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January 15, 2013

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The 9th Annual Canadian Book Challenge – February Roundup (Sticky Post— Scroll down for most recent post)

 
 

Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: February 2016 Bits and Bites

So PEGIDA Canada held another rally today without telling anyone. The results were as sad as the previous effort despite the spin they placed on it: In related news, we're still following the aftermath of our recent article det...
by Nosferatu200
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Vintage Girdle Ads

This short ad for girdle products (circa 1950) is part animation, part movie. Felina, a German lingerie manufacturer, continues to churn out elasticized undergarments today.Via
by The Nag
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Mirror: An animated New Yorker cover about adolescence and makeup

Mirror by Chris Ware and John Kuramoto was made in collaboration with interviews from This American Life with Ira Glass.  A mother and daughter realize the powerful effect of makeup and how it may have affected each person...
by The Nag
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Oak Bay Marine Group selling its three Vancouver Island resorts

The Oak Bay Marine Group is selling its three Vancouver Island resorts — Painter’s Lodge at Campbell River, April Point Resort and Spa on nearby Quadra Island, and Canadian Princess Lodge in Ucluelet.
by The Province - News
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Vancouver Police Union raises worries about city’s quest to license pot shops

The union representing Vancouver’s police officers says members are raising serious questions about the process and transparency behind the city’s rapid push to license up to a dozen marijuana dispensaries by this s...
by The Province - News
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by Anonymous
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North Korea defies the world and fires rocket in possible covert missile test

SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea on Sunday defied international warnings and launched a long-range rocket that the United Nations and others call a cover for a banned test of technology for a missile that could strike the U.S. ...
by The Province - News
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The Cracked Crystal Ball II: A Little More For Alberta’s Bishops To Stew On

Since Alberta's Roman Catholic Bishops seem to have something up their cassocks about transgender students, I thought it would be quite appropriate to post the following article that appeared in Huffington Post  in its ent...
by MgS
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by Anonymous
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North Van Anglican priest arrested on sex assault charges

An Anglican priest has been arrested at his Coquitlam home on sex assault allegations stemming from his work in an Edmonton youth jail in the 1980s.
by The Province - News
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The Ghomeshi bombshells explained

Credibility of complainants severely damaged
by Anonymous
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Hillary Clinton starts to ‘feel the Bern’ in Democrat race

He is a septuagenarian senator and self-avowed socialist, but Bernie Sanders is on course for a resounding victory over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary this week — a win that would set up a dogfight for the D...
by The Province - News
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Trio trapped for hour in crashed truck due to lack of services

'They've literally created a death trap'
by Anonymous
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Cowichan Conversations: Catalyst’s Crofton Pulp Mill Appears Headed For A Train Wreck

Don Maroc North Cowichan Mayor Lefebure Doesn’t Think It Is Necessary To Create A Budgetary Contingency Plan After a century and a half of deceit and duplicity you would think the Halalt people of Read more... . . ...
by Richard Hughes
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Seoul: North Korea defies warnings, launches long-range rocket


SEOUL, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF—North Korea on Sunday def...

by Anonymous
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Bernie’s army: Young voters propel unlikely Sanders rise


MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE—Hillary Clinton had just started talking. ...

by Anonymous
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Escaping Syria: From Homs to a new home


As the plane filled with Syrian refugees began its descent into Toronto...

by Nicholas Keung - Immigration reporter
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How the Super Bowl kicked the Grey Cup to the sideline as Canada’s football event

The Canadian Football League has existed in one form or another for more than 130 years, and over that time it has built a brand strength that is the envy of other businesses.
by The Province - News
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Warren Kinsella: This disappearing newspaper stuff 

It’s affecting me more than I thought it would. I predicted it, I wrote about it, I analyzed it. But it has hit me – that his big, bad thing is happening, and no one seems to give a shit.  Oh, and if you want t...
by Anonymous
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Whistler Sliding Centre locked up tight to prevent the sort of trespass that led to Calgary Olympic Park deaths

Officials at B.C.’s own Whistler Sliding Centre say they have “extensive” safety measures in place, following a fatal accident in Calgary at a sliding centre. Two teens were killed and six others injured after...
by The Province - News
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Jays add former Indians manager Eric Wedge to front office


The Blue Jays and club president Mark Shapiro continued the...

