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Fort McMurray wildfire doubles in size overnight

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cbc.ca - Firefighters in Fort McMurray were bracing for what they said would be an "extremely challenging" day after the wildfire more than doubled in size overnight, from 1,285 hectares to 2,600.  Bernie S...

Waiting for Mike Duffy to say something: Aaron Wherry

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cbc.ca - ​Departing from his office, Mike Duffy dropped his keys.  Turning around to pick them up, he saw several reporters standing in the hallway, watching him. He paused and then, perhaps having consider...

Pennsylvania R.E.I.T. Analyst Ratings, Earnings, Dividends & Insider Trades (NYSE:PEI)

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marketbeat.com - Consensus Ratings for Pennsylvania R.E.I.T. (NYSE:PEI) (?) The ratings breakdown includes the most recent rating from each analyst that has rated the stock within the last twelve months. The rating...

Georgetown, it’s time to do it again

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thecasket.ca - Two years ago, I joined 200 plus delegates from across Atlantic Canada for the inaugural Georgetown Conference: Redefining Rural. The conference, organized by Newspapers Atlantic, was about bringin...

Educators in Action

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eiablog.acteonline.org - As CTE students, we have access to some of the most qualified instructors out there! Practically every CTE teacher has long history of industry experience and strong qualifications in the field tha...

John Stephens

I am a Career and Technical Education Curriculum Specialist for Prince Edward Island. Engaging the hands to activate the mind.

Editor's note

This paper is a summary of the conversations that appear in my Twitter feed. I hope you find some stories of interest here. Engage the Hands -- Activate the Mind!!

Uber still alive in Toronto as council approves compromise deal to regulate ridesharing services

Shared by Derek MacEwen

news.nationalpost.com - City Council voted Tuesday to regulate ridesharing services in Toronto, ending a heated battle that pitched consumer choice against established industry and stable jobs, ensuring companies like Ube...

Fort McMurray officials confirm neighbourhoods razed by fire - Macleans.ca

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macleans.ca - FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. – Emergency officials confirmed late Tuesday that whole neighbourhoods of Fort McMurray have been destroyed by a raging forest fire that sliced through the middle of the northe...

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When Students Say They Want to Change the World -- Listen to Them!

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huffingtonpost.com - If we are to reach real peace in this world... We shall have to begin with children. Mahatma Gandhi Most conversations about changing the world are met with skepticism, cynicism and despair. Audaci...

The high school to college track — is it for everyone?

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miamiherald.com - If everyone had the desire and ability to complete a four-, six- or eight-year college program, how would that impact society? Who would maintain America's transport systems? Who would build its sk...

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[1603.08155] Perceptual Losses for Real-Time Style Transfer and Super-Resolution

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arxiv.org - Computer Science > Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Title: Perceptual Losses for Real-Time Style Transfer and Super-Resolution Authors: Justin Johnson, Alexandre Alahi, Li Fei-Fei Abstract: ...

MAKING IT MATTER

mindmatters.edu.au - Topics covered: Exploring links between young people’s online behaviour and stages of social and emotional development with the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner  In this rapidly evolvi...

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Almost 30,000 under mandatory order to flee Fort McMurray fire

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winnipegfreepress.com - FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. - A raging wildfire has forced almost 30,000 people from their homes in the northern Alberta oilsands city of Fort McMurray. Scott Long of Alberta Emergency Management says the...

Out-of-Control Wildfire Evacuates City of 60,000 in Alberta, Canada

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nbcnews.com - The largest evacuation in the history of the Canadian province of Alberta, affecting about 60,000 people, was under way Tuesday as an out-of-control wildfire raged after having doubled to 10,000 sq...

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Babies left to die? 182 children born alive, then died, after failed abortions in 2013-14: StatsCan

lifesitenews.com - OTTAWA, April 14, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Canadian pro-life leaders are renewing calls for an investigation into the possibility that babies are routinely being left to die in the country after f...

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