Leaders not exactly as shown. For the first time since 2007, the so-called Three Amigos—the Canadian Prime Minister, the President of the United States of America, and the person in charge of Mexico—are back in Canada to make long speeches, shake the hands… Continue Reading
P.E.I.—Grade 11 student Jordan Wexler recently discovered a new song he thinks will be a big hit. “Have you heard Purple Rain by Adam Levine?” asked Wexler. “It’s totes amazing!”
Beginning February 9, Walmart customers noticed a 5 cent per bag fee added to their “low, low prices” and many are not happy. “I am not happy,” Leona Jennings complained. “I depended on those free bags for packing my kids’ lunches,… Continue Reading
Jeff Melanson, known by co-workers as “Big Grabby”, resigned this week from his position as president and CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. “I wasn’t really surprised by his decision,” said symphony member and flautist Armen Staben. “He seemed to be going… Continue Reading
Photo: Vladimir Pustovit (CC BY-2.0) The acquittal of media personality and hate-fucker Jian Ghomeshi on all counts of sexual assault and choking is being celebrated nationwide today.
Lee performs at his company’s Talent Day competition in an undated photo. Photo: Elvert Barnes (CC BY-SA-2.0) A local judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit in which the plaintiff alleged that the defendant called him a “pussy” on numerous occasions.
Photo: Paolo Dala (CC BY-SA) Despite a record effort to wipe themselves out–including a Guinness Book attempt by religious group Iglesia ni Cristo to launch more than 700,000 fireworks–the Filipino New Year death and injury toll amounted to less than… Continue Reading
Photo: istolethetv (CC BY-2.0) A Caucasian man in the Gloucester subdivision of Ottawa has called police after discovering a handwritten note in his mailbox informing him that “Canada is no place for terrorists or immigrants.”
In another of our continuing series of interviews with the common man, or woman, Mooseclean’s approached a lady preparing to shop for groceries at her local Loblaws.
BRANTFORD, ON—Local parents were outraged after finding slips of paper containing harsh facts of life amongst their children’s Halloween candy.