Kinder Morgan protesters not happy after waking up to graffiti on their camp site

A Kinder Morgan protest group woke up Saturday morning to find graffiti on their front steps. The group known as Camp Cloud, continues to protest directly against traffic entering work areas for... Read more »

Machine Learning from process of creation to application

Machine Learning, we hear about it all the time but what is it? Machine Learning or (ML) by definition is a type of Artificial Intelligence used to automatically enable the ability of... Read more »

Ottawa claims price on carbon could cut 90 million tonnes of emissions by 2022

OTTAWA — A new Environment and Climate Change Canada analysis says the federal government’s carbon-pricing plan could eliminate up to 90 million tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2022, but whether that actually... Read more »

PM sells Trans Mountain pipeline as Amazon announces expansion in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promoted the expansion of retail giant Amazon’s technology hub in Vancouver on Monday as he used the region’s record-high gas prices to continue selling the expansion... Read more »

New ICO paradigm? 8th Continent built China Next-generation Digital Economy

The largest Initial Coin Offering, ICO for short, will probably be the one Beijing Government is to launch in the coming months, according to local official newspapers, nevertheless it will not be... Read more »

Alberta man identifies as woman and saves $1094 on car insurance

What would you do to save money on car insurance in Canada? Turns out you only need to identify as a different gender. A man only known as “Anotherlink421” on the popular... Read more »

University of Utah now has Cry Closet that students can use as safe space to cry

A student project that’s different. The University of Utah has a closet where students can enter and cry, one at a time. “Just let it all out,” university spokeswoman Jana Cunningham told... Read more »

Tima Kurdi wants Canada to take more refugees, hopes new book spotlights crisis

Canada should take in more refugees, says Tima Kurdi, the aunt of three-year-old Syrian refugee Alan Kurdi who died with his brother and mother while fleeing to Greece in 2015. The photo... Read more »

Terrorism is dirty word for RCMP and Trudeau

In the wake of Toronto’s deadly van attack, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is towing the “company line.” It seems the RCMP doesn’t want to call this event a terrorist attack. Global... Read more »

Karl Toft, convicted serial pedophile, dies in Edmonton from lung cancer

EDMONTON — A pedophile who spent over a decade in prison for sexually assaulting boys while he was employed as a guard at the Kingsclear reform school in New Brunswick has died.... Read more »