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Gear Review: MSR Access 2 Tent

Posted  September 20, 2017  by  Anonymous

tent, MSR, Access 2, backcountry, all season

While packing my gear for a backcountry camping trip in Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park this July, it quickly became apparent that my old, heavy three-person tent just wasn’t going to cut it for myself, my husband and our two ever-growing teenage boys anymore. So I decided to find a sturdy, easy to set up and lightweight tent for the boys to share. Enter the MS2 Access 2 all-season two-person tent.

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“Somehow, I’d (deliberately) forgotten that CB radio was the Twitter of the seventies”

Posted  September 20, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle
“Somehow, I’d (deliberately) forgotten that CB radio was the Twitter of the seventies”

DangerousMinds decides (sort of; they add “apparently,” in parentheses no less) that “CB radio wasn’t just for sad, lonely middle aged men” (somehow they left out “white,” to my surprise…)I doubt they “forgot” this so much as they picked up, through the ether, that same observation made years ago by Ed Driscoll and Glenn Reynolds, […]

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Steve Sailer on academic affirmative action: “Is something radically wrong with African-American culture?”

Posted  September 20, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle
Steve Sailer on academic affirmative action: “Is something radically wrong with African-American culture?”

Wrapping up his pocket-sized history of affirmative action in American universities, Sailer writes:After a half century of America obsessing over theoretically overlooked blacks, where is the actual ignored talent?Caroline M. Hoxby of Stanford and Christopher Avery of Harvard have been studying who are the high-potential high school students who don’t think about applying to, say, Stanford or […]

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Why Does The Boys and Girls Club Want You And Your Kids To Eat Poorly?

Posted  September 20, 2017  by  Yoni Freedhoff

The short answer of course is money.

The slightly longer answer is society’s normalized use of junk food to fund raise.

In the Boys and Girls Club’s case, they’re apparently quite comfortable taking money from fast food restaurants who, in a brilliant bit of marketing, sell packs of free kids meals in return for a donation (which presumably gets shared with The Boys and Girls Club).

Give $3 to Montana’s (a fast casual BBQ restaurant chain in Canada), and you’ll get 3 free kids meals.

Give $5 to Swiss Chalet (a fast casual rotisserie chicken restaurant chain in Canada) and you’ll get 5 free kids meals.

As far as kids meals go, the Center for Science in the Public Interest once ran a comprehensive study of various kids meals. They determined that of the over 3,500 they analyzed, 97% were either too high in calories, sodium, or sugar (or all of the above).

Of course, the adult meals aren’t any better and also provide wallops of calories, sodium, and/or sugar, and no doubt, the business model for the restaurants is that they can give away the kids meals because of course, their parents will be eating too.

Also notable is the irony found in The Boys and Girls Club’s Twitter banner where they include “Healthy Snacks and Meals” in their listing of what they do.

While fundraising without junk food may be more difficult, it’s certainly doable.

Yesterday morning I tweeted about a friend of mine’s kid who’s fundraising for her hockey team by way of selling pumpkins (and if you click through to the tweet’s replies, you’ll see many more examples).

There are ways to fundraise that don’t involve selling junk food. Friend’s kid’s hockey team is fundraising by selling pumpkins!

— Yoni Freedhoff, MD (@YoniFreedhoff) September 19, 2017

Rather than enabling, permitting, and encouraging a fast food lifestyle, what organizations like The Boys and Girls Club should be doing is demonstrating leadership by ending – purposefully and vocally – the practice of junk food fundraising, and championing and promoting healthier fund raising options in its stead.

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The man revamping Brazil's approach to water quality

Posted  September 20, 2017  by  Anonymous

Photo: Fernando Moraes/Rede Abrolhos

It’s one of the wealthiest countries in South America, but Brazil’s approach to setting water policy and pollution regulations lags behind that of most of the developed world. Adalto Bianchini is working to change that. Part of an ongoing series of stories about innovative projects in the developing world, a partnership between the International Development Research Centre and Canadian Geographic.

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Guy Caron For Leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada !!!

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  leftdog

Guy Caron for LEADER!

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Game of Thrones actor Emilia Clarke reveals a dramatic new look

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Jennie Ramstad

The Mother of Dragons cuts it all off.

