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6/16/2024 Canada News

Jun 16, 2024
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Read more about Cracker Barrel is Getting a Facelift
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Cracker Barrel is Getting a Facelift

May 31, 2024
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Cracker Barrel, which is known as America's "old country store," may soon see changes in the near future

The journeys of space exploration

Mar 26, 2024
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Space exploration is humanity's grand adventure into the unknown, pushing the limits of our understanding and technology.
Read more about Liberian History.
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Liberian History.

Mar 25, 2024
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Read more about Liberian History.
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(Top) Early history (pre-1821) Colonization (1821–1847) Toggle Colonization (1821–1847) subsection Americo-Liberian rule (1847–1980) Toggle Americo-Liberian rule (1847–1980) subsection Samuel Doe and the People's Redemption Council (1980–1989) Toggle Samuel Doe and the People's Redemption Council (1980–1989) subsection First Liberian Civil War (1989–1996) Toggle First Liberian Civil War (1989–1996) subsection Second Liberian Civil War (1997–2003) Toggle Second Liberian Civil War (1997–2003) subsection Peace agreement and transitional government (2003–2005) Ellen Johnson Sirleaf elected president (2005).
Read more about Cozy No-Bid Contracts Pay Migrant Shelter Security Guards Ridiculous Hourly Wage
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Cozy No-Bid Contracts Pay Migrant Shelter Security Guards Ridiculous Hourly Wage

Mar 03, 2024
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Eric Adams didn't have time to put contracts up for bid. Some of the migrant shelter security guards hired by the city are making $117 an hour. Basically, Adams and his administrators took $50 million and set it on fire.
Read more about Unrighteous Blood of Pakistanis In Iran?
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Unrighteous Blood of Pakistanis In Iran?

Feb 03, 2024
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9 Pakistani laborers were killed in Iran. Both the countries had reduced the tension. After that, which country, which organization organized this event? The official position of Pakistan is that there is an attempt to spoil Pakistan-Iran relations. The common enemy of both countries played this bloody game. Perhaps he was referring to India. By the way, it is said about such events that it is anyone's guess. The address cannot go until the time, until the investigation is also correct.
Read more about To Come Up Smelling of Roses
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To Come Up Smelling of Roses

Jan 21, 2024
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A recovering amnesiac is trying to piece together the missing portion of his life with a wife who is keeping the truth from him all the while not looking at him the same. Can his dreams help him remember?
Read more about Introducing Public Service Streams – Free for Anyone to Read
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Introducing Public Service Streams – Free for Anyone to Read

Oct 27, 2023
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Read more about Introducing Public Service Streams – Free for Anyone to Read
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Notd now lets any government agency, at any level, publish streams that will be free for anyone to subscribe. We are allowing these free streams as a public service, so that local, state, and federal governments can expand their audience when they need to provide important information. If you work for a government agency and want to publish a Public Service stream, read the rest of this post for the (simple) instructions). Notd streams allow for longer posts, higher resolution images, and no ads. Also, all of your posts will always be visible to all of your subscribers, as we do not use algorithms to determine what users see in their feeds.
Read more about Exploring the Complex Link Between Social Media and Mental Well-being
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Exploring the Complex Link Between Social Media and Mental Well-being

Aug 31, 2023
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In the age of technology, social media has revolutionized the way we connect, communicate, and share information. While it has brought numerous benefits, it's also raising concerns about its impact on mental health. This article delves into the effects of social media on mental health, exploring the complex relationship between the two.

