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  • Canada's famous Lost Patrol
    Canada's famous Lost Patrol
    It was on December 21st, just a few days before Christmas, in 1910, when Canada’s North West Mounted Police sent a four person team on a special mission: take dog sleds on an 800 kilometre ( 500 mile ) trip from Fort McPherson in the North...
  • Thousands of seals are slaughterd every year for the fur industry
    Canadian seal hunt: Facts you may not know and what you can do to help stop it
    Every year from mid-March to May, Canada holds the largest marine mammal slaughter in North America known as the seal hunt. This annual event is not for conservation purposes due to an exploding over population of harp seals or to provide...
  • Delta Hotels in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Delta Hotels in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Founded in 1962, Delta Hotels are a Canadian-based chain of four-star accommodations. Delta has full-service hotels in each of Canada's 10 provinces, including the country's largest city of Toronto, Ontario. Each of Toronto's four...
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    Animal Justice Canada launches largest ever animal protection billboard campaign
    Toronto - According to a media release, the national law organization Animal Justice Canada has launched the largest-ever series of Canadian animal protection billboards, with 68 billboards in Toronto and Vancouver measuring 10 by 20 feet each. It...
  • Ring the Bell: Let’s talk about mental health
    Ring the Bell: Let’s talk about mental health
    Wednesday (27) is Bell Let's Talk Day, an effort by Canada's Bell Media communications mogul since 2010 toencourage understanding and support for Canada’s mental health sector bycreating a public discussion forum. 1 in 5 Canadians...
  • PUP release new song “DVP”
    PUP release new song “DVP”
    Canadian punk outfit PUP have been all over the world since the release of their self-titled debut album. Performances with acts such as The Hives, Modern Baseball, and The Menzingers helped gain the outfit a growing audience. Last year, the band...
  • J Trudeau on TPP
    Signing TPP deal does not mean ratification: Liberals
    Canada intends on signing the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal next week when they attend a meeting of trade ministers in Auckland, New Zealand. However, International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland is making it clear that even...
  • Niagara Falls to be shut off? If New York Officials have their way it will
    Niagara Falls to drip-dry for second time? '69 drain had surprises, some grisly
    New York officials may change the roar of Niagara Falls into a trickle to do some much needed repair to the concrete structures holding up a couple of bridges used by millions of visitors to the falls each year. The falls have been shut off only...
  • Whistler Mountain's annual LGBT Pride and Ski Festival
    Whistler Mountain’s annual LGBT Pride and Ski Festival is about to happen
    On Jan. 23 of this year theWhistler Pride and Ski Festival--eight days and nights of activities and events dedicated to LBGT skiers—kicks off. The celebration, which began 24 years ago, is now one of North America’s most celebrated gay...
  • Players now score lobster lunch on Thursdays at Melia Las Americas
    Players now score lobster lunch on Thursdays at Melia Las Americas
    Playing golf at the Varadero Golf Club in Cuba while on vacation at the five-star adults-only Melia Las Americas resort just got a lot tastier.The resort has launched its weekly A Day on the Green event, which will be hosted each Thursday morning...
  • Cat cafe in Vancouver temporarily closes because it runs out of cats
    Vancouver cat café adopted out so many cats that they had to close
    As the cat café concept continues to spread, we find ourselves in Vancouver, B.C., in Canada, where a cat café got so popular it ran out of cats. The café had only opened in December, according to CBC, and allowed customers to have a cup of coffee...
  • Canada and Girl Guides and Cookies
    Canada and Girl Guides and Cookies
    We all know how the Scout movement began, with Robert Baden-Powell of England and his inventive program to help keep young boys, in the Victorian era, healthy, active and occupied.The idea spread around the world, and Boy Scout troops sprang up...
  • Kevin O’Leary 1M offer
    If Rachel Notley steps down, Kevin O’Leary will invest $1M in energy industry
    Canadian business mogul Kevin O'Leary is offering to invest $1 million in Alberta’s energy industry. However, there is one caveat –Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has to step down.O'Leary, who was a regular on CBC'sDragons&...
  • Miura Golf debuts Y Grind option for irons and a putter for lefties in Canada
    Miura Golf debuts Y Grind choice in irons and putter for lefties in Canada
    Miura Golf reports in a release that the company is producing a new Y Grind option in its left-handed models and has also placed a left-handed putter model in its lineup for the first time to meet demand in Canada."With our operations based...
  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may need international permission to legalize pot
    The legalization of marijuana has been a hot topic in many places, and we aren’t just talking about the United States. Canada’s new Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has made it very clear that he plans to do just that during his term in...
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