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Children are a gift and you are their steward, not their jailer.
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>Senior engineers at Canada's energy regulator are under investigation by their professional association over their probe of alleged safety code violations at TransCanada Corp, Canada's second largest pipeline operator.<
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> Wall Street banks are so upset with Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren’s call for them to be broken up that some have discussed withholding campaign donations to Senate Democrats in symbolic protest, sources familiar with the discussions said.
> Representatives from Citigroup, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, have met to discuss ways to urge Democrats, including Warren and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, to soften their party’s tone toward Wall Street, sources familiar with the discussions said this week.<
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This truly illustrates the power big money has on the American electoral process.  How much of this kind of thing will it take for people to wake up and smell the coffee?
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>"C-51 is sweeping in scope, including granting Canadian intelligence agencies CSIS and CSE new authority for offensive online attacks, as well as allowing these agencies to obtain significant amounts of information held by the Canadian government. The open-ended internal information-sharing exceptions contained in the bill erode the relationship between individuals and their government by removing the compartmentalization that allows Canadians to provide the government some of their most private information (for census, tax compliance, health services, and a range of other purposes) and trust that that information will be used for only its original purposes. This compartmentalization, currently a requirement of the Privacy Act, will not exist after Bill C-51 comes into force.<
 
We all know secret police Bill C-51 will erode our privacy rights, but how will it affect the tech sector?
Mozilla, the company behind one of the world's leading web browsers, says the Conservative anti-terrorism bill will "threaten the openness of the web" and "reduce the security of the Internet."
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Always nice to read a short story and look at pretty pictures.
 
A short Zen story with pictures. Enjoy.
The Taste of Banzo's Sword Matajuro Yagyu was the son of a famous swordsman. His father, believing that his son's work was too mediocre to anticipate mastership, disowned him.  So Matajuro went to Mo...
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What sitting all day does to your body.
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So why not put wind turbines and photovoltaic cells on all those mountain tops that have been levelled? Replace the need for coal plants.
Communities in Kentucky hit by a downturn in coal or power-plant jobs could get help with economic development under a program announced Friday.
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>A clear majority across Canada believe the Harper Conservatives are moving the country in the wrong direction. We want our politicians to work together for a strong democracy, a fair economy, and a clean environment.<
I’m joining thousands across Canada who are pledging to vote together to defeat Harper and move Canada forward with a strong democracy, fair economy and clean environment. Click here to join us.
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Quebec vs. the Internet. It's all about gambling revenue, not terrorism.
 
The Government of Quebec released its budget yesterday featuring two Internet-related measures that are sure to attract attention and possible litigation. First, it is moving forward with plans to study a new tax on residential Internet services in order…
The Government of Quebec released its budget yesterday featuring two Internet-related measures that are sure to attract attention and possible litigation. First, it is moving forward with plans to study a new tax on residential Internet services in order to provide support for the cultural sector. The study was recommended by the Quebec Taxation Review Committee, which is looking for new sources of revenue to support the movie, music, and book pu...
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Got your GoT swag?
 
From April 6 until April 17, the network will bring the world of Westeros to 277 Queen St. West. Among the merchandise fans can expect to find: Exclusive Season 5 T-shirt and tote bags, a hockey jersey (Canada!), pint glasses and beer steins, a 4D puzzle, character figurines, and a a 7" Iron Throne replica statue. To top it all off, you can even pose on a full-sized Iron Throne.
Do you love warring clans, sniveling boy-kings, occasional gratuitous nudity, and dragons? Then start hoarding your bags of gold, because HBO is bringing a Game of Thrones-themed pop-up shop to Toronto to coincide with the launch of the show's fifth season. From April 6 until April 17, the network will...
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> Previous research also suggested that humans are evolving more quickly now than at any time since the split with the ancestors of modern chimpanzees 6m years ago. The study, by the University of Wisconsin, found that at least 7% of human genes have undergone recent evolution. Some of the changes included the emergence of fair skin and blue eyes in northern Europe, greater resistance to malaria in some African populations and the appearance of a gene that allows lactose to be digested.<
Let's not forget the 'empathy' gene that distinguishes the newest, Liberal thinking mutation from their more Conservative Paleolithic ancestors.
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Texting and driving: worse than drinking and here's the videos to prove it.
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+Jarekx2007 Well, it probably helps that you can still actually see where you're going when you're drunk, unlike when you're texting.
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