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Loosen your seatbelt a few notches for a delectable drive-it-yourself food tour of Newfoundland

I’m in a meadow, watching icebergs drift across the Atlantic and petting a baby goat, while its mother — whom I just milked by hand — nibbles clover. 1,377 more words


Supreme Court rules Nelson Hart's confession from 'Mr. Big' sting operation can't be used in trial

Mr. Big stings — the controversial undercover police operations designed to draw confessions from suspects — run the risk of becoming abusive and producing unreliable evidence, Canada’s top court ruled Thursday, as it laid out new rules to protect those targeted by them. 782 more words


Supreme Court narrows scope of allowable evidence from 'Mr. Big' police stings

Police investigating cold cases may have to think twice now about using Mr. Big stings — the undercover operations designed to draw confessions from suspects — after Canada’s top court on Thursday laid out new rules to protect those targeted by them. 1,075 more words


St. John's, Newfoundland

The Capital of Newfoundland and Labrador is St. John’s. It is located on the far East End of Canada. The place is beautifully situated on the Atlantic Ocean coast. 103 more words


Rob Ford's new campaign video potentially breaks the rules, also reveals phone numbers of Torontonians

A slick new campaign video for Rob Ford is partially shot in the mayor’s office, potentially violating election campaign regulations and revealed the phone numbers of a number of Torontonians from the mayor’s famous constituent callback list. 718 more words


The Evening Post: Iceberg Collapse In Canada

This video from the YouTube channel riickstead shows a massive iceberg collapsing off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada.  Yeah, the screaming is loud, but nature can be crazy at times, enjoy! 29 more words

The Evening Post

In Newfoundland and across Canada, cities are legislating loud cars and unmuffled motorcycles into oblivion

Unmuffled cars and motorcycles are poised to become unwelcome in St. John’s, Newfoundland, a move that would make the East Coast capital only the latest city to join a cross-Canada movement to drive out earth-shaking vehicles. 672 more words