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90% Of Trudeau’s Promises Kept

Reading Time: < 1 minute Politicians often make many promises during elections, but whether or not they’ll actually follow through begs the question: do politicians keep their promises? In 2013, a group of professors at Laval University in Quebec City created a website called the “Polimetre” to answer that question with hard scientific data. The Polimetre tracked promises of the Pauline Marois, Read More…

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Those Infected With The Coronavirus Will Be Shipped To The Isolated Galang Desert

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Indonesian authorities plan to place those infected with the coronavirus on the uninhabited island of Galang. The Jakarta Post newspaper with reference to the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, Hadi Tjahjanto, reports this. According to the commander-in-chief, Galang Island was chosen as the site for the hospital, as several buildings that were used in Read More…

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During A Pandemic, States’ Patchwork Of Crisis Strategies Could Mean Uneven Care

Reading Time: 5 minutes A possible coronavirus pandemic could overwhelm the nation’s hospitals and force doctors into difficult decisions about how to allocate limited resources. Yet, experts say, only a handful of states have done the work necessary to prepare for such worst-case scenarios. How would hospitals handle overflowing emergency rooms? What would doctors do if they ran out Read More…

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Trudeau Government To Reduce Wireless Cost By 25%

Reading Time: < 1 minute More than ever, Canadians are relying on wireless services for their everyday needs, making access to high quality and affordable wireless services absolutely essential. The Trudeau government is offering Canadian consumers more affordable options by helping to reduce the cost of mid-range wireless services by 25 percent and further increasing competition. To help Canadians get Read More…

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20,000 Migrants Have Now Died In The Mediterranean Sea

Reading Time: 2 minutes International Organisation for Migration (IOM) reiterates that improved and expanded safe, legal pathways for migrants and refugees are urgently needed. A tragic shipwreck off the coast of Libya last month and more than a dozen other recent fatalities elsewhere have pushed the death toll in the Mediterranean Sea to 20,014 since 2014, according to IOM’s Missing Read More…