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Guns4Gnus, in Lawyers for ‘Freedom Convoy’ leaders attempt to block Ottawa residents from testifying

Amazing how these people think that only they have freedom of speech, and if you aren’t a part of the convoy, you don’t deserve to be recognized.

MisterD, in Lawyers for ‘Freedom Convoy’ leaders attempt to block Ottawa residents from testifying

we’ll know if we’ve gone full MAGA if they intimidate witnesses or not.

Fiivemacs, in Sask. nursing students say they were wrongfully accused of cheating

If any company is filming you while doing tests or work…film yourself doing it to so you can dispell their bullshit claims. Just like you would with police interactions.

JoMomma, in What to expect at this year’s Frost Regina

What did you just call me?

Trakata, (edited ) in 'Nobody stopped': Security footage shows Regina drivers passing man waving for help before he died in cold

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  • sbv,

    The person died overnight. The owner wasn’t there outside of business hours.

    jadero,

    The man got off the bus at 8 pm. I’m guessing that the business was closed.

    Perhaps the video wasn’t even reviewed until the police requested it. It’s not like business owners sit around monitoring remote video feeds.

    jadero, in 'Nobody stopped': Security footage shows Regina drivers passing man waving for help before he died in cold

    I thought the “rule” was “never stop, phone it in.” Did anyone at least phone it in?

    sik0fewl,

    Not until it was too late.

    jadero,

    Yes, I saw that. I was just hoping that someone else at least tried.

    the_q, in 'Nobody stopped': Security footage shows Regina drivers passing man waving for help before he died in cold

    Is this surprising? COVID showed us that people don’t care about others.

    Peppycito, in ‘Small but mighty’: Regina announces official bird after 21,000 votes
    skozzii, in City of Regina settles for 'incremental' increases to debt limit

    Seems like things have been spiralling out of control in a pretty bad way with the city over the last few years.

    Time for a change in thinking or we are going to be in crazy debt as a city. Taxes have gone up, fees being restructured and they are still wracking up unfathomable levels of debt.

    This is irresponsible. We need some new people and ideas next election.

    Current debt cap is 450mil and they are asking to almost double it, without any sort of serious explanation of why this unprecedented request was made, infact, they are so out of touch they had no idea that the request would be denied.

    sik0fewl,

    I was hoping Masters would be the change we needed... it was not.

    Mesophar, in Regina man uses 3D printer to transform house into Clark Griswold-inspired Christmas display

    A Regina man has made himself the real life Clark Griswold by going beyond the limits of a standard Christmas lights display.

    perviouslyiner, in 'Makes things interesting': Robot server on staff at Regina Chinese restaurant

    A nice thing in the news elsewhere was disabled people remote-controlling robots like these from bed and being able to talk to customers. This one is just automated.

    Rentlar, in REAL says tourism should once again be the city's domain after failed Experience Regina rebrand

    With slogans like

    Suggestive slogan"Show us your Regina"

    If any press is good press, then one could say the Association didn’t fail…

    bl4ckblooc, in 'In droves': Regina neighbourhood pushing back against proposed high rise building

    We support development, but not here!

    sik0fewl,

    Yeah. It's pretty disappointing that we try to reject any sort of population density.

    Pyr_Pressure, in 'A success': Regina e-scooter program ends for 2023, reports 165,000 km in rides

    So if the average trip was 2.9 kilometers and 17 minutes long, that would mean 56,896 trips at $1.15 activation fee and $0.39 per minute resulting in approximately $443,800 in revenue.

    I’m curious how much the scooters cost to provide and maintain.

    Ilikeprivacy, in Regina top spot to retire in Canada, report says
    @Ilikeprivacy@lemmy.ca avatar

    It’s strictly about cost of living. Nothing else. Most people’s retirement locations have more to do with where their children/family are than anything else.

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