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Thorncliffe Park protestors step up fight against Metrolinx railyard project | CBC News
Dozens of Thorncliffe Park residents gathered in the rain on Saturday to protest the building of a mammoth rail yard in the community.
Will Afghanistan's powerful neighbours engage the Taliban?
Pakistan, China, and Iran are yet to recognise the Taliban government, but they all have an interest in doing so.
Mark Ridley-Thomas was at the center of L.A.'s fight against homelessness. Now what?
City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas has long been seen as a pivotal figure behind homeless policies in Los Angeles, especially in recent months as the Los Angeles City Council has been embroiled in debate over where homeless people can pitch a tent.
This week we revealed this year's Stirling Prize winner
This week on Dezeen, we announced that the Kingston University London - Town House designed by Grafton Architects was the winner of this year's Stirling Prize.
The historic Singer Building lofts are leasing for $10k plus
A set of new lofts that are among the largest and most expensive Downtown L.A. has ever seen are coming to the Fashion District.
Dave Chappelle Isn't Canceled. He Just Likes to Talk About It.
In Netflix's "The Closer," he returns to views about transgender people that drew anger in his last special. With his popularity partly built on courting outrage, it's no surprise he's doubling down.
DIY the NASA-inspired airless bike tires using PVC pipes, bolts and nuts. Watch the video!
Popular DIY and science YouTube channel, The Q took his viewers through the process of replacing his bicycle's traditional rubber tires with a set of airless ones put together with an old PVC pipe and some nuts and bolts.
Cement and concrete industry publishes roadmap to reach net-zero emissions by 2050
Forty leading international cement and concrete manufacturers have published a plan to eliminate carbon emissions from one of the world's most polluting industries.
These hotel rooftop bars offer excellent - and very different - views of D.C.
Some people think rooftop bars are made for summer, but a crisp fall day is really the best time to linger outside, enjoying the weather without worrying about overheating.