1. Clever Cuttlefish Have Passed the Marshmallow Test  Hakai Magazine
  2. A Cephalopod Has Passed a Cognitive Test Designed For Human Children  ScienceAlert
  3. Cuttlefish can pass the marshmallow test  Ars Technica
  4. This surprising cephalopod challenges our understanding of human evolution  Inverse
  5. Quick-learning cuttlefish pass 'the marshmallow test'  Phys.org
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Biden withdraws budget director nomination amid opposition  Al Jazeera EnglishView Full coverage on Google News
  1. B.C. reports 438 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths  Global News
  2. What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C. for March 1  CBC.ca
  3. New vaccination site in Vancouver  KGW News
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  1. COVID-19: Longer interval between vaccine doses means restrictions will be lifted sooner: Henry  Vancouver Sun
  2. BC's decision to delay 2nd doses of COVID-19 vaccine a 'population-level experiment,' says federal science advisor - BC News  Castanet.net
  3. Questions surround B.C.’s decision to extend the gap between COVID-19 vaccine doses  Global News
  4. BC may not need second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to lift some restrictions: Dr. Henry | News  Daily Hive
  5. Canada's chief science advisor questions BC decision to extend COVID-19 vaccine doses | Watch News Videos Online  Globalnews.ca
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  1. B.C. reports 438 new COVID cases, 2 deaths; Dr. Henry defends vaccine plan  North Island Gazette
  2. B.C. extends gap between vaccine doses to 16 weeks as rollout accelerates  Richmond News
  3. Covid vaccination now on offer to 60-plus age group  Wirral Globe
  4. BC has now vaccinated more people from COVID-19 than total confirmed cases – Victoria News  Victoria News
  5. NHS invites people aged 60-plus to get Covid vaccination  Bradford Telegraph and Argus
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  1. Richmond company behind cameras that filmed NASA rover landing  Vancouver Is Awesome
  2. NASA Perseverance Mars Rover is Powered by 1990s iMac Processor  iPhone in Canada
  3. Simcoe scientist helping NASA find signs of ancient life on Mars  TheSpec.com
  4. NASA’s latest Mars rover has the same processor as an iMac from 1998  The Verge
  5. Abigail Allwood's Hunt for Alien Fossils on Mars Has Begun  Gizmodo
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  1. Microsoft’s new Mesh platform will let you meet with your coworkers in a virtual reality  Yahoo Canada Finance
  2. Introducing Microsoft Mesh  Microsoft
  3. Microsoft Mesh feels like the virtual future of Microsoft Teams meetings  The Verge
  4. Microsoft shows off its vision for future meetings, with your colleagues as holograms floating in space  CNBC
  5. Microsoft's AR Mesh Has Serious Pocket PC Vibes  PCMag.com
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  1. Maezawa wants you: Japan billionaire seeks 'crew' for moon trip  Financial Post
  2. Japanese billionaire to fly eight members of the public on SpaceX moon flight  CNBC
  3. Japanese billionaire is looking for eight people to join him for a Moon voyage on SpaceX rocket  The Verge
  4. Japanese billionaire seeks 8 crewmembers for moon-bound mission on SpaceX's Starship  Space.com
  5. Japanese Billionaire Seeks Crew for 'Fun' Trip Around the Moon  Bloomberg
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  1. B.C. rolls out COVID-19 vaccination plan for those over 80 and extends time between doses  Global News
  2. COVID-19 vaccines in B.C.: Here is when appointments can be booked for those in Phase 2  CTV News Vancouver
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Quebec pharmacies to administer COVID-19 vaccines on March 15: province  CTV News MontrealView Full coverage on Google News
B.C. COVID-19 vaccine plan: Seniors 80-plus can get vaccinated starting March 15  Vancouver SunView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Thousands of Uyghur workers in China are being relocated in an effort to assimilate Muslims, documents show  The Globe and Mail
  2. Evening Update: COVID-19 cases in Canada starting to climb again, Tam says; thousands of Uyghurs in China are being relocated in effort to assimilate Muslims, documents show  The Globe and Mail
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  1. B.C.'s delay of 2nd doses of COVID-19 vaccine based on 'science and data,' health officials say  CBC.ca
  2. B.C. seniors warned about potential phone fraud during vaccine rollout  Global News
  3. COVID-19 variants continue to increase in B.C. as province announces 1,478 new cases over 3 days  CBC.ca
  4. B.C.’s economic rebound will require more than a COVID-19 vaccine  The Globe and Mail
  5. 19 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on Vancouver Island  CTV Edmonton
