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Cerebral Palsy Risk Up With Exposure to Maternal Unintentional Injury In Utero

Hibbing Daily Tribune 29 Nov 2022
TUESDAY, Nov ... 28 in JAMA Pediatrics. Asma Ahmed, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., from McGill University in Montreal, and colleagues examined the association between maternal unintentional injury and CP in offspring in a population-based, longitudinal cohort study ... Abstract/Full Text (subscription or payment may be required) ... .
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Andy Prest: Where's the beer? And other important World Cup questions

North Shore News 23 Nov 2022
Here we go. Qatar? Really? ... Qatar is one of the 40 smallest countries in the world – a TSN commentator described it as about the size of Prince Edward Island, with a population similar to Montreal – and Qatar is not good at soccer, as evidenced by their performance in the opening match on Sunday ... Small country indeed ... Outrageous ... I hope ... .
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TODD: This World Cup is a travesty

Canoe 21 Nov 2022
Unfortunately, all that wonderful passion has been rented out to a theocratic state smaller than Connecticut, with a population less than that of metropolitan Montreal where it’s too hot to host an event like this during the summer months ... Bell Centre in Montreal on Saturday, Nov.
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Kuraly scores 2 in 3rd period, helps Columbus past Montreal

The Morganton News Herald 18 Nov 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Sean Kuraly scored twice in the third period and the Columbus Blue Jackets won their third straight home game, beating the Montreal Canadiens 6-4 on Thursday night ... Nick Suzuki had a goal and an assist, and Jordan Harris, Josh Anderson and Brendan Gallagher also scored for Montreal, which lost its second straight ... Montreal.
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STINSON: Will focus on soccer narratives remain as World Cup set to begin?

Canoe 18 Nov 2022
They said it wouldn’t be too hot. Story continues below ... STINSON ... It’s something to keep in mind as the World Cup rolls on, bringing a slew of stories about Qatar, a country with a population smaller than that of greater Montreal, where homosexuality is illegal and thousands of migrant workers are alleged to have died building their football palaces ... .
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Montrealers commemorate 84th anniversary of Kristallnacht

Victoria Advocate 16 Nov 2022
The Montreal community gathered for the first time in person since 2019 at the Gelber Centre last week for the annual commemoration of Kristallnacht, the Nov. 9-10, 1938 Nazi-organized pogrom against the businesses, places of worship and homes of the Jewish populations of Germany and Austria.
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Gabriel Poliquin: AstraZeneca-vaxxed Canadian lawyer suddenly collapses during truckers #FreedomConvoy inquest into government’s use of ...

The Covid Blog 15 Nov 2022
TheCOVIDBlog.com. November 15, 2022 Mr. Gabriel Poliquin ... But as Ms. Morissette said. ... . Mr ... And outside of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, and Winnipeg, the rest of the country is sparsely-populated frontier. It’s not out of the question for Canada to lose half of its population from the vaccine genocide by the end of 2024.
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Some Quebec colleges say Ottawa denies 80 to 90 per cent of study permits from Africa

Moosejaw Today 04 Nov 2022
MONTREAL — Some ... Frédéric Tremblay, the communications head at Alma College, says there appears to be a "distortion" between the federal government and the province — particularly in regions outside greater Montreal, which are faced with an aging population and a labour shortage.
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Canada immigration opens up further; one of the most conservative towns starts welcoming immigrants

Live Mint 31 Oct 2022
The issue is especially severe in rural Quebec, which is frequently disregarded by the small number of newcomers who choose to remain in Montreal.Immigrants, according to Statistics Canada's census, now make up 23% of Canada's population, up from 21.9% in 2016, and they have ...
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The Times Daily Quiz: Friday October 28, 2022

The Times/The Sunday Times 28 Oct 2022
5 Canada’s three most populous metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal and which city in British Coumbia? ... 9 Which electronic device was named the. .
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‘Lights are flashing red’: Study finds 69% average drop in animal populations since 1970

The Real News Network 24 Oct 2022
Regionally, Latin Americahome to the rapidly deteriorating Amazon rainforest—has seen the largest decline in average population abundance at 94% ... Regionally, Latin America—home to the rapidly deteriorating Amazon rainforest—has seen the largest decline in average population abundance at 94%.
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Gerrymandering is not just an American problem

The Hill 17 Oct 2022
Given that Montreal holds around 20 percent of the province’s population, giving them fair and equitable representation would not have compromised the outcome of the election and created substantially different results for the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ), the province’s party in power since 2018.
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'Devastating' 69% decline in global wildlife populations

RTE 14 Oct 2022
Wild populations of monitored animal species have plummeted nearly 70% in the last 50 years, according to a landmark assessment that highlights "devastating" losses to nature due to human activity ... In biodiversity-rich regions such as Latin America and the Caribbean, the figure for animal population loss is as high as 94%.
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Global wildlife populations have sunk 69% since 1970 - WWF report

Reuters 13 Oct 2022
Drop caused by climate change, habitat loss, pollutionNature was, still is, in dire straits -WWF-UK directorRich nations to be asked for support at Montreal summit ... Wildlife populations in Latin American and the Caribbean were hit especially hard, experiencing a 94% drop in just five decades.
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'Devastating': Study estimates animal populations have declined 69 percent on average since 1970

Alternet 13 Oct 2022
"The message is clear and the lights are flashing red," states the new report, which examines nearly 32,000 species populations across the planet—from the oceanic whitetip shark to the Amazon pink river dolphin to Darwin's frog—to spotlight what it describes as the twin emergencies of climate change and species decline.

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