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Netflix Canada announced it will stream its original Canadian programming in the United States starting next month.

The company has been working with the streaming giant to bring a number of its original series to the US, including two dramas, one comedy and a limited series.

The Netflix Canada app will allow Canadians to stream their favorite shows on demand, along with a selection of the company’s original movies and TV series.

The app also lets Canadians watch streaming videos from the company and stream content from Netflix Canada.

Netflix Canada has a number popular series such as Orange is the New Black, Sense8, Daredevil and The Ranch.

In order to use Netflix in the US and Canada, users need to sign up for a free Netflix account and subscribe to the Netflix Canada TV streaming service.

Netflix Canada said that its service is compatible with devices running iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

Netflix will be offering a free trial of the service starting today for those that want to test it out.

The service also has a few Canadian shows coming to the Canadian TV streaming platform next month including two drama series, one anthology series and a miniseries.

The second half of Netflix Canada’s lineup is also slated to be announced next month, but the company has not yet announced a date.

WATCH: The new ‘Hamilton’ is coming to the big screen in the U.S.A.

NEW YORK (AP) Hamilton star Aaron Paul says his new show is coming soon to the U and to a U.K. theater.

The new season of “Hamilton” debuts Thursday on Broadway.

It’s a major hit in the country, but audiences around the world are waiting for the U to see it.

The cast is still waiting.

The show, based on Alexander Hamilton’s novel, debuted at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

Paul, who plays a young lawyer, said he wants to show Americans that he was an inspiration to other people and a “genius” to his own family.

He also wants to be a part of the “Hamilton moment” when it comes to U.N. meetings.

The U.B.C. has announced it will host a UBC conference on the new season.

“I’m looking forward to being a part in this,” Paul said.

“It’s something that will help me to continue to push the boundaries of what we can do and what we’re capable of.”

Hamilton is a musical about the American Revolution that follows Alexander Hamilton, the son of the late U. S. President James Madison.

Hamilton and his wife, Anne Boleyn, were the first U. K. couple to wed.

The Broadway revival marks the latest effort to reach the U, a country that has historically been one of the most supportive of gay rights.

The United Nations last year adopted a resolution condemning same-sex marriage, but a similar resolution was rejected in the European Union.

The British government is not expected to change its position on same-gender marriage until next year.

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday he has been in contact with U. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about bringing the show to the city.

De Blasio said that Johnson and his team have made it clear that the city will welcome “Hamilton.”

“It will be a tremendous event,” he said.

The London-based company behind “Hamilton,” which premiered in June, said it is working with the UBC on the first season.

Video streaming can be problematic for patients in Canada

A new study published in The Lancet suggests that some video streaming services, such as Netflix, can cause health problems for patients with diabetes.

Dr. Stephen Whelan, a professor of medicine and nutrition at the University of Alberta, says that while video streaming and other electronic media can be used safely, the problem of video transmission could be more severe for patients than those using the services.

“This is a study that says video streaming can lead to problems in patients with chronic disease,” he says.

Whelan and colleagues used data from a database of more than 15 million people who were diagnosed with diabetes from 2002 to 2011.

They then compared the health outcomes of people who had used the streaming service or other electronic video-on-demand service, such like Netflix, to those who had not.

“People with diabetes who were watching Netflix or other video streaming had lower levels of insulin resistance and glucose tolerance than those who were not,” Whelen says.

“The difference was even more pronounced for those who received the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.”

For people with diabetes, watching television can lead some to overdo it, with people bingeing, Wheleng says.

“I have had patients who binge drink and then the next day they start having symptoms of hyperglycemia,” he adds.

“These symptoms include nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.”

Whelen and colleagues note that while bingeing and hyperglycemic symptoms can be caused by the same thing, they can also be due to the same problem.

“If you binge watch, then you could be doing something that’s causing insulin resistance,” Whellen says, noting that if a person is already insulin resistant, the chances of developing type 2 are higher.

“What we know from this is that the longer that a person binge, the more likely they are to be insulin resistant.”

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Read more about the study here.