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  1. COVID-19 vaccine bookings for 80-plus group fill up in under two hours  CTV News London
  2. 12 new COVID-19 cases in Middlesex-London Tuesday, online vaccine bookings full  CBC.ca
  3. Dozen new COVID-19 cases in Middlesex-London, three in Elgin-Oxford  CTV News London
  4. London-area 80-ups snap up 5,000 COVID vaccine bookings in two hours  London Free Press (Blogs)
  5. Coronavirus: 12 new cases reported in London-Middlesex; 10 cases in Sarnia-Lambton  Global News
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  1. One New Case of COVID-19, Additional Variant Cases Identified  Government of Nova Scotia
  2. COVID-19 vaccines to be made available in Nova Scotia pharmacies  CBC.ca
  3. N.S. reports one new case of COVID-19 as record testing continues; more variant cases identified  CTV News Atlantic
  4. TOM URBANIAK: Nova Scotia needs a child advocate  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  5. Two UK variants and five South African variants identified; one new COVID-19 case reported Tuesday  HalifaxToday.ca
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  1. Coronavirus: Texas moves to lift mask mandate and lift Covid rules  BBC News
  2. Texas ends pandemic mask mandate, despite warnings from medical experts  CBC.ca
  3. Texas governor lifts mask mandate, COVID restrictions  Al Jazeera English
  4. Texas governor lifts mask mandate and allows businesses to open at 100% capacity, despite health officials' warnings  CNN
  5. Texas Gov. Abbott announces plan to fully reopen businesses, end state mask mandate  Fox News
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B.C. averages 493 new COVID-19 cases per day over the weekend, 31 per day in Interior Health  CFJC Today KamloopsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Jahmil French dead: ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ star dies at 29  Global News
  2. Degrassi stars pay tribute to Jahmil French following the Toronto actor's death at age 29  blogTO
  3. Jahmil French, star of Degrassi: The Next Generation and Soundtrack, dead at 29  CBC.ca
  4. ‘Degrassi’ And ‘Soundtrack’ Star Jahmil French Dies At 29  ETCanada.com
  5. 'Degrassi: The Next Generation' star Jahmil French dead at 29  CTV Toronto
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Six Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to racist content  Global NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. 31 Thoughts: Why NHL is exploring the NBA Top Shot trend  Sportsnet.ca
  2. Digital authentication opens new doors for art, sports collectors  Japan Today
  3. NBA Top Shot: Everything you need to know about 'next level collectibles' and what it means for the league  CBS Sports
  4. NBAs Top Shop claims to have garnered over $230 MILLION in gross sales  Republic TV
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  1. Ontario still working out plan to deal with influx of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine doses  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  2. Morning Headlines: School in Scarborough temporarily closed, COVID vaccine appointments booked in Yo  CityNews Toronto
  3. Ontario reports 966 new coronavirus cases; 11 more deaths  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  4. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise, active cases fall Tuesday with 54 new cases in Ottawa  CTV Edmonton
  5. Column: Teachers, those over 80 should get vaccination priority  The Sudbury Star
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  1. 'Frankly stunning' GDP growth puts Bank of Canada in the hot seat  BNN
  2. Canadian economy posted its worst showing on record in 2020  CTV News
  3. Canadian economy suffers biggest contraction since the Great Depression  Financial Post
  4. Canadian economy beats expectations in fourth quarter as real GDP grows 2.3%  The Globe and Mail
  5. After worst year on record, Canadian economy enters 2021 with double digit growth  Medicine Hat News
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  1. Watchdog recommends no charges against RCMP officers who shot at Nova Scotia fire hall  Global News
  2. Watchdog clears RCMP officers who shot at N.S. firehall during mass shootings  CBC.ca
  3. RCMP officers cleared of any wrongdoing after discharging their firearms during the N.S. mass shooting  CTV News Atlantic
  4. Mounties who fired at officer, civilian during N.S. mass shooting won't face charges  HalifaxToday.ca
  5. During the hunt for Nova Scotia’s mass killer, these two Mounties fired at a fellow officer and a civilian. A watchdog has cleared them of wrongdoing  Toronto Star
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  1. Calgary man murdered mother, stepfather a week after killing girlfriend, judge told in plea  CBC.ca