by Richard Griffin - Baseball Columnist
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Cam Cole: Viewing Super Bowl through the haze of time

Accounts of the early Super Bowls occasionally sound like they were taken from hieroglyphics found on the walls of caves.
by Vancouver Sun - News
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THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: HOME: The Making of a Sanctuary

Guest Post by Vickie Cammack (Originally published in Safe and Secure: Six Steps to Creating a Good Life for People with Disabilities by Al Etmanski)For one glorious summer in the '70's, an old tamarisk tree with wide sweeping ...
by Donna Thomson
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Big city mayors meet with Trudeau and mount the pressure to open strings on infrastructure money

Trudeau said the new program — valued at $60 billion over the next 10 years — would meet the needs of communities and get money 'flowing in a responsible and rapid way'
by The Province - News
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Big city mayors meet with Trudeau and mount the pressure to open strings on infrastructure money

Trudeau said the new program — valued at $60 billion over the next 10 years — would meet the needs of communities and get money 'flowing in a responsible and rapid way'
by Vancouver Sun - News
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The Decarie Report: Feb. 6: I knew this would be a bad day……

…...when I opened the Canada and World Section to see that four of the eight pages were taken up with photos of babies born in 2015. In this world teetering on the edge of World War Three, with Europe stumbling into chao...
by Graeme Decarie
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Accidental Deliberations: On double majorities

Nathan Cullen's proposal for party representation on the Parliamentary committee reviewing electoral reform has received plenty of attention. But it might actually go much further than advertised to validate the results of the ...
by Greg Fingas
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Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Afternoon Links

Assorted content for your weekend reading.- Robert Atkinson discusses the need for corporate tax policy to encourage economic development rather than profit-taking and share inflation. And Jim Hightower notes that it's an anti-...
by Greg Fingas
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Kaiser Permanente study finds effectiveness of routine Tdap booster wanes in adolescents

A new study from Kaiser Permanente's Vaccine Study Center found that the Tdap booster vaccine provides moderate protection against whooping cough during the first year after vaccination, but its effectiveness wanes to less than...
by e! Science News - Popular science news
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Radar reveals the hidden secrets of wombat warrens

For the first time ever, researchers from the University of Adelaide have been able to non-invasively study the inner workings of wombat warrens, with a little help from ground-penetrating radar. read more
by e! Science News - Popular science news
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Man-made underwater sound may have wider ecosystem effects than previously thought

Underwater sound linked to human activity could alter the behaviour of seabed creatures that play a vital role in marine ecosystems, according to new research from the University of Southampton. read more
by e! Science News - Popular science news
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by Anonymous
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Why Jian Ghomeshi’s defence puts an extreme focus on inconsistencies in witness stories

The women who have testified have had every detail of their stories scrutinized, including information that may appear to some as irrelevant — but it's quite common
by The Province - News
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The American Death Wish

I wrote this article January 19th, 2009.  Obama had just been inaugurated, we knew his economic team would be, his Chief of Staff (Rahm Emmanuel) and we knew the basics of the stimulus package.  I knew, then, that the...
by Ian Welsh
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Motorboat noise gives predators a deadly advantage

A pioneering new study shows the rate fish are captured by predators can double when boats are motoring nearby. read more
by e! Science News - Popular science news
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Secondhand smoke: Nations producing less greenhouse gas most vulnerable to climate change

Conversely, nations that produce most greenhouse gases less vulnerable Study shows "enormous global inequality" between emitters versus impacted nations Countries like U.S., Canada, Russia, and China are climate "free riders," ...
by e! Science News - Popular science news
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Thompson Rivers University suing forestry magnate’s estate for $1.3 million

Thompson Rivers University is seeking nearly $1.3 million from the estate of the forestry legend whose name graces a signifcant part of its newest building for what it claims is an unpaid promise.
by The Province - News
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‘You will never be forgotten’: Mom bids emotional goodbye to 10-year-old killed in crash

PRESCOTT — “We will not say goodbye, because we will talk to you every day.” With those words, Dasan Munro’s mother moved a packed gymnasium to tears Saturday as a community bid farewell to an energet...
by Anonymous
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Graphene is strong, but is it tough?

Graphene, a material consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms, has been touted as the strongest material known to exist, 200 times stronger than steel, lighter than paper, and with extraordinary mechanical and electrical pr...
by e! Science News - Popular science news
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