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Glacier Skywalk in Jasper National Park

Glacier Skywalk in Jasper National Park

The wild west of Canada has always been an attraction for nature lovers from all over the world and now Alberta has a new attraction to offer, the Glacier Skywalk in Jasper National Park. This new attraction just adds to the existing beauty this stunning province has to offer by allowing tourists to “walk on […]

Toronto Canada: Flight Scare Caused Passenger Jet to Reroute Course

Toronto Canada: Flight Scare Caused Passenger Jet to Reroute Course

In Toronto, Canada, a flight scare caused a passenger jet to reroute its course last Saturday. Sunwing Airlines Flight 772 was carrying slightly over 100 passengers when the plane administrators decided to turn around and head back to the Canadian airport. Sources said all of the passengers were shaken up by the obnoxious outbursts of […]

Toronto Reports Seeing UFO

Toronto Reports Seeing UFO

Sarah Chun, 36, told reporters from The Star that she saw a UFO outside of her window on July 26 while sitting at the dining table in Toronto. As these six or seven huge bright lights caught her attention, she grabbed her iPad and went outside to take a video of it. Shortly after going outside, Chun noticed […]

Tropical Cyclone Downgraded in US but New Storm Threatens Japan

Tropical Cyclone Downgraded in US but New Storm Threatens Japan

The first tropical cyclone to become a hurricane this year, Arthur, hit the U.S. and has now been downgraded to a post-tropical storm, but a new storm now threatens Japan. The Joint Typhoon Warning Center first upgraded Tropical Storm 08W from a tropical depression and has now labeled it Typhoon Neoguri. At its strongest stage […]

Hitchhiking Robot to Travel Across Canada

Hitchhiking Robot to Travel Across Canada

HitchBOT, a talking robot the size of a young child, plans to hitchhike and travel across Canada all by itself. It will begin its journey on July 27 at The Institute for Applied Creativity at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, and relying only on the generosity of humans, plans on reaching the Open […]

Google Forced to Remove Company From Results by Canadian Court

Google Forced to Remove Company From Results by Canadian Court

Google has been forced to remove a company from its search results by a Canadian court of law. The news comes after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) gave people the “right to be forgotten” just last month, in one of the most controversial decisions in the war between freedom of information and right to […]

Mounties’ Deaths a Reminder of Life’s Fragility

Mounties’ Deaths a Reminder of Life’s Fragility

The deaths last week of three RCMP officers in Moncton, New Brunswick have resulted in a very public outpouring of grief across Canada.  The three who were shot fatally and the two who were wounded are five Mounties whose names join a roster of those who have served to ensure that their communities continue to […]

Moncton New Brunswick Royal Canadian Mounted Police Hunt for Cop Killer

Moncton New Brunswick Royal Canadian Mounted Police Hunt for Cop Killer

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are on the hunt for 24-year-old Justin Bourque, a white male believed to be a cop killer.  He is wanted for killing three cops and injuring two more officers during a shootout on Wednesday in the Moncton area of New Brunswick, Canada. Bourque is said to be dangerous, and is […]

The Miracle and Nine Lives of Satan the Cat and His Return

The Miracle and Nine Lives of Satan the Cat and His Return

It has been almost one year now since the flooding in Calgary, Alberta washed through the city devastating homes, businesses and the lives of those affected. Many surrounding areas were also hit by the flood waters and one town in particular, High River, got hit the most. For the damage the flood waters caused, it was a […]

Dog Sitter Faces Charges for Gruesome Mistake in Death of Dogs

Dog Sitter Faces Charges for Gruesome Mistake in Death of Dogs

What started as a normal sunny day in Langley, British Columbia, Canada on May 13, quickly turned into a heartbreaking saga for the whole community. Emma Paulsen, a popular dog sitter in the area collected her own pooch, Salty, and five more dogs for their daily walk in the park. The group would usually play and romp […]

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