  2. Triple-murder suspect pleads guilty just days before he was to face Calgary jury  Calgary Herald
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  1. OPEC production plunges as Saudis deliver extra oil cutbacks  BNN
  2. OPEC Decision To Raise Output Could Keep U.S. Gasoline Under $3  OilPrice.com
  3. Posthaste: Let OPEC fight all it wants — the Canadian oilpatch can survive at US$45 oil, thrive at US$50  Financial Post
  4. OPINION: Asia's physical crude oil isn't as tight as Brent pricing suggests: Russell  ETEnergyworld.com
  5. Oil steady before OPEC+ talks on supply amid economic recovery  The Globe and Mail
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  1. Microsoft to add new shared channels, encryption for calls, webinar features to Teams  ZDNet
  2. Microsoft Ignite 2021 Live Stream  Microsoft Ignite
  3. Microsoft Teams getting new presentation features, better support for webinars  MobileSyrup
  4. Microsoft’s new Intelligent Speakers deliver its promised meeting room of the future  The Verge
  5. Microsoft boosts Teams with new presenter tools and PowerPoint integration  Engadget
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  1. Ontario reports 11 additional COVID-19 deaths, daily cases below 1,000  CityNews Toronto
  2. Ontario reports 966 new coronavirus cases, 11 more deaths  Global News
  3. Coronavirus: Peel Region clarifies student isolation policy | Watch News Videos Online  Globalnews.ca
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COVID-19 Today: A look at the numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario  NewmarketToday.caView Full coverage on Google News
Ontario reports 966 new coronavirus cases; 11 more deaths  CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Tuesday Habs Headlines: Work Still To Do  Habs Eyes on the Prize
  2. Canadiens Notebook: Ducharme living dream; Price and Danault’s usage  Sportsnet.ca
  3. Anderson on ice before Canadiens practice  TSN
  4. Canadiens Notebook: Dominique Ducharme keeps working on his new system  Montreal Gazette
  5. Canadiens vs. Senators: Start time, Tale of the Tape, and how to watch  Habs Eyes on the Prize
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  1. DJI Reinvents The Drone Flying Experience With The DJI FPV  Canada NewsWire
  2. DJI FPV review: fast and furious  The Verge
  3. DJI FPV drone hands-on: A high-speed immersive flying experience with 4K video for $1,299  CNET
  4. The DJI FPV Drone Lets You Fly Through Its Eyes - IGN  IGN
  5. DJI FPV drone review: fast and furious  The Verge
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  1. The most stunning Android phone of the year just leaked — and it’s not from Samsung  Tom's Guide
  2. More Oppo Find X3 Pro renders leak alongside full specs list  9to5Google
  3. Oppo Find X3 Pro, X3 Lite, and X3 Neo specs and renders leak - GSMArena.com news  GSMArena.com
  4. OPPO Find X3 leaks leave almost nothing to the imagination  XDA Developers
  5. The OnePlus 9 and Find X3 series to beat Apple and Samsung again with the first 'billion-color' phones  PhoneArena
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  1. Canadian economy suffers biggest contraction since the Great Depression  Financial Post
  2. Canadian economy posted its worst showing on record in 2020  CTV News
  3. Canadian economy contracted 5.4% in 2020, worst year on record  CityNews Toronto
  4. CANADA: Country's economy contracted 5.4 per cent in 2020, worst year on record  Sudbury.com
  5. Canada's economy heats up in January after 5.4% 2020 contraction  BNN
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AstraZeneca, Moderna or Pfizer? Take whichever COVID-19 vaccine you're offered, experts say  The Globe and MailView Full coverage on Google News
COVID-19 in B.C.: Health officials to reveal 3 days' worth of cases, deaths, outbreaks  CTV News VancouverView Full coverage on Google News
  1. 2020 was the worst year on record for Canada's economy. It shrank by 5.4%  CBC.ca
  2. Global National: Feb. 28, 2021 | Canada faces scrutiny over COVID-19 vaccine rollout  Global News
  3. Opinion | The U.S. Has the Power to Tamp Down Coronavirus Variants — If We’re Willing to Use It  POLITICO
  4. Provincial police investigating homicide, attempted murder after two women found in Laurentians home  CBC.ca
  5. Man charged in killing of Justin Delorme has charges stayed, another man charged  CBC.ca
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  1. Ontario backs isolation of potentially exposed children, but says 'common sense' needed  Toronto Sun
  2. Coronavirus: Ontario health official comments on Peel Region student isolation policy | Watch News Videos Online  Globalnews.ca
  3. Peel Region recalls flyer suggesting solo self-isolation for children | Watch News Videos Online  Globalnews.ca
  4. Coronavirus: Peel Region clarifies student isolation policy following online backlash  Global News
