With the snow all gone, there’s nothing left but the whites of their faces. (Image Credit: Donald Judge, flickr). In the age of global warming, the concept of a White Christmas is radically shifting, claims Angelina Drury, Assistant Professor at… Continue Reading
CANADA—It’s late autumn in Canada and something sinister is afoot. Temperatures are dropping and soon a new season will be upon us. “I can’t believe this is happening again!” lamented Winnipeg resident Christie Olsen. “I finally put my boots away… Continue Reading
OTTAWA—A bitter turf war between two rival upstarts and the industry powerhouses has seemingly resulted in another java joint burned to the ground.
After a couple or weeks in Rio, the Canadian Olympic Team enjoyed great success. The team finished tenth in the medal standings, including four Gold. We had some great contributors with great futures ahead: see Penny Oleksiak and Andre De… Continue Reading
Photo: Alex Guibord, flickr (CC BY 2.0) Despite a recent warning from Canada’s toke-friendly prime minister that marijuana will continue to be illegal in this country until a strong regulatory framework is created, pot users and dealers nationwide are declining… Continue Reading
Photo: Alex Guibord, flickr (CC BY 2.0) “This is a great day of Canada as we begin a new era of positivity,” beamed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he granted Osama Bin Laden Canadian citizenship.
Image: DonkeyHotey (CC BY 2.0) Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that the Canadian military prescence in Iraq and Syria will retreat from the Islamic State effective Feb. 22, 2016. Canada’s CF-18s will cease their highly effective bombing… Continue Reading
Image: CBC First, it was a man driving through a Tim Horton’s early in the morning to get his daily coffee in Beaumont, Alberta when he was stopped and ticketed by police for texting while driving. Now, Eric Sanders of… Continue Reading
Photo: Statistics Canada OTTAWA—The new Liberal government announced the reinstatement of the long-form census shortly after taking office. Nixed in 2010, the 61-question form is seen as invasive by opponents. However, proponents say it will provide much-needed information on Canadians,… Continue Reading
Photo: Heather (flickr). A senior employee at Shared Services Canada has revealed that of all public servants who have their email hosted by SSC, only a fraction bothered to open the farewell message from outgoing Prime Minister Stephen Harper.