Yesterday’s News: Monday, 6 June 2011

Here’s a look at what you might have missed if you were busy enjoying your Sunday:

  • The Globe and Mail reported on the page who disrupted Friday’s Speech from the Throne with a “Stop Harper” sign, her firing, and the wave of support she’s received since
  • They also reported on a group of Toronto researchers who hope to apply principles of traffic flow in computer networks to a study of “servers” in the human brain
  • If that’s not nerdy/impressive enough for you, then maybe you’ll enjoy this report on a team of international scientists who have supposedly unlocked the secrets of antimatter
  • The CBC reported on an election in Portugal in which the existing socialist government was unseated by the centre-right social democratic opposition
  • Not to mention bringing us a look at the wave of vigils held in China on Saturday, commemorating the twenty-second anniversary of the crackdown in Tiananmen Square
  • The Green Party weighed in on the potential merits of Canada’s plan to set up new international military bases

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