  5. AGAR: Blind obsession over case counts can lead to things like child isolation policies  Toronto Sun
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US expected to sanction Russians for Navalny poisoning  Al Jazeera EnglishView Full coverage on Google News
  1. COVID-19: BC seniors aged 90+ can start to sign up for vaccination on March 8 – Rossland News  Rossland News
  2. B.C. to offer second dose of COVID vaccine after 4 months  Vancouver Is Awesome
  3. India giving COVID-19 vaccines to more people as cases rise  Taiwan News
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Human origins: 'Little Foot' fossil's big journey out of Africa  BBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Rare 'locked' letter sealed 300 years ago is finally opened virtually  CTV News
  2. Secrets of sealed 17th century letters revealed by dental X-ray scanners  Phys.org
  3. A Letter Sealed for Centuries Has Been Read—Without Even Opening It  The Wall Street Journal
  4. Algorithm reveals contents of fragile letters sealed for 300 years  New Scientist
  5. Sealed letter from the 17th century has been read for the first time WITHOUT opening it  Daily Mail
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Fauci urges Americans to accept any of three COVID vaccines  Al Jazeera EnglishView Full coverage on Google News
  1. York, Hamilton among regions offering vaccine to oldest residents  Toronto Sun
  2. Coronavirus: The benefits and challenges of a vaccine certificate system  Global News
  3. China ‘to provide 400,000 COVID vaccine doses’ to Afghanistan  Al Jazeera English
  4. Coronavirus UK: Nadhim Zahawi says NHS vaccine speed will double in March  Daily Mail
  5. Officials shift resources away from COVID-19 testing to vaccinations  CBS This Morning
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  1. COVID-19 vaccination ramps up in several provinces as supply worries ease  CTV News
  2. Want to know who's getting vaccinated this week? Here's a look ahead  CBC.ca
  3. Ontario may speed up COVID-19 vaccinations by postponing booster shots for even longer  Toronto Star
  4. Ford government wants to push back second dose of COVID-19 vaccines to four months  CTV Toronto
  5. Who is essential? Unions in Ontario want to know as COVID-19 vaccine rollout picks up speed  CBC.ca
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  1. Six Dr. Seuss books won't be published for racist images  CTV News
  2. 6 Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to racist imagery  CBC.ca
  3. Six Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published because they perpetuate racial stereotypes  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  4. 6 Dr. Seuss books won't be published for racist images  CTV News
  5. 6 Dr. Seuss books will stop being published due to racist, insensitive imagery  CityNews Toronto
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  1. BC reveals vaccine plan for those over age 80 and extends time period between doses - BC News  Castanet.net
  2. First doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine arrive in Ohio this week  WLWT Cincinnati
  3. Indiana Softball Concludes Weekend by Winning Three of Its Last Four  Sports Illustrated
  4. FedEx Prepares For COVID-19 Vaccine Volume Growth, Begins Shipping Newly Approved Vaccine  Yahoo Finance
  5. Next phase in Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccinations opens Thursday; here’s who eligible  NBC4 WCMH-TV
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B.C. extends wait between COVID-19 vaccine doses to four months  News 1130View Full coverage on Google News
  1. Ontario, Alberta, Yukon expand COVID-19 vaccine rollout  CBC News
  2. COVID-19 vaccination booking sites busy in Ontario regions offering shots to oldest seniors  Global News
  3. Some Ontario health units set to begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to their oldest residents  The Globe and Mail
  4. Want to know who's getting vaccinated this week? Here's a look ahead  CBC.ca
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  1. COVID-19 vaccines on Vancouver Island: What you need to know  CTV News VI
  2. B.C. Residents Will Get 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Dose By July, As 2nd Doses Delayed  HuffPost Canada
  3. Optimistic news from BC health officials as Phase 2 vaccine rollout plans announced | Watch News Videos Online  Globalnews.ca
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  1. B.C. frontline, essential workers may now get COVID-19 shots sooner  News 1130
  2. B.C. rolls out COVID-19 vaccination plan for those over 80 and extends time between doses  Global News
  3. COVID-19 vaccine doses will be administered 16 weeks apart in B.C.  Yahoo News UK
  4. B.C. says all eligible adults should get first dose of COVID-19 vaccine by end of July  Global News
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