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Unseen North Korea: American photographers journe...
... 2,150 kilometers (1,336 miles) in a country that has barely 25,000 kilometers of road, and only 724 kilometers of those paved. By the time we returned to the capital a week later, our...
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Toronto Election 2014: John Tory on Seven Key Iss...
... SmartTrack would have 22 stations, and might, according to the campaign, carry over 200,000 passengers per day. The plan involves a number of complications and concerns: for example, it would...
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"Big four" highest contributors to roadway deaths...
... safety enforcement and education campaign endorsed by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP). Speeding and distracted driving are in the lead of the four road death causal...
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Ontario innovators create new auto products
... product will be available as of Oct. 20 from www.parkyourphone.ca One of the most commonly used tools in a mechanic’s arsenal these days is the lowly broom handle. It only takes being...
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From the archives: past Man Booker Prize winners
Perhaps Mr. Naipaul is too subtle a writer to spell out the indisputable fact that the only true freedom (to twist Hazlitt a little) is the retirement of the passions, the repose of the...
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Who said what?
... the site can start generating property taxes. She also pointed out that the site is not only failing to generate revenue at this time, but if it’s granted to the University it will...
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University of Waterloo
Having the right impact
Impact, a national campaign to make Canada’s roads the, “safest in the world.” Woodstock police and Oxford OPP will be participating in the initiative designed to remind people that an...
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Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
October 10, 2014
... federal law, Constitution The Obama administration's plans to screen certain airline passengers for exposure to Ebola are based on the Constitution and long-established legal authority...
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How Hungary’s Viktor Orban Is Slowly Destroying H...
... off their trains. On sidewalks, signs proclaiming the party’s simple, yet telling slogan—“Only Fidesz!!”— are plastered on 15-foot-high, circular advertising kiosks towering over...
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‘Lower speeds and more cops needed’
... a steep embankment. Picture: Puri Devjee Durban - Drop the speed limit and hire more traffic police, or you will be left with blood on your hands. This was the stark warning to the government...
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World Health Organisation
Fix the bus system first
... about doing an expanded rail system as the solution to our mass transport woes. But not only do rail systems cost a lot of money, rail solutions also take a long time to put in...
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