What is life about

Jul 27, 2023
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You do what’s best for you no matter how hard it gets keep your head up high, don’t let nobody bring you down yes of course you will have people bring you down but at the end of the day you have your self.
Read more about 10 Historic Sites You Must Visit to  Understand American History
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10 Historic Sites You Must Visit to Understand American History

Jul 24, 2023
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The historic sites you must visit to learn and about the culture and heritage of the most popular country in the world--the United States of America.
Read more about The latest ‘right to repair’ law is the broadest one yet
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The latest ‘right to repair’ law is the broadest one yet

May 31, 2023
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Do-it-yourselfers and repair shops are celebrating a victory in Minnesota with the enactment of a new law that requires many manufacturers to share parts and information with tinkerers and small businesses.
Read more about Georgia organizations embrace long road to end veterans homelessness
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Georgia organizations embrace long road to end veterans homelessness

May 31, 2023
Read more about Georgia organizations embrace long road to end veterans homelessness
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Former eight-year Army veteran Wilma Fiddmont’s dreams of settling into a comfortable life in Georgia took a sharp detour that left her homeless and sleeping in her car. Her life was in shambles as the little money she had saved up quickly disappeared while she was living in hotel rooms, but she would quickly rebound in 2021 after searching phone book listings led to her discovering a new Warner Robins shelter that is aiming to end chronic homelessness for women who served in the military.
Read more about 115  Nebraska business leaders sign letter opposing bills attacking LGBTQ rights
Read more about 115  Nebraska business leaders sign letter opposing bills attacking LGBTQ rights

115 Nebraska business leaders sign letter opposing bills attacking LGBTQ rights

May 05, 2023
Read more about 115  Nebraska business leaders sign letter opposing bills attacking LGBTQ rights
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A letter delivered Thursday from more than 115 Nebraska business leaders tells Gov. Jim Pillen and state lawmakers that two proposals attacking LGBTQ+ rights are hurting job recruitment and retention in the state.
Read more about Tennessee law puts schoolbook sellers, distributors at criminal prosecution risk
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Tennessee law puts schoolbook sellers, distributors at criminal prosecution risk

May 05, 2023
Read more about Tennessee law puts schoolbook sellers, distributors at criminal prosecution risk
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Gov. Bill Lee has signed a new law that puts book publishers, sellers and distributors at risk of prosecution for providing written materials to the state’s public schools that may at any point be deemed obscene.
Read more about New law puts schoolbook sellers, distributors at risk for criminal prosecution
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New law puts schoolbook sellers, distributors at risk for criminal prosecution

May 05, 2023
Read more about New law puts schoolbook sellers, distributors at risk for criminal prosecution
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Gov. Bill Lee has signed a new law that puts book publishers, sellers and distributors at risk of prosecution for providing written materials to the state’s public schools that may at any point be deemed obscene.
Read more about Florida GOP restricts pronouns, removes books, expands ban on gender identity
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Florida GOP restricts pronouns, removes books, expands ban on gender identity

May 05, 2023
Read more about Florida GOP restricts pronouns, removes books, expands ban on gender identity
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Amid sharp divisions between Republicans and Democrats, the Legislature has approved measures for Florida’s public schools that could help or hurt — by restricting “pronouns,” quickly removing certain books in classrooms and school libraries, and expanding a ban on discussion in sexual orientation or gender identity
Read more about Students and professors rally against massive Ohio higher education bill
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Students and professors rally against massive Ohio higher education bill

May 05, 2023
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A chorus of these chants echoed in front of the Statehouse Wednesday as part of a rally to protest a controversial higher education bill that would drastically alter Ohio universities.

NM congressional lawmakers revive effort to protect Chaco from drilling, mining

May 05, 2023
New Mexico’s congressional delegation on Wednesday again introduced the Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act, with support from Pueblo governments and environmental organizations.
Read more about Judge denies temporary injunction request by Zephyr, ACLU of Montana
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Judge denies temporary injunction request by Zephyr, ACLU of Montana

May 04, 2023
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Read more about Judge denies temporary injunction request by Zephyr, ACLU of Montana
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District Court Judge Mike Menahan said Tuesday he won’t put an emergency stop to Montana Speaker of the House Matt Regier’s censure of Rep. Zooey Zephyr. On a party-line vote, the House censured the Missoula Democrat last week alleging a breach of decorum after a protest in the gallery broke out by people who wanted Regier to recognize Zephyr to speak on the floor.