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Video: Iceberg collapses in Bay of Exploits, Newfoundland, Canada

Wanda Stead and her husband were enjoying a day out in the Bay of Exploits Tuesday when she unexpectedly caught on video the collapse of an iceberg. While at first fascinating, they pretty soon had to move, and move fast, to escape the icy tidal wave.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Canadians bring 1,000 litres of water to Detroit residents

Detroit - Supporters from nearby areas of Canada came into the United States to bring fresh water to residents of Detroit. Many of those living there have no water now due to unpaid bills which led to mass shutoffs from their companies.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 6 comments

Op-Ed: Inflation and quality of life in North America

Financial commentators have written about the 2.4% rise in inflation that Canada recently saw. Media writers are correct worry and there is plenty of evidence for that assertion.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Is Canada delaying the release of cancer medication?

Toronto - The organization that reviews oncology medicines in Canada is unnecessarily delaying approvals according to a new study released by the Fraser Institute.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

FIFA World Cup actually boosted productivity at work

The whole world’s attention was on the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The television ratings scored huge points during the games as a significant portion of world population turned their television on for the games.
In the Media by Milton Este

FIFA's U-20 Women's World Cup is ready to take over Canada Special

The World Cup may have reached its conclusion Sunday afternoon, but the soccer craze surfacing throughout the country will remain for the rest of the summer, as Canada is set to host the seventh edition of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
Digital Journal Report by Tyrrell Meertins

Canadian teacher arrested in Indonesian child sex scandal

Jakarta - A Canadian teacher has been arrested in Indonesia for alleged child sex abuse, police said Tuesday, in a scandal that has rocked one of the country's most prestigious international schools.
In the Media by AFP

High temperatures in B.C. and Alberta stoke additional wildfires

Another week of no rain and above average temperatures is being forecast for British Columbia and Alberta this week as wildfires continue to ravage the woodlands. The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Center reports about 60 wildfires being fought today.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Rob Ford: Toronto's first black mayor

Toronto - An opinion piece in defense of Toronto's most divisive and infamous mayor Rob Ford, and the city's brutal treatment towards him.
In the Media by Sylvannia Soulet - 2 comments

Father records wife giving birth outside hospital using GoPro

Houston - One new dad got out his GoPro to record his wife's move into the hospital but instead caught her giving birth outside. For readers watching at work the video is censored but may be a bit loud and jarring for obvious reasons.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Reorienting Canadian drug policy

Winnipeg - The Frontier Center for Public Policy has published report called ‘A Blueprint for Reorienting Canadian Drug Policy’. The report argues that the ‘war on drugs’ is not working and calls for a new strategy.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Healthy forests make for better fishing

Sudbury - New research points to important linkages between healthy forests in boreal ecosystems and the viability of fish stocks in those freshwater lakes. The study was carried out at Daisy Lake, in Sudbury, Ontario.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Customers order with sign language in Canada's only 'deaf' diner

Toronto - At this Toronto restaurant, most of the servers have limited or no hearing and only take their orders in American Sign Language.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Tar-sands may be an unwanted part of many Canadian diets

Many Canadians, and even possibly some Americans, may be ingesting tar-sands from water and the meat of animals who had already been poisoned by it.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Sometimes fatal side-effects to be revealed after Tor. Star probe

After an ongoing Toronto Star investigation exposed the fact that Health Canada was scrubbing crucial information from public view, the federal regulator will make public information it has kept secret regarding serious, sometimes fatal side-effects.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Backpacker arrested for remaining in U.S half hour too long

A South American backpacker visiting the United States was locked in federal detention after reportedly over-extending his stay by 30 minutes. Diego Simonassi said he roamed freely with just a backpack in the United States for six months.

Op-Ed: Happy 147th Birthday, Canada!

Victoria - CANADA DAY marks the Union of the British North American Colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada into a Federation of four provinces including Ontario and Quebec on July 1, 1867.
In the Media by Chikako Uchinami - 3 comments

Toronto mayor back at work after rehab, wants 'another chance'

Toronto - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted he had been in "complete denial" about his drug and alcohol abuse, but asked voters for another chance as he returned to work following a stint in rehab.
In the Media by AFP

The War on Drugs in the U.S. and neighboring countries

The "War on Drugs" is not just a personal story for people in the United States. It is also altered and contributed to by those in neighboring countries. We are going to explore why and how that happens right now.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Notorious Toronto mayor set to return

Toronto - Crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is to return to work Monday more popular than ever after a stint in rehab for his internationally publicized alcohol and drug abuse.
In the Media by AFP

Canada town ravaged by oil train fire still in turmoil

Lac-m - One year after an oil-laden train derailed, exploded and killed 47 people in a town in Canada's Quebec province, trains are rolling again but locals are hardly thrilled.
In the Media by Clement Sabourin (AFP)

Video: Supreme Court finds Wal-Mart at fault for closing store

Shortly after being unable to come to an agreement with local unions Walmart closed a Quebec area store. Now they will have to pay damages to almost 200 workers after a Canadian Supreme Court ruling.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Canada's aboriginals win historic victory for rights

