Oct 25, 2016 02:05 a.m.
Hpv Vaccine Programs Needed To Curb Rise Of Mouth, Throat Cancers: Experts
A new report by the Canadian Cancer Society finds that mouth and throat cancers caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) are on the rise among men and are set to surpass the rate of cervical cancer in females, leading the CCS to urge more Canadian provinces to establish HPV vaccination programs for boys as well […]
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Oct 25, 2016 06:00 a.m.
Sortir Du Nucléaire? Le Cœur Du Mix énergétique Suisse Placé Dans Sa Perspective Européenne
Par Alexandre Mouthon L’industrie du nucléaire civile est fréquemment animée par la controverse, portant sur ses risques, et régulièrement traversée par des actualités d’apparences contradictoires. Certains décident d’y mettre un terme, quand d’autres se lancent dans la construction d’un nouveau site. La catastrophe nucléaire de Fukushima en 2011 a relancé les débats. L’image, très ressassée, […] 
Oct 25, 2016 02:35 a.m.
What’S With These Laced Cycling Shoes?!
Have you ever had the urge to wear your cycling kit to work and avoid all the changing in and out of cycling clothes to work attire? With some laced cycling shoes you still won’t be able to, with your cleats click-clacking underneath you, but you will look like you belong at the office. Laced […]
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Oct 25, 2016 03:10 a.m.
Climate Change Committee Not Unanimous On Pricing
STATEMENT 24 October 2016 Climate Change Committee not unanimous on pricing Fredericton-In a statement released Monday, PC Environment critic Brian Keirstead says the Official Opposition worked hard to protect New Brunswickers from the impacts of a new Liberal carbon tax. “On behalf of my colleague MLA Jody Carr and myself let me say that we 
Oct 25, 2016 12:40 a.m.
Pei Chapter Hosts Gordon Laxer Talk On 'After The Sands'
October 24, 2016 - 10:30pm
The Council of Canadians Prince Edward Island chapter hosted a talk this evening by author-activist Gordon Laxer on his book After the Sands: Energy and Ecological Security for Canadians.
In this book Laxer argues for the need to plan beyond the tar sands, which he refers to as the Sands. He writes, a “first step is to cap and then phase out the Sands over fifteen years [meaning by 2030], starting with the oldest projects.” And he highlights, “Canada can ... 
Oct 25, 2016 09:45 a.m.
Thrifty Rental Cars Adds Tesla Model S To Fleet At Canberra Airport (Australia)
October 23rd, 2016 by James Ayre
It’s now possible to rent a Tesla Model S through a mainstream rental agency in Australia, thanks to Thrifty’s decision to add one to its rental fleet at Canberra Airport.
This is apparently the only Model S yet added to the firm’s fleet, though, so those looking to rent a car in Melbourne, Sydney, or elsewhere are out of luck.
Considering that Canberra is the only territory or state in Australia to offer any kind of electric vehicle (EV) purchase ... 
Oct 25, 2016 11:35 a.m.
Dennis Oland Could Be Released On Bail Today To Await New Trial
Dennis Oland, who has been in prison for 10 months, serving a life sentence in the 2011 death of his father Richard, could be released on bail today while awaiting a new trial after the New Brunswick Court of Appeal overturned his conviction.
Oct 25, 2016 12:20 a.m.
As Diesel Spill Spreads, So Do Fears About Canada'S Slow Response
Volunteers from First Nations tribe rushed to respond while official help lagged, causing widespread damage. By Heather Libby, The Tyee This opinion column was originally published by The Tyee.The tugboat Nathan E. Stewart and barge DBL 55 were traveling back down the B.C. coast after delivering petroleum products in Ketchikan, Alaska in the early morning Oct. 13. See Also: The Many Unknowns of Inevitable Arctic Oil ...