Canadians to pay entry fee entering the United States
If you're heading south of the border anytime soon, Canadians are about to face a surcharge of $5.50 if travelling there by air or boat. In a move implemented by the Obama administration, the cash-strapped ...
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  • Updated Oct 24th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Canada considers international military bases
Like shortly after WWII, Canada's now looking to increase its international presence by shopping around the world for locations to setup military bases, much like we had in Germany after WWII and as part of the beginning and middle of the Cold War.
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  • Updated Jun 2nd, 2011 by Peter Huston
Shaw listens to customers, doubles Internet caps
After the whole fiasco in Canada about usage-based-billing led by telecom giant Bell, we're definitely not surprised to see smaller, western-based cable Internet provider Shaw leading the pack in abandoning low bandwidth limits.
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  • Updated May 31st, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Canadians more connected to Internet than Americans
In a recent poll released for data collected throughout 2010, around 25% of Canadians, mostly the poorest, don't have a regular broadband connection to the Internet. The survey was conducted by Statistics Canada and polled 30,000 households.
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  • Updated May 25th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
NDP gains another seat at expense of Conservatives
The election may be over but Jack Layton's smile just got a little bigger today.
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  • Updated May 15th, 2011 by damngrumpy
Canada becoming cybercrime haven
An American Internet security company called Websense has recently found that Canada has a poor reputation when it comes to online crime
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  • Updated May 10th, 2011 by Christian Ericssen
Ignatieff to start professorship at University of Toronto
Defeated Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff has left the leadership of the Liberal party and landed a professorship job at the University of Toronto . This just after the globetrotter not only lost huge ground ...
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  • Updated May 5th, 2011 by Editing Staff
Death Watch
On Aug. 4, 1982, aboriginal Cousins Harvey Mad Man, 23, and Thomas Running Rabbit, 20, were marched through the woods of Montana at gunpoint. Their mistake was offering Ronald Allen Smith, Rodney Munro and Andre Fontaine a ride and for this they would pay with their lives.
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  • Updated Jan 25th, 2011 by MJ Preston
Political manoeuvring and Media sell-out.
On October 13th 1970 Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau was intercepted by reporters in Ottawa in one of the Countrys most famous media confrontations.
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  • Updated Jan 4th, 2011 by MJ Preston
The Defamation of Tara McDonald
On the 8th of April 2009 in Woodstock Ontario 8 year old Victoria (Tori) Stafford did not come home from school.
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  • Updated Dec 11th, 2010 by MJ Preston
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