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Truth Vs Disinformation – The Ongoing Battle

Blatant lies, masquerading facts, sowing distrust, doubt, making up nonsensical accusations, unfounded claims, absurdities, strong assertions based on nothing substantial, illogical statements, nonsense and other rubbish – these have flooded the media consistently nowadays, sometimes nicknamed fake news. At times false information is spread erroneously. At other times it is deliberate i.e. disinformation with a purpose. In those cases, we ...

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Vernon, B.C., to play host to 2023 Everest Canadian Senior Championships

Canada’s men’s and women’s 50-and-over curling teams will be heading to B.C.’s beautiful North Okanagan region for the 2023 Everest Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships, it was announced today by Curling Canada. The 2023 Everest Canadian Seniors will run Dec. 4-10 at the Vernon Curling Club and will feature 28 teams — men’s and women’s representatives from Canada’s ...

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Bharat Times Journal – Bharat Times July 15, 2022

BharatTimes Journal - July 15, 2022

Bharat Times Journal – Bharat Times July 15, 2022 Bharat Times Journal – Bharat Times July 15, 2022 (in print, 8 pages) Bharat Times Journal – July 15, 2022 pg 1 Bharat Times Journal – July 15, 2022 pg 2 Bharat Times Journal – July 15, 2022 pg 3 Bharat Times Journal – July 15, 2022 pg 4 Bharat Times ...

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MP Eric Duncan hosts community Picnic in St. Andrews West

August 28, 2022, Cornwall – What a great turnout for the community picnic! MP Eric Duncan welcomed the community with great food and music under the tents at the Catholic Church Park Area. A great way to mingle with the policy influencers. Eric Duncan is the Member of Parliament (Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry).               

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Media Accreditation now open for 2022 PointsBet Invitational

Canada’s biggest curling event of the season so far – the 2022 PointsBet Invitational – is set to start on Wednesday at Willie O’Ree Place in Fredericton.The inaugural event is bringing 32 of curling’s best Canadian teams – 16 men’s and 16 women’s – to Atlantic Canada for an all-or-nothing March Madness-style single-knockout bracket.  The 16 teams in each gender comprise the ...

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2023 Curling Cares Fundraising Calendar packed with some of curling’s biggest names

2023 Curling Cares Fundraising Calendar

Autumn means a lot of things to curling fans. Curlers retrieve brooms from the back of the closet, sheets of ice are pebbled, and the anticipation of who will be in the upcoming curling calendar begins. Curling Canada and TheCommunityFundraiser.com are pleased to give curling fans an exclusive teaser of some athletes featured in the 2023 Curling Cares Fundraising Calendar. “TheCommunityFundraiser.com is ...

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Teams Smith & Birt added to the mix at PointsBet Invitational

August 24, 2022 – The fans have had their say and selected Team Greg Smith of Newfoundland & Labrador and Team Suzanne Birt of Prince Edward Island as the final two teams to compete at the inaugural PointsBet Invitational.Those two teams will join an established field of 30 at Willie O’Ree Place in Fredericton starting Sept. 21 for a chance to ...

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Zarraa Aasmaan ka – ज़र्रा आसमान का

अब किस तरह करें यक़ी बात हम में भी कुछ है कि एक दरिया होकर भी उसने ख़ुद को एक बूँद बताया है हम ने जताए हैं ज़माने से अपने क़िस्से मामूली से एक सितारा फ़लक का हुआ वो और ज़र्रा बताया है कैसे ना कह डाले ज़ुबान से जब रूबरू हो मेरे निगाहे शौक़ से उसने काम बेहतर चलाया ...

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Parc-Ex Turning into a Slum

No Garbage zone - Parc-Ex Turning into a Slum

A group of long time residents of Parc Extension are genuinenly concerned about health. They want to bring awareness how Parc-Ex is turning into a slum since the City has reduced garbage pick up in 2018 to once a week in order to divert recycling and compost away from landfills due to climate warming. Excessive Recycing Piled up – Parc-Ex Turning into ...

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