Someone threatened to burn Glooscap statue after Cornwallis memorial taken down
The same person who threatened a Halifax councillor for supporting the removal of the Cornwallis statue also threatened to burn down the Glooscap statue, according to documents obtained through a freedom-of-information request.
Robots allowing remote workers to have more independence in their office
Pierre-Olivier DesMarchais can control this robot at his office in Ottawa from his home in Montreal
Canada Basketball president/CEO Michele O'Keefe steps down
The organization announced Wednesday that Michele O'Keefe is stepping down from her role as president/CEO on June 30. O'Keefe has accepted a position as associate director, athletics and recreation in her hometown of Welland, Ont.
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Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Audio L1
Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox
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Plastic is choking our world, and artist Douglas Coupland's unprecedented new installation shows how
Winnipeg-born triathlete Tyler Mislawchuk on how to train your brain for the perfect race
Winnipeg worker dies at city's water treatment plant
Research that slayed the 'Newfoundland curse' wins Governor General's Award
Saskatoon food program CHEP devastated after truck catches fire
Saskatoon councillors vote against banning union, corporate donations in elections
Carson Crosses Canada
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