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Trudeau making ‘Team Canada’ charm offensive in visit to Philadelphia

Trudeau making ‘Team Canada’ charm offensive in visit to Philadelphia

Feds looking to strengthen relationships south of the border ahead of 2024 presidential election
Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7%, driving up odds of June rate cut

Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7%, driving up odds of June rate cut

April slowdown led by food prices, services and durable goods, according to Stats Can
Q&A: CIA’s chief technologist’s cautious embrace of generative AI

Q&A: CIA’s chief technologist’s cautious embrace of generative AI

Director says AI allows them to summarize vast amounts of information, among other uses
Feds unveil plan to tackle auto theft, including Criminal Code changes

Feds unveil plan to tackle auto theft, including Criminal Code changes

Ottawa estimates 90,000 cars are stolen each year in Canada
Cannabis legalization coincided with uptick in ER visits from seniors: study

Cannabis legalization coincided with uptick in ER visits from seniors: study

Number of Ontario patients checking in with cannabis poisoning rose nearly threefold
Microsoft’s AI chatbot will ‘recall’ everything you do on a PC

Microsoft’s AI chatbot will ‘recall’ everything you do on a PC

Company describes it as a ‘photographic memory’ of a person’s virtual activity
Senate report finds parts made with China’s forced labor in popular cars

Senate report finds parts made with China’s forced labor in popular cars

BMW, Jaguar Land Rover and Volkswagen each named in report
Wild potato shows potential for developing drought-resistant crop: researcher

Wild potato shows potential for developing drought-resistant crop: researcher

Commercial varieties of potatoes aren’t always resilient to disease and climate change
Can pink noise enhance sleep and memory? Early research drives a buzz

Can pink noise enhance sleep and memory? Early research drives a buzz

Studies are limited so far, but those that exist show some promising results
Supreme Court rejects an appeal from a Canadian man once held at Guantanamo

Supreme Court rejects an appeal from a Canadian man once held at Guantanamo

Omar Khadr sought to wipe his war crime convictions