OTTAWA -- With Governor General David Johnston by his side at Rideau Hall, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has officially informed the Canadian public that advertisements for the election will continue to be broadcasted across the nation.
OTTAWA - A recent Court of Appeal ruling states that expatriate Canadians will no longer be eligible to intend to vote, then fail to "mail the thing in", before forgetting about it entirely.
OTTAWA - Following recent scandals in the Upper House, workhorse Liberal senator Nick Sibbeston has rallied support by publicly revealing that he barely manages 13 months of vacation time per year.
NIAGARA FALLS - After a brief shopping excursion into Buffalo, NY, a Canadian man has lost his right to vote in the next federal elections as a result of Canada's new ex-pat voting laws.
NEW YORK - Only six months old and already challenging New Media titans like BuzzFeed and the Huffington Post, the viral media website Stufftaker is overtaking social networks with original content taken right from the locked houses of random strangers.Read more... in Science and Technology
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