Bench-pressed!

Some metro-Vancouver cities are considering banning "In Memorium" park benches after citizens complained that the proliferation of these memorials created a "cemetery-like" environment in parks.

Some metro-Vancouver cities are considering banning “In Memorium” park benches after citizens complained that the proliferation of these memorials created a “cemetery-like” environment in parks.

July [s]no Jobs

Statistics Canada has admitted that its July Jobs report contained major errors. The survey showed a mere 200 jobs created   rather than the 20,000 predicted.

Statistics Canada has admitted that its July Jobs report contained major errors. The survey showed a mere 200 jobs were created rather than the 20,000 predicted.

Polley want a Christy

"The silt Polley aftermath accusers  head to head, The blame game is all about what politicians said"

“The silt Polley aftermath: accusers head to head,
The blame game is all about what politicians said”

“Once more with Feline!”

A Feline Documentary is looking for pet cats with "adventurous and unusual characters". [which would be everyone's pet cat!]

The CBC is looking for pet cats with “adventurous and unusual characters”,[which would be everyone's pet cat!], to star in its Feline Documentary: “The Lion in Your Living-room”.

Half the Songs My Mother taught me

A Calgary radio station , using the slogan "Now Twice the Music!", has cut all the pop hits it plays in half in order to cater to listeners' decreasing attention spans.

A Calgary radio station , using the slogan “Now Twice the Music!”, has cut all the pop hits it plays in half in order to cater to listeners’ decreasing attention spans.

Gati Nero

Laszlo Gati, Canadian conductor,[Victoria and Windos Symphonies], and tireless promoter of the Arts has died at age 89

Laszlo Gati, Canadian conductor,[Victoria and Windos Symphonies], and tireless promoter of the Arts has died at age 89

A Likely Story!

CEO of Imperial Mines, Bryan Kynoch, downplayed the extent of the disaster after a mine tailings pond burst sending over 5 million meters of contaminated sludge into Hazeltine Creek and Quesnel Lake. He stated that the water was still safe to drink despite the fact that a state of emergency has been declared as the toxic sludge, which contains  chemicals such as arsenic and heavy metals, has contaminated the water supply and threatens the salmon run and the entire ecosystem.

Imperial Mines CEO  Bryan Kynoch downplayed the extent of the disaster after a mine tailings pond burst sending over 5 million meters of contaminated sludge into Hazeltine Creek and Quesnel Lake near Likely B.C.. He stated that the water was still safe to drink despite the fact that high levels of toxic chemicals such as arsenic cadmium and mercury  triggered a total water-use ban, killed fish, threatened the salmon run and the entire ecosystem and resulted in a state of emergency being declared for the region.

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