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  1. Edit: Add another one -- Sarpino Pizza Which one is better ha?
  2. Hey everyone, I really need your help! My name is Andreanna and I am a Canadian Master's student studying in the Netherlands. I am researching how people from different countries and culture think about corporate social responsibility. Singapore is one of my focal countries so I need people from Singapore to answer my (short!) online survey. To reach my target I still need 50 respondents and I am running out of time. So if you could help me by filling out my survey I would be so happy! Also, you have the chance to win a prize of a US$ 30.00 i Tunes gift card (or the equivalent in SGD). If you win and prefer a different kind of gift card (Steam, Amazon etc) then that is also not a problem :) The survey should not take you longer than 8 minutes. Your responses will be treated confidentially and used only for the purpose of this research. Here is the link: https://umsbe.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2cowuD6UCvfCKd7 Thank you in advance for your help - I really really appreciate it - Andreanna
  3. Not likely to happen here anytime soon I guess... Any MDA MCFers here? Not enough Canadian porn on adult TV: regulator Published on Mar 07, 2014 3:14 AM OTTAWA (AFP) - Canada's broadcasting regulator wants to see more locally-made porn on Canadian television, judging by a notice on its website that accuses three channels of failing to meet licensing requirements. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) said three Toronto-based adult channels have failed to provide a minimum of 35 per cent Canadian content. The rules require a portion of programming to be at least partly written, produced or presented by persons in Canada, in order to bolster the local industry and showcase Canadian content. A hearing has been scheduled for April 28 to decide whether the broadcasting licenses of AOV Adult Movie Channel, XXX Action Clips and Maleflixxx should be renewed. (source: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/world/story/not-enough-canadian-porn-adult-tv-regulator-20140307)
  4. I am planning a trip to Canadian Rocky, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco. Does anybody knows if late Oct/early Nov is ok to go Rocky and Canyon? Can I book the land tour when I am there or do I have to book in advance? Lastly any advice on must-see/must-go locations? Thanks.
  5. Mon Dec 10, 2007 8:22am EST By Claire Sibonney TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's largest outdoor-goods chain has pulled water bottles and food containers made of polycarbonate plastic from its shelves over worries about the chemical bisphenol A, which has been linked to cancer and reproductive problems in animals. Vancouver-based Mountain Equipment Co-op became the first major Canadian retailer to stop selling products that contain bisphenol A over fears the chemical can leach from plastic food and water containers. "Inconclusive science and regulatory uncertainty presently surrounds bisphenol-A (BPA)," the company said in a statement. "For these reasons, MEC has stopped selling polycarbonate water bottles and food containers until guidance is provided by the Government of Canada on the health risks posed by BPA." The Canadian co-operative joins U.S.-based Patagonia in dropping the products because of health concerns. The chemical, which can mimic the effects of the hormone estrogen in cells, has been surrounded by controversy. Some North American researchers and environmentalists have shown it can cause several types of cancer as well as developmental, neural, behavioral and reproductive harm in animals. Industry says the products are not dangerous, citing studies from government agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that food and beverage containers manufactured from polycarbonate do not pose a health risk to humans. "Rarely has a chemical been the subject of such intense scientific testing and scrutiny, and still, important agencies across the globe agree that there is no danger posed to humans from polycarbonate bottles," said Tom Cummins, spokesman for Nalgene and Nunc Brand Products, which manufacturers the popular Nalgene polycarbonate water bottles. Besides hard-plastic water bottles, bisphenol A is also used in some baby bottles and the linings of some food cans, including most major brands of infant formula, according to a study co-released this week by Environmental Defence Canada and the Washington-based Environmental Working Group. "We have study after study showing that this chemical is toxic,... and there are safe and available alternatives that are affordable," said Aaron Freeman, policy director of Environmental Defence Canada. Canada's health department declined to comment before it releases preliminary results of a review of the chemical's effects next spring. "We are looking at as much research as we can to make a very science-based assessment," said Joey Rathwell, a spokeswoman for Health Canada. Norway and the European Union are also reviewing the product. Japanese manufacturers decided voluntarily to stop making products using polycarbonate plastic five to six years ago. (Reporting by Claire Sibonney; editing by Janet Guttsman)
  6. Beanoyip

    F1 Canadian GP

    No one talked about the horrific crash yesterday? Hamilton won in the end. Video of the crash here http://youtube.com/watch?v=273jvpobiGw
  7. DarkLord

    Canadian GP.

    Ferrari is struggling again.. Sianz.. Thought MS has a chance after qualifying 2nd..
  8. Groovy! The only pic I found. Took place in Calgary, Alberta. May 28-29 2004 You can check the results at http://www.bishop.ab.ca/CSCC/rocky/2004/ Ooohh....It beat the original 1989 Swift . It competed in the production class where little modification is permitted.
  9. Sgrac3r

    Canadian Swift+ go rally

    See what this canada rally team do to their suzuki swift+ before go for rally race. [sly] cool huh? http://photos.capaction.com/view_album.php...=album17&page=1 p.s: GM sales Aveo as Suzuki Swift+ in Canada

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