Day: May 22, 2022

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Google Nest Thermostat is on sale on Amazon

We may receive a commission from purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Still trying to manually lower the temperature in your home? What are you, a caveman? Get smart! (Photo: Amazon) Smart devices aren’t just smart because they can connect to the internet or tell you the […]

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A major shift in the economic narrative could be underway

the global narrative of markets and the economy was that of strong demand in the face of lagging supply, a dynamic that caused inflation soaring. While most signs suggest these trends are persisting, a few anecdotes from the past week suggest that this narrative may be changing. Signs that stocks are no longer sold out […]

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Save up to $700 at the Leesa Memorial Day mattress sale and get two free pillows

Shop the 2022 Leesa Memorial Day Mattress Sale for up to $700 per review-approved mattress. — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. If you’re struggling to find what your perfect mattress looks like, we have a Memorial Day mattress deal for you. Leesa […]

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Climate of conflict, the post-COVID return of Davos has plenty of plates

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Davos — the hub of an elite annual gathering in the Swiss Alps — is back, more than two years after the coronavirus pandemic alienated its business gurus, political leaders and its high-flying militants. There are no shortage of urgent problems for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum to […]

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Officials take stock of destroyed infrastructure; Polish President Addresses Ukrainian Lawmakers: Live Updates

In the nearly four months since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine, its forces have damaged and destroyed thousands of buildings, including cultural sites, hospitals, schools and residences, and Ukrainian officials take stock of the damage. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his overnight address on Saturday that nearly 2,000 educational institutions had been destroyed by […]

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British Columbia pledges $100 million to address historic wrongs of Japanese Canadians internally

British Columbia Premier John Horgan on Saturday committed a $100 million endowment to address the lasting effects of the internment of Japanese Canadians in the province during World War II. Horgan made the announcement Saturday from the Steveston Martial Arts Centre, the oldest Japanese-style dojo in North America, in Richmond, British Columbia. It comes on […]

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Unions slam Grant Shapps’ plans to block industrial action

Government plans for a minimum staffing requirement during rail strikes have been called “desperate nonsense”. Unions reacted angrily to a Sunday newspaper interview by the Transport Secretary days before the election result which is expected to bring the threat of a national railway strike closer. More than 40,000 members of Network Rail’s Rail, Maritime and […]

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Soaring fuel prices hamper Canadians’ long-awaited travel plans

After two years of lockdown and travel restrictions, many Canadians are eager to pack their bags and finally hit the road. However, there is a catch. As travelers no longer need to worry about a COVID-19 test to get home, they face a new hurdle: rising travel costs fueled by increased demand and sky-high oil […]

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Why there is no fencing, safety equipment or lifeguards at Peggys Cove

Shortly after the death of a 25-year-old man who was swept into the ocean at Peggys Cove in 2015, an eclectic group came together to discuss how safety could be improved at the landmark in southwest of Halifax. One idea put forward was to shut down the iconic site which attracts over 700,000 people a […]

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Pope hopes church in China can operate freely

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Sunday expressed his spiritual closeness to Catholics in China, expressing hope that the church there would operate in “freedom and tranquility,” but making no mention of a cardinal 90-year-old who was recently arrested in Hong Kong. Addressing the public gathered in St. Peter’s Square for the Pontiff’s traditional […]

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