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  • Google’s reversal on third-party cookies: what it means for privacy and advertising

    Google’s reversal on third-party cookies: what it means for privacy and advertising

  • Toronto's battle against climate change - learning from floods

    Toronto's battle against climate change - learning from floods

  • Ontario's new tow truck certification rules

    Ontario's new tow truck certification rules

  • Edmonton Doctor set to be first Canadian woman to become a commercial astronaut

    Edmonton Doctor set to be first Canadian woman to become a commercial astronaut

  • High Class Escort in Zurich -  An Experience of Excellence

    High Class Escort in Zurich - An Experience of Excellence

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Lifestyle & Fashion

  • The importance of workplace friendships in the era of remote work

    The importance of workplace friendships in the era of remote work The issue of loneliness has been a growing concern for decades, as highlighted by Robert D. Putnam in his seminal book “Bowling Alone” nearly 25 years ago. The advent of remote work has only exacerbated this problem, impacting both extroverts and introverts alike. Leadership expert Michael Bungay Stanier, author of “How to Work with (Almost) Anyone,” emphasizes the increasing difficulty of forming and maintaining workplace friendships in a remote environment. Read More
  • Making a Splash - Choosing the Perfect Swimming Gear for Kids

    Making a Splash - Choosing the Perfect Swimming Gear for Kids Introducing children to the joy of swimming is a milestone moment, filled with excitement and anticipation. Yet, amidst the thrill of splashing in the water, safety and comfort stand as paramount concerns for parents and guardians. In this aquatic adventure, children's swimming goggles emerge as the unsung heroes, offering young swimmers the clarity and confidence they need to explore the water with ease and excitement. Read More
  • The Ongoing Trend of Adult Children Living with Parents

    The Ongoing Trend of Adult Children Living with Parents In recent news, the compelling story of an Italian mother's firm stance against her 40-year-old sons' reluctance to leave the family home has sparked conversations about the prevalent phenomenon of adult children residing with their parents. The incident, reported by the La Provincia Pavese newspaper on October 30, 2023, sheds light on the complex dynamics shaped by financial challenges and deep-rooted cultural traditions, especially evident in regions like the Balkans and Mediterranean countries. Read More
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Health & Beauty

  • Support and Criticism for Canadian Dental Care Plan among health professionals

    Support and Criticism for Canadian Dental Care Plan among health professionals The rollout of the Canadian Dental Care Plan (CDCP) has ignited a divide among oral health - care providers, with various groups expressing differing levels of support and criticism. While dentists raise concerns about the program's complexity and administrative demands, other oral health - care professionals such as denturists, dental hygienists, and assistants have expressed strong support for the initiative. Read More
  • Halted Production - Montreal's Vaccine Plant Yet to Deliver COVID - 19 Shots

    Halted Production - Montreal's Vaccine Plant Yet to Deliver COVID - 19 Shots Four years ago, at the peak of the COVID - 19 pandemic, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a significant investment in a Montreal - based vaccine manufacturing facility, promising rapid production of Canadian - made COVID - 19 vaccines. Yet, years later, the Biologics Manufacturing Centre (BMC), despite being fully constructed and operational, has not produced a single vial of usable vaccine. Read More
  • Crisis in healthcare access - Canada

    Crisis in healthcare access - Canada Around six million Canadians currently do not have a family doctor, reflecting a significant issue in the country's healthcare access. Despite various provinces implementing centralized waiting lists to match patients with available physicians, many remain unattended for extended periods. Dr. Mike Green, President of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and a practitioner in Kingston, Ontario, highlights the disparity in wait times across different regions, noting that some patients have been on the waiting list for years. Read More
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Cars & Tech

  • Google’s reversal on third-party cookies: what it means for privacy and advertising

    Google’s reversal on third-party cookies: what it means for privacy and advertising After years of pledging to phase out third-party cookies, Google announced on Monday that it will continue to support them in its Chrome browser. This significant shift follows mounting concerns from advertisers, who rely heavily on cookies for tracking and personalizing ads. Google’s decision has sparked mixed reactions from various stakeholders, including regulators, privacy advocates, and the digital advertising community. Read More
  • Toronto's battle against climate change - learning from floods

    Toronto's battle against climate change - learning from floods Almost 11 years ago, on July 8, 2013, Toronto experienced a deluge of rain that caused widespread flooding, infrastructure damage, and power outages. The city received over a month's worth of rain in just a few hours. Roads turned into rivers, subway entrances became waterfalls, and the Don Valley Parkway (DVP) was submerged as the Don River overflowed. This event left nearly 300,000 residents without power and stranded a GO Transit commuter train with 1,400 passengers. Fast forward to 11 Read More
  • Edmonton Doctor set to be first Canadian woman to become a commercial astronaut

    Edmonton Doctor set to be first Canadian woman to become a commercial astronaut In a landmark for Canadian space travel, Edmonton's Dr. Shawna Pandya is poised to become the first Canadian woman to embark on a commercial space flight. Dr. Pandya's upcoming mission not only represents a personal achievement but also marks a significant milestone in the commercialization of space travel. Read More
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Food & Travel

Sunday, 08 May 2016 09:44

X-Men: Apocalypse

Following the critically acclaimed global smash hit X-Men: Days of Future Past, director Bryan Singer returns with X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshipped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from Marvel’s X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal and invincible

Release date:May 27, 2016
Genres:  Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Director: Bryan Singer
Cast:J ames McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar Isaac, Nicholas Hoult.

 

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