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Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
What's the best way to prevent abortions?
Toronto's Distillery District offers a lesson in how such districts can become a public draw and creative hub, experts say.
A Seattle think tank estimates a $5 toll on drivers crossing the U.S. border could raise $30 to $45 million a year for TransLink.
Snowbirds and other long term travellers can now stay outside Alberta for seven months a year without losing their health-care privileges - a month longer than the current limit.
Coastal storm now beginning to organize just south of Long Island, NY as of Tuesday afternoon and will continue to intensify as it tracks northeastward toward Nova Scotia Wednesday morning.
As we noted yesterday, if Uber is going to be the on-demand solution to all our transportation needs, it will need to take a few lessons from Amazon on how to do customer service.
The previous entry listed a bunch of previous blog entries on the topic. I mentioned in a blog entry on Helsinki about the municipal research unit of the City of Helsinki, Helsinki Urban Facts and a separate initiative, Forum Virium Helsinki , which does action research and implementation projects focused around digital technologies and civic ... (more)
Hampton Hotels, Hilton Worldwide's global brand of more than 1,900 mid-priced Hampton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, and Hampton by Hilton hotels, today announced the official opening of its newest property, the 135-room Hampton Inn - Calgary-Airport North, located at 2000 2021-100 Ave NE, adjacent to the Calgary International Airport.
Where mental health is concerned there is still an overwhelming discrimination attached that makes it uncomfortable to talk about.
Not all Canadian indie bands can attribute their formation to a "whiskey storm" but that's how Fast Romantics describe their story.
Cruising really is a way of life. Cruising, in the last decade, has gained tremendous popularity.
So this year's "Cross Canada Tour" all happens in Ontario. As a westerner, it feeds into our stereotype vision of folks from Toronto, thinking that Canada ends at the Ontario borders Stupid cheap Rogers doesn't want to kick in for airfare.
"Oops sorry, was my face in the way of your fist?" A study titled "Sorry ... I'm Canadian," reports 90% of Canadians aged 18-25 apologize if a stranger bumps into them.
Christmas fun on the slopes of Whistler mountain saw 75 Santas and Mrs. Claus ready for some skiing and festivities that go with the season.
If you're on the verge of a mall-induced rampage, maybe it's time to try giving instead of buying.
QUEEN'S PARK By CHRISTINA BLIZZARD With Toronto city council so divisive and so dysfunctional, you wonder whether they're capable of making any rational decision - let alone one affecting the economy of the entire province.