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  1. https://phys.org/news/2020-09-big-chunk-greenland-ice-cap.html The warming of the Arctic is happening at an alarming rate.
  2. I'm just glad the Knights out, especially after crapping away a 2-0 lead in tonight's game.
  3. 24 teams vs. 31 teams isn't a huge increase. If the league can make 12 teams per bubble work as it has, a similar system with four bubbles* seems pretty manageable. Logistically, however, I'm not sure how that would work with interdivisional or cross-conference play. It'll ultimately come down to what the NHL and NHLPA decide but I'm quite certain both parties want to maximize their opportunities, leading me to believe it'll be as close to an 82-game season as possible for 2020-21. I obviously can't opine on the details but I'd expect the restrictions and rules to be similar, if not identical
  4. The NHL is a business at the end of the day. Granted the format for this return to play was a bit meh but the bubble system has proven to work well in preventing an outbreak amongst players, coaches, etc. while allowing the playoffs to continue. If a full 2020-21 regular season can take place, what's the issue? A sports league needs to operate to remain financially viable, regardless of restrictions or conditions in place to do so. Anecdotally, I just don't care about the teams now left standing in this post-season. But if the Garbage Knights lose tonight, I'll smile briefly.
  5. https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/phosphine-venus-1.5720896
  6. Former Finance Minister Morneau in more hot water: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/morneau-elections-commissioner-1.5718605 Pretty measly punishment. Hardly surprising, though.
  7. None of that negates the fact you said there have been no international flights into Winnipeg since March. Moving the goalposts or showing off your mental gymnastics won't change the error.
  8. And now it's all visible. I'm using Chrome now, which may explain why. It looks great on Chrome.
  9. https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/trump-coronavirus-woodward-book-1.5717368 Can't wait to see how Trump and his MAGAt cultists react to this.
  10. That is actually incorrect. JARIA has resumed taking international flights from Minneapolis (Delta Airlines). United Airlines have yet to resume operations here with flights from Chicago and Denver. I think there was only a stretch of six or seven weeks when the airport here wasn't taking international flights.
  11. This update makes navigating pretty difficult. A lot of stuff has been completely whited out.
  12. https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/trump-mandela-insult-south-africa-1.5715919 Not to say Cohen's a trustworthy figure by any means but this sort of **** seems pretty typical for Trump. This is what tends to happen when you stab others in the back repeatedly.
  13. https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/coronavirus-covid19-world-sept-8-1.5715346 The latest: Officials warn of second wave as U.K., France see concerning rise in COVID-19 cases. Japanese Olympic officials say Games will go on despite COVID-19 pandemic. India reports highest single-day death toll. Rising coronavirus case counts in Canada a cause for concern, Tam says. UN confirms two coronavirus cases at Azraq camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
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