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Restoration of mural damaged by Harvey almost complete

HOUSTON — A historic Houston mural damaged during Hurricane Harvey is nearly restored to its original condition after floodwaters seeped into the structure, causing paint to pop off and mould to grow. African-American muralist John Biggers’ 1953 artwork, “Contribution of Negro Women to American Life and Education,” is expected to be fully repaired before the […]
National Post
56m50s 09:40:26

Scott Thompson offers a timely revisit with fearless gay socialite Buddy Cole

Buddy Cole may be a product of the 1980s, but his return seems timely. Not that he ever went away. The lounge-lizard gay socialite creation of The Kids in the Hall alumni Scott Thompson has been alive in the comedian’s fertile imagination for the past 25 years. At this year’s High Performance Rodeo, Buddy returns […]
Calgary Herald
01h12m 09:24:35

Economists Mislead on Carbon Tax

We live in strange times indeed when an environmental reporter for the New York Times writes that we should stop pushing for a carbon tax , just a few weeks before dozens of distinguished economists sign a letter to the Wall Street Journal calling for a carbon tax. Yet despite the prestige behind the impressive list of signers, the economists mislead the American public on several key points. Specifically, there is quite open hostility on the progressive Left to merely a carbon tax—for example as is spelled out in the “Green New Deal” that has attracted so much attention. It is thus very dangerous for these economists to tell the public that a carbon tax would promote economic growth by eliminating unnecessary regulation. Furthermore, there is no discussion of just how severely economic growth would be limited, even if the carbon tax receipts were refunded dollar-for-dollar (which of course they won’t be). The talk about average families receiving more back in dividends than they pay out in higher energy prices is extremely misleading, and could only be true if the scheme fails in its ostensible goal of drastically cutting emissions. Finally, the attempt to maintain American competitiveness with a “border adjustment” would simply ensure that the program was symbolic and did little to slow global carbon dioxide emissions.
CanadaFreePress.Com
01h54m 08:43:00

The dark side of DNA testing

"There is less control over DNA privacy than Facebook privacy," says Prof. Julia Creet. The post The dark side of DNA testing appeared first on The Canadian Jewish News .
The Canadian Jewish News
22h25m 12:11:56

Last hookups remain after Friday`s Blackburn Hamlet gas line, water main breaks

Enbridge Gas continued to reconnect a small group of residents to gaslines in a Blackburn Hamlet district early Saturday, after the area was hit by a twin gas main and water pipe break early Friday. About 550 customers were affected by the gas outage after an Enbridge contractor hit a gas line, Innes Ward Coun. […]
Ottawa Citizen
59m54s 09:37:22

‘DON’T CRY’: Serena Williams consoles Australian Open foe

MELBOURNE, Australia — It was all a bit overwhelming for the latest opponent who could do nothing to slow Serena Williams at the Australian Open. So Dayana Yastremska, an 18-year-old from Ukraine, found herself wiping away tears as she walked to the net. Williams knows what it’s like to be the one weeping after a […]
Canoe
01h23m 09:13:55

Saturday`s letters: Save seniors` ride program

Re. “Let’s not lose this beautiful thing,” Elise Stolte, Jan. 16 My wife is a member of Drive Happiness and I can tell you we would be in serious trouble without this program, as would every other member. Try getting from Century Park to the Northgate Joint and Bone Centre with a brain injury and no […]
Edmonton Journal
02h37m 08:00:11

GM union workers call on Trudeau for support at Montreal auto show protest

Unifor`s Quebec director Renaud Gagne is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to follow in Ontario Premier Doug Ford`s footsteps by pledging support for General Motors workers faced with a looming plant closure. The post GM union workers call on Trudeau for support at Montreal auto show protest appeared first on Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News .
Canadian Business – Your Source For..
17h49m 16:48:02

Global Voices: Tips for arguing productively

We’ve all been there, waist-deep in an argument with a relative about Black Lives Matter, immigration policy or the Me Too movement — maybe all three at once. We convince ourselves we’re right. Then our opponent brings up a fact […]
canada.com
04d04h 02:51:31

Matthews, Nylander continue goal slumps as Leafs lose to Panthers

SUNRISE, Fla. — It’s hurting the Maple Leafs that William Nylander isn’t scoring, but it’s painful to think of Auston Matthews being dragged down, too. Both young stars fired blanks on Friday when the Leafs were in search of a key goal that might have put away the 0-for-7 Panthers and swept this Florida road […]
Toronto Sun
01h03m 09:33:56

University District set to grow in Surrey City Centre

The city of Surrey is developing an image as a place for young professionals to study, live and work, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the rapidly developing Surrey City Centre, the neighbourhood anchored by a new city hall, library and recreation centre, as well as SFU’s campus and a Kwantlen Polytechnic University […]
Vancouver Sun
01h49m 08:48:14

Why do adults in Ottawa wear snow pants on the bus?

Swish swish: The puffy and practical legwear was spotted out in the wild, and some think it`s painfully uncool and unnecessary. The post Why do adults in Ottawa wear snow pants on the bus? appeared first on Macleans.ca .
Macleans.ca
18h08m 16:28:59

‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue’ theme for 2019 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

The 2019 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will focus on justice, with the theme “Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue” (Deuteronomy 16:18–20). The theme was chosen by an ecumenical group in Indonesia and draws on the island nation’s traditional values, according to the 2019 Week of Prayer website, calling Christians “to move from […] The post ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue’ theme for 2019 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity appeared first on Anglican Journal .
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