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canada

Justin Trudeau and Boris Johnson joke about going shirtless to use “our pecs” to intimidate Putin

During the G7 meeting in the Bavarian Alps in Germany, Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau joked about intimidating Putin by taking their clothes off and showing “them our pecs”.
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BBC

BBC Staff urged to develop “trans brand”, told there’s “more than 150 genders”, while organization allegedly suppresses stories challenging trans activism

Staff of the British Broadcasting Corporation are being urged to believe in promote gender ideology, according to material from within the organization.
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Europe

Europe told to prepare for Russia to cut all gas exports “immediately” by the International Energy Agency

The head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said the region must prepare immediately for all gas exports to be cut from Russia this winter.
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coal

Germany to restart coal-fired power plants and reduce domestic natural gas consumption 

Germany will restart its coal-fired power plants and try to reduce domestic natural gas consumption as it faces looming shortages. 
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energy

German economy minister says Germany still set to close down last remaining three nuclear reactors, amid energy supply crisis

During an event on May 31, 2022, Germany’s economy minister Robert Habeck said that it would not be an option to prolong the life of Germany’s last three remaining nuclear reactors amid an energy supply crisis because “It would help too little at too high a cost all-round,”.
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WEF

Klaus Schwab says “the future is being built by us” at the World Economic Forum in Davos

During the World Economic Forum in Davos, he said “the future is not just happening, the future is built by us, by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have the means to improve the state of the world,”.
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EU

German Economy Minister expects the EU to place an oil embargo on Russia “within days”

On Monday, May 23, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said that the EU’s embargo on Russian energy inputs is expected to be agreed upon “within days”.
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gas

Russian oil production falls by nearly 9% in April, amid tensions in Ukraine and western sanctions

An OPEC+ report shows that Russian crude output fell by nearly 9% in April 2022 from the previous month.
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energy

Germany set to oppose labeling nuclear energy as a climate-friendly investment in the EU

The European Union’s largest economy is set to oppose the EU plan to include nuclear energy as a sustainable investment for labeling green investments.
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inflation

Putin says Western sanctions are hurting the West more than Russia

On Thursday, May 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during his televised remarks that the sanctions western countries placed on Russia are actually hurting western countries more than Russia.
canada

Justin Trudeau says “No government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body” over Roe v. Wade

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Justin Trudeau says “No government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body” over Roe v. Wade

canada

Canada’s passport issuing agency suspended nearly 250 employees because of vaccine mandate, now faces unprecedented backlogs

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Canada’s passport issuing agency suspended nearly 250 employees because of vaccine mandate, now faces unprecedented backlogs

coal

Germany to restart coal-fired power plants and reduce domestic natural gas consumption 

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Germany to restart coal-fired power plants and reduce domestic natural gas consumption 

canada

Bank of Canada cautions that mortgage payments could increase by up to 45% for some borrowers by 2025

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Bank of Canada cautions that mortgage payments could increase by up to 45% for some borrowers by 2025

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Trudeau-appointed Governor General and entourage spend nearly $100,000 on in-flight catering 

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Trudeau-appointed Governor General and entourage spend nearly $100,000 on in-flight catering 

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