|Posted by Jeff on November 6, 2010 at 11:37 AM||comments (0)|
An elderly, wrinkled white man boarded a plane in Hong Kong and a young, baby-faced Asian man deplaned in Vancouver in what Canadian authorities are calling an "unbelievable" case of disguised identity.
Disguised passenger's security breach 'very troubling,' public safety minister ... Globe and Mail Credible tips on terror threats come in daily: Toews
|Posted by Jeff on November 5, 2010 at 4:14 PM||comments (0)|
Have You Ever Considered Working Online?
Kelly Richards of Abbotsford, BC never thought that she would, until curiosity got the best of her and she filled out a simple online form. Before she knew it, she discovered her secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for her family while at home with her three children.
I read Kelly's blog last month and decided to feature her story in our weekly consumer report. In our phone interview she told me her amazing story. "I ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:57 PM||comments (0)|
'Saw' and 'Scream' can't compare to the frightening flick that earned the most tickets at the box office. The winner
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|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:56 PM||comments (0)|
Frozen yogurt company plans to take Toronto, then launch 100 stores across the country. Hot treat for celebs.
A Toronto storefront that was once the centre of a firestorm over the Canadian invasion by Starbucks, targeted as a symbol of creeping globalization, takes on a new fame-seeking identity this weekend.
But, instead of Frappuccinos, the main draw will be frozen yogurt.
Menchie's, based in Encino, Calif., will open a flagship location at 511 Bl...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:54 PM||comments (0)|
The first time Dean Gunnarson tried this, officials had to scramble to bring him back to life. Stunt scared even Houdini
Dean Gunnarson has made a living dealing in death.
The Winnipeg, Manitoba, native isn't a mercenary or undertaker, but a successor to Harry Houdini and his death defying stunts. This Halloween, on the 84th anniversary of Houdini's death, Gunnarson will be taking on a stunt that terrified the master himself.
In his hometown, Gunna...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:51 PM||comments (0)|
Our existence on Earth may come to a grinding halt if one of these events actually occurs. 'Economic Hiroshima'
Meteor collisions, disease, famine, nuclear war, natural disasters, cosmic catastrophe? Is the end upon us or are we just being paranoid?
The end, whenever it occurs, could take several forms. Which one is most likely?
Ask an astrophysicist who thinks he knows.
Vote for the threat you think is most imminent./li>
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|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:49 PM||comments (0)|
A Canadian city is given a prestigious award for having the 'best' transit on the continent. 'So well-deserved'
|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:47 PM||comments (0)|
An extreme close-up of this Cincinnati riverfront scene yields an intriguing pair of figures.
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Very early photographic images of humans discovered
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In the steady barrage of images that make up the digital age, it's almost impo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:45 PM||comments (0)|
An intense hit of 'La Nina' will mean a big shift in temperatures halfway through the season.
The return of the La Nina effect means winter across Canada this year will not be a repeat of last year's balmy temperatures in many parts of the country, instead changing to a much colder, traditional one.
"The first half of winter will probably not be as winter-like, compared to the second half, where La Nina will kick in and be more of a dominant...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Jeff on October 30, 2010 at 3:42 PM||comments (0)|
The identity of the Lotto Max winner is a mystery, but where the lucky numbers were purchased isn't.
TORONTO - There is one winning ticket for the $50-million jackpot in Friday’s Lotto Max draw, and it was sold somewhere in British Columbia.
Three of the nine MaxMillion prizes that were up for grabs were also claimed.
One winning ticket for a million dollar prize was sold in B.C. and another ...Read Full Post »