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Brain wave-powered tech allows Canadian kids 'trapped in their own bodies' to play

Brain wave-powered tech allows Canadian kids 'trapped in their own bodies' to play

TORONTO — Eight-year-old Giselle Alnaser wants the Elmo stuffed toy sitting on a stool across the room, and she's going to use her brain waves to get it.
Dating in Canada: The 3-date rule and 3 ideas for a budget-conscious good time

Dating in Canada: The 3-date rule and 3 ideas for a budget-conscious good time

Money.ca digs into dating Canadian-style to reinforce the 3-date rule, along with three ideas for a budget-conscious good time.
I Watched This Game: Canucks collapse to the Wild in bizarre 10-7 loss

I Watched This Game: Canucks collapse to the Wild in bizarre 10-7 loss

The Wild and Canucks combined for three hat tricks in the weirdest game of the season.
Opinion: New study reveals four critical barriers to building healthier Canadian cities

Opinion: New study reveals four critical barriers to building healthier Canadian cities

Access to grocery stores, the distribution of public services and the layout of streets all contribute to health and well-being.
APO-Mometasone nasal spray recalled due to potential bacteria contamination

APO-Mometasone nasal spray recalled due to potential bacteria contamination

Drug company Apotex is recalling two lots of a prescription nasal spray due to possible bacterial contamination.
Canadian airline ordered to pay $1,870 in negligence damages

Canadian airline ordered to pay $1,870 in negligence damages

Three people were stranded in Aruba after their itinerary was changed.
Rob Shaw: B.C. election fever heats up as parties brace for rushed legislative session

Rob Shaw: B.C. election fever heats up as parties brace for rushed legislative session

Throne speech, budget and election all on the horizon for B.C. politicians this week
Letter: Simple enjoyment in Whistler

Letter: Simple enjoyment in Whistler

'A perky fascination with snow can be enough to land a job in Whistler'
Economists expect inflation eased in January, but housing still 'thorn' in BoC's side

Economists expect inflation eased in January, but housing still 'thorn' in BoC's side

OTTAWA — As the Bank of Canada waits for the right moment to start cutting interest rates, some economists are arguing that its decision shouldn't hinge on the housing market.
ICYMI: Family fun on track at the Sea to Sky Model Train and Hobby Show

ICYMI: Family fun on track at the Sea to Sky Model Train and Hobby Show

Get On Board: Railway Museum in Squamish hosts annual model train extravaganza, March 23 and 24.