Nobel laureate and oilsands opponent Desmond Tutu will speak at northern conference
Canada must consider how the oilsands in the Canadian province of Alberta contribute to global climate change and make moves to cut its carbon emissions before it's too late, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu told reporters in the northern city of Fort McMurray.
“Only those who don’t want to listen, only those who want to be blind can’t see ...
Canadian Football League: Labour-management talks break down
Contract talks between the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the players broke down Thursday (May 29) after the CFL rejected the union's latest proposal, one that included an amendment to its original demand that revenue sharing be included in this deal. The players conceded revenue sharing in the current agreement, which was signed prior to the 2010 season.
Neutrality, detachment, of Prime Minister's choice for privacy commissioner questioned
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's nomination of a new Privacy Commissioner is being challenged by Official Opposition NDP leader Thomas Mulcair. In a letter to the Prime Minister, Mulcair wrote “I have come to the conclusion that Mr. Therrien has neither the neutrality nor the necessary detachment to hold this position.”
Daniel Therrien is currently Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Public Safety, ...
He’s already been seen by seen by vast numbers of American on American television, and his youTube video has 5,000 visitors as of today. The baby male porcupine was found near Truro, Nova Scotia after a dog owner found quills in his pet’s face. Porcupines quills are soft when born, but quickly harden.