World’s first human head transplant successfully performed on a corpse, scientists say

The Frankensteinian notion of head — or, more accurately, body — transplants moved closer to reality Friday with the announcement that the first head swap has been carried out on human corpses. The next step, said Italian surgeon Sergio Canavero, is a head transplant between two brain-dead organ donors. Canavero announced at a press conference in Vienna on Friday that

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Breaking down the Riders and Argonauts

OTTAWA — The third time could be the charm for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. A third win of the season over the Toronto Argonauts in Sunday’s East Division final would propel the Riders into the 105th Grey Cup game, slated for Nov. 26 in Ottawa. The Riders swept the regular-season series with the Argonauts — winning 38-27 at Mosaic Stadium on

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Collaboration a must in creating legal pot policy: Sask. report

With 7 ½ months until marijuana becomes legal in Canada, a group of Saskatchewan researchers hopes to help inform the complicated policy-making process the provincial government faces in the months to come. The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS), based at universities in Regina and Saskatoon, has released a report, Legalizing Regulating Cannabis in Saskatchewan. The provincial government

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