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Vaping in schools: $30M for surveillance, security won’t address student needs

Vaping in schools: $30M for surveillance, security won’t address student needs

The use of vape detectors in schools is marketed as a way to keep children safe, but some groups say it signals increased monitoring of students that raises privacy concerns
Circus comes to the Southridge Mall this week

Circus comes to the Southridge Mall this week

Clowns, acrobats, aerialists and daredevils, oh my!
Opinion: Understanding Canada's greenhouse gas inventory

Opinion: Understanding Canada's greenhouse gas inventory

Climate activist Cathy Orlando says Canada has done a good job of cutting greenhouse gas emissions below pre-pandemic levels, but inconsistent provincial regulations 
Can plants grow your meds? U of G researchers think so

Can plants grow your meds? U of G researchers think so

U of G researchers have recently confirmed molecular mechanisms that could turn molecular pharming research into industrial and commercial realities
NDP: Ontario workers need formal protection from extreme heat

NDP: Ontario workers need formal protection from extreme heat

New Democrats and organized labour call for more protection against climate-driven heat stress in the workplace
College graduates are on the front lines against cyber attacks

College graduates are on the front lines against cyber attacks

With cyber attacks on the rise at organizations of all types and sizes, Sudbury’s Cambrian College introduced a cybersecurity program in 2022
Applications open for rural, Francophone immigration pilot

Applications open for rural, Francophone immigration pilot

Economic development organizations have until July 2 to apply
Flags replaced on veterans’ graves at Civic Cemetery

Flags replaced on veterans’ graves at Civic Cemetery

‘They've given everything for their country, so it's very important for us,’ says local Navy League rep
'There’s always been people there': Decades-old photos offer unique look at the Far North

'There’s always been people there': Decades-old photos offer unique look at the Far North

70 years ago, John Macfie captured life in the North while travelling for work, the snapshots uncovered by a Willow Cree writer are offering a unique glimpse into the past
Safe rides, good deeds all in a day’s work for Uride

Safe rides, good deeds all in a day’s work for Uride

Northern-created ridesharing app makes foray into Latin America