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Fracking and its impact on groundwater: Lessons from Alberta

Mar 21, 2012 to Mar 22, 2012
Telus Building, Room 134, University of Alberta
Corner of 111 Street and 87 Avenue
T6G 2M7 Edmonton , AB
Canada
53° 31' 22.4904" N, 113° 31' 4.1988" W
Alberta CA
Join us for an information session and discussion on the impacts of fracking on groundwater, with Professor Karlis Muehlenbachs from the University of Alberta.
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Food n' Mood: Winter wisdom from Chinese medicine

Jan 19, 2012 to Jan 20, 2012
Laurentina's Improv Club
51 Kensington Avenue Sorry location is on the second floor and not wheelchair accessible.
M5T 2V7 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 14.0616" N, 79° 24' 0.8748" W
Ontario CA
Feeling S.A.D.? Come to a FREE, popular education style, “Food n’ Mood” workshop, from traditional Chinese medicine principles. Pauline Hwang specializes in 'care for caregivers and changemakers'.
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Walter Isaacson on Steve Jobs

Nov 23, 2011
Indigo Manulife Centre
55 Bloor St. West
M4W 1A5 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 40' 10.7832" N, 79° 23' 19.158" W
Ontario CA
Walter Isaacson on Steve Jobs
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Affiliate program for Magento

I'm an e-commerce store owner and looking for a tool to run online affiliate program for my store which is based on Magento platform. It will work like this: Referrals register on my site, send links to their friends, if products are purchased the referrals will get commission. However I haven't found out the best tool to install in my site. Anyone has suggestion? Undecided

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MEDIA ALERT - High Speed Rail Canada to Release Ontario-Quebec High Speed Rail Study

MEDIA ALERT - High Speed Rail Canada to Release Ontario-Quebec High Speed Rail Study

On Monday October 17th, High Speed Rail Canada will release the Ecotrains Consulting, January 2011 Federal/Ontario/Quebec Government Updated High Speed Rail Study for the Ontario-Quebec Corridor. It will be available on their website, http://highspeedrail.ca as a free download.

Paul Langan, Founder of High Speed Rail Canada states, "The public paid for it it and the government has no right to keep the public from seeing it".

Paul Langan
Founder High Speed Rail Canada
http://highspeedrail.ca
519-654-0089

 

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The art of invention

Sep 8, 2011 to Sep 9, 2011
Rosebrugh Building U of T
164 College Street Room #208 - close to Queen's Park TTC station
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 35.0964" N, 79° 23' 27.7872" W
Ontario CA
Art, technology, creating and inventing, practical tips on proportion and motif. You will never change the world the same way again!
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Makers

Mini Maker Faire Mini Documentary: http://vimeo.com/23589700

Held at Evergreen Brickworks, the Toronto Mini Maker Faire celebrated the culture of making, crafting, DIY-ing, tinkering, hacking and sharing. It was a weekend where makers of all kinds shared their projects and thoughts.

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Toronto anarchist bookfair 2011

Apr 15, 2011 to Apr 17, 2011
Steelworker's Hall & Bahen Centre
25 Cecil St. & 50 St. George. St.
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 37.8576" N, 79° 23' 49.1928" W
Ontario CA
The 2011 Toronto anarchist bookfair and is set to be an amazing weekend of workshops, radical discussions, books, zines, great food and friends.
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Corpses in your mouths? There's an App for that.

"People who talk about revolution and class struggle without referring explicitly to everyday life, without understanding what is subversive about love and what is positive in the refusal of constraints, such people have corpses in their mouths." --Raoul Vaneigem

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Ottawa Accessibility Unconference

May 6, 2011 to Aug 5, 2011
Ottawa City Hall Ottawa , ON
Canada
45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W
Ontario CA
An accessibility unconference here in Ottawa.
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The Daily

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This week's launch of Rupert Murdoch's iPad "newspaper," The Daily, is a milestone: It's the first significant attempt, since the Web conquered the digital world in 1995, to create a major new media product that embraces technology yet spurns the Web -- and the public Internet, too. Chris Anderson's Wired "Web is Dead" package was the warning shot for this phenomenon, but The Daily's introduction puts it in front of us in palpable touch-screen form. It boldly declares: We're digital people but we're not Web people.

Why do I say that The Daily spurns the Web and the Net? I mean, beyond the obvious reason that there is no Web site that offers its contents in a convenient form each day. It's not just that. The Daily also contains no links.

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