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Milad Doroudian

Citizen based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Joined on Feb 7, 2015
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Toronto Mayor John Tory to pitch SmartTrack to federal government

Toronto - Toronto Mayor John Tory is taking a trip to Ottawa today to try and pitch his SmartTrack plan to federal leaders in hopes of gaining federal support for his transit system.

Radio Canada employees hate conservative values, says PM Harper

During a recent interview, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper told the FM93 Québec radio station that many employees at Radio-Canada "hate" conservative values.

Canada's Supreme Court to review smuggling cases

Ottawa - Canada's Supreme Court will hear the cases of lawyers who believe that the current human smuggling laws are unconstitutional and unfair.

Ottawa prepared to put a stop to CPR strike

Ottawa - The Canadian government is ready to impose back-to-work legislation, which will force over 3,300 Canadian Pacific Railway engineers to resume work in a matter of days.

Op-Ed: Fifty years on, the flag debate lingers amid forgotten values

February 15th. Fifty years ago the Red Maple Leaf was risen across the country, in what was called a momentous step in nation-building, yet a mark in the beginning of forgotten values, and worst of all, forgotten history.

Canada will continue sending financial aid to Ukraine

Ottawa - Jason Kenney, Canada's Defence Minister, has said that Canada will keep its promise and will continue to send monetary aid but also satellite images with tactical importance in order to stabilize Ukraine.

Man critically injured in Mississauga shooting

Mississauga - A man was rushed to the hospital after being critically injured in a storm of bullets in Mississauga reports police. No suspects to be found.

Halifax police reports they averted a mass shooting plot

Halifax - Halifax police say they have stopped a plot to kill a large number of people in a public area. Three suspects are in custody and one is dead.

Thousands found in donated drapes at Halifax thrift store

Halifax - A large bundle of cash was found by an employee in a Dartmouth thrift store, neatly tucked away in some drapes that had been donated.

Simon Fraser University lab engineers beating heart cells

Burnaby - A Simon Fraser University Research team has managed to engineer beating heart cells, also known as cardiomyocytes, that will be able to save people's lives.

Canada's Sun News Network is shutting down this Friday

Toronto - According to reports, Sun News Network is going off the air Friday, Feb. 13, which will leave around 200 people out of a job.

Man who slashed more than 150 car tires identified by RCMP

North Vancouver - The man who is believed to be responsible for the December 4th, 2014, tire-slashing escapade has been identified today by the RCMP using security footage.

Op-Ed: The deceitful message behind Valentine's Day

Love is something that can only be earned, yet we live in an age when sometimes love comes as easy as a second date. Something which has undoubtedly depreciated its meaning, and purpose. In other words we live in an age of tindering, not burning desire.

Cezanne exhibition to open at The Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver - More than 50 works from the great Impressionist masters will be put on display by the prestigious Perlman collection, this February 14th at the Vancouver Art Gallery — something which has not happened in more than 50 years.

RCMP reports of perilous trap found at high-school in Richmond

Richmond - A dangerous trap constructed out of nails was found yesterday at the Steveston-London Secondary school, which had the authorities and staff on alert.

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