“I really don’t think they’ve thought it through,” Danielle Boulware said, referring to the Quebec National Assembly’s passage of Bill 62. The Ottawa paralegal has been looking carefully into the implications of the law, which will require anyone using public services to uncover their… 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
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.
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
Documents filed in Supreme Court today, reveal that the Coca-Cola Corporation is being sued in civil division for an unprecedented one hundred million dollars.
The Statement of Claim reveals that Raspberry Beautiful Heavenly Smith thinks she is being discriminated against in the latest Coke promotion.
The signs are everywhere: you have to be 9 meters from all building entrances and vents to light up. So why does it feel like smokers are still camped out by the front doors, especially in cold weather? Poor judgement? Low intelligence? Laziness? Plain indifference? Studies suggest all these could be factors in this troubling phenomenon.
When everything is on the line, leadership matters. The Gall Legge Grant & Munroe LLP legal team learned that valuable lesson as they defeated TSN 1-0 in a tightly fought match…
After losing her wallet, Alisha Kaplan—as she was formerly known—is no longer a citizen of Canada.
LOCAL—Carmen Ferris’ Golden Retriever Sally is, by all accounts, the biggest sweetums you’ll ever meet. At age 12-and-a-half she’s the perfect pet, complete in every way – except that she only has three legs.
“It’s a recent change. Still difficult to talk about,” Ferris revealed. “Everyone’s been really understanding about it. Well…nearly everyone.”
Their trouble began when she took Sally for a nail trim at the local pet shop….
Federal Minister of Justice and Attorney General Peter MacKay, angered that New Brunswick is dropping current prosecutions of prostitutes and Johns, is taking matters into his own hands.
“I will be personally cleaning the Johns out of Saint John and apprehending any strumpets I see roaming the streets by citizen’s arrest,” the Minister said Wednesday.