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Province urges the public to respect the rules of P.E.I. park trails

Arbing said the province has also reached out to the ATV Association, asking its members to respect the rules of the trails. Provincial conservation officer Wade MacKinnon said dirt bikes are also cau... 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

Here’s how the provinces are planning to regulate marijuana

The province says people would be able to buy cannabis at a subsidiary of the province’s liquor commission. – Prince Edward Island has set ... is to be permitted in public where cigarettes are allowed ... read more

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Province finalizes deal with Moonlight International Foundation to take over Buffaloland Provincial Park

An agreement between the Province of Prince Edward Island and the Moonlight International Foundation will see Buffaloland Provincial Park remain open to the public free of charge. “The deal we reached ... read more


The Mathematical Poet: Exploring Edgar Allan Poe’s Logical Imagination

Early on, Poe claims, “Most writers — poets in especial – prefer having it understood that they compose by a species of fine frenzy — and ecstatic intuition — and would positively shudder at letting t... read more

How to tackle new challenges world is facing

OUR MATERIAL identification creates three kinds of urges - the urge to speak (mainly epitomised as ... And resulting into various unsuccessfully forced public atonements in the form of Law and Order a... read more

The best thrillers of all time

Some of cinema's most iconic moments have come from the thriller genre, from Anthony Hopkins' sinister delivery of "Clarice" in "The Silence of the Lambs" to the grisly wood chipper scene in "Fargo." ... read more

Cannabis IQ: Across the country, here’s what to expect on legalization day

The exception is Alberta, where online sales will be run by government. Ontario started out with a plan for a public-sector cannabis retail system, much like the LCBO, the province’s alcohol monopoly. ... 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

Missing coffee shop credit card leads to arrest

As CBC reports, a woman from the western province of Alberta was visiting a lovely national park in the eastern province of Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.). When she returned to her car she saw the wind... 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



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