Business

Business
7 Questions to Ask Before Refinancing a Mortgage
Posted on 27 October 2020

Property owners of all types often use mortgages to manage purchases of real estate. In some cases, the original financing works fine and there’s no desire to refinance. Others may find that mortgage refinancing becomes a helpful way to restructure debt and possibly get a few other things done...

Books

Books
New book reveals John Summers: The Untold Story of Corruption, Systemic Racism and Evil at Bell Baker LLP
Posted on 26 December 2020

The legal system in Canada is viewed by many from the outside as close to flawless. What many do not realize is that the system has a set of inherent flaws. The system is so broken that there is probably no one that personifies this better than notorious Ottawa lawyer John Summers. This book has set...

UFO · Exopolitics

UFO · Exopolitics
U.S. government acknowleges its participation in UFO and alien activity
Posted on 19 August 2020

 For years, people have debated about the nature of intelligent, extraterrestrial life, including UFO activity, alien abductions and more. However, in spite of this, governments around the world have strongly denied the existence of such phenome...

Lifestyles

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Why Is Boating Becoming More Popular?

Posted on 12 January 2021

Lifestyles
Is teledentistry the future of dental institution? Let's find out!
Posted on 22 November 2020

With the change in every other field, the field of dentistry is also changing and with innovations, it is getting better and bigger. New technologies are changing the world, and for the dentists, the world has been becoming wider and better. Everyone is worried about oral health. Even during...

Health

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Health
How African became launching pad of COVID-19 Biometric Global Warfare against humanity
Posted on 07 January 2021

The first set of clinical trials against the novel coronavirus in Africa began late June 2020, sparking several controversial talking points on how the vaccines are being weaponized. The trials were launched in Johannesburg, South Africa and managed by the University of Witwatersrand—who ar...