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Slow Cooker Pear Sauce

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Anonymous

This Slow Cooker Pear Sauce is a great recipe for using up ripe pears!  Enjoy it with ice cream or add it to your baking! – – – – – – Last week my friend Tiffany gave me this enormous box of pears.  And now I’m trying to come up with ways to use them all up, as I don’t want them to go to waste…I have a really hard time throwing food out…it feels like bad karma to me! And since many of the pears are very ripe, bordering on overripe, I thought one of the best ways to deal with them was to turn them into a sauce like apple sauce.  And what better way to do that than with a slow cooker. So on a busy morning before we rushed out to school, work and errands I loaded up my slow cooker with fresh pears and waited for the magic to happen.  After a few hours on low, the house smelled like cinnamon, and I had a delicious batch of pear sauce to use. The thing about pear sauce, is that it’s not apple sauce.  It’s much different…the texture is a little more gritty, and the flavour is different, […]

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The Georgia Straight presents Kate Evans: Threads

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Jennie Ramstad

As part of the Beyond Words series, Evans will reveal accounts of hope and hardship from France’s Calais refugee camp as told in her 2017 graphic novel Threads: From the Refugee Crisis.

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Exclusive: Here are the Energy Companies Represented by Trump’s Nominee to Head FERC

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Anonymous

President Trump’s nominee to head the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has, as a corporate attorney, personally represented a host of energy and utility companies, many of which do business that is directly impacted by FERC’s decisionmaking. According to Kevin McIntyre’s financial disclosure — obtained by DeSmog and published here for the first time — these include major utilities, fracking companies, pipeline builders, and international energy corporations.

McIntyre is a lawyer who co-leads the global energy practice for the legal and lobbying firm Jones Day, and is currently awaiting final Senate confirmation of his appointment to the nation’s top energy regulatory body. That confirmation may come as soon as this week.

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Future Historians Will Look Back in Horror at Koch Network’s Attacks on Climate Policy, says Author Nancy MacLean

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Graham Readfearn
Nancy MacLean

For the first few weeks after publishing, all was going pretty well.

Nancy MacLean’s book, Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, was “deeply important” and a “feat of American intellectual and political history,” said a review in Publishers Weekly.

The New York Times said the book joined an emerging corpus of important work of scholars and journalists that was “documenting the systematic, organized effort to undermine democracy and change the rules.”

But it didn’t take long for the apparatus of the “radical right” to swing into action, with attacks coming from many of the same individuals and institutions that the Duke University history professor documents in her book.

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Dark Corners: “Queen of Outer Space” (1958)

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle
Dark Corners: “Queen of Outer Space” (1958)

I wrote about Queen of Out Space here and here:Along with the awful set design, genre fans treasure the “giant spider” that’s the size of a kiddie pool (and slightly less menacing) and, especially, the racy costumes worn by what looks to be Sylvia Plath and her fellow Mademoiselle interns.Then there’s Zsa Zsa, throwing awkward […]

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OST File Corruption Reasons and Solutions

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Anonymous

It’s not a matter of surprise to know the data files stored on your MS Outlook can blow-up anytime. Your emails are stored locally on your machines, including the offline storage folders (Yes, you read that right). Outlook uses an offline folder (OST file) to allow its users to work offline, even if the Outlook … Continue reading OST File Corruption Reasons and Solutions

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David Cole: “What we’re seeing now is the domestic version of ‘denazification.’”

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle
David Cole: “What we’re seeing now is the domestic version of ‘denazification.’”

David Cole pens a must-read history lesson:This hysteria and fearmongering is nothing new. Since the end of World War II, every few decades, self-proclaimed “watchdogs” decide that America has a Nazi problem. In the 1950s and early ’60s, the ADL’s Arnold Forster and Benjamin Epstein made a cottage industry out of writing books warning about […]

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Most recommended edb to pst converter by Exchange experts

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Data Recovery Blog

Recovery of data from offline Exchange database files to Outlook email client (PST file) has many unseen challenges. So, there is a requirement for reliable EDB recovery tools that meet user’s requirements even in complex conditions. Many Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) recommend Kernel for Exchange Server to recover data from corrupt EDB files and … Continue reading Most recommended edb to pst converter by Exchange experts

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Exploring Bal Harbour, South Florida's luxurious oceanfront playground

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Anonymous

The St. Regis Bal Harbour oceanfront day villa

The beauty of travel is that it doesn’t have an expiration date, and the best way to get over the fact that summer is almost over is to start planning your next trip as soon as possible.

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This week in video games, September 18, 2017: Is Destiny 2 best first-person shooter?

