The Daily Populous

Wednesday June 9th, 2021 morning edition

image for Canada’s Trudeau vows to fight far-right groups after Muslim family slain

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday promised to redouble efforts to fight far-right groups two days after a hate-motivated attack that killed four members of a Muslim family in the city of London, Ontario.

"This was a terrorist attack, motivated by hatred, in the heart of one of our communities," Trudeau said in the House of Commons after observing a moment of silence.

The victims spanned three generations of a family and ranged in age from 15 to 74.

London, a city of about 400,000 people located halfway between Detroit and Toronto, has a large Muslim community and at least three mosques.

"The London Muslim Mosque, it's the second-oldest mosque in Canada.

1/8 Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada May 5, 2021.

Although the group has never mounted an attack in Canada, officials said domestic intelligence forces have become increasingly worried about it. »

Why Lab-Grown Meat Is Emerging As The Most Impactful Step To Reverse Climate Change

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The researchers documented that meat and dairy product provide 60 per cent of agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions and only 18 per cent of the calories.

If we cut them down for the purpose of meat production then they will no longer be able to help in terms of fighting against climate change.

But, some scientists argue that cultured meat may do more damage to the climate depending on how the energy to make the lab meat is produced. »

Former Wisconsin pharmacist who tampered with COVID vaccines sentenced to 3 years in federal prison

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Former Wisconsin pharmacist who tampered with COVID vaccines sentenced to 3 years in federal prison.

Breaking: Steven Brandenburg is sentenced to three years in federal prison for intentionally tampering with some 500 doses of COVID-19 vaccines at a Grafton hospital.

The vaccines are safe and effective, and we remain fully committed to doing our part to distribute them in our communities.". »

MoviePass actively tried to stop users from seeing movies, FTC alleges

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However, according to a Federal Trade Commission complaint released Monday, the company actively worked to prevent its customers from seeing movies in theaters.

First, according to an FTC press release announcing the complaint, MoviePass invalidated users' passwords and claimed, falsely, that it had detected fraud related to their accounts.

According to the complaint, MoviePass did this to 75,000 users — many of whom where then locked out of their accounts as "MoviePass's password reset process often failed.". »