Month: September 2019

Local boy Scoble commits to Force

The Western Force continue to lock away their squad for 2017, signing local cult hero Harry Scoble. The 22-year-old had

The One Big Problem With A Zero-Growth Economy

Intentionally or not, climate activist Greta Thunberg started a debate this week about the wisdom, or lack thereof, of a

Jagmeet Singh Doubles Down On Donald Trump Impeachment Remark

OTTAWA — NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh closed a town hall Friday by doubling down on comments he made a day

Confession Video Found With Murder Suspects Bryer Schmegelsky, Kam McLeod Contained No Motive

SURREY, B.C. — Two suspects confessed to the murders of three people in northern British Columbia in several videos taken

Canadians Prove No Town Is Too Small For A Climate Strike

Climate strikes aren’t just for big city folks.  There were 278 demonstrations across Canada to call for action on climate

Super Hooper claims second John Eales Medal

Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper has claimed a runaway John Eales Medal win, becoming the fourth player to claim the highest

Severe Lung Illness In Quebec 1st Case Linked To Vaping In Canada

MONTREAL — Health Canada says a severe pulmonary illness recently diagnosed in Quebec is the country’s first confirmed case connected

Calgary Grandfather Allan Perdomo Lopez Sentenced For Death Of 5-Year-Old Emilio Perdomo

CALGARY — A judge who sentenced a man Friday to nine years in prison for killing his young grandson said

Canadians Prove No Town Is Too Small For A Climate Strike

Climate strikes aren’t just for big city folks.  There were 278 demonstrations across Canada to call for action on climate

In Victoria, Climate Change Is At The Heart Of An Intriguing, 3-Way Race

VICTORIA — “I’m really afraid of the future that my son is going to face.” Charles Campbell is sitting in