Posted  September 19, 2017  by  Martin Dunphy

This week, you’d better make some space on your shelf for all the games that are coming to Nintendo’s Switch console, and details on the new minifigs you can play in Lego Dimensions. But first, some thoughts on Destiny 2, which is already sucking up h…

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Photos: UBC’s Welcome Home Party attracted over 500 alumni to its Vancouver campus

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Anonymous

Great food, drink, and music fueled the night.

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Telesat Now Planning 290 Satellite Constellation

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Chuck Black
          By Henry Stewart

Ottawa, ON based Telesat has confirmed that its proposed 117 satellite low Earth obit (LEO) constellation has now grown to approximately 290 satellites.

Artist’s rendition of a small satellite in LEO. Photo: SSTL

As outlined in the September 13th, 2017 Advanced Television post, “Canada’s Telesat planning 290 satellites,” Telesat CEO Dan Goldberg made the announcement to delegates at the recently concluded 2017 Euroconsult World Satellite Business Week, which was held in Paris, France from September 11th – 15th.

Goldberg also told delegates that, under proposed new FCC regulations, Telesat was obliged to launch half of the new fleet, about 140 craft, within six years. The balance, once the second batch of 140 had been launched, would be in-orbit spares/replacements.

As outlined in the November 20th, 2016 post, “SpaceX, Telesat & Kepler Just Three of the Dozen Satellite Constellations Currently on the FCC Table,” Telesat had initially proposed a much smaller fleet.

Telesat CEO Goldberg. Photo c/o SpaceNews/ Kate Patterson.

However, and as first reported in the September 11th, 2017 post, “New FCC Rules a Defeat for SpaceX, But May Signal Opportunity for OneWeb & Telesat,” a series of proposed new Federal Communication Commission (FCC) regulations may have given a competitive advantage to smaller satellite constellation proposals from firms such as Telesat, UK based OneWeb and others as they attempt to compete with Hawthorne, CA based SpaceX and its proposed 4000 plus army of super-fast internet satellites.

The new FCC rules were released for comment and feedback on September 7th and are expected to be approved at the next open FCC meeting on September 26th, 2017. Goldberg and others may be positioning themselves to take advantage of the new rules, once they take effect.

Telesat’s 1st prototype test LEO satellite is currently scheduled for launch in November on an Arianespace Soyuz rocket. A second LEO prototype is also scheduled for launch before the end of the year.

The satellites are built by UK based Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) and Palo Alto, CA based Space Systems/Loral (SSL).

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Henry Stewart is the pseudonym of a Toronto based aerospace writer.

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The Commercial Space Blog will be at the 18th CASI ASTRO Conference; May 15th – 17th, 2018 in Quebec City, PQ

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Chuck Black
          By Chuck Black

As outlined by Geoffrey Languedoc, the executive director of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI), the upcoming 18th CASI ASTRO Conference, “promises to be the must-attend space event in Canada next year. We expect top-level speakers from Canadian industry, government and academia, international panels and keynotes, a technical program including over 200 oral and poster presentations and networking opportunities you can’t afford to miss.”

With a heartfelt promo like that, its no wonder that this blog often attends and covers CASI organized events.

But this year, we decided to try something a little more adventurous. Commercial Space blog editor Chuck Black has volunteered to speak and help organize some of the conference sessions relating to commercial start-ups, social media marketing of space activities and maybe even one or two other areas.

In exchange, Languedoc has promised (perhaps only half jokingly) a “small private, soundproof room” where members of the industry can give Commercial Space media representatives an off the record “piece of their minds.”

On a less “cathartic” note, participation will also provide the opportunity for this publication to delve a little more deeply into upcoming space focused initiatives in Canada and around the world, and to help push those initiatives out on to the world stage.

The upcoming conference is the latest in a series of astronautics and aeronautics events that CASI holds every year. They are renowned for offering unparalleled opportunities to delegates from industry, academia, defence, security and government to meet and network with colleagues from Canada and around the world.

Another CASI organized and sponsored event. The fourth plenary of the 65th International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2014), which was held in Toronto, ON from September 29th – October 4th, 2014.  As outlined in the undated CASI IAC 2014 website, IAC 2014 “was a fantastic week of meetings, knowledge sharing and networking with a great line up of events, social programs and informative technical sessions involving industry leaders and heads of space agencies.” Several of the most popular and interesting Commercial Space blog articles, including the multi-part, “A History of the Canadian Space Program – Policies & Lessons Learned Coping with Modest Budgets,” and the multi-part “150 Years of Canadian Aerospace History,” originated as presentations at IAC 2014. This blog is hoping to push out many new stories based on knowledge gained from the upcoming CASI ASTRO. To see the complete video, simply click on the photo above. Photo c/o IAF.

