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Daily Archives: 2nd February 2018

2018 Force India needs podium potential – Szafnauer

Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer believes his team’s 2018 car will need to be able to challenge for podiums if it is to retain fourth place in the constructors’ championship. While last season was the first year since 2013 that Force India failed to score at least one podium, the team easily defended fourth place in the constructors’ ...

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Davis Cup: Netherlands leads holder France 1-0

ALBERTVILLE, France (AP) Defending champion France lost the opening singles to the Netherlands in the Davis Cup World Group on Friday when Adrian Mannarino was upset in straight sets by a player more than 300 places below him in the rankings. Thiemo de Bakker, ranked 369th, beat Mannarino 7-6 (4), 6-3, 6-3. Richard Gasquet will try to level the tie ...

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Allies In Indigenous-Led Conservation In Canada

In November 2017, I had the pleasure of travelling to the Cree community of Chisasibi with my colleague Chantal Otter-Tetreault, a protected areas coordinator from the Cree Nation Government. Chisasibi is one of the northernmost communities in the traditional Cree territory of Eeyou Istchee, in northwestern Quebec. Its population of nearly 5,000 is comprised mostly of Cree, but has smaller ...

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Major League Baseball Finally Does the Right Thing: Viewpoint

Article 0 Comments On Wednesday, during Major League Baseball’s quarterly owners meetings, the Tampa Bay Rays and the Arizona Diamondbacks announced that they would be adding protective netting in front of the seats along first and third base at their stadiums. In doing so, they became the 29th and 30th teams to conclude that additional netting was needed to protect ...

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