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Silk Road Survival: In conversation with ‘Deep Web’ director Alex Winter

An unassuming, Mormon family man. A brilliant physics and engineering student with a goofy smile. Five years ago, neither of these men knew each other, let alone suspected that they'd be drawn into a web suffused with libertari...
by Anonymous
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Minister Fast Participates in APEC and Leads Trade Mission to Philippines

Supporting Canadian companies in the dynamic Asia-Pacific region is a priority to create jobs and prosperity across Canada
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Minister Shea Announces the Addition of a New Vessel to the Conservation and Protection Program in Nova Scotia

May 22, 2015 - Ottawa, Ontario The Honourable Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, today announced the addition of a new surveillance vessel to the Conservation and Protection Program in Nova Scotia. 
by Canada News Centre - National News
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There They Grow Again

With so much live seafood coming onto the market at once during harvesting times, the challenge for suppliers becomes one of balancing supply with demand. Recognizing that creativity is the key to success, Blaire Martell of Lob...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Bionic eye implant promises a lifetime of perfect vision

An optometrist in British Columbia claims to have invented an easily implantable device that provides its wearer with vision "three times better than 20/20" for life. Dubbed the Ocumetics Bionic Lens by its inventor Dr. Garth W...
by Anonymous
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OpenMedia.ca: Canadians to Spy Agencies: Get a warrant!

A version of this article by our David Christopher was originally published by The Tyee, as part of a new series about Canada’s Privacy Plan

Shouldn’t we have the same right to privac...

by David Christopher
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Canadians to Spy Agencies: Get a warrant!

by David Christopher
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The Government of Canada delivers for Saskatchewan

During 2014, $39,669,045 was allocated through the federal Gas Tax Fund towards 157 active Local Roads and Bridges projects in Saskatchewan.
by Canada News Centre - National News
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More than $39M allocated towards road and bridge improvements across Saskatchewan

Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament for Prince Albert, on behalf of the Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for ...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Canada to Host International Athletics Competitions in Edmonton

Athletics Canada receives Government of Canada support to host two important international events
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Ministers highlight Government support for seniors including the new Home Accessibility Tax Credit

The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), and the Honourable Julian Fantino, Associate Minister of National Defence, met with seniors' organizations as well as service and health providers to highlight the Governm...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Representatives tour Phase 1 of the Crossings Leisure Complex

Phase 1 of the Crossings Leisure Complex continues to take shape and is on track for its grand opening in the fall of 2016. Representatives from all levels of government today toured the construction site and witnessed the prog...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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City Launches Development Notice Sign Pilot Project

UrbanThe City of Toronto is growing and that means every corner of the city is seeing its fair share of new developments rise. With nearly every development that we see across the GTA, we also see the development notice boards ...
by Anonymous
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Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: With Millions To Spare, Here’s How to Save Thousands of Lives

This rich couple is doing good with their money.

Regina caught sight of a jacket in the water during the cruise, and when she asked about it, she was told it might belong to a dead migrant who was trying to find safet...

by John Klein
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The death and life of the world’s biggest bighorn sheep ram

On the night of January 19, 2010, a vehicle on Highway 940 west of Longview struck a bighorn sheep. The rancher who found the dead animal the next morning applied to the provincial government to keep its massive horns. He also ...
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Michael Sam signs two-year deal with Montreal Alouettes: He ‘brings dignity, character, and heart to our team’

“With the signing of Michael Sam, we have become a better organization today,” Alouettes general manager Jim Popp said in a release
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Investment at Kamloops Airport

Cathy McLeod, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health and for Western Economic Diversification and Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, on behalf of the Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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TLC reality show star Josh Duggar apologizes after child molestation allegations surface

Part of the family made famous on 19 Kids and Counting, Duggar, now 27, was a teenager when police investigated claims he'd fondled young children
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Too much of the red stuff: Shrinking demand, abundance of supply, behind closure of blood donor clinics

'We have more than enough capacity to collect the amount of blood that we need to meet the needs of hospitals'
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Street Photography: Seven Photos

Seven cities, seven photographs, seven skilled photographers! Join me on a whirlwind world street photography tour.
by Krista
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The best air purifier

This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a list of the best gear for your home. Read the full article at TheSweethome.com It took 100 hours of research and testing conducted by an airborne particle physicist and f...
by Anonymous
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New Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship naming announcement

