EDMONTON - Local man Taylor Webster has been having difficulty satisfactorily scratching the many mosquito bites he got last week at the lake, likely because the recent snowfall has required him to wear gloves or mittens at nearly all times.
NEWPORT, WALES - After waiting over a decade, Prime Minister Stephen Harper will get his wish to send Canadian troops to Iraq.
TORONTO - As the Toronto International Film Festival is set to get under way, Canadian stars are nervously awaiting their chance to finally meet real-life American celebrities.
VANCOUVER - As the province of BC’s public school teachers continue their strike this week, approximately 500,000 students are left unable to skip school.
OTTAWA - Persons with disabilities, seniors and the very ill will now be required to be pushed out of their wheelchairs by Canada Post in order to prove that they need home delivery services.
SARNIA, ON - A pair of Burger King executives were late for a merger meeting after being stuck in a line for over 20-minutes at a local Tim Hortons.
IQALUIT - After a long flight from Ottawa, Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrived in the North earlier this week to sit down and discuss with Northern leaders and communities on the progress of photo development in the North.
VAUGHAN -- After a weekend spent at Splash Works with his family, Conservative MP Peter Kent resolved to remove all remaining protections enjoyed by Canada’s rivers, citing the Lazy River Ride as proof that rivers are generally lazy and should learn to protect themselves.
TORONTO - CBC television personality Rick Mercer has announced that this season will be the last of his popular travel show The Rick Mercer Report.
OTTAWA - Health Canada will release a series of television commercials warning Canadians about the dangers of voting for the Liberal Party.