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Zack Rosebrugh

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🇺🇸2020 Election 🗳

Hong Kong protests

ETFs are eating the market

A dose of reality

Mining for silver

Making immigration work

Women of note

The race to zero emissions

Today's children are already living with the lifelong effects of climate change. The Guardian reports on new research indicating that exposing children to wildfires and heatwaves today will complicate their health in the future.

Climate crisis will affect lifelong health of young, warn doctors

Great tidbit from Akshat's Race to Zero Emission's newsletter—older adults are being exposed to more heatwaves than ever before as a result of climate change. This is bad news: older bodies are often ill-equipped to maintain their body temp when exposed to outside stressors. I wouldn't be surprised if

Great tidbit from Akshat's Race to Zero Emission's newsletter—older adults are being exposed to more heatwaves than ever before as a result of climate change. This is bad news: older bodies are often ill-equipped to maintain their body temp when exposed to outside stressors. I wouldn't be surprised if we start seeing a spike in heat-related deaths as the days over 30 C continue to climb in certain parts of the world.

Let the algorithm decide

The future of gaming

Clash of the titans

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Canadians decide Justin Trudeau’s future. CBC News projects prime minister Trudeau's party, the Liberals, is on track to form a minority government after what’s been an uncharacteristically nasty campaign.

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From Our Members

  • Of course politicians talk of hope it is their stock in trade but the reality of the polls suggests that Canadians are tired of talk and issues deferred until elections.

    The once shiny new Liberal machine that appears progressive trumpeting

    platitudes and earnest apologies now appears dented and

    Of course politicians talk of hope it is their stock in trade but the reality of the polls suggests that Canadians are tired of talk and issues deferred until elections.

    The once shiny new Liberal machine that appears progressive trumpeting

    platitudes and earnest apologies now appears dented and scratched with wobbly wheels.

    Just before the election two scandals put potholes in Liberal road to victory.

    The scandal of SNC Lavalin which cost the government two important ministers , and a senior public servant has not been adressed.

    The inept handling has also marred the impression of equity as the two ministers are women.

    A lesser scandal was the charge against Admiral Norman which was dismissed and the potential lawsuit settled without public discussion.

    While all the parties are resorting to scare tactics , claiming only they could solve Canada's problems some major issues were ignored by the two main parties.

    For example:

    The housing price bubble that has the potential to blow out the Canadian economy and the economic inequality that seems to be fueling criminal activity and gang violence.

    The probable result will be a minority government which will not represent the will of the majority.

    Canadian politicians dare not recognize the reality that Canadians don't elect governments we fire them.

  • Apparently this election has been referred to as "The Seinfeld Election" in that it's been about nothing (no acerbic media present). That said, it's so telling how close this election has become.