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Newsy (July 26, 2014) Argentinean zoo officials announced this week they will not be allowing Arturo to move to Canada. Video provided by Newsy
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The Great Salt Debate: Experts Disagree On Ideal Intake

The Great Salt Debate: Experts Disagree On Ideal Intake

Newsy (Aug. 14, 2014) A group of researchers in Canada suggests current sodium intake guidelines might be too low, but some experts disagree with those claims. Video provided by Newsy
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Canadian Shipwreck ID'd As Sir Franklin's Long-Lost Erebus

Canadian Shipwreck ID'd As Sir Franklin's Long-Lost Erebus

Newsy (Oct. 2, 2014) One of the world's great shipwreck mysteries is solved. One of Sir John Franklin's two ships stuck in the ice in Canada is now ID'd as the HMS Erebus. Video provided by Newsy
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HitchBOT Is a Robot Hitchhiking Across Canada

HitchBOT Is a Robot Hitchhiking Across Canada

Buzz60 (Aug. 18, 2014) A robot is hitchhiking its way across Canada. As Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) tells us, HitchBOT's creators are studying human reactions to technology. Video provided by Buzz60
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