In perusing the accolades for victims of airline tragedy, its easy to wonder why it inordinately claims only the best and brightest of our society: scholars, pacifists, humanitarians, mediators, scientists, animal lovers, volunteers, mentors, and cruciverbalists. It’s with a sense… Continue Reading
IAN WAS HERE: Clean streets make for happy citizens. LOCAL—Ian Cooper was recently honoured as Employee of the Month by his managers at the city’s municipal road management division, but the future didn’t always look so bright. Cooper, 32, was… 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.
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.
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.
OAKVILLE—A police officer is recovering in hospital after a 75-year-old woman he tasered “became super strong” and “laid a beat down on him”.
From the Mooseclean’s ‘Feelgood Files’, a story of triumph after adversity.
LOCAL—”I’ll admit it,” revealed Dr. Hamish Masdit. “I was one step away from being one of those cruise ship doctors, living free in international waters but hiding below deckplates during shoreleave.”