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
Cheap beer and wine sorbet keep this La Tuque resident sedated while she waits for her turn for the needle. (Photo: Morgan, CC BY 2.0) Montreal—A Quebec court upheld Canada’s first physician-assisted suicide law last week, and with it, the… 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
While some turn up their nose at the thought of more public toilets in the city’s LRT stations, Mayor Jim Watson smells opportunity. “Not everyone is thrilled at the sight of exposed penises,” J-Wat remarked, “but that’s what we can expect… 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.”
While Bluetooth headsets and in-ear headphones with mobile phone microphones are not new technology, some still yearn for the simpler times.
LOCAL–After repeated honking, obscene gestures, and yelling out his window failed to get your attention, a local man is speaking out to the press in a final, desperate attempt to get his message across.
TORONTO—After nearly 75 years in business, the Oak Leaf Steam Baths have closed down. Local perverts are not happy.
After resolutely refusing to yield to public outrage over the construction of the controversial Victims of Communism Memorial on land Parliament had approved for a new Federal Court building, the government appears to be ready to offer a conciliatory gesture.