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I seen it

i seen it

Every time I would say “seen,” instead of “have seen” or “saw,” she would giggle. To be clear, she would also laugh along with my jokes and other attempts at cleverness. She was kind. But she was also ruthlessly attentive …

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Hyperlinking in Canadian journalism (Case study, IPBES report)

hyperlinking in canadian journalism case study ipbes report

Quality online publishing requires responsible hyperlinking. And quality journalism requires good linking too. If news orgs are serious about being good partners in mitigating misinformation, they need to link meaningfully to relevant references and especially science-based organizations.1 On May 5th …

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Tsleil-Waututh Nation versus Bill Morneau, the duty to consult, and the public interest

tsleil waututh nation versus bill morneau the duty to consult and the public interest

The Federal Court of Appeal ruling, Tsleil-Waututh Nation v. Canada (Attorney General) has put a stop to the Trans Mountain Expansion. For now.1 Many folks thought that the Trans Mountain expansion was destiny. Some, like Canada’s Minister of Finance, Bill …

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