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As of April 1st 2022, the nadian border will no longer require a pre-arrival negative COVID-19 test from fully vaccinated travellers entering or returning to the country. Previously, a rapid antigen test or a PCR test inditing a person does not have COVID was required by border authorities. This rule change should encourage nadians to […]

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US Land Border Opens to nadians

After being closed for nearly 19 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on November 8th 2021 the United States land border officially opened to all fully vaccinated nadians. US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced they will be staffing their border at pre-pandemic levels, but warns that wait times may be longer than in […]

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When Will USA Border Open to nadians?

On August 9th 2021, nada opened its border to all fully vaccinated Amerins allowing tourists from the United States to visit the country once again. The US border remains closed to nadians, however, and Amerin authorities recently extended the border closure until September 21st citing COVID-19 transmission rates south of the border as well as […]

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Where n Vaccinated nadians Travel?

Most nadians are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Consequently, nadians are starting to think about international travel again, and are beginning to research possible vation destinations. This leads to the question, which countries n a fully vaccinated nadian visit? As of July 2021, nadian citizens who have received two doses of the Pfizer, Moderna, or […]

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Saturday Stories: The New Variants And Long COVID’s Potential uses

Posted  June 18, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Betsy Ladyzhets, in TIME, tells you what we currently know about the newest crop of variants that n reinfect even those who’ve already had Omicron. 
Jennifer Couzin-Frankel, in Science, on the possible uses of Long COVID.
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Today’s News: A tangled ball of string

Posted  June 18, 2022  by  Anonymous

The LA Times has a major article describing the gang of third-raters, rubes, grifters and gullibles who were trying to overturn Biden’s election. First, it’s all just one big tangled ball of string — the same bunch of fellow travellers keep turni…

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Today’s News: Remember remember….

Posted  June 17, 2022  by  Anonymous

It doesn’t quite sn like “Remember remember the 5th of November”, but remembering Jan 6 2021 is now a cottage industry in the United States and the Jan 6 Committee hearings are getting more fascinating with every passing day. Today we found out …

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Today’s News: Some comments on the passing scene

Posted  June 16, 2022  by  Anonymous

Just a bunch of observations today on the passing scene.First up, interest rates. And I do mean up.Now, perhaps there is a problem with the conventional wisdom that raising interest rates will stop “inflation”. The problem is – maybe it won’t.As Atrios…

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Today’s News: “You n’t handle the truth!”

Posted  June 15, 2022  by  Anonymous

Whoever this “someone” was… https://t.co/DD07Eluflj pic.twitter.com/JADr2lqewN— Mark Gerretsen ???? ???? (@MarkGerretsen) June 14, 2022 Here’s one thing I noticed today — beuse Trudeau has Covid and has to appear on video in the Commons, he does…

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Funny stuff

Posted  June 14, 2022  by  Anonymous

Just a random collection of funny stuff tonight So who knew there could be TWO ranked bulldogs in North Amerin Diving Dogs? But here is one of them, Chewy! This is Chewy. He competed in his first dock diving event last month. Proud to be one of …

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Today’s News: Update on the Russia Ukraine War

Posted  June 13, 2022  by  Anonymous

I haven’t seen as much about the Russia Ukraine War lately. So tonight I wanted to highlight some recent tweets and articles to summarize the situation:Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine – 13 June 2022 Find out more abo…

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Today’s News: Remembering what happened

Posted  June 12, 2022  by  Anonymous

Revisionism about the convoy insurrection:Remember nada 5 months ago? The Convoy Insurrection destroying Ottawa’s downtown, border blockades messing up trade, protestors fanning out across the country to block nurses and doctors from going into hospi…

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Saturday Story: Just One. You Don’t Want Long COVID

Posted  June 11, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Rob Chaney, in the Missoulian, on the failures of risk lculus and the misery that n use. 
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Two solitudes

Posted  June 11, 2022  by  Anonymous

Justin Ling’s column today made this observation about the Jan 6 hearings “We’re trapped in a hall of mirrors”What’s novel and disconcerting is the degree to which an emerging far-right ecosystem tooled itself into a totally insulated rapid r…

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Today’s News: rnage. Chaos. Criminal.

