July 28, 1914

100 years ago Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated at Sarajevo: the event which led to the start of WWI

100 years ago Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated at Sarajevo: the event which led to the start of WWI

“Well I guess it’s back to the horses”

A luxury jet, bought by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for $8 million, was sold at auction for only $1.8 million.

A luxury jet, bought by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for $8 million, was sold at auction for only $1.8 million.

Just Gettin’ me “sea-Legos” back

Pieces of Lego have been washing up on an English beach for the past 17 years.    [5 million pieces were washed overboard after a freight ship was hit by a huge wave]

Pieces of Lego have been washing up on an English beach for the past 17 years. [5 million pieces were washed overboard after a freight ship was hit by a huge wave]

Farewell to Hugh Davidson

Canadian Hugh Davidson, champion of the Arts,  May 1930 - July 2014

Canadian Hugh Davidson, champion of the Arts, May 1930 – July 2014

“I didn’t know meat could expire twice”

McDonalds, Pizza Hut and KFC outlets in China sold meat and chicken that was past its expiry date. [Supplier Husi Food Co. repackaged old meat with new expiry dates.]

McDonalds, Pizza Hut and KFC outlets in China sold meat and chicken that was past its expiry date. [Supplier Husi Food Co. repackaged old meat with new expiry dates.]

CBC Star Bob McDonald becomes an Asteroid

Bob, McDonald, host of CBC's celebrated science show "Quirks and Quarks" has had an asteroid named after him.

Bob McDonald, host of CBC’s celebrated science show “Quirks and Quarks”, has had an asteroid named after him.

Airbus patents economy “Bicycle” seating

"I said I wanted to tour France, not the 'Tour de France'!"

“I said I wanted to tour France, not the ‘Tour de France’!”

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