Monthly Archives: October 2015

Haida leaders ‘proud’ of Justin Trudeau’s stylized raven tattoo | National Post

The tattoo, which Trudeau got just before he became Liberal leader in 2013, adapts a design by Robert Davidson, one of Canada’s most celebrated Haida artists

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Justin Trudeau pledges ‘real change’ as Liberals leap ahead to majority government

RAW: Justin Trudeau’s victory speech from Montreal 24:11 Justin Trudeau will be Canada’s next prime minister after leading the Liberal Party to a stunning majority government win, dashing the hopes of Stephen Harper, who will now step down as party … Continue reading

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The island where men are disappearing – BBC News

At first glance it’s paradise, a small Caribbean island with palm trees swaying in the breeze, but Old Providence has a problem – up to one in four men are in foreign jails. Source: The island where men are disappearing … Continue reading

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Windows Hyper-V generation 2 VM conversion utility (Convert-VMGeneration) sample

Brilliant. Convert-VMGeneration converts a Hyper-V generation 1 virtual machine running on Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows 8.1 to generation 2. Source: Windows Hyper-V generation 2 VM conversion utility (Convert-VMGeneration) sample

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Our Digg Pic Of The Day | Digg.com

​An Indian woman farmer dries the maize crop at Aloli village, about 90 kilometers (56 miles) southeast of Ajmer, India’s western state of Rajasthan, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. Source: Our Digg Pic Of The Day

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Suncor criticizes Canadian Oil Sands’ poison pill manoeuvre – The Globe and Mail

Source: Suncor criticizes Canadian Oil Sands’ poison pill manoeuvre – The Globe and Mail

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Veer on a bumper car all by himself

first time my little guy drove a car on his own!   

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Balance of power: How Russia’s entrance into Syria has altered the geopolitical calculus of the Middle East

A closer look at how Iran, Israel and Saudia Arabia and other countries could be effected, as well a breakdown of the factions fighting in the war-torn country Source: Balance of power: How Russia’s entrance into Syria has altered the … Continue reading

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