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  1. Yeah, they're cut from different cloth....
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  2. I quit working to get away from being sent to China all of the time.
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  3. I don't care if you are lesbian, gay, straight, bi, transgendered or whatever, just keep it to yourself. Some kid actor who I have never heard of says he/she is transgendered and it makes the national news. Why? We don't need parades to celebrate your sexual persuasion, it's nothing worth celebrating, it's just who you are.
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  4. CHEERFUL STUFF aef today.mp4
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  5. Well I don’t know whether to laugh, cry or puke! This man and his government are so disconnected from reality, it’s beyond words.
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  6. flying it where exactly? not really short on airframes at the moment
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  7. Learn the science before you follow it: Fact-checking Justin Trudeau on climate change Opinion: Before the prime minister gets 'straight to work' on economy-toppling policies, he should get his facts straight Announcing his new plan for getting to net-zero on carbon emissions, Justin Trudeau told Canadians: “If we trust scientists with our health, as we do, then we must also trust their research and their expertise when it comes to other existential threats. And that includes climate change. There is no vaccine against a polluted planet. It’s up to us to act. Because there is a real c
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  8. This always saddens me and I think he got it desperately wrong here; the election results reflect it too IMO. I can only speak for myself I guess, but this is the sort of attitude and headline where Democrats and Liberals utterly fail me: Obama: ‘White population' fear that 'African American community' will 'get out of control’ with police reform I care about criminals, not what colour, creed or religion they are. I care about terrorists, not their religion, whether they be left wing or right, white or brown. So shouting see he was a white Republican Christian fails to resonate.
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  9. CBC reports that the Royal Ottawa Golf Club, one of the country's most prominent private courses, has banked a $1-million surplus from its past season, thanks mostly to federal subsidies for workers' wages during the COVID-19 pandemic. CBC News has obtained the club's audited financial statements, and a recording of its annual general meeting, in which its board told members about the club's "very strong financial position" due to the Canada emergency wage subsidy (CEWS) windfall. "We ended up with a rather substantial subsidy," Doug McLarty, the club treasurer, told participants i
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