As one Facebook user wrote to Bespoke Post: Looks like you dudes are going to have to change your MO. Show first, email later. Good luck.
This is the typical weekly dump of fliers that every household with a mailbox in Ottawa receives without asking for it. Go ahead and count. That’s 41 paper fliers that will go directly from the mailbox into the recycle box without ever being read. So go ahead Canada Post, encourage us to remove the mailboxes…
The ruling has not opened the doors to a complete free-for-all in the country though, as the Canadian Supreme Court has given the government a one year reprieve to draft new legislation that falls in line with the decision.
After being gang raped, bullied for nearly two years after and then taking her own life, photos of the now dead teen were used in dating ads on Facebook.
The new drug has been chemically modified to be 40 times stronger than heroin and 80 times stronger than morphine.
So you think it’s fun to post videos of you beating up a homeless man Mr. Marvin Lapointe? Think again.
We were so caught up in capturing suspected Al Qaeda operatives planning to bomb an Amtrak train that we dropped the ball and exposed your viewers to another language other than English.
Given the severity of the video, and the injuries inflicted, it was the opinion of the SPCA that kitten likely did not survive.
An eye opening accounting of the real cost of education in Quebec.
According to a post made by group administrator Gini Green on the Operation Sled Dogs Facebook page an eight week old puppy died during transport.
At least three articles informing Canadians about the proposed “Bill C-51” more formally called the “Lawful Access” law have suddenly been taken down from Canadian news sites. The proposed bill will allow the Canadian government to require internet service providers to monitor and log the online and cellular activities of their customers and will give…