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Korrey Laderoute
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Lives in Sooke, BC, Canada
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A hacker group claimed responsibility after the websites of the Ottawa police department and the Supreme Court of Canada flashed offline Saturday evening, one day after the same group allegedly shut down the City of Ottawa’s website.
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And they want to raise fares, cut services, and retain their gas tax? What the??
Some good economic news for BC Ferries Friday, as the company released second quarter results, showing revenues are way up.
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Last night I received an email from my team leader at GLV. In it, she stated that there have been instances of people having their articles pirated and being put up on sites other than GLV. She went on to say that Googling our tagline would be the quickest way to see if any of our articles were being used without permission. So I did.
Out of ten pages that were returned to me, I found only one site that led to GLV through a link. ALL the other sites I found my articles and name were not at all associated with GLV.
I am so very upset. I now know that I am not getting paid for people reading my articles on these other sites. And no one has contacted me to ask my permission to use any of my articles on their sites.
I was instructed to contact one of the editors at GLV, which I did, with a few of the links to these sites. I told the editor that I could email a complete list to her if she wanted or needed me to. I am waiting to hear back from her.
I want to berate myself for not knowing about this sooner. I feel incredibly silly for not even thinking about this. However, in all honesty, I was too excited to be getting published and making a name for myself that I did not even give something like this a second thought. 
As of now, I do not know what can be done about this. I am hopeful something can be done. I may want to make a name for myself, but I do not want to be working for free. I believe that since I am the one doing all the hard work, I deserve to be compensated for it.
I am not going to let this stop me from doing what I love to do: write. I will continue to write my articles and get them published. I hope that I will hear back about what can be done about this upsetting practice, and soon. 
I will post later when I have finished another article. Thanks everyone for being there.
K.L.
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Went and poked around! Was okay.
Fans of the TV show Gracepoint were scooping up bargains today and pieces of Victoria entertainment history, as a warehouse full of items featured in the show are sold off.
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Waiting on new article. Excited to share once it gets ‪#‎published‬ from @ifrackle today? Fingers crossed! ‪#‎prayerrequest‬
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VANCOUVER - About a dozen more people have been arrested at a pipeline protest in a conservation area in Vancouver.
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Let's get this done, BC! We have the power, let's keep it moving ahead!
With controversy surrounding the Kinder Morgan pipeline project and other energy projects in this province, a BC Member of Parliament has come up with a new way to give Canadians a voice on these major issues. And today, he brought his town hall talk to Victoria. Cort smith has that story.
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New #article Submitted to @ifrackle Will post again when #published #thankyou to all #fans & #followers! Love the #support #ShareTheLove
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Just read this in an email from the Dogwood Initiative here in BC. 

"Do you remember what happened in Kitimat in April? Following in the footsteps of B.C.’s northern plebiscite, voters in the coastal community of Sooke voted 70 per cent to 30 against increased oil tanker traffic past their homes. 
First-time Sooke mayoral candidate Maja Tait campaigned on a promise to ally with First Nations and neighbouring municipalities to press the issue with higher levels of government. She won with an impressive 66 per cent of the vote."

I got off my butt this time and voted for the first time ever in a Municipal Election. I was also one of the people they tried to contact before the election.
"18,190 British Columbians pledged to vote, we had more than 5,500 real live conversations and we know 6,490 of them actually made it to the polls."

I was one of those 6,490 people who voted against  #increasedtankertraffic past my beautiful home in Sooke, BC, and yes, I do feel somewhat proud. I do not know what this means for the future, but I do know that my children are watching me as I attempt to protect what I feel is important for their future. After all, we go to the ocean often enough, throughout the year. We utilize the trails and beaches in and around our community, we seek out wildlife and enjoy the abundance of natural wonder that surrounds us right now. Why ever would we want to spoil that with an oily mess that literally takes years, decades even, to be what it never was in the first place. 

By that I mean even after many, many years, an ecosystem has been proven to never be fully recovered or restored to what it was before the oil disaster struck. I have researched this subject, as well of that as renewable energy, and know that renewable energy sources are on the rise in usage, and that musty, old fossil fuels are rapidly declining. I do not fully comprehend why so many people seem to think that there is a future in old fossil fuel mining. Are they just trying to rape the planet for what they can before that source of income has become extinct like that from which it is sourced? Why not instead invest in something that is a sure thing for the future? After all, is that not what we all want? To be prepared for what lies ahead, and have a course of action already implemented for the future generations? For the very survival of our planet?

Just my thoughts on this bluntly divisive question that seems to be such a hot topic in my Province. But whether you are for or against such derogatory use of our resources, keep in mind that we all know that fossil fuels will not last forever, and we need to use the technology we create in inventive ways in which to enrich our use of our beloved planet. Even if we do get people to Mars, how many generations of people are really going to want to leave Earth for such an unknown adventure? And until we develop the technology to get them back, how many of us are going to be willing to give up life here on our home planet for the mysterious risk of something so foreign and far gone? 