Montreal - Canada's Supreme Court recognized native groups' rights over a large swathe of land for the first time Thursday in western British Columbia province.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

'Of Human Bondage', 'London Road' top the Dora Awards in Toronto Special

Toronto - It was an evening full of bondage and murder at the Dora Mavor Moore Awards last night — with local productions “Of Human Bondage,” “Venus in Fur” and “London Road” among the big winners at the annual awards ceremony for theatre in Toronto.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Cottrill

Review: ‘Twelve Angry Men’ remains powerful in flawed Toronto production Special

Toronto - A stinging, gripping defence of presumption of innocence, “Twelve Angry Men” hasn’t lost any of its guts after nearly 60 years. It’s a credit to Reginald Rose’s sharp writing that the play overcomes the flaws of Soulpepper’s production.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Cottrill - 1 comment

Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project controversy rages on Special

Calgary - The long awaited Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline project was approved on June 17th by Prime Minister Stephen Harper amid controversy and objection by First Nations groups, environmentalists, concerned Canadians and the political opposition parties.
Digital Journal Report by Grace C. Visconti - 2 comments

Teenagers hack Bank of Montreal ATM

Winnipeg - Two 14-year-old boys hacked a BMO ATM in a Safeway. They then went over to a nearby bank branch to tell them that their nearby location was insecure.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 1 comment

It’s good for your soul: Trouble & Daughter release new album Special

Toronto - Ready for good new music, Canada? Toronto ensemble Trouble & Daughter released their latest EP, featuring five tracks showcasing the folk side of indie music in Southern Ontario.
Digital Journal Report by Nora Meszaros

Report: Rob Ford meets woman for 'intoxicated' night meeting

Toronto - A report by the Canadian Press alleges that Rob Ford, mayor of Toronto, appeared 'intoxicated' when he met an unidentified woman at his office over Easter weekend.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Alleged cop killer surrenders in Canada

Moncton - A gunman suspected of killing three Canadian police officers and wounding two others in a brazen attack surrendered Friday after a manhunt that put a province under lockdown.
In the Media by Clement Sabourin (AFP)
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Toronto Ontario, Canada - June 5, 2012. Located in a former Canadian Pacific Rail steam locomotive roundhouse, Steam Whistle brewery produces an average of 120,000 bottles of their Pilsner beer every day. During June and July their production will double to keep pace with demand. The company is in production 363 days of the year, only closed on Christmas and New Years day. The company produces one beer only - Pilsner - which was selected to fill a gap in the craft beer market that was identified
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Staring into the future of global stardom  Amaal Nuux is the musical ambassador for hope and change.
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Staring into the future of global stardom, Amaal Nuux is the musical ambassador for hope and change.
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The drummer and percussionist from The Snowy Owl Drummers performing at Lantern Festival  Vancouver.
The drummer and percussionist from The Snowy Owl Drummers performing at Lantern Festival, Vancouver.
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Omnibus March Against Stephen Harper in Edmonton on March 1  2014.
Omnibus March Against Stephen Harper in Edmonton on March 1, 2014.
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Buddha s face  the International Buddhist Temple  Richmond  BC.
Buddha's face, the International Buddhist Temple, Richmond, BC.
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Ocean water shaped rocks at Point Atkinson Lighthouse Park  West Vancouver  BC.
Ocean water shaped rocks at Point Atkinson Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver, BC.
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Ice of Minnekhada Regional Park  Port Coquitlam  BC  Canada.
Ice of Minnekhada Regional Park, Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada.
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Wax figures of famous people populate Louis Tussaud s Waxworks in Niagara Falls  Ontario.
Wax figures of famous people populate Louis Tussaud's Waxworks in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
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Easter weekend activity at Stave Lake  Maple Ridge  BC  Canada.
Easter weekend activity at Stave Lake, Maple Ridge, BC, Canada.
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Yoga workshop  Surrey  BC  Canada.
Yoga workshop, Surrey, BC, Canada.
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Halloween City store display at Robson Street  Vancouver  Canada.
Halloween City store display at Robson Street, Vancouver, Canada.
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St. Patrick s Day parade in downtown Vancouver.
St. Patrick's Day parade in downtown Vancouver.
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Helicopter rides over Stave Lake  BC  Canada.
Helicopter rides over Stave Lake, BC, Canada.
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Natural colours of the Matier Glacier ice field  Joffre Lake  near Pemberton  BC  Canada.
Natural colours of the Matier Glacier ice field, Joffre Lake, near Pemberton, BC, Canada.
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Omnibus March Against Stephen Harper in Edmonton on March 1  2014.
Omnibus March Against Stephen Harper in Edmonton on March 1, 2014.
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Canada's Olympic athletes were given a celebration one month after the 2012 Summer Olympics in London came to an end. Thousands of enthusiastic supporters waved flags, carried placards and showed their Canadian pride.
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