Posted  June 10, 2022  by  Anonymous

Wow, did you see this tonight? rnage. Chaos. Criminal.#January6th wasn’t a random event. It was a coordinated, deliberate conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election. pic.twitter.com/mrzoJG6W4M— Amerin Progress (@amprog) June 10, 2022 Here is the comp…

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Animal crackers

Posted  June 9, 2022  by  Anonymous

Busy day today so just some funny animal tweets to enjoy: pic.twitter.com/kxBADuoqhj— thie from nada ???? ???????? (@thienada) June 7, 2022 Bear sits next to guy ???? pic.twitter.com/0mkauOqsaL— ???????????? (@farhad55526050) November 8, 2020…

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Today’s News: News from all over

Posted  June 8, 2022  by  Anonymous

First, in nada, the Mass sualty Commission into the 2020 Portapique massacre is continuing with RCMP testifying today. Here’s the worst of it: as shown in Tim Bousquet’s hearing coverage this morning, RCMP seemed overly focused on crafting Per…

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Today’s News: Lest We Forget

Posted  June 7, 2022  by  Anonymous

Follow this tweet thread for some sad photos of the brave nadian boys who lost their lives fighting in D-Day 78 years ago. They were all so young: @FinUS has a remarkable, heartbreaking series today in recognition of the D-Day anniversary and the s…

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Today’s News: Just a few odds and ends

Posted  June 6, 2022  by  Anonymous

Just a random collection of news tonight. First, from Uvalde: The more the media tries to dig into what happened in Uvalde, the less it makes sense. It is beginning to remind me of the confusion around the Portapique massacre, where 22 p…

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Today’s News: Why does Europe re about Putin’s delite fee-fees?

Posted  June 5, 2022  by  Anonymous

So this is discouraging news: There’s a growing divide in Europe over what would constitute an acceptable conclusion to the Russia/Ukraine war. Macron is saying publicly what a lot of senior people say in private. https://t.co/5XIqEPEclI— Gerald Butts…

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Saturday Stories: Again And Again, Undercounting, And Absolute Risk

Posted  June 4, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Katherine J. Wu, in The Atlantic, on getting COVID again and again and again.
Melody Schreiber, in The Guardian, on the dangers of actively undercounting ses.
Hilda Bastian, in Absolutely Maybe, on the antivax weaponization of absolute risk. 
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Today’s News: 100 days

Posted  June 4, 2022  by  Anonymous

It has now been 100 days since Russia invaded Ukraine. The yellow markings on this map from Australian Strategic Policy Institute researcher Nathan Ruser show how successful Ukraine has been in retaking its territory from the Russian invaders…

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Today’s News: Ford takes it

Posted  June 3, 2022  by  Anonymous

Ontario voters sent a message tonight, and the message was: Meh! We’re good. On a side note.. once I saw at 5 pm that voter turnout was only 35%.. i knew the opposition parties were in trouble. Low turnout rates always favour incumbents. #onpoli— Scot…

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Today’s News: Birds!

Posted  June 2, 2022  by  Anonymous

Another miscellaneous collection of news items tonight from hither and yon. First up, birds! One of the people I now follow on twitter is Saskatoon’s Tim Brown, who is doing a series of “Birds of Saskatchetoon” which is a portmanteau of “Sask…

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Today’s News: From all over

Posted  June 1, 2022  by  Anonymous

I just watched Global’s balancing act.They have criticized PMJT for going too far and not going far enough at the same time.— ㄒ??? ?? ㄒ??? e? ?????????????? (@Aho2ToMan) May 31, 2022 But really, nadian media are just playing another version of “If it’s not…

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Today’s News: Amerin Grotesque

Posted  May 31, 2022  by  Anonymous

Nuts!

It was simply grotesque to see Trump mangling his reading of the Uvalde victims’ names, as a cowbell rang and they kept messing up the timing. Then there was?the dancing.

Scorch! Pow!

