SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileLife and health insurance companies, including two Canadian giants, have invested nearly $2 billion in the fast food industry, a practice that raises questions about putting profits above health, researchers say.Fast food consumption has been linked to obesity and cardiovascular disease.The two Canadian based insurers in the report were Sun Life and Manulife, which offer life, health, disability and long term care insurance.”Our data illustrate the extent to which the insurance industry seeks to turn a profit above all else,” Dr.Read more:Take our poll.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests. Continue reading this postAccess to information: Does Canada need to be more open with data?TTC bus driver: Do you often see your local drivers texting?The Toronto Sun on Thursday published a picture sent by a reader of a TTC bus driver driving while texting on a mobile device.
Plus, NYC is so dreary, whereas SF is sunny and there so many outdoorsy things you can do.Sorry for my extremely unobjective answer, but hope it helps your decision! 2 points submitted 10 months agoIt very easy to belittle a company product, Uber a new age taxi service, Quora a slightly better looking Yahoo answers, Wealthfront an overpriced index fund.But in the end, these companies make useful products that have lots of potential. They have tons of smart people who actually make an impact with their daily work. They are growing quickly.
By picking up on the warning signs you could be the one giving support. Talk to them privately letting then know you’re concerned. Reassure them whatever they say will be kept in strict confidence. In fact, the best way to get offline might be a self imposed ban. It possible that internet free zones might emerge in the future. Some communities may choose to deliberately cut themselves off from the internet, much like the uncontacted tribes in South America, New Guinea and India, who purposefully choose to remain isolated.
It must be a a very common misconception about these shops as I see this discussion pop up pretty frequently. In reality, if these shops were limited to serving those in need, then they wouldn exist in the capacity that they do now. Goodwill would not be able to open so many stores and employee so many people that other industries have decided are “unemployable” for one reason or another..