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The City of Winnipeg has lost the legal battle against the Manitoba Homebuilder's Association regarding Growth Fees. City now required to refund over $30m in fees to homebuilders in emerging areas col

Based on this, I would recommend a Toyota Corolla for your next car. Upon your retirement, you need to have your turn signal locked into the "on" position. It helps everyone identify you as a retiree.

3 hours ago, iHeart said:

May be an image of 1 person and text that says '西 TSN LATEST ON TIGER WOODS: HIS INJURIES INCLUDED A SHATTERED ANKLE AND TWO LEG FRACTURES, ONE OF WHICH WAS COMPOUND... "LUCKY TO BE ALIVE," THE L.A. COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS. H/T DANIEL MILLER VIA TWITTER'

Wearing his seatbelt. No skid marks, no sign of braking. Hit the centre median first, then crossed into oncoming lanes, hit the curb, then a tree, then several rollovers. Described as a high speed crash. No impairment detected, was conscious on the scene. Odd that there was no sign of corrective driving (braking or skid marks) before the accident. Wonder if we will hear about him nodding off at the wheel or distracted driving?

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11 hours ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

 

Does this have anything to do with Futurama?

11 hours ago, bustamente said:

My bet would be he nodded off, I hear he recently had back surgery, what kind of pain management is he taking and did they contribute 

 

 

Probably.

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Much ado about nothing. These books do contain the offensive images but I cannot see them provoking racism. Moreover, all of these books have doubtlessly been digitized and, with the consent of Geisel, they can be seamlessly edited to be appropriate. Tis has certainly given Faux News a reason to be righteously apoplectic.  

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https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/rogers-signs-deal-buy-shaw-1.5949825

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Rogers Communications has signed a deal to buy Shaw Communications in a transaction valued at $26 billion, including debt.

Under the plan, Rogers will pay $40.50 in cash for each of Shaw's issued and outstanding class A and class B shares. Shaw's class B shares closed at $23.90 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday.

As part of the transaction, the companies said Rogers will invest $2.5 billion in 5G networks over the next five years across Western Canada.

Rogers also says it will create a new $1 billion fund dedicated to connecting rural, remote and Indigenous communities across Western Canada to high-speed internet service.

 

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