Everyone plays their part in dangerous times like these.

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Cake day: Aug 12, 2022

cross-posted from: https://beehaw.org/post/276474 > LOL

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/392649 > Time to jump ship from Google products?

In 1 year canada took in ~150,000 ukrainian refugees. In ~10 years canada took in ~45,000 syrian refugees
Correct me if i'm wrong and i'll update title To quote cbc, 'Why Ukrainian newcomers are not refugees and why that matters' https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/ukraine-measures/key-figures.html https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/refugees/welcome-syrian-refugees/key-figures.html

cross-posted from: https://mander.xyz/post/509161 > I have created the community [/c/answered](/c/answered@mander.xyz). > > If you run into an interesting question online for which a good answer was provided, this is the place to share it! > > The point of this community is to aggregate interesting questions that have been answered from all over the internet (like stackexchange, reddit, quora, etc). You can copy the questions into the post body and the best answer(s) into the comments. > > Other users may then address the answers directly by replying to the comments, or add their own answer to the question as a new independent comment. > > As of now, there is no constraint on the topics. Any answered question is fine! > > I have already made an example post, but I don't know how to create a relative hyperlink that would send you to the post in your instance. So just check it out in the community ;)

police have a right to continue to question/interrogate the suspects even after the suspect has expressed their right to silence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5EFAxVaUlA If police ask you to identify yourself, long story short, you probably have to otherwise they can hit you with an objstruction of justice. Don't lie to police, also objstruction of justice, but can use right to remain silent

How often do you have to do maintenance/take your car to a shop?
And what task is it that you/they are doing?

2.5 hours of moderate to vigorous aerobic activity Muscle strengthening activities using major muscle groups at least twice a week --- What is moderate aerobic activity? Moderate-intensity aerobic activity makes you breathe harder and your heart beat faster. You should be able to talk, but not sing. Examples of moderate activity include walking quickly, skating and bike riding. --- What is vigorous aerobic activity? Vigorous-intensity aerobic activity makes your heart rate increase quite a bit and you won’t be able to say more than a few words without needing to catch your breath. Examples of vigorous activity include running, basketball, soccer and cross-country skiing. --- What are strengthening activities? Muscle-strengthening activities build up your muscles. With bone-strengthening activities, your muscles push and pull against your bones. This helps make your bones stronger. Examples of muscle-strengthening activities include push-ups and sit-ups, lifting weights, climbing stairs and digging in the garden. Examples of bone-strengthening activities include running, walking and yoga. --- Break up long periods of sitting as often as possible

If you want more people to notice this sub, crosspost this to other subs toooo

"at least we're not as broken as america"

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/289527 > And how long will it take to recoup that 70 million via taxes?