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What Can You Do for Free in Toronto?

Toronto is a cultural hub with more excitement and life to offer than any other major city in the world. …

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UNESCO highlights the role of women in science and at the forefront of combating the pandemic

The lack of gender diversity in the areas of science is a matter of concern and that is why UNESCO…

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Buccaneers win this year’s Super Bowl

Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccanners to the team’s second Super Bowl victory. The NFL title champions were defeated,…

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Pope appoints nun as undersecretary of Synod of Bishops

Pope Francis chose for the first time a woman as undersecretary of the Synod of Bishops, French nun Nathalie Becquart,…

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Chinese New Year by Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max camera

On February 12th, China celebrates the arrival of the new year. To mark this event, Apple produced a short film…

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Giant Barcelos rooster on the way to Toronto’s Little Portugal

The Little Portugal Commercial Association in Dundas, the Toronto City Council, the Consulate General of Portugal and the Street Art…

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Artificial Intelligence detects prostate cancer with urine analysis

A team from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced that they had created a machine capable of…

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University turns old smartphones into microscopes

A university in Bangkok, Thailand, found an even more ingenious way to use old phones. Chulalongkorn University, in cooperation with…

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Submarine cable connecting Portugal to Latin America starts operating in 2021

The addition of the new infrastructure that will connect Portugal to Latin America through a transatlantic submarine fiber optic cable…

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More than 50 countries are committed to protecting 30% of land and oceans

The High Ambition Coalition (HAC) for Nature and People, a coalition of more than 50 countries on six continents, has…

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