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Canadian Government Wants To Regulate Social Media Like Broadcast - https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20210430/07293446707/canadian-government-wants-to-regulate-social-media-like-broadcast.shtml disappointing #canada
 
Canadian Government Wants To Regulate Social Media Like Broadcast - https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20210430/07293446707/canadian-government-wants-to-regulate-social-media-like-broadcast.shtml disappointing #canada
 

Beavers disrupt internet, cellphone and cable TV connection in Tumbler Ridge, B.C., by chewing through 4.5-inch-thick tube | CTV News


Yummy fiber! lol
#beaver #canada
 

CHILD ABUSE: Ontario requires young children to quarantine by themselves, with zero contact from parents!


Not only does a child who has no symptoms have to stay at home, but all other children in the same home have to stay at home too, and can’t visit anyone else either.

And remember — this is all for a kid sent home with no symptoms.
#news #covid #coronavirus #lockdown #Canada #fascism
 

CHILD ABUSE: Ontario requires young children to quarantine by themselves, with zero contact from parents!


Not only does a child who has no symptoms have to stay at home, but all other children in the same home have to stay at home too, and can’t visit anyone else either.

And remember — this is all for a kid sent home with no symptoms.
#news #covid #coronavirus #lockdown #Canada #fascism
 
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Your voice at the table: A guide to mobilizing local government climate action

https://davidsuzuki.org/what-you-can-do/your-voice-at-the-table-guide-to-mobilizing-local-government-climate-action/

#DavidSuzuki #Occupy #Canada #Vancouver #Politics

You can make a difference by working with your local government to build a healthy, sustainable, resilient future together.
(Photo: Jamshed Khedri via Unsplash )
If you want to help your local government take action on climate change, you’ve landed in the right place. This guide will help you work with your local government so you can build a healthy, sustainable, resilient future together.

When people come together for the good of humanity and the Earth, we can accomplish great things.

David Suzuki

Municipalities are tackling the climate crisis

Over the past few years, cities and towns around the world have declared climate emergencies, acknowledging the severity of the crisis we’ve gotten ourselves into. But declaring a climate emergency is just a first step. Governments at all levels need to tackle this emergency by creating and implementing strong climate plans that include ambitious goals and strategies for achieving them.

As a resident of your town or city, your voice is powerful — probably more so than you think. You elect the council members who represent your interests and concerns, and they are responsible to you. You also have access to these elected officials and a right to let them know what you want to see in your community.

What’s more, you’re not alone. This guide will help you connect with like-minded residents and organizations in your community so you can work together on the issues you care about.
Regina, Saskatchewan
What is a municipality?

A municipality is a town or city that has corporate status and a local government. In Canada, there are over 3,500 municipalities. If you don’t live in a municipality, most of the information in this guide will still be relevant and will help you work with your local government. 
How this guide can help you 

Maybe you want to work with your local government on climate issues but aren’t sure where to start. Or maybe you aren’t sure how councils work or how to speak to your elected officials about climate change. Don’t worry; we’re here to help. This guide will give you:

an understanding of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, which will help you speak knowledgably to your elected officials
tools to assess the effectiveness of your local government’s climate plan
an understanding of how local governments operate and how you can work with them
ways to connect with like-minded climate advocates in your community
inspiring stories from people throughout Canada who’ve worked with their governments on climate action

You don’t need to be a climate scientist or a policy expert to work with your municipal government on climate action. You just have to care about the future of your community and be willing to collaborate and learn.
Get started

Ready to make meaningful change in your community? Let’s get started! You can begin this journey in any of the following sections, but we recommend you start by brushing up on your understanding of emissions in Canada.
 
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Your voice at the table: A guide to mobilizing local government climate action

https://davidsuzuki.org/what-you-can-do/your-voice-at-the-table-guide-to-mobilizing-local-government-climate-action/

#DavidSuzuki #Occupy #Canada #Vancouver #Politics

You can make a difference by working with your local government to build a healthy, sustainable, resilient future together.
(Photo: Jamshed Khedri via Unsplash )
If you want to help your local government take action on climate change, you’ve landed in the right place. This guide will help you work with your local government so you can build a healthy, sustainable, resilient future together.

When people come together for the good of humanity and the Earth, we can accomplish great things.

David Suzuki

Municipalities are tackling the climate crisis

Over the past few years, cities and towns around the world have declared climate emergencies, acknowledging the severity of the crisis we’ve gotten ourselves into. But declaring a climate emergency is just a first step. Governments at all levels need to tackle this emergency by creating and implementing strong climate plans that include ambitious goals and strategies for achieving them.

As a resident of your town or city, your voice is powerful — probably more so than you think. You elect the council members who represent your interests and concerns, and they are responsible to you. You also have access to these elected officials and a right to let them know what you want to see in your community.

What’s more, you’re not alone. This guide will help you connect with like-minded residents and organizations in your community so you can work together on the issues you care about.
Regina, Saskatchewan
What is a municipality?

A municipality is a town or city that has corporate status and a local government. In Canada, there are over 3,500 municipalities. If you don’t live in a municipality, most of the information in this guide will still be relevant and will help you work with your local government. 
How this guide can help you 

Maybe you want to work with your local government on climate issues but aren’t sure where to start. Or maybe you aren’t sure how councils work or how to speak to your elected officials about climate change. Don’t worry; we’re here to help. This guide will give you:

an understanding of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, which will help you speak knowledgably to your elected officials
tools to assess the effectiveness of your local government’s climate plan
an understanding of how local governments operate and how you can work with them
ways to connect with like-minded climate advocates in your community
inspiring stories from people throughout Canada who’ve worked with their governments on climate action

You don’t need to be a climate scientist or a policy expert to work with your municipal government on climate action. You just have to care about the future of your community and be willing to collaborate and learn.
Get started

Ready to make meaningful change in your community? Let’s get started! You can begin this journey in any of the following sections, but we recommend you start by brushing up on your understanding of emissions in Canada.
 

