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Feb 29th, 2008
Team Canada wins second straight gold medal
Team Canada wins second straight gold medal PRAGUE (CP) - The Lucky Loonies were hard at work again Sunday as Canada won its second straight world hockey championship. Team Canada officials secretly hid a loonie in the back netting of both...
May 8th, 2004 by Andem
Local Toronto News: GO Transit gets $1b boost
GO Transit gets $1B boost KEVIN MCGRAN TRANSPORTATION REPORTER Federal politicians, no doubt part of a pre-election campaign, dropped by local transit authorities yesterday and signed multi-partner, multi-year promises that guarantee $1 billion...
May 5th, 2004 by Numure
Quebec government to cut 16,000 jobs
Quebec government to cut 16,000 jobs Quebec Treasury Board President Monique Jerome-Forget speaks at a news conference. (CP PHOTO/Jacques Boissinot) QUEBEC (CP) - The Quebec government announced Wednesday it plans to abolish 16,000 jobs by 2013 in...
May 3rd, 2004 by Andem
U.S. Senate Moves Closer to Condemning Canadian Seal Hunt
Monday, May 03, 2004 (Yarmouth Port, Mass. - 3 May 2004) - The U.S. Senate moved one step closer to an official condemnation of Canada's seal hunt when the Senate Foreign Relations Committee recommended the Levin-Collins Resolution to the full Senate....
Apr 30th, 2004 by Numure
N.S. votes to invite Turks and Caicos to join it
N.S. votes to invite Turks and Caicos to join it Last Updated Thu, 22 Apr 2004 14:16:50 HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's three political parties voted unanimously Wednesday to invite Turks and Caicos to join the province, if the Caribbean islands ever become...
Apr 30th, 2004 by Numure
More Cdns moved to Quebec than left it
More Cdns moved to Quebec than left it MONTREAL (CP) - For the first time in 30 years, more Canadians moved to Quebec than left the province. Quebec gained more than 28,000 new residents last year, and lost 27,900 to other provinces, according to...
Apr 12th, 2004 by Neodim
Canada starts massive slaughter. Again.
half of 1,000,000 harp seals will be skinned alive during seal murder seasons in Canada. Seems like canadian government feels invulnerable and forgets that its servants are made of flesh too. Any action causes an counteraction which mirrors the impact...
Apr 12th, 2004 by Neodim
Russia, Iraq Plan Deal to Bolster Ties
Russia, Iraq Plan Deal to Bolster Ties Economic Pact May Complicate U.S. Action Against Baghdad By Peter Baker Washington Post Foreign Service Saturday, August 17, 2002; Page A01 MOSCOW, Aug. 16 -- Russia and Iraq plan to sign a new...
Apr 5th, 2004 by Shmad
A New World Report
In a New World Report just released today... Canada sux!
Apr 5th, 2004 by Andem
Air Canada should be permitted to continue to operate ...
Original Article in the New York Times syndication from Bloomberg. Air Canada should be permitted to continue to operate under bankruptcy protection while it seeks a new investor to replace Trinity Time Investments, a court-appointed monitor said. ...
Jun 18th, 2003 by gnuman
ARTICLE: Mother chops off neighbours' hands
Hey, when I saw this headline, I was completely shocked. It looks like something from Simcity2000 (you know those stupid and useless artciles)... Mother chops off neighbours' hands By SAHM ADRANGI and COLIN FREEZE From Thursday's Globe and...
IOC : Vancouver is in the final four for 2010 Olympic bid
Today at about 4am PST (GMT-0800) the International Olympic Committee announced that Vancouver was in the final four for the 2010 Winter Olympic Bid. Vancouver ranked second overall amongst the final four, a shade out of first place. I think and I...
Athlon XP 2500+ Already in Shops!
Athlon XP 2500+ Already in Shops! New AMD Athlon XP processor, made with 0.13 micron 2500+ Thoroughbred core (real clock rate 2GHz) was noticed in one of Swiss online-shop, trading with computer parts. Also, the price-list of this shop includes...
Could this be the start to peace in the Middle East?
Eight Israeli reserve soldiers who refuse to serve in the West Bank and Gaza have asked Israel's Supreme Court to declare the occupation of the Palestinian territories illegal. The soldiers, who rank from staff-sergeant to major, are part of Courage to...
Today in World News
Today in World News.. de-Gaules still is uneducated and uninformed of events in his own country. Tune in next week to see if hes read a history book.
Aug 7th, 2002 by Andem
2004 Summer Olympics
What are your predictions for the medal count for the 2004 Olympics? Who will come out on top?
Jun 19th, 2002 by Jonas
Nortel investors pay the price
Nortel investors pay the price By FABRICE TAYLOR From Saturday's Globe and Mail ANALYSIS: If there was ever any doubt, it should be laid to rest now: Nortel's shareholders are the sacrificial lambs in the company's struggle for redemption. The...
Jun 14th, 2002 by Andem
Sport should come out winner
By JOHN DOYLE Thursday, June 13, 2002 Page S7 DAEJEON, SOUTH KOREA -- About two weeks ago, I was predicting that this World Cup would showcase African soccer and we'd all be enjoying that lithe, lovely style of Nigeria, Cameroon, Senegal and South...
Korea vs. USA - worldcup
Did anyone finish watching the Korea vs. USA game last night? I went to sleep 10 minutes or so before it ended, but i know korea was going strong near the end, was around when it was 1-1.
Jun 9th, 2002 by Shmad
Attack of the russians!
At least one dead in Russian soccer riot Soccer fans celebrate in front of a burning car in Moscow on Sunday, after Japan defeated Russia 1-0 at the World Cup. Photo: Maxim Marmur/AP Associated Press Moscow Russian soccer fans rampaged near...
Israeli tanks level Arafat buildings <-- Whatelse is new?
Israeli tanks level Arafat buildings MORE BLOODSHED: Israeli police collect bodies from the burnt-out shell of a bus after it was blown up by a car bomb. RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) - Israeli troops shelled Yasser Arafat's headquarters early today,...