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Source: Global News

How does Canada mitigate the impact of flooding Experts say better urban planning

Thursday 21:51 GMT

The director of the MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance at Dalhousie University says provinces need to do more to mitigate the impact of flooding, by forcing residents to make tough decisions.

WATCH: Saint John attempting to connect those who need help and those who wish to volunteer during flooding. While acknowledging many people have long-enjoyed living on the water, the risks are increasing with the impact of climate change, according to Quigley.

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Source: Common Domain

Want better sleep Here’s the No. 1 bed pillow for under $50, according to experts

Tuesday 04:14 GMT

Multiple experts recommended this pillow, with Logan Block, the director of content at bedding review site Sleepopolis, noting that “this pillow is an incredible value for the price, with shredded memory foam and a soft cover, it is a great option if you’re pillow shopping on a budget,” and Ben Trapskin, the founder of bedding review site SleepSherpa.com, saying it’s “been around for years and is a top pick.”

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Source: Fox News

Religious freedom expert: Global war on Christians intensifying

Wednesday 10:50 GMT

The Sri Lanka Easter Sunday massacre on three churches is a signal the Muslim extremist war on Christians is intensifying across the world and something needs to be done about it, a religious freedom expert told Fox News.

Nina Shea, director of the Center for Religious Freedom of the Hudson Institute, said the United States needs to do more to protect Christians in countries where they are being slaughtered.

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Source: Fox News

Hawaii’s islands are under threat from rising sea levels, experts warn

Wednesday 10:50 GMT

Hawaii's iconic Waikiki Beach could soon be underwater as rising sea levels caused by climate change overtake its white sand beaches and bustling city streets.

"And having an economy that's so heavily based on tourism and so easily impacted by something like the cost of oil rising, for example, it's not resilient."

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Source: Global News

One year after Toronto van attack, experts say outrage over incel movement ‘forgotten’

Wednesday 13:35 GMT

The man accused of a deadly van attack on a busy Toronto sidewalk one year ago identified as an incel — launching a nation-wide conversation about internet culture in Canada.

Witnesses say they are still struggling nearly 1 year since the deadly Toronto van attack. Hours before the attack he allegedly posted on Facebook, saying the “incel rebellion has already begun.” Men who identify as incels, or “involuntary celibates,” like Minassian, say they feel socially and sexually rejected by women.

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Source: Fox News

Most illegal immigrants in US receive government benefits, costing taxpayers billions: experts

Tuesday 20:00 GMT

NEW MEXICO COUNTY DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY OVER SURGE OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS CROSSING THE BORDER. Illegal immigrants do not qualify for Obamacare but under federal law, hospitals and clinics are required to provide urgent medical care without regard to legal status.

A FAIR study in 2017 found illegal immigrants are a net consumer of taxpayer benefits worth more than $100 billion a year, not including the cost of enforcing the border.

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Source: ABC News

More than 12,000 Boy Scout members were victims of sexual abuse, expert says

Wednesday 19:06 GMT

These figures were released Tuesday by attorney Jeff Anderson, whose firm regularly represents victims of sexual abuse and has been involved in numerous clerical sexual abuse cases.

An expert who has been working with the Boy Scouts revealed that there may have been as many as 7,819 allegedly sexually abusive troop leaders and volunteers in the storied organization, according to newly released court documents.


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