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Calgary Devastated After Stabbing

Calgary Devastated After Stabbing

Authorities apprehended son of a Calgary veteran Police Officer, Matthew de Grood, after he brutally stabbed 5 people at a house party in Brentwood neighborhood, leaving citizens of the Calgary neighborhood devastated. Three of the victims were found dead inside the home and two died later at the hospital. Alberta’s Police Chief is calling the […]

Calgary Murder Suspect Is a Police Officer’s Son

Calgary Murder Suspect Is a Police Officer’s Son

Matthew de Grood, age 23, is the son of a Calgary veteran officer and the main suspect in the murders of five party goers. The murders occurred within the early hours of the morning on Tuesday at a house party. It is reported that de Grood was an invited guest to this party. Matthew de […]

Calgary Killer Identified as Matthew de Grood

Calgary Killer Identified as Matthew de Grood

The man responsible for the killing of five people in Calgary has been identified as Matthew De Grood, 22. What is already being called “the worst mass murder” in the city’s history has left five dead, including four men, one woman, and a community left in a state of shock. Two of the victims have […]

Rob Ford Is Human?

Rob Ford Is Human?

Instead of being in the news for some new preposterous stunt, Toronto’s notorious mayor Rob Ford actually showed his “nice guy” side in a recent press statement. Perhaps the media should lay off him for a short while as he mourns the death of his family friend Jim Flaherty? Fat chance of that happening. Remember, […]

Perfume for Peace: Barb Stegmann’s Business Makes Ethical Scents

Perfume for Peace: Barb Stegmann’s Business Makes Ethical Scents

Canadian Barbara Stegemann never intended to become a parfumier, nor a retail activist , but her company combined to make her both, creating perfume from the chaos of war.  Stegemann went to the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She studied sociology. Her best friend was Trevor Greene, a student in journalism.  After […]

Murder on Webcam Trial Verdict In

Murder on Webcam Trial Verdict In

The verdict is in on the case against Brian Dickson, the man charged with the murder of Qian Liu who was killed while Liu’s boyfriend watched in horror via webcam. Dickson was found guilty of first degree murder on Monday, April 6 in the assault that occurred on April 15, 2011. Liu was 23-years-old when […]

Quebec Separatist Party Causing Its Own Election Loss?

Quebec Separatist Party Causing Its Own Election Loss?

For nearly 45 years, the current ruling provincial political Parti Québécois (PQ) has touted separatism. During this time, it held two provincial referendums on sovereignty, to separate from the rest of Canada. The first vote was in 1980. In the second vote in 1995, independence was rejected by just a narrow margin. Young people living […]

The Last Unicorn Latest Fantasy Screening in Canada With Peter Beagle

The Last Unicorn Latest Fantasy Screening in Canada With Peter Beagle

Lovers of animated fantasy films will be lining up to book their place at the latest screening of The Last Unicorn as the next part of its big screen tour launched by writer Peter Beagle comes to Canada this month. Part of a three-year long roadshow which started in 2013 and will end at the […]

Bartender Attempts Record for Longest Shift Ever

Bartender Attempts Record for Longest Shift Ever

Anyone who has ever tended bar for even one 8-hour shift knows how tiring it can be. Shaking cocktails, moving kegs, dealing with drunks, tracking cash, and keeping a positive attitude the whole time are all part of the job. It’s certainly not for everyone. However, in daring attempt to do some good, one man […]

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