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Ontario church built in 1871, listed for $1

The delicate stained glass and ornate wooden detailing are sure to enthrall any person who steps foot inside St. Jude’s Anglican Church in...

How Toronto’s C3 Church is attracting millennials to Christianity – Toronto

For some millennials, Sundays are not about sleeping in or finding the best brunch spot in the city. Instead, it’s a day where people...

Toronto mosque promotes gender equality, interfaith conversations – Toronto

Images of the religion Islam in the media often show men prostrate in prayer and it’s rare to see a woman in the...

Faith in Canada: Former Prime Minister Paul Martin discusses how religion influences leadership – Toronto

Former Prime Minister Paul Martin was often described as a devout Catholic, but he says he doesn’t believe religion plays a great role in...

40 years later: How a shoeshine boy’s murder prompted change on Toronto’s Yonge Street – Toronto

It’s been 40 years since the murder of 12-year-old Emanuel Jaques, a shoeshine boy who was found dead on Yonge Street at a...

Almost two decades later, Toronto woman want answers after sister murdered – Toronto

Cimarron MacDonald has had many sleepless nights over the past 20 years after her sister, Florence Harrison, and another woman, Therese Melanson, were...

Nanotechnology Chief Editor appointed to the Regius Chair of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh – Science & research news

We are delighted to announce that Prof. Themis Prodromakis, Field Chief Editor of Frontiers in Nanotechnology and Specialty Chief Editor for Nanodevices, has...

mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines are safe for high-risk patients, shows study – Science & research news

By Conn Hastings, science writer Image: Shutterstock.com Patients with impaired immunity have faced a difficult predicament during the pandemic. Their condition places them at risk...

Sheena Talma – Marine Science is not always rainbows and butterflies  – Science & research news

Author: Thimedi Hetti Sheena Talma, a marine scientist and deep-sea enthusiast from the Seychelles, is a freelance consultant currently working as a science &...

Last of the giant camels and archaic humans lived together in Mongolia until 27,000 years ago – Science & research news

By Mischa Dijkstra, Frontiers science writer Camelus knoblochi would have dwarfed the modern domestic Bactrian camel, Camelus bactrianus, which also has two humps. Image...

Frontiers in Environmental Science 2021 Editor Awards – Science & research news

We are pleased to announce the first edition of the Frontiers in Environmental Science Editor Awards. In 2021, our journal published over two thousand...

Leftovers in prehistoric pots let scientists peek into the kitchen of an ancient civilization – Science & research news

By Mischa Dijkstra, Frontiers Science writer Image credit: Marko Kukic / Shutterstock.com Scientists study animal lipids and microscopical remains of plants in vessels from the...

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