The Honourable Julian Fantino, Associate Minister of National Defence, will announce the name of the Royal Canadian Navy's third Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS).
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Canada hosts international Explosive Ordnance Disposal exercise

Approximately 220 personnel from the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), 10 partner nations and civilian law enforcement agencies will conduct Exercise ARDENT DEFENDER 2015 at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Esquimalt and throughout the Gr...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Treatments evolving for premature ejeculation

Some guys compare their sex lives to visiting a Disney theme park -- hours of anticipation followed by a few minutes of intense fun. If that ride is actually measured in seconds, they might be exhibiting premature ejaculat...
by Vancouver Sun - News
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My summer cycling resolution

For the past few years I’ve been trying to challenge myself on my birthday in some way: via terrifying roller coasters and arduous hikes. In my books, there is no better way to celebrate another year of living tha...

by andrea tomkins
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reeves report: Unreleased government report shows no benefits to neonic use

A honey bee collecting pollin.

Environmental group Friends of the Earth Canada are calling on the Ontario government to implement an outright ban on the use of neonicotinoid pesticides after a leaked government report...

by awreeves
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Cowichan Conversations: The gap between the 1 percent and the 99 percent is widening-Co-operatives could narrow that spread in Cowichan

Here is another instalment from Rob Douglas and Roger Hart regarding economic development and the potential of expanding co-operatives in the Cowicham Region.

BIG IDEA #1: CO-OPERATIVES

Rob Douglas-North Cowich...

by Anonymous
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Re/code: Apple wants local stations on its web TV service

Earlier this week, folks in the know claimed that Apple's HDTV project had been junked after more than a decade of development. Now, however, Re/code is reporting that the company is still working on an online TV service for it...
by Daniel Cooper
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OpenMedia.ca: Your Daily Digital Digest for Friday, May 22, 2015

Your news links for today:

Is Rogers Selling your Location Data? – Devonavar Test shows if your ISP is throttling Internet speed – The Next Web Net Neutrality Rules Are Already Forcing Companies To Play Fai...
by Anonymous
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Your Daily Digital Digest for Friday, May 22, 2015

Your news links for today: Is Rogers Selling your Location Data? - Devonavar Test shows if your ISP is throttling Internet speed - The Next Web Net Neutrality Rules Are...
by Anonymous
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Supreme Court orders new trial in case of runaway teens in porn video

OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered a new trial in the case of two Edmonton men who made child pornography after videotaping two 14-year-old girls performing sex acts.
by Vancouver Sun - News
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I Spent Harvest Time with South Australia’s Weed Growers

It's harvest time in the Southern Hemisphere, which is a particularly satisfying period in the state of South Australia. While most of the country languishes under


 
 
 

Ontario police find missing man had assumed identity of boy who died in B.C.

Police say a Caledonia, Ont., man who disappeared in 1992 took the name of a dead boy and lived under the assumed name until his death 20 years later.
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Grand Jury Indicts Six Baltimore Officers Involved in Freddie Gray’s Death

Grand Jury Indicts Six Baltimore Officers Involved in Freddie Gray's Death
by Anonymous
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The Government of Canada will address an important issue that has arisen with the delivery of the Universal Child Care Benefit that will affect families in Vaughan and Toronto

The Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development, and the Honourable Julian Fantino, Associate Minister of National Defence, and MP for Vaughan will address an important issue that has arisen with the del...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Samsung’s new wireless headphones are a worthy contender

Last summer, I spent some time getting to know the first four entries in Samsung's "Level" audio line. There's a new item this year, though: a wireless version of the original Level On headphones. In case you missed the first r...
by Billy Steele
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Canada’s Head of Delegation to International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance Marks Global Solidarity Sabbath to Combat Anti-Semitism

Andrew Bennett, Canada's Ambassador for Religious Freedom and Head of Canada's Delegation to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, today issued the following statement: "This evening marks the beginning of Solidarit...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Statement by Minister Nicholson on Brutal Treatment of Women by Boko Haram

"Canada is outraged at reports from Nigeria regarding the brutal treatment of women and girls by the terrorist group Boko Haram. Mass kidnapping, rape, sexual slavery and forced impregnation of this scale are shocking violation...
by Canada News Centre - National News
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‘Nut Rage’ airline executive freed from South Korea jail after five months

Cho achieved worldwide notoriety after an onboard tantrum triggered when a first class flight attendant served her macadamia nuts in a bag instead of on a dish
by Vancouver Sun - News
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