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Oye! News from Canada
The CEO of the Centerplate who was recently entangled in a controversy related to animal rights, Desmond Hague, has announced to resign from his position after being caught kicking a puppy in a downtown Vancouver elevator on camera. The announcement was made by the Centerplate’s board of
Progressive Conservative leadership candidate, Thomas Lukaszuk, has declared his intention to invite the province’s auditor general to investigate the travel and expense records of all cabinet ministers. The decision was made on Monday, after it was revealed that Mr. Lukaszuk recently paid back
School board officials have predicted that teachers strike is expected to continue well into September after all chances of timey mediation were crushed and hence classes were formally cancelled for Tuesday’s scheduled opening day. Consequently, several school districts have publicly warned
Staff, management and the owner of a popular Montreal bar, Bar Saint-Sulpice, have been accused of homophobia after a controversial event of kicking out two men from the bar who were kissing. The incident took place at one of the most busies hot spot in Montreal's Latin Quarter, where the students
Investigators from the 21 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing 59 year-old female.
Linda Dimauro was last seen at her residence on Marblehead Crescent, Brampton, at approximately 2:00 p.m. on Monday, September 1, 2014.
Students at a Quebec elementary school, College de Saint-Ambroise, will definitely be among the happiest students in the country as they prepare to return to school, since it has introduced a near-complete ban on homework. The school enlists 339 students in the province's Saguenay region and the
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