Today in the city Cold Lake 18.12.2017
Universities Must Uphold Free Speech Or Lose Canadians' Trust

The recent scandal at Wilfrid Laurier University over a teaching assistant's use of footage of Jordan B. Peterson in class should make it clear that higher education in Canada is, literally, in crisis...


With loss of caliphate, Daesh could turn even more reckless and radical

The Sinai chapter is part of a larger constellation of regional affiliates and its attack could be a sign of a broader power struggle to take up Daesh’s leadership mantle now that the group’s self-dec...


Wiping Out Illegal Weed Industry Could Harm Canada’s Economy: Report

Numerous recent studies have extolled the economic benefits of legalizing marijuana, pointing to all the money to be made and tax revenue to be collected.But a new report from Capital Economics sugges...


Look: Toronto Beats NYC When It Comes To Finance Jobs

If you're in New York City looking for work in high finance, you may want to consider moving to Toronto. No, seriously.Canada's largest city and financial centre has seen jobs in finance soar over the...


Daily public transit use could pose hearing loss risk: study

A University of Toronto study suggests bursts of excessive noise on public transit could contribute to hearing loss among passengers who ride on a daily basis.


FCC unveils plan to end net neutrality, which could let U.S. telecom companies charge for access to sites like Netflix

If the FCC repeals net neutrality regulations, telecom companies may be able to charge people higher fees to access certain websites and online services. The companies may also be able to prioritize t...


Phoenix Pay System Fiasco Could Become Billion-Dollar Boondoggle, Auditor General Warns

OTTAWA — The federal government's chronic salary struggles could be on the verge of ballooning into a billion-dollar boondoggle, the auditor general says in a scathing review that hints the enti...


National Children’s Commissioner Could Make Canadian Kids More Resilient

Each year on Nov. 20, Canada recognizes National Child Day, a day to celebrate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which Canada ratified in 1991. Yet, it was only five years ago that a priva...


How To Stop A Pipeline In 4 Steps

How TAs the price of oil continues to stagger and the growth of renewables picks up pace all around the world, it's hard to understand why our governments are still pushing oil pipelines — but h...


'Very dire situation': Disappearance of Alberta's caribou threatens centuries-old way of life

As woodland caribou habitat dwindles, the threatened species' preservation pits the environment against economic interests in rural Alberta.


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