Farmers are working to complete the harvest which is considerably behind this year. Spring was late, reducing that ‘window of opportunity’ to produce a crop before frost damages nature’s bounty.
Every year more than two thousand bus drivers are attacked in Canada and sometimes they are very seriously hurt. It’s a tough job and the people behind those wheels deserve better.
They call it Sunset Country, and in August it starts to set a lot sooner. After about the middle of the month, lots of the ‘summer people’ as they’re referred to by the locals pull their boats out of the water, and that’s it for the season.
Police regard the current law as a nuisance and a waste of their time. Most often when they find someone with less than 30 grams of mary jane, they tell them to just get rid of it, and be more careful.
The minority separatist government of Pauline Marois will soon introduce a Charter of Quebec Values, which may prohibit the wearing of all religious headwear and other personal religious symbols in all public institutions.
Soon to be ex-MP and Transport Committee Chair, Merv Tweed, has been hired by Omnitrax Canada rail company, which may soon ship oil by train to the Port of Churchill.
G Mail has admitted in a private submission in a U.S. court that their users have “no reasonable expectation of privacy” when it comes to the messages they tap out on their little keyboards.
There are not many musical acts that can fill a large stadium these days, especially with folks who are in their 60’s and 70’s. Then there is Sir Paul McCartney who played Winnipeg on Monday.
Beggars on the street are an easy target. If you’re worried about them, and don’t want to drop coins in the hat, maybe think about giving to your local food bank instead.
Most baseball fans seem to have long ago abandoned the idea that professional athletes are role models that our kids should look up to.