Today in the city Courtenay 16.10.2018
Drivers At Greater Risk Of Crashing Even 5 Hours After Smoking Pot: Study

MONTREAL — Driving under the influence of cannabis remains dangerous even five hours after use, a new study by McGill University researchers has found.The study published Monday in the Canadian...


Growing Up, My First Real Job Was Being My Mother's Translator

Have you ever seen an Asian mom and her kid at a restaurant and the kid is ordering for the both of them in perfect English and then confirming it with his/her mom in their native language?When people...


UN Climate Change Report Spurs Calls For Emergency Debate In House Of Commons

OTTAWA — The Green Party and the NDP have joined a Liberal backbench MP's call for an emergency debate to address what Canada can do to avoid catastrophic climate change.Last week, the UN's Inte...


Can Cryptocurrencies Become Viable Currencies?

Cryptocurrencies have become very popular in the last several years and have attracted significant attention from various stakeholders including governments. The cryptocurrencies have been promoted as...


Cannabis use hinders young drivers' abilities: study

A new Canadian study has found that marijuana use inhibits young people from performing certain driving-related tasks for several hours.


Canada Goes From Weed Prohibition To Legalization In 95 Years

OTTAWA — Ninety-five years of marijuana prohibition comes to an end Wednesday. The change makes Canada the second country in the world (after Uruguay) to legalize recreational pot — and th...


Chretien slams Canada's judicial appointments process

In the wake of the controversial appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court, former prime minister Jean Chretien issued harsh criticism of Canada's own, recently changed, judici...


Former Prime Minister Jean Chretien Takes Aim At 'Fanatical' President Trump

OTTAWA — Jean Chretien says Donald Trump is "unspeakable" and his rise to the U.S. presidency heralds the decline of the American empire.Chretien unleashes that unflattering opinion of Trump in...


Jean Chretien: Quebec Religious Symbols Debate Will Fade As Common Sense Prevails

OTTAWA — Jean Chretien says Quebec's political class is "trapped" in a pointless debate over a non-existent problem: how to accommodate religious minorities.And the former prime minister predict...


Chretien predicts common sense will prevail in debate over religious symbols

Jean Chretien says Quebec's political class is 'trapped' in a pointless debate over a non-existent problem: how to accommodate religious minorities.


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