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RT @umairh: Apparently, the only thing social media types talk about more than social media is Malcolm Gladwell. See the problem?
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Social media scientist’s ‘The Science of Timing’ looks at optimum times to tweet http://j.mp/fCD09m
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Why More Women in the Board Room is Essential to Innovation http://j.mp/hwqDlN
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Ceremony welcomes 21 new Canadians to Moose Jaw – Moose Jaw Times-Herald http://j.mp/fitSEV
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Conservatives accused of hypocrisy in dealing with immigrants – Canada NewsWire (press release) http://j.mp/fOCNOQ
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Should Canada welcome 100,000 more immigrants per year? http://j.mp/fjrsj3
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None is Still Too Many: An Historical Exploration of Cdn Immigration Legislation As It Pertains to People w Disabilities http://ow.ly/4qNJT
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Ontario’s North Economic Development Corporation Business Immigration Attraction Program http://ow.ly/4qNUQ
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The Internet and Elections http://j.mp/hCIb2i
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Toronto named Canada’s high tech hub http://ow.ly/4qOBU
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REALLY interesting to be a fly on the wall of this conversation: Visible Minorities In Canadian Small Towns http://ow.ly/4r7nq #integration
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Google always has best April Fools’ ideas! MT @michaelcayley: A radical new way to interact w your email. Gmail Motion: http://t.co/En3hI5M
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I think I just got April Fooled by @PialiRoy Payback. That’s all I’m saying…
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RT @torontoist: Welcome to your new subway system, Toronto! It is full of respect for taxpayers. http://bit.ly/eJeZQ9
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RT @ImagineCanada: Subscribe to our Election Newswire to keep up to date on #charity / election relevant news. http://bit.ly/ihr3nA #cd
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RT @nicknoorani: My new website! Prepare for Canada http://www.prepareforcanada.com
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RT @techsoupcanada: Survey on mobile for nonprofits, getting started with your first website or video, and introducing… Google Motion! …
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RT @NPsteve: Also, I did a graphic today of possible debate arrangements for the leaders. Who should debate whom?: http://bit.ly/gQLguQ
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RT @JeremyCampbell: Why the Massive Radian6 Sale to Salesforce.com is Good for Canada http://bit.ly/fn1zob
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RT @CoopCulture: Over 90% of our #NetCulture tix have gone! Snap up yours while we’ve got’m! 🙂 http://bit.ly/eig #socialmedia #multicu
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Successful money management, successful settlement, successful nation (Maytree) http://ow.ly/4rqH7 #integration #immigrants
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You’re Dead, Your Data Isn’t: What Happens Now? http://ow.ly/4rtfP via @AdeleMcAlear
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Migrant Social Networks: Vehicles for Migration, Integration, and Development http://ow.ly/4rsLG #integration
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Conservatives’ ‘very ethnic’ strategy very smart, says pollster http://ow.ly/4rtP6
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Foreign-worker restrictions panned http://ow.ly/4rtQ9
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A Perspective on Youth: Nigel Barriffe http://ow.ly/4rtRh #racism #inclusion
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Mississauga Article: Muslim women all business http://ow.ly/4rtSl
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Does family reunification prevent "mainstream integration by creating cultural ghettos"? http://ow.ly/4rtTs #immigration #integration
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Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

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