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"The fact they opened their life and allowed me into their stories, I'll carry that with me forever."
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'Follow intuition and push for poetry:' Nettie Wild films Tahltan on edge of change

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It's over budget and behind schedule,
Its over budget and behind schedule

Will NASA's big rocket fly?

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"I remember one small hospital that was serving 10 million people. How are you going to build a new state without adequate hospitals, schools or libraries?"
I remember one small hospital that was serving 10 million people How

Journalist Julia Bicknell on her experiences in conflict-ridden South Sudan

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They may be successful writers, but that doesn't mean the 2016 Governor General's Literary Award winners are immune from worry about the world around us.
They may be successful writers but that doesnt mean the 2016 Governor

Writing in worried times: GG Award winners share their anxieties

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Horrified by the slaying of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine, she wrote Nobody Knows, a song she hopes will encourage women to speak up.
Horrified by the slaying of 15yearold Tina Fontaine she wrote Nobody Knows

Indigenous artist IsKwé shares her inspiration for music

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"This is a place that held her when she was in really tough spots in her life."
"This is a place that held her when she was in really tough spots in her life"

'This was her church ... this is a place that held her when she was in really tough spots in her life'

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Three standup comedians. Three religious traditions. One night of laughs and spiritual solidarity.
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A Rabbi, a Pastor and a Muslim walk into a bar...

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Chris Zhou explains why more people should embrace "selfish" volunteerism.
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40 years ago today, the Star Wars franchise was born.

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"He was with somebody else and they each got a pill — the other pill was fine, the pill Nick took was not fine ... it just burns your body inside."
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'It is a crisis': A father's mission to save drug-addicted teens from dying

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"I saw my job as trying to keep him alive, and I talked to him about hope. And I used to keep pointing to the steel door and I said 'behind that door is light.'" -- Dennis Edney
I saw my job as trying to keep him alive and I

After Guantanamo: Dennis Edney on defending Omar Khadr

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The lead researcher behind new workout gear prototype lined with microbial cells says that in the future our clothes will contain stain-eating bacteria.
The lead researcher behind new workout gear prototype lined with microbial cells

Scientists design shape-shifting workout gear powered by bacteria

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"What did we do for you to be able to take away our children?"
"What did we do for you to be able to take away our children"

Separated by Sixties Scoop, mom & son reunited decades later

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A pill that delivers some of the benefits of exercise without the physical effort could one day be prescribed to help people with obesity or mobility issues to burn fat.
A pill that delivers some of the benefits of exercise without the

Exercise may one day be prescribed in a pill

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"I think the real threat is actually posed by people who live in the United Kingdom."
"I think the real threat is actually posed by people who live in the United Kingdom"

Manchester attack: Can U.K. stop homegrown terrorism?

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