Monday, September 27
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Reader’s letter: goose poop is a stain on the riverfront Vietnam monument

Article content Recently, while walking past the Vietnam Monument on the riverbank, I was horrified by the pile of smelly, ugly geese that littered the pavement. Article content The city of Windsor should be embarrassed by the presence of such an offensive attack on our senses, especially when we welcome guests. Annually, hundreds of guests arrive in front of the Vietnam Monument. These guests deserve more than having to dance, take two steps, and walk through excrement. Greg Akin, Windsor Share your opinions Send letters to the editor at [email protected] (Do not send them as attachments - put them in the body of emails.) The letters must include your full name, address, and phone number. (We will only publish your name and the municipality where you live). Letters must be les...
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High tension between vaccinated and unvaccinated in Canada, poll suggests – CityNews Toronto

A new survey suggests tensions over COVID-19 vaccines in Canada are high as frictions mount between those who are vaccinated against the virus and those who are not. The Leger poll, conducted for the Association for Canadian Studies, found that more than three in four respondents have negative opinions about those who are not immunized. Association president Jack Jedwab says relationships between vaccinated and unvaccinated Canadians are also viewed negatively by two out of three survey participants. The online survey surveyed 1,549 Canadians between September 10 and 12. Online surveys cannot be assigned a margin of error as they are not considered truly random samples of the population. The survey found that vaccinated people view the unvaccinated as irresponsible and selfish, ...
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Rajoy asks Casado to reform the pensions: “They may even strike you, but you will not have another one”

Related news Pablo Casado and Mariano Rajoy They inaugurated this Monday in Santiago de Compostela the itinerant national convention of the PP, which will pass through several cities until it ends this weekend in Valencia. The former Prime Minister, in his homeland, launched a harsh diatribe against the pension reform being finalized by the Government, and for which Pedro Sanchez He called this summer for the support of opposition parties. "The reform that has been made [aún debe aprobarla el Congreso] of pensions is a mistake "asserted Rajoy, who then predicted to Casado, sitting on his right and who had previously presented it, that he will have to retrace that path when he comes to the Government, even at the cost, he said, of facing the protest union. "The reform...
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In the Netherlands, Mark Rutte under high protection following rumors of kidnapping or attack

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on March 17, 2021 in The Hague. PIROSCHKA VAN DE WOUW / REUTERS Official sources in The Hague confirmed, Monday morning, September 27, information from the popular daily By Telegraaf revealing that the resigning Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, now enjoyed very close protection following rumors of an attack or kidnapping concerning him. According to the daily, it was circles linked to serious crime, with a possible relay within Mr. Rutte's party, the Popular Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), or in the state machine, which envisaged a spectacular action against the head of government. Details on the planned attack or kidnapping reportedly reached the security services earlier this month. "They are taken very seriously", a source anonymously tol...
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German elections: the end of the Merkel era and perhaps German conservatives too

Germany lowers the curtain on the sixteenth year of Angela Merkel's reign. The end of a cycle also for cartoonists, such as Heiki Sakurai who produced no less than 2,953 drawings of the Chancellor. So make way for new faces with this central question today: who of Armin Laschet or Olaf Scholz will be the future chancellor? The Social Democrat has already won the hearts of the Greens.One of the strong images of this election night will remain that ofAngela Merkel long ovation by supporters of the CDU / CSU. A clap of the end for the chancellor and perhaps also for the German conservatives and their new leader Armin Laschet, who is struggling to unite.Lena Roche, euronews correspondent in Berlin:“Yesterday evening, at the CDU headquarters, Angela Merkel was applauded much more than Armin L...
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German elections: the end of the Merkel era and perhaps German conservatives too

Germany lowers the curtain on the sixteenth year of Angela Merkel's reign. The end of a cycle also for cartoonists, such as Heiki Sakurai who produced no less than 2,953 drawings of the Chancellor. So make way for new faces with this central question today: who of Armin Laschet or Olaf Scholz will be the future chancellor? The Social Democrat has already won the hearts of the Greens.One of the strong images of this election night will remain that ofAngela Merkel long ovation by supporters of the CDU / CSU. A clap of the end for the chancellor and perhaps also for the German conservatives and their new leader Armin Laschet, who is struggling to unite.Lena Roche, euronews correspondent in Berlin:“Yesterday evening, at the CDU headquarters, Angela Merkel was applauded much more than Armin L...
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Surprise at the unique monument of Santa Eulalia de Bóveda: her paintings are not Roman

Related news An interdisciplinary team from the universities of A Coruña and Santiago de Compostela has managed to determine, through a combination of different archaeological, geological and geochronological methodologies, the main construction phases of the monument of Santa Eulalia de Bóveda, in Lugo, which demonstrate its relationship with the Middle Ages. This building, according to USC in a statement, "one of the most unique and enigmatic in the northwest of the peninsula" —Declared a National Monument in 1931 and an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1996—, since the second decade of the 20th century, it has been the object of "all kinds of historical interpretations that tried to explain its uniqueness and origin." The most widespread hypothesis about its function ...
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YOU SAID IT: It doesn’t seem so temporary

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Letters Here are today's letters from the Ottawa Sun to the editor. Author of the article: Letters to the editor Vaccine passport photo illustration. Photo by Dado Ruvic /Reuters Archive Article content IT DOESN'T SEEM SO TEMPORARY Commercial This ad has not been uploaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content Now that Ontario's "temporary" vaccination passport program is in place, one wonders how "temporary" it will be. If, as Prime Minister Doug Ford "assures" us, it is truly temporary, why is the province taking the time, trouble, and expense of developing and implementing and forcing citizens to go through the hurdles and aggravation? to switch next month to an app and a QR code? ? Surely, if it's go...
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The Aldi thermomix, at a groundbreaking price: WiFi, touch screen and 1,000 W for less than 280 euros

Related news Kitchen robots have become so fashionable in recent times in Spain that they have gone from costing the thousands of euros that manufacturers asked for them years ago a few hundred. Firms like Lidl or Aldi have wanted to launch their economic alternatives, with special offers in our country. Without going any further, Aldi herself has just announced it with your own Thermomix. As we see in the offers brochure of the supermarket chain that covers from October 29 to 5, Aldi will launch a special promotion for its Masterpro kitchen robot. A robot that normally costs 349 euros, and that on Saturday, October 2 it will be worth 279 euros. A 20% discount that will allow us to acquire a very useful robot that has 9 automatic programs, 12 speeds and that has bee...