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Keith Woolford

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    Keith Woolford
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  1. It's not up to the RCMP to determine merit when there is a code Red Interpol warrant., only whether it's valid to be executed. * Red: To seek arrest of a wanted person for whom an arrest warrant has been issued and where extradition will likely be requested. (Note: An arrest warrant from another country has no legal status in Canada.) The woman in question, Meng Wanzhou, is fighting extradition, in part because her alleged conduct was not illegal in Canada, an argument known legally as "double criminality". In any case, if you're anti-Hauwei, the C and W system won't be for you.
  2. Ban? Never mentioned one. Policies of the U.S. government concerning Hauwei, the likes of which forced the arrest of a Canadian resident in Canada, are definitely a concern to other nations.
  3. Looks like it's coming down to every man for himself. A major US mask manufacturer, 3M, says the U.S. government has asked it to stop exporting US-made N95 respirator masks to Canada and Latin America. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52161032
  4. Cable and Wireless installed Fibre Optic cable into my home about 2 weeks ago. So far, so good. Higher speeds, no interruptions. Reduced my monthly internet costs slightly and added a few features. * Heads up. This may not be the service for U.S. citizens who are aligned and in agreement with the anti-HUAWEI policies of the U.S. governmen. The hardware is all HAUWEI.
  5. The New York Times continues to provide excellent, up-to-date global coverage which I've been following. Subscription waived. "We are providing free access to the most important news and useful guidance on the coronavirus outbreak to help readers understand the pandemic. Sign up with an email address to read all of the articles on this page." https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-maps.html?action=click&module=Top Stories&pgtype=Homepage&action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage#us
  6. The import ban on Firearms has been lifted. I was speaking with two US expats yesterday who are excited about finally being able to carry their sidearms around town. Ufff
  7. Students return to Classes today March 2, 2020. Drive with precaution.
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    Give me a break. Scantily clad women, heavy drinking and moral indiscretions are the norm in Carnival celebrations throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, and by extension, Toronto. More productive efforts would be the distribution of free condoms and some pop-up Sex Education workshops. As well, the formation of volunteer teams to gather up and sort for recycling the thousands and thousands of discarded beer cans and water bottles is totally achievable.
  9. This guy was apprehended in a submarine carrying 5 tonnes of cocaine. Try doing the math on the street value of that load. Considering that escapes from Panamanian prisons are not uncommon, the authorities may have trouble hanging on to this guy.
  10. Agreed. A visit to their home within a dog shelter will tell you all you need to know.
  11. My daughter has been visiting, and the night before the guy was captured we were staying in some Cabañas in a forested area not too far away from the bridge where they caught him. Apparently he was traveling through areas north of the highway anyway, but it was more evidence that we’re never far from drama here. 😱
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