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  • Gordie Howe
    Mr. Hockey recovering after suffering a serious stroke
    According to a report by The Detroit News, NHL legend and Detroit Red Wings forward Gordie Howe suffered a serious stroke loosing feeling on the right side of his body while visiting his daughter in Lubbock, Texas.“Basically, sometime in the...
  • Federal Protective Service
    Enhanced screening ordered at U.S. federal buildings
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced enhanced security measures at federal buildings on Tuesday, one week after a terrorist attack on a government building in Canada.The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson...
  • Paris-Brest-Quebec dessert at Panache, Auberge Saint-Antoine
    Exquisite Paris-Brest dessert is patent-pending at Auberge Saint-Antoine, Quebec
    The dainty, fanciful Paris-Brest-Quebec dessert served at Panache Restaurant in Auberge Saint-Antoine is so distinctive that it’s awaiting a possible patent at Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Pâtisserie, a pastry school in Yssingeaux, France...
  • Nazi submarines in Canadian waters
    Nazi submarines in Canadian waters
    According to Canadian author and military historian Michael Hadley, Nazi u-boats penetrated Canadian waters in the Second World War to a great extent. In and around the mouth of the St.Lawrence River, for instance, they sank several merchant ships...
  • Rob Ford, Toronto City Council member meeting
    Rob Ford reveals everything that is wrong with Canadian/U.S. politics
    Rob Ford won another election. Let that sink in. Canada's Marion Barry, on the heels of his own heap of significant personal and pharmaceutical issues, ran for and won a popular election. Lord save us all.The public right to vote for and...
  • Op-Ed: Will Canadians sacrifice liberty in the name of security?
    Op-Ed: Will Canadians sacrifice liberty in the name of security?
    Soon after the deadly terrorist attacks earlier this week, most people were terrified (once again) of the possible threat of more terrorist attempts in Canada. However, what people should be more concerned is the risk of sacrificing our liberty...
  • Here’s a Hot New Invention: Suncayr Marker Stops Sunburns
    Here’s a Hot New Invention: Suncayr Marker Stops Sunburns
    By Paul FitzgeraldA team of students from the University of Waterloo have unveiled a hot new invention.Nanotechnology students Rachel Pautler, Hayden Sobeleski and Chad Sweeting are the inventors of Suncayr.Suncayr is a marker that you apply to...
  • Child killed.
    Terrorist kills baby girl, Obama Admin urges Israel 'avoid escalating tensions'
    While one senior member of the Obama Administration publicly stated the U.S. government will assist one long time ally our "full support" in the face of an Islamic Jihadist terror attack aimed at one of their citizens, a different senior...
  • Charlie Rangel
    Charlie Rangel to MSNBC: ISIS no threat to U.S.
    Despite recent attacks in Canada and the United States, Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., doesn't believe ISIS poses any threat to the United States. In a video posted Thursday at Grabien, Rangel also expressed disagreement with President Obama'...
  • Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper
    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper calls Ottawa shooting 'terrorism'
    When Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper addressed his country on Wednesday in the wake of a shooting that left a guard at the War Memorial in Ottawa dead and the capital in lock down, he did not mince words. He called the shooting &ldquo...
  • ISIS crisis: the West keeps missing warning signs
    ISIS crisis: the West keeps missing warning signs
    On October 22, 2014, the reign of terror continued in Canada. A soldier was gunned down, while guarding a war memorial. That violent act was followed by the shootout in the halls of the Canadian Parliament. The attacker was identified as Michael...
  • The Dalai Lama speaking
    Dalai Lama speaks about educating the heart in Canada
    His Holiness the Dalai was recently received warmly for a talk in Vancouver, Canada. The Central Tibetan Administration reported on Oct. 22, 2014 the Dalai Lama gave a public talk on educating the heart in Vancouver. After flying into Vancouver...
  • terrorist
    Specifics on Canadian hero and his terrorist killer slowly coming to light
    UPDATE: Previous questions if the Canadian terrorist shooter had any links to Islam have since been answered. Canadian radio station CJAD is reporting that Micheal Zehaf-Bibeau was in fact, a recent convert to Islam, dropping his birth name of ...
  • Hotel La Ferme strikes farm chic at Le Massif ski resort in Charlevoix, Quebec
    Hotel La Ferme strikes farm chic at Le Massif ski resort in Charlevoix, Quebec
    Without being cute, Hotel La Ferme evokes the farming past of its rural setting in Baie-Saint-Paul, Charlevoix. The rural-cool resort is near Le Massif mountain and ski resort and the St. Lawrence River.From pillars to bathroom signs, the hotel...
  • America in auto security response mode
    America in auto security response mode
    Terrorist chatter about attacking targets in Canada has been around for years. The rate has kicked up lately.So far, Canadian investigators don’t see a relationship between the shooting today and terrorism. Wolf Blitzer just said, “It...