Mandatory evacuation alert for some Pincher Creek area residents

Forest and grass fires are getting more and more violent in southern Alberta with dry weather and high winds causing a state of emergency. Parks Canada issued the following evacuation orders, updated... Read more »

Justin Trudeau should try farming day and night, says Twitter users on tax changes

Justin Trudeau’s new tax changes are to close loopholes for those not paying their fair share in taxes, causing many farmers to spend more out of their pocket to pay more taxes.... Read more »

Failed asylum seekers could stay in Canada thanks to hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma passed by Haiti and Cuba in the last 48 hours slamming the Islands with heave winds and rain making the small islands unsafe for rejected asylum seekers to return to.... Read more »

Editorial: Lets Talk About Doping In Pro Sports

This week, Florida Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton became the sixth player in major baseball history to reach the 50-home run mark before the end of August. Stanton became a member of a select... Read more »

Thomas Vanek Finds Work In Vancouver

Austrian Thomas Vanek signed a one-year contract with the Vancouver Canucks, the west coast team announced on Friday. Vanek, 33, will earn 2 million US dollars. Last year, the sniper earned 48... Read more »

Dangerous American Criminal Found On Bicycle Path in Montreal

A man who was on a list of Americas Most Wanted, was arrested last week by bicycle patrollers during a simple check on a Montreal bicycle path. Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, was wanted... Read more »

Opioid Crisis: Ontario Urged To Declare State Of Emergency

More than 700 doctors, nurses, street workers and academics are urging the Ontario government to declare a state of emergency in the face of the epidemic of opioid-related deaths and overdoses. In... Read more »

British Columbia Parent Wants “Genderless” Baby To Pick Their Own Gender

Kori Doty does not like conventions. Considered neither man nor woman, this non-binary trans does not have the intention either that their child is subject to it. Thus, since the birth of Searyl Atli last... Read more »

Strong Second Quarter For Desjardins Group

On Friday Desjardins Group posted surplus earnings before patronage rebates of $581 million for its second quarter, up 36% from the same period last year. The cooperative attributed this improvement in part... Read more »

Our kitchen sponges are home to millions of bacteria

Researchers have been screening samples of kitchen sponges, which are proving to be both incubators and dissemination vectors ideal for these microorganisms. A German team examined sponges used in the kitchen to do the... Read more »