…”Vancouver sausage maker says World Health Organization(WHO) cancer study is baloney”…”Email bungle frustrates privacy watchdog”…”Tis the season for spook”…
All in a day’s discussion of a report that outlines “risks” & “hazards”. Everything in moderation, Mom used to say!
Apparently, lost data from the failure to backup thousands of messages properly is hampering a British Columbia privacy investigation.
It seems Hillary you aren’t alone in email controversy as BC’s government reportedly has a culture of deleting emails to circumvent requests for information under the Access to Information Act.
And so it goes.
As soon as Canadian Thanksgiving was over, a next trip to Vancouver’s Pacific Centre & it was very evident that Hallowe’en and frightfully Christmas too, is ‘just around the corner.’
Vancouver retailer ‘Hallowe’en Alley’ & the ‘Hallowe’en Lady’ Tanya Nahal, pictured here, are in the midst of boom time for their business. Reportedly, Hallowe’en is a labour of love for custom costume designer, Tanya!
Cheers to a ‘spooktacular’ upcoming Hallowe’en y’all!
And as today is both Flag Day in Greece & World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, yes that’s right……
The main objectives of designating the date of 27 October were listed by UNESCO:
raising public awareness of the need for preservation;
providing opportunities to celebrate specific local, national or international aspects of the heritage;
highlighting the accessibility of archives;
attracting media attention to heritage issues;
raising the cultural status of audiovisual heritage;
highlighting audiovisual heritage in danger, especially in developing countries.
…….a resounding look, see & listen smiles—have a great Tuesday!