Author Archives: Bulletin Editor

Toronto pilots new smart-traffic-signal tech

Mayor John Tory announces the City of Toronto is launching two smart traffic signal pilot projects to test the latest technology in smart traffic systems. These systems are more effective than traditional traffic signals because they are able to independently ...

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What does God enjoy most?

“God likes people because he made them on the last day,” says Sarah, age 6. I suppose Sarah’s idea is that God saved the best for last. “God enjoys us because we are quiet people,” says Kasey, 6. I wonder ...

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Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin 11/20/17

Getting police officers out of schools.Police opaqueness, not transparency Respond to, and investigate, in a timely fashion, violence, threats of violence and crime, criminal acts and public disorder Undertake, with other social institutions and agencies and civil society organizations, steps ...

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A recipe for Alzheimer’s Disease

What causes Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)? I recently read an article written by Stephanie Seneff, a Senior Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. I know from my years at Harvard that MIT ...

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Ontario: Pull the plug on electricity policies

Ontario manufacturers are feeling the pinch from high electricity prices. But how high are the province’s industrial electricity rates relative to other jurisdictions? Ontario has the highest residential electricity costs of all Canadian provinces. Ontario electricity prices increased twice as ...

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