We’re Doomed: “Canadian” Isis Morality Police Barbarian Returns To Canada
So, I’ve studied history and I don’t really recall Canada having a history of sharia morality police.
But what do I know.
Anyway, the message here is apparently celebrate diversity and stuff and you know EVERYONE makes mistakes.
Sen. Lynn Beyak’s position in question after latest remarks about First Nations
Facing possible sanctions by her own caucus, and calls for her resignation by the mayor of Winnipeg, Sen. Lynn Beyak has responded to the backlash over her latest comments about First Nations people and residential schools.
The Conservative leader in the Senate, Larry Smith, is also now distancing himself from the Tory senator, and is taking steps to address her continued role in the caucus.
“The personal opinions expressed by Sen. Lynn Beyak do not reflect the positions of the Senate Conservative caucus. Accordingly, we have taken additional steps to address Senator Beyak’s ongoing role within our caucus,” Smith said in a statement.
The Self-Driving Vehicle Future Will Be The End Of Privacy
With the advent of autonomous vehicles we must seriously think about the implications of bringing the interconnected Internet of Things into our lives on the road. The vehicles sensors will constantly be sucking up data and feeding it into the navigation system. The wide variety of data (weather, traffic, speed, location, time, date) could potentially reveal private details to the manufacturer, law enforcement, or hacker. As Observer notes, by tracking this data one might be able to view “lots of trips taking place between two competing companies” which “could suggest a merger deal underway”. There is also the fear of tracking an individuals daily habits by monitoring the data coming from the self-driving vehicle.
Poles Fight Back Against German Threats With Request For $1 Trillion In Reparations For WW2
Germany should consider paying Poland as much as $1 trillion in World War II reparations, according to the Polish foreign minister.
Poland’s foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski told local radio station RMF that “serious talks” were needed with Germany to “find a way to deal with the fact that German-Polish relations are overshadowed by the German aggression of 1939 and unresolved post-war issues.”
‘Goodbye, Mr. Amherst’: Why a decorated British general was stripped of his Montreal street
In his characteristically blunt style, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre didn’t mince words when explaining why Amherst Street required a name change.
Jeffery Amherst, a revered British general who served during the Seven Years’ War in New France and modern day Nova Scotia, “wanted to exterminate Indigenous peoples,” Coderre said.
“Goodbye, Mr. Amherst,” Coderre said Wednesday, the same day he announced the addition of an Iroquois symbol to the city’s flag.