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Web Application Development

Looking for someone to make a Facebook app or perhaps something fun and exciting? Need a web dev to do some work? Contact me with the details of your project and we can see if I'm interested in and available to help you.

I use open source tools to develop top quality web sites with usability, standards and high function in mind. I can even host and manage projects if needed.

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System Security

Although we take great effort in filtering dangerous email from your accounts, for safety and security with your email we highly recommend Mozilla Thunderbird. As for web browsing we recommend Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Opera.

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Elections Canada launching new initiatives to serve Indigenous voters

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Elections Canada is planning early engagement initiatives and cultural training for staff to better serve Indigenous voters at the polls next year.

Reconciliation amid racism: Is it possible on the Prairies?

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The Gerald Stanley and Raymond Cormier trials heightened racial tensions on the Prairies. Now, people are questioning if reconciliation will ever be possible amid such polarization.

Loblaws' ID demand for $25 gift cards slammed by marketing experts

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Many customers who have been asked to hand over ID for a $25 gift card are outraged. Considering Loblaws has already admitted to wrongdoing — fixing the price of bread — demanding ID may have been the wrong move for the retailer.

Vibrating muscles help arm amputees 'feel' their prosthetic hand movements, study suggests

Rob Anderson

Using a device to vibrate muscles can make people with lower arm amputations 'feel' their robotic prosthetic hand open, close and grasp objects, researchers say.

Putin on track for commanding win as Russia votes


Russian President Vladimir Putin cast his vote on Sunday in a presidential election that is expected to give him a runaway victory, the only possible blemish for the Kremlin being if large numbers of voters do not bother taking part because the result is so predictable.

In Parkland, students turn to each other to cope with tragedy

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One month after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students are still coping with complex emotions. Some have turned to activism, while others are focusing on telling the stories of their classmates. In some cases they're experiencing an unexpected emotion: guilt.

In one of the driest places on Earth, drones scan water pipes for signs of leaks — and thieves


To prevent a water crisis, the kingdom of Jordan is looking to move past decades of regional animosity as it works to provide water security to its 10 million residents.

In an unusual case, a manager was brought down by federal worker's complaint

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A worker at a big federal department has brought down an overbearing boss – an unusual instance of Canada's whistleblower legislation leading to the dismissal of a manager.

Drugs with 'dignity': To combat overdose crisis, Lethbridge tries safe inhalation site

Jeff Martens

The southern Alberta city of Lethbridge is home to the first government-approved safe drug inhalation site in Canada. The specialized rooms have exhaust systems that can completely recirculate air in 10 seconds so staff can safely intervene in case of a medical emergency.

Emojis are everywhere and they're changing how we communicate

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Emojis are breaking down language barriers, accelerating human interaction and being tested in legal arenas, which is posing some unprecedented challenges for lawmakers.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News