B.C. May Go Into Further Lockdown to Deal With Rising Cases — The BC Area

Recent changes have been announced in B.C. to try and deal with the rising variant COVID-19 cases and 3rd wave that the province is going through. Hospitals are seeing rising cases and as a result things like indoor dining and other daily life activities have been restricted. Travel restrictions for B.C. are also not out […]

B.C. May Go Into Further Lockdown to Deal With Rising Cases — The BC Area

How To Make a Flax Egg — Bombay Ficus

A step-by-step tutorial of how to make a flax egg, egg substitute for baking! PREP TIME5 mins Total Time5 mins Ingredients 1 Tbsp flaxseed meal (ground raw flaxseed) 2 1/2 Tbsp water Instructions Add flaxseed meal and water to a dish and stir. Let rest for 5 minutes to thicken. Add to recipes in place of 1 egg (as […]

How To Make a Flax Egg — Bombay Ficus

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We should not allow ourselves to be distracted from the things that matter in our lives. What matters to you and me is health, wisdom, understanding, loyalty, security of food and home, loving ourselves and all those whose lives touches ours. Everything else is just the fluff of life. We can exhibit our wares but we can’t take them with us at the end our short sojourn. Don’t be distracted for the end is but a breath away.

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The government finally connects the line from Trump’s campaign to Russian intelligence – The Washington Post

“During the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign, Kilimnik provided the Russian Intelligence Services with sensitive information on polling and campaign strategy. Additionally, Kilimnik sought to promote the narrative that Ukraine, not Russia, had interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election,” the statement read. “Kilimnik has also sought to assist designated former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. At Yanukovych’s direction, Kilimnik sought to institute a plan that would return Yanukovych to power in Ukraine,” it read. Yanukovych was a member of the pro-Russian party for which Manafort had worked, the Party of Regions. That one sentence, though, appears to finally complete the long-speculated line from Trump’s campaign to Russian intelligence. It goes like this, according to the aggregated information compiled by various parts of the government: Trump hires Manafort to run his campaign. Manafort then orders Gates, his deputy, to provide polling and strategy information to Kilimnik, their longtime colleague and, according to the Senate committee, a Russian intelligence officer. Kilimnik then shares that information with Russian intelligence agents. It’s important

Source: The government finally connects the line from Trump’s campaign to Russian intelligence – The Washington Post

Indoor gatherings, backyard BBQs driving COVID-19 transmission in B.C. Interior | Globalnews.ca

Indoor gatherings and backyard barbeques are driving transmission of COVID-19 in B.C.’s Interior, the regional health authority’s top doctor said on Thursday.

Dr. Albert de Villiers, Interior Health’s chief medical health officer, called the source of the spread locally “sporadic.”

“It’s kind of all over the place. We’ve had some with people not keeping to the rules, in smaller clusters in household or backyard barbeques. We have not seen outbreaks in restaurants, we haven’t seen big workplace outbreaks either. It’s really sporadic and all over the place,” de Villiers said.

Source: Indoor gatherings, backyard BBQs driving COVID-19 transmission in B.C. Interior | Globalnews.ca

Study: COVID much more likely than vaccines to cause blood clots | CIDRAP

COVID-19—the actual disease—poses 8 to 10 times the threat of blood clots in the brain than do coronavirus vaccines, a large, non–peer-reviewed study led by University of Oxford researchers finds.

The study, published today on the preprint server OSF, involved an electronic health records network of 81 million patients at 59 healthcare systems, mainly in the United States.

Source: Study: COVID much more likely than vaccines to cause blood clots | CIDRAP