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
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
Photo credit: Kakela, Flickr. Earlier today Hurricane Miranda announced that it will be transitioning, and now wants to be called Matthew.
A Hamilton man is claiming the extremely harsh winter is a result of his prayers for God to help him with small talk.
Record-breaking cold temperatures, chart-topping snowfall and storms galore made the shortest calendar month seem like the longest. Mooseclean’s put a woman on the street to ask hearty Torontonians what they will NOT miss about last month. So fuck you, February. Here’s hoping March brings a kinder, gentler version of winter.
HALIFAX—Maritimers emerged unscathed and full of potato chips after a tempest blew through Eastern Canada last week.
OTTAWA—Despite 15 millimetres of freezing rain coating the 18 centimetres of snow that fell recently, observers report that Ottawa bikes are continuing to traverse the National Capital Region.
CANADA—Today is the first official day of spring. So whether you’re sitting on a sunny patio or digging out of three feet of snow, it’s time to welcome the change of season. Here are the Top 10 signs that spring has sprung…
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA—They’re dropping like flies at the Australian Open. With temperatures topping 40 degrees Celsius, fans and players alike are succumbing to Mother Nature.
“I’m from Canada, and I don’t understand what’s happening,” said a confused Milos Raonic. “Back home right now, it’s below zero and we’re recovering from an ice storm. Here, I’m seeing kangaroos dancing on centre court. Did you see that?!”
LOCAL—It was shortly before 11 a.m. on Sunday when the worst thing he imagined became reality.
“We were there to visit Grandpa, my dog and me, when I saw the funnel cloud touch down in the distance,” said Delbert McCorriston, “I looked for a place to run… and ran.”