Anti-Semitic ‘provocation’ signals dangerous game in Ukraine city: A leaflet threatening Donestk’s Jews might not be legitimate, but the provocation brings back the region’s horrible history after it fell to the hands of the Nazis in the Second World War
+David Watson Not all pray these days. I heard these new rulers Harper supports are right getting into far right policy at this time to make change. I feel for this guy being easy for Nazis nuts still around.
It was fun until I got XBMC box. Streaming from "Chrome" requires a wireless connection - useless if hardwired computers. Throwing content from Android phone is great but kills cellphone battery quick. Never understood the complaint about "Canadian" content, never bothered with Netflix US and seeing content growing on Netflix Canada - more than I can watch and enjoy the show made in Canada I missed.
Artist photographs one Torontonian from every country in the world: Colin Boyd Shafer’s Cosmopolis photography project highlights the city’s diversity, but also what people can learn from our global population
Avalanche hit the most popular route to the mountain’s peak
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