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Finance ministers to talk changes to CPP benefits

OTTAWA – Manitoba’s finance minister says he and his counterparts will take another look at changes to the Canada Pension Plan amid concerns that low-income workers and women are being shortchanged by the framework agreed to last year. 481 more words

Politics

Finance ministers to rethink CPP changes, will also look drop-out clauses and death benefit

OTTAWA – Manitoba’s finance minister says he and his counterparts will take another look at changes to the Canada Pension Plan amid concerns that low-income workers and women are being shortchanged by the framework agreed to last year. 512 more words

Canada

All I want to do is program...

Hi, this is a CMake/C++ build system rant. Downvote as is necessary.

Here's something fun, I thought. Why don't I try and write an engine in OpenGL and C++? 435 more words

Cpp

Computer vision in virtual reality

Arkwood was standing in a pail of water, eating radishes.

Why? I asked.

‘Apparently it helps you to remember things.’

I told him that it was nonsense. 334 more words

Technology

THE DURIAN BEAT: To kill or not to kill

THE DURIAN BEAT

By: Roger Balanza, Philippines News Agency

To kill or not to kill

Vice President Leni Robredo was swamped with a tsunami of criticisms over her comment regarding President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to the military not to spare New People’s Army (NPA) rebels during armed encounters. 968 more words

Philippines

Duterte orders ‘mass arrest’ of NDF consultants out on bail

Duterte orders ‘mass arrest’ of NDF consultants out on bail

By Jose Cielito Reganit

MANILA (Philippines News Agency)  – President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said he will order the “mass arrest” of National Democratic Front (NDF) consultants, who were released temporarily, following the collapse of the peace talks with the communist rebels. 606 more words

Philippines

Philippine government response to reports on attacks and atrocities by Communist rebels: What else is new? It's business as usual

By Alexis Romero (philstar.com) | Updated December 4, 2017 – 5:48pm

In this photo taken Nov. 23, 2016, members of the New People’s Army communist rebels with face painted to conceal their identities, stand in formation during ceremonies before a news conference held at their guerrilla encampment tucked in the harsh wilderness.  388 more words