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More intellectual property problems

A few weeks ago I commented on a report about there being an intellectual property fly in the Canadian warship building programme’s ointment. I suggested that Canadians need to know that their government has a firm grip on this project, but now, Murray Brewster, the author if the original report, says, … 422 more words

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Mother says doctor brought up assisted suicide option as sick daughter was within earshot — Family First NZ

CBC News 25 July 2017Family First Comment: Yet another disturbing case from Canada! A St. Anthony, N.L., mother who claims she was told by a doctor that assisted suicide was an option for her adult daughter says she wants an apology from Labrador-Grenfell Health, in part because the 25-year-old could hear the conversation.

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Oops; 'I'm a little embarrassed': Justin Trudeau forgets Alberta in Canada Day speech

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‘I got excited somewhere over the Rockies,’ he says after giving shout-out to other provinces, territories

CBC News Posted: Jul 01, 2017 2:45 PM MTLast Updated: Jul 01, 2017 4:55 PM MT…

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Dinosaur Species Named After Zuul

Get ready for part of a fictional essay I could have written in 3rd grade. And if Ghostbusters II had been around in 1985. Dinosaurs use to look like big lizards. 293 more words


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‘Democracy as we know it is dead’: Filipino journalists fight fake news

Adrienne Arsenault, CBC News Senior Correspondent, wrote a 45-paragraph article entitled: “’Democracy as we know it is dead’: Filipino journalists fight fake news” [1] Ms. 1,578 more words


Fredericton roundabout was safer than average in debut year, study finds

The roundabout on Smythe Street in Fredericton gave many drivers a headache its first year, but it was safer than expected, says a UNB professor who studied the intersection. 58 more words

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'It scares me': Permafrost thaw in Canadian Arctic sign of global trend

Canada is melting. Like a popsicle taken out of the freezer and left on the counter, the permanently frozen ground in the northern reaches of this country is thawing at an ever faster rate. 57 more words

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