OTTAWA - The Conservative government has announced plans to amp up their election advertisements by releasing 35 million new attack ads aimed at smearing each living Canadian.
PORT ALBERNI – In a development that has many BC residents shocked, a 82-year-old marijuana grow-operation, known affectionately to residents as ‘Old Wheezy’, was destroyed after fires spread to the complex Monday afternoon.
OTTAWA - As part of their continued desire to maintain a journalism free zone around the PM, the PMO has announced this week that while cameras may continue to attend the Prime Minister's speaking events all journalists and other attending persons will be asked to wait outside.
TORONTO - After a series of false bomb threats made against WestJet flights, Air Canada is requesting more threats be made against its own aircraft as an alibi for its poor service.
OTTAWA - With the 2015 election just around the corner, Stephen Harper has launched a major political offensive, lambasting the current government for its mismanagement of the nation’s finances.
OTTAWA - Earlier today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper held a press conference to announce that he had been visited by the Canada Day spirits of past, present, and future as he tried to sleep last night.
VANCOUVER - The world’s most destructive and invasive creature to its ecosystem, homo sapien sapiens, have convened a conference to discuss the spread of pine beetles.
OTTAWA — The prime minister’s office announced on Thursday that former Conservative MP and Harper spokesman Dean Del Mastro, who had just been sentenced to a month in jail for violating the Canada Elections Act, would be stripped of his citizenship the moment another country agreed to take him off Canada’s hands.
TORONTO - Ace Marketing, a mid-sized advertising agency located in Toronto, has suffered a three-fold increase in workplace injuries after switching out their usual sitting desks for a Swedish-inspired trampoline alternative.
Calvert Island, BC - Researchers at UBC have uncovered possibly the earliest evidence of humans accidentally stepping in dog shit in North America.
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