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"Across the country, demand for psilocybin-assisted therapy is growing, with more people seeking out the compound as a potential treatment for a variety of mental health conditions like depression and addiction. But while demand has grown, access is limited. And advocates say many Canadians are stuck wading through bureaucratic red tape as they seek permission from Health Canada to use the drug medicinally."

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Quebec has lifted the veil of secrecy around the province's biggest water users, revealing that billions of litres of water are withdrawn yearly by the mining and metal industry, along with pulp and paper manufacturing.

The data dump, which includes records going back a decade, also lists golf clubs, ski hills, water bottling plants and food processors among the companies that are withdrawing tens of millions — sometimes hundreds of millions — of litres in a year. ... Rio Tinto's water use in 2022 would fill 29,000 Olympic pools

Overall, in terms of total withdrawals reported in Quebec, the City of Montreal was the biggest water user in 2022, the most recent year available in the dataset. The city of more than two million people reported withdrawing a whopping 559.2 billion litres of water for various services, including its aqueduct network, botanical gardens and recreational operations.

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Quebec has lifted the veil of secrecy around the province's biggest water users, revealing that billions of litres of water are withdrawn yearly by the mining and metal industry, along with pulp and paper manufacturing.

The data dump, which includes records going back a decade, also lists golf clubs, ski hills, water bottling plants and food processors among the companies that are withdrawing tens of millions — sometimes hundreds of millions — of litres in a year. ... Rio Tinto's water use in 2022 would fill 29,000 Olympic pools

Overall, in terms of total withdrawals reported in Quebec, the City of Montreal was the biggest water user in 2022, the most recent year available in the dataset. The city of more than two million people reported withdrawing a whopping 559.2 billion litres of water for various services, including its aqueduct network, botanical gardens and recreational operations.

[-] [email protected] 8 points 2 months ago

As a CAD industrial drafter, I approve.

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[-] [email protected] 4 points 7 months ago

vandalize their car.

[-] [email protected] 4 points 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago)

It's always double edge. Don't you have anything to hide? Who need end to end encryption apart of pedos and terrorists? If you really want 100% security, then just give up 100% of your freedom.

[-] [email protected] 6 points 8 months ago

Good analogy. Inflation is a rate of change.

[-] [email protected] 14 points 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago)

Inflation is not prices, it's a rate of increase of prices. Even if Inflation is at 0%, prices won't decrease, 0% mean prices stability. To see prices diminish, Inflation would need to be negative, in that case it's depression.

[-] [email protected] 34 points 9 months ago

Still not enough content. I already feel the slow down in activities. I'm in a weird spot rn. I go back to reddit because there's more interesting stuff to see, but the official apps is so bad, that I come back here. Also People here seems more intelligent on avg.

I like lemmy because there is no ads and no gold and premium stupid stuff like NFTs and 50$ awards. I liked the awards ideas ,but damn paying up to 100$ for digital emojis that everyone will forget in a day?

The big downside is the lack of embedded videos. Of course videos takes a lot of server power compared to text. But I hope we find a way to implement this in the future.

I think we should have a public board that shows the instance hardware spec and the finance. So we can set donations goals to upgrade servers or keep them afloat.

[-] [email protected] 13 points 9 months ago

Quora is so disgusting. I thank reddit will become just like quora . Reddit + to read full answers , they show you related topic under question instead of the answers , etc .

[-] [email protected] 31 points 9 months ago

I will not sit at desk to read . Smartphone are just way better for this kind of task . Most people access the internet with a smartphone ,not a PC tower.

[-] [email protected] 12 points 10 months ago

I can reverse any moderator actions.

[-] [email protected] 14 points 10 months ago

things are ; official reddit android app is shit. so much that I'm resorting to use a small pre alpha indi app on the fediverse.

[-] [email protected] 9 points 10 months ago

i adore this old meme.

[-] [email protected] 6 points 10 months ago

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