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Families, community members decry sudden loss of Ontario Science Centre

Families, community members decry sudden loss of Ontario Science Centre

TORONTO — Families and community members decried the loss of a beloved institution Sunday after the Ontario Science Centre abruptly and permanently shut its doors last week amid concerns over the state of its roof.
'Bulldozing our history': Alberta man working to restore town's grain elevators

'Bulldozing our history': Alberta man working to restore town's grain elevators

NANTON, Alta. — When Leo Wieser worked in the movie biz, he built a million-dollar swimming pool that was used for one day.
Ladies' Golf Club of Toronto celebrates 100th anniversary of unique course

Ladies' Golf Club of Toronto celebrates 100th anniversary of unique course

MARKHAM, Ont. — Women dressed as flappers, or in kilts with tam-o’-shanters, or carrying parasols, a few with tie-die shirts and headbands like the hippies of the 1960s, and hundreds of others got together to play golf and celebrate.

Investigation of Russian hack on London hospitals may take weeks amid worries over online data dump

LONDON (AP) — An investigation into a ransomware attack earlier this month on London hospitals by the Russian group Qilin could take weeks to complete, the country's state-run National Health Service said Friday, as concerns grow over a reported data
Climate change makes India's monsoons erratic. Can farmers still find a way to prosper?

Climate change makes India's monsoons erratic. Can farmers still find a way to prosper?

BENGALURU, India (AP) — Each year from June to September, a heavy band of rain makes its way from India's southwest coast to its northeastern borders, quenching farmers' thirsty fields.
Steeplechaser Mason Ferlic shoots for the stars on the track and in his field as aerospace engineer

Steeplechaser Mason Ferlic shoots for the stars on the track and in his field as aerospace engineer

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Mason Ferlic may someday boldly go where no steeplechaser has gone before — space. The 30-year-old with a master's in aerospace engineering from Michigan has aspirations to become an astronaut.
Facial recognition startup Clearview AI settles privacy suit

Facial recognition startup Clearview AI settles privacy suit

CHICAGO (AP) — Facial recognition startup Clearview AI reached a settlement Friday in an Illinois lawsuit alleging its massive photographic collection of faces violated the subjects' privacy rights, a deal that attorneys estimate could be worth more
Ontario Science Centre abruptly closing due to structural issues

Ontario Science Centre abruptly closing due to structural issues

TORONTO — The Ontario Science Centre was abruptly and permanently closed in its current east Toronto location on Friday, after government officials announced that engineers had found structural issues with the roof of the 55-year-old facility.
Car dealerships are being disrupted by a multi-day outage after cyberattacks on software supplier

Car dealerships are being disrupted by a multi-day outage after cyberattacks on software supplier

NEW YORK (AP) — Car dealerships across North America have faced major disruptions this week. CDK Global, a company that provides software for thousands of auto dealers in the U.S. and Canada, was hit by back-to-back cyberattacks on Wednesday.
A timeline of events in the Ontario Science Centre closure, announced Friday

A timeline of events in the Ontario Science Centre closure, announced Friday

TORONTO — The Ontario Science Centre at its current east Toronto location will permanently close at the end of the day Friday, due to structural concerns with the roof, the provincial government announced.