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  • Apple Pay
    Apple Pay could reach Canada as early as November
    Apple Pay is already making its way out of the country. Its first outside conquest is said to be Canada, sources close to the matter told The Wall Street Journal on March 17.The country would be a great get for Apple Inc., since Apple holds one...
  • BC Wild: Black Rock Oceanfront Resort & Spa
    BC Wild: Black Rock Oceanfront Resort & Spa
    The luxurious outpost of on Canada’s wild Pacific coast perches on a dramatic headland overlooking Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast, in the sleepy yet picturesque village of Ucluelet. Black Rock Oceanfront Resort blends modern...
  • Doctor sick note waste of time
    Doctor's sick note a 'waste of time': Pizza Hut blasted over sick note policy
    A doctor’s “sick note” brilliantly blasted Pizza Hut for wasting his time. A Canadian Pizza Hut franchise allegedly forced one of its employees to see his primary physician and obtain a sick note because the employee – sick...
  • Ancient Canadian lobster pre-dated dinosaurs by more than 250 million years
    Ancient Canadian lobster pre-dated dinosaurs by more than 250 million years
    Lobsters have apparently been on the “menu” for at least 508 million years according to researchers from the University of Toronto, the Royal Ontario Museum and Pomona College in California, who recently discovered an ancient arthropod...
  • Future Shop closing their stores and turning some into Best Buy
    Future Shop closing: 'Showrooming' helps render Future Shop a thing of the past
    The Future Shop is closing stores across Canada resulting in a loss of 1,500 jobs. This Future Shop announcement doesn’t give employees or shoppers much notice as the closings are “effective immediately, according to the Canada Journal...
  • Odin Camus had the best birthday ever when his birthday went viral with thousands of wishes on social media
    Odin 13-year-old bullied boy's birthday goes viral after no one RSVPs to party
    In a world full of news of tragedies, it feels good to hear a story like Odin's, where the world rallied around a bullied Canadian 13-year-old boy on his birthday Friday, March 20, 2015, when 15 of his peers refused to respond about coming to...
  • 5 Reasons why you should visit Quebec City
    5 Reasons why you should visit Quebec City
    Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec, Canada. Within a 2 hour train or bus ride from Montreal, a visit to Old Quebec makes an excellent day trip (or weekend getaway). It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site that cannot be...
  • Explaining those dazzling "northern lights"
    Explaining those dazzling "northern lights"
    Look, up there. High, high in the night time sky.Is it a bird.Is it a plane.Is it a super strobe?No! It's an aurora.Let's go to www.northernlightscentre.ca for a full description: WHAT ARE NORTHERN LIGHTS?The bright dancing lights of the...
  • You say Spring; We say No
    You say Spring; We say No
    You say Spring. We say blah.You say golf. We say nah.You say green. We say pshaw.Ain't no spring springing up here in these parts of the great Canadian mid west.In fact, ain't hardly no spring at all no place else in Canada.Except maybe on...
  • Vajdaan Tanveer
    Students booted from school sponsored anti-racism event for being white
    Novelist George Orwell once penned "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others." That very well could be the case of double standards reaching Orwellian heights on a Canadian university campus. As reported by...
  • "No Homhe Heart" 2015
    DAYSTAR 'No home but the heart: An assembly of memories' on March 29
    The "University of Rochester" (New York) program of dance & movement along with "Daystar: Contemporary Dance Drama of Indian America" presents, "No home but the heart: An assembly of memories" It will be held on...
  • Widow leaves $1.7 million to animal rescue society
    Widow leaves $1.7 million to animal rescue society
    It was well-known that Annette and Purdy “Mannie” Lewis loved all animals, especially their own treasured cat Maggie May, whom they doted on liked a child. Yet, no one could have guessed that the hard-working and “modest”...
  • SATW Traveling Teddy explore Quebec by train, car and whale-watching boat
    SATW Traveling Teddy explores Quebec by train, car and whale-watching boat
    Adventure Bear, the SATW Traveling Teddy, explored a wonderful patch of Quebec, starting off with a breakfast train chugging out of Quebec City.The Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix runs a 140-kilometer/87-mile course between Quebec City and La...
  • Juno Gala Dinner and Awards 2015
    Juno gala dinner and awards see 35 awards handed out on Saturday night
    For the nominees of the Juno Awards, Saturday night— March 14, this year— is a bit like going to the prom. It's the night of the annual gala dinner and awards, where 35 out of a total of 41 awards are handed out. As the performers,...
  • Today is a day for the birds
    Today is a day for the birds
    On March 16th, 1916, while Canada was involved in the war in Europe and the U.S. was hemming and hawing, a Migratory Bird Treaty was signed in Washington, D.C., between Canada and the USA.This treaty was mainly due to the work of a man called Wild...
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