ASTRO 18 will focus on Canadian capabilities, current activities, and prospects for growth domestically and in the international space arena. Five parallel tracks will be offered, as well as a robust Interactive Poster session.

The co-chairs of the ASTRO’18 Technical Committee are Dr. Christian Lange, the deputy of exploration strategic planning at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)  and Dr. Michele Faragalli, the space exploration and advanced technologies manager at Mission Control Space Services Inc.

The deadline for abstract submission is November 1st, 2017. Authors submitting abstracts will be notified by December 15th, 2017. For more information on the 2018 CASI ASTRO, check out the web page at www.casi.ca/conferences-events/astro-2018/.
This blog looks forward to the upcoming ASTRO 18 and the opportunity to meet and greet with the finest of Canada’s space community.

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Chuck Black is the editor of the Commercial Space blog.

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30 years ago today: Johnny Winter rips it up at the Commodore Ballroom

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Steve Newton

Who else misses Johnny bad?

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TORONTO’S INSANE MINUTE OVER BIKES

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  John Downing

POLITICIANS NEED TRAINING WHEELS FOR MINDSIt’s just before 9 a.m. on Harbord west of Spadina when three tots teeter by my car in shaky control of their bikes.All legal, of course, since they were in Toronto’s octopus tangle of bike lanes. Also insane s…

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The NDP leadership race: dirty dancing

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Dr.Dawg

The NDP leadership vote is upon us. “None of the above” is not an option. I re-joined the party to vote for Niki Ashton, although (I must here confess) it’s more a tactical boost that I’m looking at, a hoped-for…

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Defying Trump, Pentagon Moves To Protect Bases From Climate Change

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Farron Cousins

The Pentagon is moving forward with plans to protect its bases and operations from rising seas and other impacts of climate change, despite an order by President Trump to halt climate planning.

On March 28th, 2017, President Trump issued an executive order that rescinded all climate change actions within federal agencies. These actions had been mandated by a rule from the former Obama administration that required federal agencies to take the necessary steps to protect their respective agencies from climate threats. The original Obama order required military bases to factor climate change into their planning operations for expansions, existing structures, and future developments.

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The Georgia Straight presents Word Vancouver

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Jennie Ramstad

The annual free festival of reading and writing celebrates the literary community with approximately 100 readings and presentations, 150 authors and panelists, 25 workshops, and 75 exhibitors.

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How to deal with Outlook performance issues related large PST sizes?

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Anonymous

Does your Outlook application stop or pause while reading, moving, or deleting emails? Possibly, your PST file is large. With large PST files, Outlook slows down considerably making it difficult to use the application properly. Regarding the desirable size of PST files, Microsoft provides the following guidelines: Small PST files (up to 5 GB size) … Continue reading How to deal with Outlook performance issues related large PST sizes?

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CPAC launches multimedia project on democracy in Canada

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Anonymous

CPAC route 338 road to the ridings map

If you’ve ever cast a ballot in a federal election, marched in a protest, written a letter to your Member of Parliament, added your name to a petition on an issue you care about, or even just debated a hot topic around the dinner table, you’ve participated in — and benefitted from — Canadian democracy. With the launch today of a new educational tool called Route 338, the Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC), aims to help all Canadians understand the political process and make their voices heard. 

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Mark Steyn: “Did anyone ever say ‘pipperoo’?”

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle
Mark Steyn: “Did anyone ever say ‘pipperoo’?”

Mark Steyn on “(I’ve Got a Gal in) Kalamazoo”:We no longer have wires or flyers, so that’s a moment – America, 1942 – distilled for all time. But, much as I like the rhyme, neither is my favorite word in that couplet: that honor is reserved for “hoppin’”. He doesn’t catch the flyer, board the […]

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Jim Goad: “Well, they’re rioting in Missouri again”

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle

Jim Goad writes:Opportunistic whites were quick to condemn the phantom demon of “racism” for what happened between Stockley and Smith. Not one seemed to utter a peep about the idea that whether or not you’re actually dealing heroin out of a parking lot, it’s probably not a good idea to ram your vehicle into a […]

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Rick McGinnis: Dunkirk highlights today’s social divisions

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle
Rick McGinnis: Dunkirk highlights today’s social divisions

