The Newfoundland and Labrador government is reminding Quebec about the importance of being a good neighbour.
Supreme court clears Quebec student leader of contempt four years after he gained fame during the 2012 protests
MONTREAL – Former Quebec student leader Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois has been cleared of contempt of court by Canada’s highest court, which ruled there was no proof he incited members to block access to Université Laval classes during 2012 protests. 419 more words
Almost no progress has been made since the beginning of October harvesting the 2016 Saskatchewan crop due to wet weather.
According to the weekly crop report from Saskatchewan Agriculture, 82 per cent of the crop has been combined, up one percentage point from a week ago. 147 more words
Dildos on daytime TV? No problem, Canada’s broadcast regulator said in a recent ruling. The occasional f-bomb? That’s OK, too.
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council was responding to a complaint from a mother that a lunch-hour show on Quebec-based MusiquePlus, a French-language channel similar to MuchMusic, was “totally inappropriate for children” because of the sexual content and gratuitous language. 454 more words
'She pleaded for her life': Couple pleads guilty in Halifax woman’s horrific murder and dismemberment
HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia couple has been sentenced to life in prison for the killing and horrific dismemberment of a young Halifax mother who pleaded with them to spare her life. 503 more words
Are Feminism’s Feelings the Glorious Fascism of Our Day Now Taught in School and College?
Californian Lisa Rich sent us the following item:
You could call it the purr-fect ending to a sad story.
Calgarian Krista Sylvester will be reunited with her pet cat on Thursday after it went missing over 10 years ago. 408 more words