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Hey there. Here are the major right to repair stories in the 10/24/2021 edition:
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Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Prof. Matthew Rimmer: A Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry on the Right to Repair (Source: SSRN). New Job Postings on Patently-O:.
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Inflation: The Transitory Question - The Bull & Bear

Right to Repair: A Long Overdue Right? Evergrande: China's Financial Stress Test · Arts & Culture.
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Masse sworn in for 44th Parliament - CTV Windsor

Brian Masse has been sworn in for his seventh term as Member of Parliament for Windsor West.
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Fake government sites impersonating real ones - Here's how to spot them - Kim Komando

New laws are coming to give you the right to repair. More episodes of Kim Komando Daily Tech Update. Connect with Kim.
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Decision on judicial inquiry into Ottawa LRT comes down to the price of accountability - News AKMI

No one will be able to give an accurate projection on what an inquiry would cost municipal taxpayers in Ottawa since it's impossible to tell how ...
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Testing Best Buy; Calls for the 'right-to-repair' vehicles rev up: CBC's Marketplace Cheat Sheet

Miss something this week? Don't panic. CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get.
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