Canadian government turns to Clinton to rescue failing email project

The federal department in charge of creating a single email-system for the Government of Canada is turning to US Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton after the project facing further delays with the roll More »

Cruz drops out of US Presidential race to run for Tory leadership

US Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz has dropped out of the nomination race to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. Cruz, who is trailing Donald Trump in More »

KPMG to buy CRA under privatization deal

KPMG, the accounting company implicated in an offshore tax evasion scandal, is set to purchase the Canada Revenue Agency, under a privatization deal announced today by the federal government. Privatization of the More »

Alberta Kudatah: Walmart Pooch overthrows Notley

Hoontah leader Clark appointed Supreme Leader Albertans woke up this morning to the news that Alberta NDP leader Rachel Notley, who was sworn in as Premier of the province last May, had More »

Liberal government to ban use of term “Islamic State”

The Liberal government will introduce legislation to ban the use of “Islamic State” to refer to the terror group who have taken over large swathes of land in Syria and Iraq and More »

 

CIBC staff losing jobs to penguins, forced to train replacements

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CIBC is eliminating up to 130 jobs in its Toronto customer service department and outsourcing the work to Antarctica. As part of the transition, staff losing their positions must train the penguins who will be taking over the jobs. “It’s very, well, depressing,” said one employee about having to pass on his work knowledge so

Stephen McNeil promises free mudbaths to NS swing districts

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            Premier vows to ‘invest in people’ as election talk heats up Voters in Kings South, Lunenburg, and Sackville-Beaverbank are in luck. Normally election time heralds government promises to build roads, or spend more money on the school system.  They may even hear sweeping promises for electoral reform. This time,

McNeil: Locking schools ‘will provide education’

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          Above: Stephen McNeil announces Nova Scotia’s new ‘Enduring Closed Opportunities Initiative’ NS Education Department will ‘provide the experience that students need to endure jail time and lost opportunities’ Premier Stephen McNeil says he understands the issues parents face in Nova Scotia. On Saturday, he sought to reassure Nova Scotians on

Erdogan Blames Gulen Movement for Indigestion

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President Curses ‘Treasonous dog’ for kebab-related mishap           Top: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan Below:  cleric Fethullah Gulen Below right: the kebab responsible for Erdogan’s stomach troubles                     President Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey is a fierce man with an imposing stare. It is rare for him to publicly show

Canadian government turns to Clinton to rescue failing email project

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The federal department in charge of creating a single email-system for the Government of Canada is turning to US Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton after the project facing further delays with the roll out. Shared Services Canada (SSC), which had planned for the Email Transformation Initiative (ETI) to be completed by March 2015, confirmed that they

May denies trying eat Cameron daughter left behind at No. 10

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The United Kingdom’s new Prime Minister Theresa May has denied that she was trying to eat David Cameron’s 12-year-old daughter, whom the former Prime Minister left behind at the PM’s official residence after a mix-up with his wife Samantha. The Cameron’s, who rushed to 10 Downing Street hours after May officially moved in, said that

McCain to young voters: I told you I was cooler than Barack

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McCain fundraiser Emily Pitha was arrested  Wednesday on charges of running a meth lab, and no one was more devastated than Senator John McCain. The hardest blow of all for the Arizona senator was dealing with what might have been. “If I had known John (Kyl) had a meth-cooker on his staff I could have

Ray Lewis appeals for focus on black-on-black crime

Cites ‘first-hand experience’ with one of America’s gravest problems. (Note: in a way, I understand Lewis’ words.  If you have something on your conscience, then you have the need to do the good that you can.  What Lewis says should not be disregarded.  However, his past hurts his standing on this issue.)   Ray Lewis

Cruz drops out of US Presidential race to run for Tory leadership

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US Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz has dropped out of the nomination race to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. Cruz, who is trailing Donald Trump in the Republican delegate count, made the surprise announcement during a rally in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. “Your average Republican voter may not be the

KPMG to buy CRA under privatization deal

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KPMG, the accounting company implicated in an offshore tax evasion scandal, is set to purchase the Canada Revenue Agency, under a privatization deal announced today by the federal government. Privatization of the CRA, which has recently come under fire for secretly offering the tax evaders involved in the KPMG scandal an amnesty, will save Canadian