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Famous Montreal bagel locations | The McGill Tribune
It’s no doubt that one of Montreal’s claims to fame is its legacy of consistently fantastic bagels. Notable differences when contrasted with other popular types of bagels—namely the New York bagel—include the smaller size, the sweeter taste, and the denser quality. Montreal bagels are always baked in a wood-fired oven, and they contain malt, egg, and honey-sweetened water. Below is a compiled list of Montreal locations that serve the best bagels.
Canada  Food 
2 days ago by bfsmith9
70 years apart, navy lieutenants have more in common than they think | CBC News
Both lieutenants in the navy, Jennifer Martin, 34, and David Howard, 99, compare their experiences
Jennifer Martin and David Howard had never met, but they share a bond few Canadians have experienced.
Both Martin and Howard have served their country as lieutenants in the navy — Howard in the Second World War during the Battle of the Atlantic, and Martin, who is currently in the service, with her first tour deploying in 2009 to Afghanistan.
CBC Toronto brought the pair together to share their experiences, 70 years apart.
tv  canada  interview  navy  uniform  video 
3 days ago by rgl7194
More than 50 nations, but not U.S., sign onto cybersecurity pact - Axios
French President Emmanuel Macron released an international agreement on cybersecurity principles Monday as part of the Paris Peace Forum. The original signatories included more than 50 nations, 130 private sector groups and 90 charitable groups and universities, but not the United States, Russia or China.
The big picture: The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace is another step in the disjointed effort to create international norms and laws for cybersecurity and warfare. In most international matters of regulating the internet, there tends to be a wide split between the liberal Western order and authoritarian nations like Russia and China.
security  privacy  trust  gov2.0  politics  europe  canada  cyber 
5 days ago by rgl7194
America’s Next Civil War · The Walrus
Northrop Frye once wrote that Canadians are Americans who reject the revolution. When the next revolution comes, we will need to be ready to reject it with everything we have and everything we are.
politics  canada  CivilWar  revolution  usa  trump  terrorism  woo 
5 days ago by pozorvlak

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