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Trudeau at the G7 and BC under another heatwave: In The News for June 27, 2022

Moosejaw Today 27 Jun 2022
Cold-water marine species could be replaced by warm-water organisms, triggering cascading effects through the environment, said Christopher Harley, a zoology professor at the University of British Columbia ... Istanbul's LGBTQ Pride organizers say more than 360 people were detained by police Sunday following a ban on all Pride events.
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B.C. scientists see recovery but fear more heat domes could change ecosystems forever

Moosejaw Today 27 Jun 2022
Cold-water marine species could be replaced by warm-water organisms, triggering cascading effects through the environment, said Christopher Harley, a zoology professor at the University of British Columbia.
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Canadian man, 20, says he'll die using country's assisted suicide law because of agonizing health ...

The Daily Mail 27 Jun 2022
A 20 year-old plans to die by assisted suicide after his intestine burst and ruined his health - with doctors warning he'd need six organs transplanted for a chance of survival. Eric Coulan, from Fort St John in British Columbia, wants to die on his terms after a blockage doctors couldn't diagnose ruptured in 2020 and gave him sepsis.
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Hundreds with serious vaginal mesh injuries still fighting for ‘basic care’

The Irish Times 27 Jun 2022
Four years after a pause was ordered on the use of vaginal mesh to treat women with stress incontinence and/or pelvic organ prolapse, hundreds with serious mesh injuries say they are still fighting for “basic care” ... This followed a similar pause by the British health authorities due to concerns about serious complications in a minority of women.
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Steel tariffs plan still on despite potential WTO breach, Boris Johnson tells G7

The Observer 26 Jun 2022
Boris Johnson has indicated he plans to retain and extend steel tariffs despite claims that this might put Britain in breach of World Trade Organization rules ... “The difficulty is, is that [helping the industry] possible to do while staying within our World Trade Organization obligations? That’s the problem.”.
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"Expect More Hysterical Screeching"—Leftists Can’t Help Being Self-Destructive (Which Is Good!), by Lance Welton

The Unz Review 26 Jun 2022
How does an organization having a meeting to express their feelings about something, let alone something of no direct relevance to abortion, help the cause of assisting women in the US who want abortions? ... Females are not evolved, as males are, to work in complex, hierarchical organizations.
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The ultimate Tennis disrupter faces the Wimbledon crucible

Indian Express 26 Jun 2022
Raducanu became the first British woman to win a Grand Slam title since Virginia Wade in 1977 ... Simon Briggs, the tennis correspondent for The Telegraph, one of the major British news organizations, said that a year ago he thought he was going to have to find another line of work.
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Russians 'fully occupy' Severodonetsk

The Manila Times 26 Jun 2022
The Russian breakthrough came on the eve of a week of feverish Western diplomacy, as US President Joe Biden flew in to Europe for a G7 (Group of Seven) summit starting Sunday and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) talks later in the week.
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Hidden Spain: where to stay and what to do off the beaten track

The Observer 26 Jun 2022
Just outside Calaceite, visit the Mas de Flandi olive mill to stroll through the olive groves and taste the organic oils ... It was one of the first luxury rural hotels in Spain when it was opened nearly three decades ago by British couple Piers and Jemma Markham, who had been working in publishing in Madrid.
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Paul Butler | Diversity and inclusion

The Signal 25 Jun 2022
Recently I joined the British-American Business Council (BABC) and specifically the Orange County chapter. You’d think it was an exclusive organization (i.e., you’d have to be British or American to be a member and maybe live in “the OC”) but in fact it’s a rather inclusive organization.
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The untold story of Canada's journalism startups

Beijing News 25 Jun 2022
The Conversation Canada is one of more than 120 novel English-language digital-born journalism organizations to launch since 2000 ... A majority of the new journalism organizations are located in British Columbia and Ontario, although they are largely in non-urban centres.
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British Council organizes film screen event "Pakistan Stories"

Urdu Point 25 Jun 2022
ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 25th Jun, 2022 ) .The British Council in collaboration with Patakha Pictures and the Scottish Documentary Institute organized a film screening event "Pakistan Stories" here the other day ... The British High Commissioner to Pakistan, ...
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Prince Charles says 'time has come' to confront legacy of slavery

CNN 25 Jun 2022
The prince will succeed his mother as head of the organization -- an association of independent states that emerged out of the ashes of the British Empire ... It later became a British colony ... British newspaper the Times reported that the royal had described the plan as "appalling."
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British Open to Allow Golfers from Saudibacked Series to Play

Chillicothe News 25 Jun 2022
... Open next month, organizers said on Wednesday.
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The nuts and bolts in building the State of Israel explored in new book

The Jerusalem Post 25 Jun 2022
... disband the United Resistance Movement which for nine months had employed violence against the British rule in Mandate Palestine; and when the “extremists” were supporting Abba Hillel Silver over how to direct the anti-British policy of the World Zionist Organization.

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