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Important Things You Need to Know About EMF Radiation

We all love technology. In fact, we can’t live without the latest technology. People across the world are addicted to making calls and using cell phones to browse social media. The latest technology is also used in workplaces and health facilities. Visit any office and the first thing you see is a computer. Any electrical appliance that uses power emits …

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Annoyed with Canada, U.S. trade czar floats idea of separate NAFTA deals, lawmaker says

WASHINGTON — The United States trade czar is expressing frustration with Canada in the NAFTA negotiations. That’s according to a U.S. lawmaker who attended a meeting with him today. Congressman Ron Kind says U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is even talking about finishing NAFTA negotiations with Mexico first, then doing a separate negotiation with Canada later. Kind is a Democrat …

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‘I am not giving up on this’: Kinder Morgan president vows to fight for Trans Mountain

If the point of the British Columbia government’s continuing tantrums against bitumen pipelines is to get proponent Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. to quit in frustration, it’s not working. President Ian Anderson, who has led the proposal to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline through years of erratic B.C. politics, said the project is staying the course — even if it’s moving …

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WestJet CEO says it hopes to recruit Swoop pilots from mainline operations

WestJet Airlines Ltd.’s chief executive said the airline hopes to recruit pilots from its mainline and Encore services to fly planes for its new ultra low-cost carrier Swoop, but that it will hire externally if necessary — a move that the company’s new pilots union said it is against. “I will say, first and foremost, that it is Swoop’s preference …

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Habs Game Report: 4-1 win over Senators makes it a weekend sweep

The bottom line: With a weekend sweep, the Canadiens earned the right to sit back and have a couple of cold ones as they enjoyed the Super Bowl. After beating the Anaheim Ducks 5-2 Saturday, the Canadiens used a solid defensive effort and the power play to beat the Ottawa Senators 4-1 Sunday at the Bell Centre. Carey Price made …

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Future remains uncertain for Canadiens’ Tomas Plekanec

Tomas Plekanec doesn’t remember the first point he registered with the Canadiens, which is understandable because it happened so long ago. The date was Oct. 6, 2005 and Plekanec picked up an assist on a goal by Chris Higgins as the Canadiens beat the Rangers 4-3 in New York on an overtime goal by Michael Ryder. On Sunday afternoon, Plekanec …

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Super Bowl ads run the gamut from tame humour — to tame social messages

NEW YORK—This year’s Super Bowl ads ran the gamut from tame humour to … tame messages about social causes. After a divisive year, advertisers during the Big Game worked overtime to win over audiences with messages that entertained and strove not to offend. The slapstick humour and sexual innuendo that used to be commonplace during Super Bowl ad breaks were …

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Trudeau talks a good game on gender diversity, but hasn’t made the hard choices to do anything about it

The National Post’s John Ivison asked this week whether there were any limits to how far Justin Trudeau will go to foster diversity and inclusion? Answer: Yes. And that’s too bad. Those whose knowledge of Canada’s first openly feminist prime minister is based on their reading of, say, Rolling Stone, might be surprised to learn that Trudeau has yet to …

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Aurora Cannabis purchases CanniMed in Canada’s biggest deal

Two major Canadian marijuana growers have agreed to what would become the biggest deal in the country’s thriving weed sector, after several months of negotiations and rivalry. Aurora Cannabis will buy smaller pot producer CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. for $1.1 billion, in what is described by the companies as a “friendly” deal. “We are very pleased to have come to terms …

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