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" Co-owner Hugo Jeanson says the dealership's decision a few years ago to focus on electric cars as a way to grow the business attracted a following, with customers coming from as far away as New Brunswick and British Columbia. Nearly half of Bourgeois's car sales are now electric vehicles.
"I don't know why the other dealerships are not embracing the movement and the turn in technologies, but I'm not complaining," he said. "

Big Three, are you listening?



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Want an internship that’s out-of-this-world? Apply to become a NASA intern! Explore the opportunities here: https://www.careerarc.com/job-map/nasa?campaign_id=21631
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Shrouded in clouds, this view of Earth was taken on May 18, 1969, by the crew of Apollo 10 as they began their lunar journey. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/2qWiK9I
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The Washington Post: Malware, described in leaked NSA documents, cripples computers worldwide. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwqeDu8jQ

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'... It’s impossible to imagine Japanese meals without soy sauce, or the umami-rich fermented bean paste called miso, or the rice-based spirit known as sake. Which means that Japanese cuisine depends on the one fungus that enables the fermentation of all these delicious foods: koji. Today, American chefs are discovering what Asian cooks have known for centuries, that koji is a microbial powerhouse with seemingly magical abilities to completely transform food. But how does a mold from a family of microbes known for their toxicity turn salty, mashed beans into sticky, succulent miso? How did koji make its way from Japan to the U.S.? And how might the weird and wonderful ways chefs in the U.S. are now using koji transform the American dinner table, too? ...'

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Take a stroll along the bridges of Paris with Pierre Bonnard's 'The Pont des Arts', painted in 1905.
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