OTTAWA - Following an aggravating conversation with representatives from the leading internet, TV, and cellphone provider, the CTRC has decided to ban the required 30-day notice period for switching telecommunications providers.
OTTAWA – With youth unemployment skyrocketing across Canada, Bank Of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz is recommending that young people consider the ancient feudal status of serfdom to boost their careers.
WINNIPEG - After the resignation of five cabinet ministers in protest, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger is attracting the very best replacements with job advertisements on Craigslist.
A study released today showed 93% of Canadians could not name all 9 Canadian provinces and 2 territories.
RICHMOND HILL - The Harper government’s plan to permit married couples with children to split their earnings for a higher tax savings will help a disadvantaged family struggling to buy another BMW.
OTTAWA - At a press conference today Prime Minister Stephen Harper stated that his government would not let terrorist acts intimidate him from taking away Canadians’ civil liberties.
TORONTO - After an historical election, Toronto has chosen its first wealthy, white male mayor in nearly half a decade.
TORONTO - In the wake of two terrorist attacks within one week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has reassured the Muslim community that the government will not take away their rights as they have done to Canada’s indigenous community.
OTTAWA - According to numerous international columnists, the recent murder of soldier Nathan Cirillo and the subsequent shootout in Parliament have caused the nation of Canada, which has fought and won 6 wars in its history, to have lost its innocence.
OTTAWA - Following widespread, international coverage of the murder of a war memorial guard by a radicalized man with terrorist sympathies and the subsequent shootout in Parliament, news media conglomerate CNN reported frustration with the calm reaction of Canadians.
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