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Feds expected to announce an end to random arrival testing at Canada’s airports

The federal government is expected to announce today it will soon end the mandatory randomized arrival testing for incoming travelers at Canada’s airports, CBC News has learned — a move that comes as the US signals it also will ease up on some testing requirements. As a result, starting as soon as Saturday, June 11, …

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California ‘Hell Hole’ Caving Video Terrifies the Internet: ‘Nope’

A video showing how two people squeeze into an extremely tight California cave system dubbed “Hell Hole” has caused many Reddit users to say “nope.” The video was posted to the subreddit r/NextF***ingLevel on Thursday where it quickly gained more than 15,000 upvotes and around 2,000 comments in under a day. Originally published on YouTube …

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Hydrodynamic model of fish orientation in a channel flow

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain For over a century, scientists have sought to understand how fish orient against an incoming flow, even without visual and flow cues. In a study published in eLiferesearchers explore a potential hydrodynamic mechanism of fish rheotaxis—movement away or toward water currents—through the study of the bidirectional coupling between fish and the …

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Ontario COVID numbers: 536 people in hospital, 110 in intensive care

Ontario is reporting 536 people in hospital with COVID on Friday, with 110 in intensive care. This is down by 13 for hospitalizations and a decrease of eight for ICUs since the previous day as hospitals report a week-over-week decline. Last Friday, there were 669 hospitalizations with 117 in ICU. According to latest data for …

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Road closures, TTC service disruptions across Toronto this weekend

Several road closures and transit disruptions are in store this weekend as special events and festivals return to Toronto. Here’s what you need to know: Ride to Conquer Cancer Road closures are planned on Lake Shore Boulevard W. on Saturday as thousands of cyclists prepare to hit the road for the 15th annual Enbridge Ride …

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How does inflation impact your savings? The “rule of 72” may help

Catherine McQueen | Time | Getty Images Inflation is eroding the value of consumers’ savings at the fastest pace in four decades. The Consumer Price Index, which gauges how quickly costs are rising for a basket of goods and services, jumped 8.6% in May from a year earlier, the US Department of Labor said Friday. …

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Tony-nominated Arnulfo Maldonado Shares Pride and Joy From His Corner of the Internet

Here at Mozilla, we are the first to admit the internet isn’t perfect, but we are also quick to point out that the internet is pretty darn magical. The internet opens up doors and opportunities, allows for people to connect with others, and lets everyone find where they belong — their corners of the internet. …

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Scientists find oldest belly button in the world on a dinosaur fossil

Breadcrumb Trail Links World News ‘Exquisitely’ preserved fossil that lived 125 million years ago shows proof of belly buttons in at least some dinosaurs Laser image of the bipedal Psittacosaurus showing the umbilical scar and scales. Photo by Bell et al., BMC Biology, 2022 Content item An “exquisitely” preserved dinosaur fossil has revealed the soft …

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Arrest made in case of Richmond Hill teen murdered in restaurant arson

Police have made an arrest after an investigation into the July 2021 case of North York restaurant arson that killed an 18-year-old Richmond Hill resident. On July 10, at approximately 3 am, Toronto police officers responded to reports of a fire at the Slam Restaurant, located at 3685 Keele Street Investigators allege that a fire …

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