Pan Am Games opening ceremony an extravaganza

Pan Am Games opening ceremony an extravaganza

Depending on your perspective, the opening of the Pan Am Games will either trigger great joy, unspeakable horror or the kind of shrugging apathy usually reserved for turnips and late night infomercials. By: Vinay Menon Toronto Star, Published on Fri Jul 10 2015 Public Service Announcement: The Pan Am Games are officially underway. Depending on […]

CBC says it didn’t have full story on Evan Solomon

CBC says it didn’t have full story on Evan Solomon

Canadian Press June 10,2015 TORONTO — A raft of ethical lapses by journalists has the editor-in-chief of CBC News calling on members of the profession to clean up their act. Jennifer McGuire bemoaned the state of the industry in a message to staff Wednesday, a day after the public broadcaster fired CBC News Network personality […]

Woman tears wall off burning shed to save 4 kids on First Nation

Three children airlifted to Winnipeg hospital from northern Manitoba First Nation

Woman tears wall off burning shed to save 4 kids on First Nation

CBC June 8,2015 Last Updated: Jun 08, 2015 3:18 PM CT Chasity Spence and Arnold Culley helped save four children from a burning shed on Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation this weekend. Spence said she heard children crying and screaming inside a burning storage shed Saturday afternoon and knew she had to get them out somehow. “I […]

Oil-price drop impact on Canada lessened thanks to foreign ownership

Oil-price drop impact on Canada lessened thanks to foreign ownership

Finance department memo says foreign ownership of energy sector higher than reported by StatsCan By Dean Beeby CBC News Published on May 31, 2015 5:00 AM ET Canada has been partly insulated from the sharp drop in oil prices because so much of the energy sector is foreign owned, says an internal Finance Canada document. […]