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Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Malala Yousafzai has won the Nobel Peace Prize.

It is, arguably, the most prestigious prize in the world.

Yousafzai is 17 years old. She is the youngest person ever to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

by · October 15, 2014 · News
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Chris Hadfield’s New Goal: Help Raise The Standard Of Living (For Everyone On The Planet)

Former astronaut Chris Hadfield changed the way we look at space, through his recent stint on the International Space Station.

While he was in space, Hadfield made videos and took photos, letting everyone on Earth know what it was like to live in space and what he learned there.

by · October 7, 2014 · News, Science
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Canada Post Issues New Hockey Stamps

Canada Post has created a new set of stamps all about hockey.

Six famous hockey defencemen will each be featured on a stamp.

by · October 5, 2014 · News, Sports
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Baseball Legend Derek Jeter Goes Out In Style

Derek Jeter is a baseball legend. Fittingly, he left the game in legendary style last Thursday.

For 20 years, Derek Jeter played for the New York Yankees. Last weekend, Jeter retired from the game.

by · September 29, 2014 · News, Sports
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Scotland Votes To Stay In UK

Scotland has voted to remain part of the United Kingdom (UK).

The United Kingdom is short for the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.” It is made up of four countries: England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

by · September 24, 2014 · News, Politics
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Scientists Explain How Asteroid Impact Led To Dinosaur Extinction

Most scientists agree that dinosaurs became extinct after a huge asteroid (space rock) struck the Earth. Now, an international team of researchers thinks they can show exactly why the asteroid caused dinosaurs died out.

by · September 21, 2014 · Animals, News, Science
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Million-Dollar Parking Spots in New York City

House prices have gone way up in the last few years—especially in some big cities like Toronto and New York.
That’s partly because the land that houses are built on has become much more expensive.

by · September 18, 2014 · News
Scotland lies to the north of the UK and is shown here in dark blue. Image: Peeperman

Scotland Votes On Independence Today

Should they stay or should they go?

That’s the question on the minds of the people in Scotland.

They’re voting on Thursday, Sept. 18. They will either vote to stay within the UK (United Kingdom) or to become independent.

by · September 17, 2014 · News, Politics
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Pan Am/Parapan Am Games To Be Held In Toronto In July 2015

Next July, Toronto will be inundated with the world’s best athletes as it hosts the 2015 Pan American (or “Pan Am”) Games and the 2015 Parapan American Games.

by · September 9, 2014 · News, Sports
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Lots of people have been dumping buckets of ice cold water over their heads. It may sound a little strange, but it’s for a good cause.

It’s all part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and it has taken the Internet by storm.

by · September 3, 2014 · Health, News