, more polluting cars that drive into the…
We have sent a large number of spacecraft and satellites into space. This must reduce the mass of the planet, albeit by a small amount. Does this reduction affect Earth's gravity with respect to the sun and moon?
Does the space junk orbiting Earth have any effect on the amount of solar energy reaching the surface of our planet, either by absorbing or reflecting it?
Why aren't hit-and-run attacks common in the animal kingdom? Surely a barracuda or shark could take a meal-sized chunk out of the back or belly of a whale before it could respond. The same goes for smaller pairings of animals.
What creates accents? Is it purely psychological, or is there some physiological element in play?
Do insects have emotions in the same way humans and mammals do? For example, would a fly feel sad if it saw its brother die?
I was impressed by the size of the prey captured by this crab spider (see photo), seeing as they don't use webs to catch food. How much of it would the spider eat and is there a "best before" date?
Back roads in Australia often have hundreds of metres of gravel corrugations, or ridges. They are always a few centimetres high, spaced about 30 centimetres apart... and annoying for vehicle occupants. What causes them?
While quietly walking my small dog, we often pass houses where the dog inside, which is out of sight, begins barking. How does the dog know to bark if it can't see, smell or hear us?
What is the worst that could happen if the entire world's internet were to go down for a day? (Perhaps we could do this intentionally and make it an international holiday!)
Many workplaces I visit have a row of three toilets. If all three are available and I want to use the least visited – and hopefully cleanest – which should I choose?