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UPDATE: Gov. Gen Julie Payette receives 21-gun salute in Charlottetown

You can tell she enjoys meeting the public and she has a very nice way ... research and government partners from the Prince Edward Island BioAlliance on collaboration and innovation in the province’s ... read more

Climate change and P.E.I.’s slow disappearance

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province, and it’s getting smaller ... The recent storms damaged the boardwalk at Cedar Dunes Provincial Park by the lighthouse, The boardwalk used to be seve... read more

The new national public alert test system for your cellphone failed its first test in Quebec

A glitch in the new national public alert system for mobile devices affected the entire province of Quebec on Monday ... “The CRTC has no insights with respect to what occurred in Hawaii, other than w... read more

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We’re Not in Lake Wobegon Anymore

In the years between Nixon and Newt Gingrich, the party migrated southward down the Twisting Trail of Rhetoric and sneered at the idea of public service and became ... think of those New Yorkers hurry... read more

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more

John Hickenlooper expresses doubt about Hillary Clinton amid e-mail controversy

Democratic Governor states – “Hillary Clinton has the necessary background needed to run the country.” Dog Whistle for – “Hillary is more than corrupt enough to lie through her teeth about how she is ... read more

Were Twin Towers felled by chemical blasts? (Update)

Smoke billows up after the first of the two towers of the World Trade Center collapses in 2001 in New York City. A mix of sprinkling system water and melted aluminium from aircraft hulls likely trigge... read more


Durban.Since their first trip to the World Cup in 1954 in Switzerland, South Korea made it to the second round only once, in 2002, when they played at home. The team has never made it to the second ro... read more

Update: Gros Morne Park fracking debate

Canada’s Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of the Atlantic island province of Newfoundland and Labrador ... The open letter dated January 5 th, and made public today, urges a wide buffer zone ... read more


Report on the Joint WHC/IUCN Reactive Monitoring Mission to Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park (11-20 July 2018) read more

UPDATE: Tuesday's 'grinder' storm could bring up to 20 cm of snow for P.E.I.

Libby said much of the province can expect 15 to 20 cm of snowfall, as well as blowing snow and drifting throughout the day. Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning for all of P.E.I., wit... read more

Thinking of hitting Kananaskis after the floods? Be extra careful

Trails are wiped out. Foot bridges are washed away. In Kananaskis Country, the popular mountain recreation area west of Calgary, “pretty much everything has changed,” says Kananaskis Country public sa... read more

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