Canada's First Basic Income Bill C-273

Why is Bill C-273 important?
It's step one for the Canadian government to create a national Basic Income by answering important questions on how to best design and implement it across Canada.
https://www.ubiworks.ca/basicincomebill

#ubi #basicincome #canada
 

Canada's First Basic Income Bill C-273

Why is Bill C-273 important?
It's step one for the Canadian government to create a national Basic Income by answering important questions on how to best design and implement it across Canada.
https://www.ubiworks.ca/basicincomebill

#ubi #basicincome #canada
 

Canada's First Basic Income Bill C-273

Why is Bill C-273 important?
It's step one for the Canadian government to create a national Basic Income by answering important questions on how to best design and implement it across Canada.
https://www.ubiworks.ca/basicincomebill

#ubi #basicincome #canada
 
#boutique #ebay #canada #financer #refuge #animaux

Notre boutique sert à financer notre refuge pour animaux.
Tout nos livres sont vendu à 2$ le reste va en frais de transport

Voir nos livre : https://www.cafr.ebay.ca/sch/leshoshin/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
 
Are there any comparable initiatives in your country, on a local level?
I have the impression that it is being slept nearly everywhere.

For #Berlin I know #Kiezhelden.
https://kiezhelden.berlin/

📰 A Canadian ‘Buy Local’ Effort Fights Amazon on Its Own Turf
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/02/business/not-amazon-canada.html

>>> https://www.not-amazon.ca/
Seems to work in #Canada.

#fckamazon #amazon #notamazon
#shopping #localshopping
 
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On this day, 28 November 1919, Faye Schulman, photographer and Jewish resistance partisan, was born in Lenin, Poland (now Belarus). In 1942, the Nazis murdered 1,850 Jews in the Lenin ghetto, leaving only Faye and 25 others alive, making Faye take and develop photos of the massacre. Covertly she made copies of the photographs for herself.

She soon fled and joined the partisan resistance, serving as a fighter and nurse. While on a raid in Lenin with her unit, Faye managed to retrieve her camera equipment, and then began documenting the resistance movement, developing her photos under blankets.

"I want people to know that there was resistance. Jews did not go like sheep to the slaughter. I was a photographer. I have pictures. I have proof." Faye survived the war, currently lives in Canada and turns 101 today.

#history #Poland #Belarus #nazi #jew #antifa #nurse
#photo #art #photography #worker #canada
 
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On this day, 28 November 1919, Faye Schulman, photographer and Jewish resistance partisan, was born in Lenin, Poland (now Belarus). In 1942, the Nazis murdered 1,850 Jews in the Lenin ghetto, leaving only Faye and 25 others alive, making Faye take and develop photos of the massacre. Covertly she made copies of the photographs for herself.

She soon fled and joined the partisan resistance, serving as a fighter and nurse. While on a raid in Lenin with her unit, Faye managed to retrieve her camera equipment, and then began documenting the resistance movement, developing her photos under blankets.

"I want people to know that there was resistance. Jews did not go like sheep to the slaughter. I was a photographer. I have pictures. I have proof." Faye survived the war, currently lives in Canada and turns 101 today.

#history #Poland #Belarus #nazi #jew #antifa #nurse
#photo #art #photography #worker #canada
 
@Cass M This is what I had in mind when you talked about the cold
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#Canada
#humor
 
Click thru to read the whole thread.

There is one place in the world where a map of #COVID19 cases & deaths reveals a straight line, with a huge amount of disease on one side, very little on the other | Laurie Garrett on Twitter

The 3000+ mile border US/#Canada It's stark. MORE https://t.co/GB87cNcSXD" / Twitter
https://twitter.com/Laurie_Garrett/status/1321627987847139329

#CoronaVirus #covid-19 #pandemic #US #Canada #politics #USPolitics #health #medicine
 
Click thru to read the whole thread.

There is one place in the world where a map of #COVID19 cases & deaths reveals a straight line, with a huge amount of disease on one side, very little on the other | Laurie Garrett on Twitter

The 3000+ mile border US/#Canada It's stark. MORE https://t.co/GB87cNcSXD" / Twitter
https://twitter.com/Laurie_Garrett/status/1321627987847139329

#CoronaVirus #covid-19 #pandemic #US #Canada #politics #USPolitics #health #medicine
 
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“Who Cares”


Cette photo devrait se retrouver sur mon blog, des problèmes techniques hors de mon contrôle ne me permettent pas de la télcharger sur le site. La situation devrait être résolue dans un délai allant de 24 à 72 heures.

#indiefotog, #streetphotography, #photoderue, #reflection, #refraction, #diffraction, #foto, #photography, #photographie, #digitalphotography, #photonumerique, #analogphotography, #photoargentique, #blackandwhite, #noiretblanc, #montreal, #québec, #canada
 
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“Who Cares”


Cette photo devrait se retrouver sur mon blog, des problèmes techniques hors de mon contrôle ne me permettent pas de la télcharger sur le site. La situation devrait être résolue dans un délai allant de 24 à 72 heures.

#indiefotog, #streetphotography, #photoderue, #reflection, #refraction, #diffraction, #foto, #photography, #photographie, #digitalphotography, #photonumerique, #analogphotography, #photoargentique, #blackandwhite, #noiretblanc, #montreal, #québec, #canada
 
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