Canada: Leaving our carbon footprint in the snow. (Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara/Detroit Photo Co./Library of Congress/FLICKR)
This past Thursday was national "Take Our Kids to Work Day" but if one disgruntled employee of an insurance firm in Winnipeg, Manitoba, sees his lawsuit through, his office will not be celebrating that or any other holidays ever again.
Newfoundland MP Lyle Pender explains to us why he is petitioning the government to make all of the other Canadian provinces issue his province an official apology.
We profile the Clearwater Casino in Burnaby, B.C. Canada's first "no gambling" casino.
Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the interview we ran last week with the Kingston, Ontario mother who is trying to have Halloween regulated by her city council because she believes it is too scary. Not only did it prompt you to call, but this story also prompted CTV's Canada AM to hold a panel discussion about whether Halloween is too scary.
We're not the only news outlet to report on the Texas sugar water story this week, it appears that Australia's News.com also picked up on the story. We've also posted a photo that illustrates how much water is in each 8 oz. cup of water in Talon, Texas.
Texas town adds sugar to water supply to encourage residents to drink more water
Kingston, Ontario to ban "scary pumpkins" from Halloween next year
New list ranks Canadians as the most unattractive people in the world
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