Prince Charles Compares Putin to Adolf Hitler

Prince Charles has sparked a new controversy by comparing Putin to Hitler during his Canadian tour. The comparison not only being controversial in itself but also being criticised because the heir to the throne is not to express an opinion about such matters. The comments were made while the prince was visiting the Canadian Museum… Keep Reading


Google Celebrates Rubik’s Cube 40th Anniversary

Since its inception in 1974, the Hungarian Ern? Rubik game has continued to attract generations of people across the world. And to celebrate its 40th anniversary, Google created an interactive copy of the cube to play on its home page. For some, it is entertainment, for others a real uphill battle. Hungarian Ern? Rubik, a… Keep Reading


Google to Purchase Twitch Video Service for $1 Billion

Google planning to rule streaming video with purchase of Twitch. According to Variety magazine, insiders are reporting that YouTube – which was purchased by Google for $1.65 Billion in stock in October 2006, – is negotiating to acquire streaming video platform Twitch for $1 Billion. While Variety is considering the deal to be imminent, the… Keep Reading


Avril Lavigne and Deryck Whibley’s Divorce Finalized

It’s official. Avril Lavigne has divorced Deryck Whibley, Sum 41 lead singer, after three years of marriage. The divorce was filed in L.A. County Superior Court, and widely reported as confirmed on Wednesday, November 16. According to gossip site TMZ, the filing states that neither party will get spousal support, and there was no pre-nuptial… Keep Reading

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Canadian Researchers Join Mission to Capture Antimatter

Several scientists that include experts from Canada are claiming that they have done the impossible: capture antimatter. In basic terms, antimatter is electronically the exact opposite of matter. And while it does not exist in nature now, it was thought to be in abundance when the universe was created. University of Calgary assistant physics professor… Keep Reading


Amputee Filing G20 Human Rights Complaint

John Pruyn – a 57 year old Thorold, Ontario amputee – is filing a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Commission after an incident during the G20 protests when police tore off his prosthetic leg. He says it appears he was violated simply for not being able to stand up fast enough for the charging… Keep Reading

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Study to Prevent Asian Carp from Entering Great Lakes

Government and Environmentalists on both sides of the border are tackling one of the many challenges facing the biological integrity of the shared Great Lakes. Because of the numerous twisting rivers, canals and backwater channels leading into the lakes, it is exponentially difficult to stop the entry of certain species of fish, mollusks and algae… Keep Reading


Tim Hortons Closes 36 Outlets in the U.S.

Canada’s largest fast food chain, Tim Hortons, has closed 36 of their weakest outlets in the United States. However executives are hoping that business will become even stronger despite this move. Tim Hortons Chief Executive Don Schroeder told business analysts during a conference call that his company is confident that there will be plenty of… Keep Reading


Texting While Driving Now Top Canadian Driver Safety Concern

A Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) survey in Canada found that texting while driving is now the top traffic safety concern of Canadians, surpassing even impaired driving. For more than ten years, Canadians considered impaired driving as the number problem, but now it seems they found something worse to worry about – people who text on… Keep Reading

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