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3 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
Don't mess with Kat Spencer's axes. One time, she broke up with her boyfriend because he had placed his can of beer on one of her blades.
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4 hrs ago | Playbill
Patrick Street Productions and Talk is Free Theatre present the Vancouver premiere of Floyd Collins March 11-30 at the newly opened York Theatre on Commercial Drive.
6 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
La Spiga is a magnificent Tuscan-style villa surrounded by rose gardens, herb beds and fruit trees.
7 hrs ago | Canada.com
The Alberta government's Dash-8 isn't a luxury airplane, but it provides MLAs with privacy as they fly across the province and beyond.
10 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
A westbound VIA Rail Canada passenger train rolls across the prairie northeast of Brandon on a sunny afternoon last summer.
11 hrs ago | The Asian Pacific Post
Filipino migrants in Western Canada have renewed their calls to the Aquino government to put up a consular office in Alberta, Canada to make the services that they need from the government more accessible.
15 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
They've both had a shot at being The Next Star, and now two Winnipeg teens are re-entering the reality/competition realm to see if they can win a spot in a made-in-Canada supergroup.
16 hrs ago | Medical Daily
A 24-year-old psychology student at the University of Ottawa claims to have the ability to have voluntary out-of-body experiences before going to sleep.
16 hrs ago | Universe Today
Live in the New York City tri-state area, or anywhere near the path above? One of the most unusual big ticket astronomical events of 2014 occurs on in the morning hours of Thursday March 20th, when the asteriod 163 Erigone "blocks" or occults the bright star Regulus .
20 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
The following is a list of volunteer opportunities advertised in the Winnipeg area.
Yesterday | CBC News
CBC Radio correspondent Laura Lynch has reported from many parts of the world, most recently Europe and the Middle East.
Have you ever wondered if a person can see themselves during a hospital operation or found themselves out of their body during a near death experience? Maybe you, a family member, a neighbor or a friend have done it.
Prospective B.C. Lions Felions auditioned Sunday at Scotiabank Dance Centre in Vancouver.
It was while on a recent stay in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, that John Thompson, former director of Canadian Studies at North Carolina's Duke University, experienced a close encounter with the global phenomenon of the drunken Canadian tourist.
Imagine having your phone's battery die on a trip abroad and upon returning home, realizing that a fitness app was still tracking the number of steps you took for days.
Not content to rake in an outrageous salary of $228,409 plus benefits - highest among mayors in Canada - Brampton's Mayor Susan Fennell has been stiffing taxpayers for spending large and small.