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Cleanup continues after 2 tornadoes hit Saskatchewan campground

More than 100 families hoped they’d be spending Canada Day in a northern Saskatchewan campground roasting marshmallows or swimming in the nearby lake. Instead, they’ve gone home. They were forced to evacuate Meadow Lake Provincial Park when two tornadoes hit the area Saturday afternoon. Environment Canada investigators confirmed Monday that …

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VCs bet on Aegis AI, a startup using computer vision to detect guns

A new startup using computer vision software to turn security cameras into gun-detecting smart cameras has raised $2.2 million in venture capital funding in a round led by Bling Capital, with participation from Upside Partnership and Tensility Venture Partners. Aegis AI sells to U.S. corporations and school district its technology, …

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Freak hailstorm buries part of western Mexico in ice

World Freak hailstorm buries part of western Mexico in ice Officials in Mexico's second largest city say a storm that dumped more than a metre of hail on parts of the Guadalajara area damaged hundreds of homes. Wacky weather causes flooding, damages homes in Guadalajara A man with a bicycle …

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