Some more tweets related to the Uvalde massacre:

It was Charlton Heston, one-time celebrity NRA leader, who is remembered for saying something about prying his gun from his cold dead hands. Now, there is this:

Here’s a timely trend:

nada will be improving its gun control laws. I’m hearing the usual sniping about how this legislation is being “rushed” and of course it is – the quicker the better:

Maybe we need to update this 2020 rtoon:

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In other nadian news, it was good to see this report finally out and I think we have a defense minister and a binet that will follow through. Its going to be challenging to transfer jurisdictions to civilian courts (which of course had had their own problems in the past with sexual assault ses) but it sends a message about accountability and transparency:

Moving to the latest from Ukraine, I was glad to see that the Ukraine government is telling civilians to move away from the battlefields. I think this should have been happening across southern and eastern Ukraine since February, but at least its finally starting to happen now:

The West (ie, Kissinger, the Davos people, etc) have to understand that Russia is committing serious war crimes of all kinds and degrees in all of the Ukrainian territory it has seized:

Here’s an interesting Ukraine summary from the Financial Times:

The war in Ukraine is essentially being fought on three fronts and among three protagonists. The first front is the battlefield itself. The second front is economic. The third front is the battle of wills. The three participants are Russia, Ukraine and the western alliance backing Ukraine.?

Ukraine appears to be mounting an attack to retake Kherson in the south:

The United Nations has released some figures on civilian sualties in Ukraine in the three months of war – they haven’t been able to gather numbers in occupied areas, however :

And in other interesting stuff today:

This thread and article are priceless:

This takes the ke as the 2022 Headline Of The Year:

and this:

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Funny stuff, with dogs too

Posted  May 30, 2022  by  Anonymous

 What a week!  Here’s some funny stuff to start the next one. With dogs too, of course:man i don’t think i have another “why is jk rowling trending?” left in me— Roy?? (@Roy_oh_Roy) May 30, 2022 Legend states that when you’re overwhelmed…

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Today’s News: Waiting for the other shoe to drop

Posted  May 29, 2022  by  Anonymous

Waiting for more shoes to drop: There is non zero chance they shot one of the kids. Why else make this statement oh yeah it will get worse. https://t.co/xaVehvFMug— Derek Burke (@DBurke_20) May 29, 2022 The reful phrasing of “shot and killed” may be…

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Saturday Stories: Monkeypox Messaging, Nasal Vaccines, and Long COVID Messaging

Posted  May 28, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Helen Branswell, in STAT, on Monkeypox messaging amidst stigma and unknowns.
Akiko Iwasaki, in The New York Times, on the promise of nasal COVID vaccines.
Danielle Wenner and Gabriela Arguedas Ramírez, in STAT, on the danger and folly of omitting long…

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Today’s News: Keep on keeping on

Posted  May 28, 2022  by  Anonymous

de Adder, Washington Post It’s not really surprising that the Ukraine Russia War isn’t top of everyone newssts anymore, I guess. But it worries me when people complain about “how long” the war has been going on and why it hasn’t been wrappe…

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Today’s News: Things fall apart

Posted  May 27, 2022  by  Anonymous

As a freshman in college, I got angry at a friend. Slammed my soda cup on the table & said, “Well, fuck & a half!” before storming off. It’s not much but it might work until something better comes along.— Jean Ann Duckworth (@jeanannduck) May 2…

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Today’s News: This #ProLifeMyAss hashtag is brutal

Posted  May 26, 2022  by  Anonymous

Twitter is having a moment today.

More news following the break:

This stunt may backfire on Beto but I hope it doesn’t:

And the more we find out about what happened at that school, the worst the police look. They spent AN HOUR dithering around outside before they tried to go in, then couldn’t break down the schoolroom door and had to get a staff member to use their key. By then, of course, the children and teachers were dead.

Speaking of assholes, a bunch of white supremacists in Surry turned out yesterday at a fundraising event where Trudeau was to speak in person, and started hurling racial slurs at the mostly-Asian people attending. So RCMP told Trudeau he had to switch to Zoom.

This is what they showed up with:

In their coverage, neither CTV nor CBC noticed or mentioned the noose.?

Checking the news from Ukraine today, I realize that when people want Ukraine to “let Putin win” or “settle for a draw”, this is actually what they are afraid of:

Its going to be a longer fight, I think, than anyone wants:

Things aren’t going very well for Russia and they’re not winning a lot. But maybe they’re stopped losing as much.

