Sobey's is the big competitor to Loblaws. Loblaws owns Superstore.
No, you are still paranoid. Just that you are justifiably paranoid now.
Yes but it is quite plausible to have a hidden compartment in your car for a perfectly legal reason such as hiding valuables. The problem with this law, at least how we have been presented with the facts in this case is that you need to go to court in order to clear your name. Imagine if you had to go to court to clear your name for owning a DVR just because it could be used for copyright infringement.
Don't think it's the leader as it stands right now. Might want to look at Brazil on that front.
Can't remember the last time I swiped a credit card. It's been the chip and pin system for years or the RFID system where you just tap your card against the reader. Next thing you'll tell me that you have to sign your credit card transactions too!
I thought the whole idea of spending over $50B on a bunch of sports is kind of silly in the first place. Imagine the good that money could have done helping people instead. Yes some people got jobs building the facilities but most of the money was lost due to corruption. All over to see who can skate/ski/etc the best.
Life insurance pays off triple if you die on a business trip.
Which Sunday night would that be? Sunday night with respect to the ESA, Sunday night in Canada since it was a CBC article, or Sunday night where ever the satellite falls? Because Sunday night in Sydney, Australia is different than Sunday night in Seattle, Washington.
It will all come down to whose version of national interest that would be implemented if the bill becomes law. Many of the people on here believe that basic scientific research is in the nation's interest so it wouldn't be a problem. But, if the assumptions that people are making about the bill then the politicians pushing for this change have a drastically different point of view what national interest means. Unfortunately there isn't a concrete answer that we can point to and definitely say that something is definitely or is not in a nation's interest.
but I'm sure that the US will gladly sell you some coal to burn if you get a plant built.
The fact of the matter is that the planet exists. There is no should about it. It is our understanding of planet formation that can't explain it. Don't blame the planet for our lack of knowledge.
I could see New Zealand letting these revelations be published. I keep tabs on one of the papers from there and it has always provided a good balance to the coverage in the Middle East, especially Iraq. Plus NZ isn't afraid to tell the US to get stuffed.
I can't see Canada being too co-operative in publishing these leaks as long as Harper remains in power. Even after because our economy is so dependant on the American one.
What, you wanted the people voting on the bill to actually read and comprehend the contents of the bill too!
I'm sure that HP will pass along anything it wins in the lawsuit on to it's customers that bought those overpriced drives.
It's not just the emissions from the plant that you need to take into consideration. Mining for coal can be a very destructive and dangerous process.