Green leader Annamie Paul to show up at the Toronto Center, setting the stage for rematch

Annamie Paul doubles over Toronto Center. The Green Party leader plans to announce her nomination contest Thursday ahead of a possible federal election, setting her up for a rematch in the riding she failed to win in a by-election ago. less than four months. Paul came in second after Liberal newcomer Marci Ien in October following the resignation of former […]

Coronavirus: What’s Happening in Canada and Around the World Thursday

The last: Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany failed to act quickly enough last fall to prevent a second rise in coronavirus infections. “We haven’t shut down public life early enough or consistently enough amid signs of a second wave and warnings from various scientists,” she told lawmakers on Thursday. Merkel and the governors of Germany’s 16 states agreed on Wednesday […]

Maskeler beynimizin yüzleri tanıma yeteneği ile karıştırılıyor, ancak araştırmalar gümüş bir kaplama olduğunu gösteriyor.

Salgından neredeyse bir yıl sonra, kapıdan çıkmadan önce maskenizi çıkardığınızı hatırlamak kolay olabilir, ancak bir komşunuzu, iş arkadaşınızı veya üçüncü kuzeni giyerken tanımak hala bir zorluktur. Toronto’daki York Üniversitesi’nde sinirbilimci olan Ires Freud, “Dünyadaki pek çok insan bugünlerde düzenli olarak maske takıyor” dedi ve “Bu, şimdiye kadar yapılmış en büyük yüz tanıma deneyi gibi.” Freud ve meslektaşları yakın zamanda, bir […]

Store closure: Vancouver’s Chinatown battered by crime, COVID-19 and dirty streets

In its heyday, Vancouver’s Chinatown was a bustling neighborhood. It was a whirlwind of culture, commerce and community as Chinese bakeries, fresh produce markets and butcher shops were teeming with customers. But today the streets are mostly empty. There are almost as many planks of wood covering the windows as there are “open” neon signs. Vandalism and dirt are now […]