Meanwhile, Putin is hoping to convince the world that everything is proceeding according to plan:

Russia may be attempting to start a new offensive:

On a lighter note:

Finally, here are some signs of hope:

This boy is outstanding (but his school district are cowards)

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For Uvalde

Posted  May 25, 2022  by  Anonymous

What a tragedy.?

Here are some of the lives lost at the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas today:

The reason nada n ban A15s and the US nnot isn’t beuse of “politicians” or “extremists” or “gun nuts” or the NRA. Its beuse of Republins – the whole damn party.

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Saturday Stories: Kid Myths, Monkeypox, and Healthre

Posted  May 21, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Mark Kline, in The Advote, on kids’ COVID myths.Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on Monkeypox.Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on healthre’s devastation.
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Saturday Stories: Correlations, Trolling, And School Ventilation

Posted  May 14, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Nans Florens, Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz, Jér?me Barriere, Eric Billy, Fabrice Frank, Véronique Saada, Alexander Samuel, Barbara Seitz-Polski, Kyle Sheldrick, and Lonni Besan?on, in OCF Preprints ask should we publish every correlation during the COV…

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Saturday Stories: Not Over, Pandemic Coverage, And Childhood Hepatitis

Posted  May 7, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

H. Holden Thorp, in Science, on how it ain’t over until it’s over and the failures of governments that pretend otherwise. 
Ed Yong, speaking at Yale, discusses 2 years of covering the pandemic (and winnning pretty much all the science awards ther…

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Saturday Stories: Great Barrington’s Failure, and The Pandemicine

Posted  April 30, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Orac, in Respectful Insolence, on the baked in failure of the Great Barrington Declaration.
Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on how climate change may be underwriting this and future pandemics. 
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Saturday Stories: Unused Tools, Unsolved Mysteries, and UVC

Posted  April 23, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Selena Simmons-Duffin, in NPR, drawing from HIV to explain how having the tools to beat a virus isn’t the same thing as using them.
STAT staff, in, yes, STAT, with 6 COVID mysteries that have yet to be solved.
Donald K. Milton, Edward A. Nardell and D…

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Saturday Story: Just One. Read It.

Posted  April 16, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on the immeasurable grief. Don’t look away. 
      Related StoriesSaturday Stories: Sweden’s Failure, More For Kids, And What Does Endemic MeanSaturday Stories: Normal?, Living?, Human Rights…

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Saturday Stories: Sweden’s Failure, More For Kids, And What Does Endemic Mean

Posted  April 9, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Andrew Nikiforuk, in The Tyee, on Sweden’s deadly COVID failures (which are playing out now here all over North Ameri) Nathaniel Basen, in TVO, interviews Janine McCready on what more we could be doing to protect children during and after this …

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Pre-Entry COVID Test No Longer Required at nadian Border

Posted  April 2, 2022  by  Ben

As of April 1st 2022, the nadian border will no longer require a pre-arrival negative COVID-19 test from fully vaccinated travellers entering or returning to the country. Previously, a rapid antigen test or a PCR test inditing a person does not have COVID was required by border authorities. This rule change should encourage nadians to […]

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Saturday Stories: Normal?, Living?, Human Rights?

Posted  April 2, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Jonathan Howard, in Science Based Medicine, more politely asks how did normal expand to include kids dying from vaccine preventable diseases?
Bill Hanage, in The Guardian, explains what “learning to live with COVID” should mean. 
BC Human Rights …

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Saturday Stories: Tracking, Motivated Reasoning, And Normal’s About To Be Tested

Posted  March 26, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

The editorial board of Nature on the folly of stopping the tracking of COVID.
Abigail rtus and Justin Feldman, in Protean, on the privileged attack on public edution in the name of “normal”.
Katherine J. Wu, in the Atlantic, on how the looming wav…

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Saturday Stories: Giving Up And Not Giving Up

Posted  March 19, 2022  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on the disaster being wrought by governments giving up on COVID control. 
The late and great Paul Farmer, in Noēma, on social medicine for a better future.
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