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Multimedia Breakthrough Ontario Power Generation is refurbishing three hydro generating stations and completely replacing a fourth along the Lower Mattagami River, which flows north into James Bay. Here is an interior view of the new Smoky Falls
The head of the Airbus unit that handles business in North America is stepping down because of injuries he received in the 2010 Alaska plane crash that killed former Sen. Ted Stevens. More News Sean O'Keefe has run the North America unit since 2009,
Panasonic will be providing a product that will display in excess of 2,160 vertical lines with more than 4,000 horizontal lines of resolution. In total, the board will be capable of displaying over 9 million lines of resolution enabling a wide
21 Washington: Researchers recently discovered four ancient Ectobius species in the 49-million-year-old Green River Formation near Rifle, Colorado in deposits that are about five million years older than the Baltic amber.
The oil ministers from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Kuwait last month all noted that increased U.S. oil production wouldn't be enough to overcome production losses in Iran and Libya. In fact, the Saudi oil minister went so far as to say that the reason U.
Science video A storm dropped a blanket of light, powdery snow across the Northeast and ushered in frigid temperatures Friday that were unusual even for cities accustomed to arctic blasts. (Jan. 3) AP Video Video Video Even many weather men and women
January 3, 2014 Diminishing Arctic ice precipitates weird weather Regarding your editorial titled Mother Nature proves she's still unpredictable, a little research can help explain the erratic nature of the weather patterns in North America for the
In the last few weeks, one of the more popular headlines about Facebook is the idea that it is finally dying , its users drifting away to Twitter, Instagram, Whatsapp or Snapchat...In the last year, despite the rise of Twitter, Instagram and
Alaska It was another subfreezing day in Alaska as Glen Alsworth prepared for a 200-mile flight to a remote southwestern region of the state. Oreos, diapers and milk were among the items he stored in the back of his plane. More News Before long, the
Kiwis continue to be whizzes on the water as New Zealand celebrates another punch-above-our-weight sporting year...That's some feat for a nation of four million at the rump-end of the world, far from the sporting incubators of Europe and North