I hope you enjoy this read as much as my articles. They are my own "meandering thoughts," to quote a much loved song by Baz Luhrmann. I am off for the night. I did not get an article written today: tomorrow is a new beginning! 
K.L. 
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Victoria, BC, Canada - Duncan, BC, Canada - Edmonton, AB, Canada - Prince George, BC, Canada
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Strong writing skills have always been my weapon of choice. I wield my pen better than my tongue when it comes to communication and I compose what I want to see when I choose to read.
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A burgeoning writer for the Guardian Liberty Voice online publication. I am looking for people who are interested in current events and what is happening around them to join me in my journey through learning about fascinating goings-on and perhaps ways to help where we can. I encourage you to read my stories and pass the relevant information on to others whom you feel would either benefit from the news or be interested in my articles. I am very excited to be starting a new path in my career as a writer and I invite other like minded people to follow me as I meander determinedly towards a glorious future. 
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  • spectrum communtity school
    1993 - 1995
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Piano Teacher is one of the best effortless piano apps on Android! Try it and master your piano songs with no hard practice.Over 10 million

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Ottawa police, Supreme Court websites down after possible hack
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A hacker group claimed responsibility after the websites of the Ottawa police department and the Supreme Court of Canada flashed offline Sat

More protesters arrested after crossing police line into pipeline survey...
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VANCOUVER - About a dozen more people have been arrested at a pipeline protest in a conservation area in Vancouver.

E-cigarette market on fire while scientists wage heated debate
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Electronic cigarette use is skyrocketing, revenue has reached the billions of dollars, legislators are talking about — and enacting — regula

Is Organic Food Really Worth the Extra Money?
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With food prices perpetually on the rise, it is easy to question whether paying more for organic food is worth it--particularly for meat and

Canadian regulator tells Enbridge to stop Line 3 maintenance work
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By Nia Williams CALGARY Alberta (Reuters) - Canada's energy regulator has ordered Enbridge Inc to halt maintenance work on its Line 3 crude

“NCIS” Star Experiences the Dangers of Hair Dye
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“NCIS” star Pauley Perrette is a natural blonde who’s been dyeing her hair black for 20 years, so imagine her surprise when she wound up in

B.C.'s Bass Coast Festival bans aboriginal headdresses
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Here's something that should be common sense -- and common knowledge -- in North America these days but seems too often to go forgotten: It

HUGE Fresh Fruit Recall Due to Listeria Contamination ~ Canada &amp; USA
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Health Canada is warning people in Canada &amp; USA of a huge fresh fruit recall due to a possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination! Wawona,

Pro-Beijing figure warns Hong Kong's freedoms under threat: report
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By Greg Torode HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's leaders could re-think Hong Kong's autonomy if tensions in the Asian financial hub reached a le

'Oh my God, I'm going to die': Swimmer in Southern California recalls gr...
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Steven Robles was an hour into his regular weekend swim off some of Southern California's most popular beaches when he came face-to-face wit

Early Humans Evolved in 'Mosaic Process' Million Years Earlier Than Prev...
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Early humans were less primitive than originally thought and were able to adapt to their environment and make tools much earlier, according

Breastfeeding Montreal mom told to leave swimming pool
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A Montreal borough has apologized to a mother who was told to stop breastfeeding her baby at a public pool because it was making people unco

Conjoined Ohio twins, 62, mark a milestone
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Donnie and Ronnie Galyon turn 62 years, 8 months and 8 days old, thereby outliving Chang and Eng Bunker, conjoined twins who lived from 1881

Roma family in Montreal granted a stay of deportation
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A Roma family from Hungary hoping to remain in Canada has been granted a stay of deportation. Renata and Tibor Buzas and their three childre

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SensibleBC | Decriminalize Marijuana. For a Safer Province.
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Welcome to the Sensible BC campaign to decriminalize cannabis in our province. We are calling upon the BC government to pass the Sensible Po

Dogwood Initiative
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Dogwood helps British Columbians reclaim control over land &amp; water

first off, let me begin by stating that unless you have a reservation, be prepared to wait a VERY long time to be seated. for such a beautiful setting, i was EXTREMELY disappointed in the small menu, with nothing to recommend it! living on the west coast, i have never in my life been in a restaurant that served ONLY salmon or tuna as their ONLY seafood dishes. although the portion sizes were deserving of a mention, there was VERY limited other dishes offered, none of which seemed very appetizing or appealing, with prices to match. i'd suggest drinking water when you are here! the service was okay, the hostess seemed to have to strive to play friendly, the waitress was slow to bring us our orders. overall, i found this restaurant lacking on MANY different levels, and wouldn't go back or suggest this place to anyone!
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
usually helpful staff, although sometimes not very knowledgeable about various authors, especially new ones entering the writing scene, unless they are local. i found the actual owner to be friendly, courteous and helpful! i love bringing my family here to buy our books - the five of us who read in our house!
Quality: GoodAppeal: GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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although the food was satisfactory, the decor was mediocre and the service was pretty common, my biggest complaint was the price! way to overpriced for what i got. $50 didn't even feed me and my friend a good meal; i had the cheapest thing on the menu and drank only water while my friend had the special of the day and one juice. we shared dessert. for a total of $53 - i didn't even have enough to leave a tip! i would never recommend this place to anyone unless they had just won the lottery!
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Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago