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Scott Gilmore
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Michael Stahlke 1h
Look, these guys were out there making split second life and death decisions. Like whether to murder a prisoner, bury them, exhume their body and burn the evidence days later. Or whether to gun down a motorcycle driving away from you. Or should I shoot this child or not.
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Africa Check May 19
🇨🇦 🇰🇪 Has Canada’s prime minister begged Kenya’s president for a million immigrants, as several blogs published? No, this is false.
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Scott Gilmore May 17
‘She had nothing left to give’: Ontario parents take daughter to U.S. to treat Lyme disease
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Most of Us May 16
Invasive pigs running wild across Canada
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Megha Rajagopalan May 11
If you downloaded the photo storage app Ever, you'd see warm and fuzzy branding about saving memories. But Ever is quietly using these pictures of people's families and friends to build facial recognition tools marketed to law enforcement and the military.
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Lachlan Markay May 10
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alberta@noon May 10
NOON: Are we nation of strangers? makes his case at noon. Read up then call in. 1 866 468 4422
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John Ivison May 9
Thought-provoking piece by
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alberta@noon May 9
FRIDAY Are we really a nation of strangers? joins us Fri at noon.
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Paul Vieira May 9
Replying to @Scott_Gilmore
More from piece: It's painfully evident in recent years that when faced with problems on a national scale, Canada is unable to muster a national response. This dysfunction is not because of a flaw in the system of government. "It's because of us."
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Alexander Panetta May 8
“A Nation Of Strangers.” An important look at Canadians’ lack of travel/mobility within their own country, and the real-life consequences of that. The causes are obvious (distance, pop density, $ of internal travel, better weather elsewhere). The solutions, less so
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Scott Gilmore May 9
100 years ago today, the very first airstrike hit Afghanistan when a single British biplane dropped bombs on the palace in Kabul during the Third Anglo-Afghan War. This week coalition airstrikes in Farah province killed 150 insurgents and 45 civilians according to govt reports.
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Tom Nichols May 8
This article, about the closing of Lordstown, is brutal and my heart and my head do not agree. My heart says: Let these people stay in Ohio and work. My head says: You cannot make cars in one place forever and factories close as a fact of life.
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Maclean's Magazine May 8
Scott Gilmore: Canadians don't often move out of their birth province. We vacation elsewhere. We barely know each other. We're now unable to muster national responses to big issues.
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John Michael McGrath May 8
Lots to think about here, not least the ridiculous state of anti-competitive air travel in Canada. But and I have had exactly this discussion: why go to Vancouver when we could go to NYC, etc.
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Tom Harrington May 8
This column from on Canada's inner alienation & it's subtle but real impact. A 'makes you think' read.
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Scott Gilmore May 8
Only 15% of Cdns live outside of their province of birth We are more likely to vacation abroad than in another province From Toronto, it's cheaper to fly to Miami than Saskatoon No wonder we can't sell beer to each other, we're a nation of strangers.
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ian bremmer May 7
If I’m being honest, the biggest story of my lifetime is there’s half as much animal life on earth today as there was the year i was born (1969).
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Most of Us May 2
Most of us… are happy with where we live
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Scott Gilmore May 2
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