Rick McGinnis writes:A Dunkirk today would be livestreamed and endlessly reposted on social media, and while we might be able to follow the disaster in nearly real time, our responses to it are endlessly filtered through ideology and bias. Our leaders carefully choose their response based on how it will damage their opposite numbers, while […]

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Easy Apple Turnovers with Cheese

Posted  September 18, 2017  by  Anonymous

Make these Easy Apple Turnovers with Cheese as a simple and delicious dessert or snack! Use a pre-made puff pastry for extra ease. – – – – – – Turnovers are such a delicious dessert.  And did you know that they are simple enough to make at home?  True story.  They’re one of the easiest desserts to make.  The secret is to use a pre-made puff pastry crust.  I always keep a box of pre-made puff pastry in my freezer to put together quick pies and desserts like turnovers.  I especially like to use them when I have loads of fruit that needs to be used up.  Such is the case with these Apple Turnovers. This summer I was lucky enough to be able to pick a giant bag of apples from our neighbour’s apple tree.  I love to have apples around, especially in the fall, so I can bake with them.  Apple turnovers, Apple pies, apple cakes, apple butter, apple oatmeal…apple in everything.  So when this month’s Canadian Cheese of the Month arrived at the door, I knew I had to pair it with apples and pastry. Le Gré des Champs certified organic cheese is the cheese of the month, as part of […]

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What’s For Dinner? A Fall Pasta Menu

Posted  September 17, 2017  by  Anonymous

This comforting fall dinner menu includes Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta, a simple Kale & Roasted Squash Fall Salad, and Peach Pie for dessert. – – – – – – Welcome back to What’s For Dinner!  This week it’s all about fall squash. There is no better time of year than fall for better tasting squash…not to mention an abundance of it at reasonable prices.  I love to serve squash in different ways for dinner, but this butternut squash pasta sauce is my absolute favourite!  Not only is it easy to make, but it is SO delicious!  Serve it up with a simple fall salad and pie for dessert, and you’ve got a fall comfort meal. Fall Pasta Menu Main Dish:  Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta Side Salad: Kale & Roasted Squash Fall Salad Dessert:  Peach Pie Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta is easy to make, and uses 1 whole butternut squash in the recipe…delicious and healthy!  And even kids love it.  Winner winner pasta dinner. This Kale and Roasted Squash Fall Salad is a perfect salad to serve with the butternut squash pasta.  This salad is full of kale, squash, pear, carrots, goat cheese and more…so good.  This is a recipe that I have shared […]

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52 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, September 17

Posted  September 16, 2017  by  Steve Newton

Keep busy with these events.

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Fall Edit

Posted  September 16, 2017  by  Anonymous

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Saturday Stories: Watson, Goop, and Nutrients

Posted  September 16, 2017  by  Yoni Freedhoff
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Casey Ross and Ike Swetlitz in STAT on the disappointment that is IBM’s Watson and cancer.

Olga Khazan in The Atlantic ponders why it is that Goop is so popular.

Helena Bottemiller Evich in Politico discusses the fall of our foods’ nutrients.

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74 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Saturday, September 16

Posted  September 15, 2017  by  Steve Newton

Keep busy with these events.

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Big Brother Canada to conduct open casting call in Vancouver for sixth season

Posted  September 15, 2017  by  Anonymous

Casting bosses for the reality-TV program will be in Gastown on September 23 in search of aspiring houseguests.

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Video of the Week: Rhinoceros talks back in new anti-poaching PSA

Posted  September 15, 2017  by  Anonymous

The world’s wildlife is in decline.

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Mark Steyn: Meeting Hillary now “a bargain at only $250/second)

Posted  September 15, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle

More from my siteLeonardo DiCaprio’s lies just won’t quit: First the Chinook, now the Chicanos…Mark Steyn is back-ishMark Steyn: ‘A year and a half ago I bumped into Democrat pollster and longtime Clinton aide Doug Schoen…’‘Is Mark Steyn’s P.R. firm accepting new clients?’

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Scott Adams: “I Explain the Persuasion Techniques President Trump is using on The Wall and DACA”

Posted  September 15, 2017  by  Kathy Shaidle

Scott Adams pens an uncharacteristically unconvincing defence.Meanwhile, Commentary says “We told you so.” More from my site‘I recently turned a Trump-hating Muslim into a Trump-liker in about two weeks’Scott Adams: How Many Trump Votes Did I Cause?Scott Adams: ‘The choice of pink hats predicts that the movement will fizzle out in time’Adam Carolla explains the […]

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