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Cub Cities take care of vulnerable first

Cub cites are cities that are created to take care of the most vulnerable individuals first. The symbol of cub cities is the British Columbia Canadian spirit bear cub, often found on Vancouver Island. 28 more words

Communication

The Rise of Dating-App Fatigue

Services like Tinder and Hinge are no longer shiny new toys, and some users are starting to find them more frustrating than fun.

by JULIE BECK… 678 more words

Curiositys

Kidney disease linked to air pollution

There is no safe level of air pollution, according to a new study.

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Even low levels of particulate matter correlate with kidney damage, writes Dyani Lewis.

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The Search for a New Humility: Václav Havel on Reclaiming Our Human Interconnectedness in a Globalized Yet Divided World

Illustration from Alice and Martin Provensen’s vintage adaptation of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey

“Our respect for other people… can only grow from a humble respect for the cosmic order and from an awareness that we are a part of it… and that nothing of what we do is lost, but rather becomes part of the eternal memory of being.” 883 more words

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THE ALCOHOL INDUSTRY DOESN’T WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND THE LINK BETWEEN DRINKING AND CANCER

by Alex PietrowskiStaff Writer Waking Times

The alcohol industry doesn’t want you to understand that alcohol consumption, even in moderate degrees, is strongly linked to the development of a number of cancers. 643 more words

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Keating Cuts

Here’s a fantastic talk on global power and stupidity from Australia’s best prime minister ever (1991-1996) ! Keating’s insights into global power and it’s evolution are spot on, as is his dislike of big brother America ! 40 more words

CUB CITIES in CANADA

CUB CITIES in CANADA are a group of cities not yet developed in Canada, in which, there will be no highrise buildings and no priorities given to the corporate and political elite on neither the local, provincial, national nor global level, but rather to the individuals of the community first and their peripheral family members. 30 more words

Canada