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  • 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...
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    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...
  • Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Parliament Hill for Canada Day Celebrations on July 1, 2011 in Ottawa, Canada
    Shooting near Canadian Parliament reveals a continent divided
    Reports are breaking about multiple incidents of shots fired at a Canadian War Memorial, near the Parliament building in Ottawa, Ontario. Speculation online and on CNN is, of course, rampant. There are anywhere between one and a hundred separate...
  • Canadian soldier shot
    Under alert: Attack on Canadian capital
    Before leaping to conclusions, here are the official facts from U.S. Homeland Security News and Information from the National Terrorism Response Center. First is the report that “there are no current threats”. That is followed by this...
  • Canadian terrorist shooter wearing 'Arabic scarf'
    Canadian terrorist shooter wearing 'Arabic scarf'
    UPDATE: The Canadian soldier initially reported as wounded has since died at the hands of the still unidentified terrorist. The soldier's name will not be released until the notification of his next of kin.Within 48 hours, at least two...
  • Canada hit-and-run attack: Violent crime leaves soldier dead
    Canada hit-and-run attack: 1 soldier killed, 1 injured by radical Muslim convert
    A hit-and-run attack in Canada has left 1 military soldier killed and another soldier injured. The suspect has been identified as Martin Rouleau, a 25-year-old radical Muslim convert who is said to have connections with terrorist beliefs. News Max...
  • Butter Tarts
    Classic butter tart recipe: A Canadian treat you will love
    Wildly popular in Canada, this traditional dessert, called a butter tart, is slowing but surely making its presence known down here in the good ‘ole US of A. Picture a mini pecan pie without the pecans. Now imagine adding raisins and or...
  • Quebec's scenic train captures full fall flavors and colors
    Quebec's scenic train rolls through best of fall along the St. Lawrence River
    Like crunching through a juicy McIntosh apple, Quebec’s scenic train of Le Massif de Charlevoix slices through fall’s fullest flavors and colors.The excursion train runs a 140-kilometer/87-mile course between Quebec City and La Malbaie...
  • Photo: Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals / Toronto Pig Save
    Montreal SPCA asks public to take a stand against cruelty in animal transport
    Montreal, October 14, 2014 – On Saturday, CTV’s news program W5 aired “These Little Pigs”, a report which revealed shocking images from a hidden-camera investigation inside Canada’s animal transport industry. The...
  • To beaver or not to beaver
    To beaver or not to beaver
    While a great deal of attention has been given to controversial plans for controlling the exploding population of deer on Long Island (including hiring governmental sharp-shooters to kill them and hiring a Connecticut firm to catch and sterilize...
  • Op-Ed: Canada should mind its own business in Iraq
    Op-Ed: Canada should mind its own business in Iraq
    Canada is flexing its military might against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) by sending a coalition of contributing CF-18s and air support for the next six months. Why get involved in a situation that doesn’t threaten the...
  • Canadian government follows U.S. on denying the seriousness of radical Islam
    Canadian government follows U.S. on denying the seriousness of radical Islam
    In a report released on Tuesday, David B. Harris of the Investigative Project on Terrorism (ITP) stated that while the Obama Administration has refused to identify the leading terrorist enemy by name and the combatant doctrine, the Canadian...
  • Canadian railroad story
    Canadian railroad story
    It was noon on a Sunday, July 4th, 1886, when the Canadian Pacific’s first-ever, scheduled, transcontinental passenger train reached the Pacific coast. The train, called the Pacific Express, had left Montreal five and a half days earlier.Now...