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On 2021-03-15 at 6:49 AM, blue_gold_84 said:

no corporate concentration issues at all!!!

one last trip to the trough for them.
 

Im sure the gubmint will check this over carefully, and find it actually INCREASES consumer choice.

 

cant beat the cord cutters........merge.

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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

Its Hugh Hefner's fault.

4 minutes ago, Tracker said:

This is going to provoke no end of bad (and sexist) jokes, but apparently the captain of said ship was........(ahem) female and the first and only female captain to ever helm a ship through the Suez Canal.

That would be weird. Usually they have pilots that take the ships through canals and into dense harbours. 

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On 2021-04-02 at 7:57 PM, Tracker said:

 

                            Huge news

I was reading an article, which I'm going to go look for again, that discussed how the failures of developing an HIV vaccine accelerated the success of the Covid vaccines. Everything they learned trying new and different techniques have given researchers many new tools in their fight against other viruses. Investment in science does not always have the immediate and obvious desired outcomes but we learn a lot from our failures. 

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2 minutes ago, Tracker said:

 

 

                                          This is great policy

We're finally moving in that direction too. 

https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/nova-scotia-organ-donation-presumed-consent-law-takes-effect-1.5271098?cache=ngyhfzxv%3FcontactForm%3Dtrue%3FclipId%3D104062

Nova Scotia organ donation presumed consent law takes effect

Nova Scotians who don’t choose to opt out of donating their organs and tissue will be considered as having agreed to be a donor after death.

Nova Scotia became the first province or state in North America to pass such legislation when the act was passed unanimously in April 2019.

 

Now, we need our gov't to do that too. 

 

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