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Is it safe to use open source software for everything?

Of course.

We are firm believers that using open source software in a well managed and maintained environment is perfectly healthy and secure.

We won't go as far as saying it's perfect, but no piece of software is.

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Howard McCurdy, Windsor

Howard McCurdy was the first black member of Parliament for the New Democratic Party and a well-known challenger of racism. McCurdy died Tuesday. He was 85.

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A 17-year-old student has been arrested after threatening to open fire at a California school, and his adult brother faces five charges after weapons were found in their home, authorities say.

More than half of federal government scientists still feel muzzled, poll finds

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More than two years after the election of a federal government that says it wants scientists to speak freely, more than half of federal scientists responding to a new poll say they still don’t feel they can.

Patrick Brown cleared to run for Ontario PC leadership

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Patrick Brown has been cleared to run for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, a job he previously held, the party revealed Wednesday afternoon.

Convicted attempted murderer invited to state dinner with Trudeau in India

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A convicted former member of an illegal Sikh separatist group, Jaspal Atwal of B.C., has been invited to dine with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a formal event hosted by the Canadian High Commissioner tomorrow in New Delhi.

Students speaking out against guns spark claims of anti-Trump conspiracy


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DNA technology used to sketch mother of baby found dead in Calgary dumpster

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Police have hired a U.S. DNA technology firm to create a sketch of the possible likeness of the mother of a baby found dead in a Calgary dumpster on Christmas Eve, as investigators continue in their efforts to find her.

Federal government hoping to expand take up of working income tax benefit as program grows

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A tax benefit aimed at the working poor will be expanded in next week's federal budget, but the Liberals are also trying to make sure more people actually know it exists.

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