Canada Raises A Red Flag, More Organ Donors Are Urgently Needed

This reminder came at a very difficult time for Canadians, after the Humboldt Broncos bus that crashed in which 15 people died and 14 other people were seriously injured. Logan Boulet, a... Read more »

British Columbia Warns People Of A Norovirus Possible Outbreak

The norovirus has been linked to the consumption of raw oysters so health officials from British Columbia have decided to shut down two oyster farms for an investigation into this matter. This... Read more »
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Scientists: Chocolate Extinct by 2050 Real Possibility

Scientists say chocolate could be extinct by 2050 If you are to believe everything you hear, and are fond of the sweet stuff, then today will not be a very good day... Read more »
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Churchill: Leave Our Polar Bear Orphan Cubs Alone

Churchill wants to keep their orphan polar bear cubs The polar bear has long been known as one of Canada’s most distinguishing characteristics and now, residents of Churchill, Manitoba say that it... Read more »
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Brittany Covington Plea: What Is Wrong With America?

Brittany Covington plea deal is a slap in the face to the victim she tormented Advocates for disability rights are up in arms after Brittany Covington, the 19 year old woman who,... Read more »
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Canada Drops The Ball On Its War Vets

Canadian war vets injured in the line of duty will not be entitled to life long disability compensation after the B.C. Court of Appeal struck down their class action lawsuit. The lawsuit,... Read more »
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Earthquake Postpones National Exam In South Korea

Students across South Korea preparing to take a major exam that will either get them into university or not, are twiddling their thumbs after their exam was postponed following an earthquake.  ... Read more »
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Tourists Trampled To Death While On Safari In Zambia

Two tourists have been killed in the country of Zambia when they were trampled to death by a massive elephant while trying to take pictures of the animal.   The tourists, who... Read more »
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Health Officials Concerned Over LeptoSpirosis Outbreak In Nova Scotia

With a sudden spike in Leptospirosis cases being diagnosed in Nova Scotia pets, health officials are now worried that humans may also be at risk. Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that effects... Read more »
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Federal Report On Climate Change Flies In Face Of Trump

Scientists from 13 different federal agencies are behind a new report released today that flies directly in the face of the Trump administration. The report, the Climate Science Special Report states that... Read more »