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NCAA Season 93’s Best 7: Week 12

With the collegiate season in full swing, INQUIRER lists the week’s top seven performers in the ongoing NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament. From their game statistics to their overall impact in the outcomes, everything is weighed to come up with the best players from the week that was. We’re …

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‘Progress remains disappointing’: Cami union on talks with GM

The union representing striking workers at Cami Automotive in Ingersoll, Ont., says it’s disappointed after a high-level meeting in Detroit with General Motors failed to break the deadlock. The 2,800 workers walked off the job almost two weeks ago in the town. Already, businesses in Ingersoll and auto suppliers in …

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Q&A: A conversation with Jane Goodall

Ahead of her talk in Saskatoon, Jane Goodall took some time to take part in a live conversation with CBC’s Madeline Kotzer and Canadians. Jane Goodall speaks in Saskatoon WATCH: A conversation with Jane Goodall on CBC Saskatchewan’s Facebook page Goodall talked about her work with chimpanzees, animal research, hope, …

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EDITORIAL – Guides toward progress

Humans are not yet approaching the 969 years of Methuselah in the Old Testament. Still, lifespans have become longer around the world, thanks to advances in medicine and healthier lifestyles in this modern age. This coming week is dedicated to the nation’s elderly. Senior citizens in the Philippines have enjoyed …

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Deeds

Pictures are cheap nowadays. You see this when photographers just click away with abandon. It is no longer enough to just have one photo; there has to be a “safety” one as well. This inflation is easily explained by the law of supply and demand. Lots of supply (surpassing demand), …

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A victory for Leni

In the ongoing electoral case before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), Vice President Leni Robredo recently scored a major victory. The Marcos protest cases before the PET cited three causes of action. The first cause of action is for the nullification of the results of the election because of alleged …

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