33 Things Americans Should Know About Canada. Seriously.
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American Thanksgiving vs Canadian Thanksgiving: Which Came First and How Do Our Traditions Vary?
Thanksgiving foods and traditions are similar in both Canada and the US. But Canadian Thanksgiving has a unique history that sets it apart.
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How companies use personal data to charge different people different prices for the same product | CBC News
You know how after browsing online, the ads you see are suddenly about whatever you were looking for? Now a Marketplace investigation reveals it's not just ads that your browsing history affects — it's also the prices you're offered.
Canada 150 rink to stay for February — but hockey still a no-no
The extension on the $5.6-million rink was a sudden change from the plan unveiled a day earlier, which saw the rink set to close Jan. 1.
B.C. government seeks public input on electoral reform referendum | CBC News
Beginning Nov. 23 and open until Feb. 28, the public is invited to fill out an online questionnaire and make comments on various aspects of the electoral system, including their preferred voting system, ballot design, and the distribution of public funding for designated groups to campaign.
Huh? No hockey sticks or pucks on Parliament Hill’s $5.6-million ice rink that celebrates Canada’s birthday
The multimillion “Canada 150 Rink” will cost $215,000 per day and close after less than a month on Jan. 1.
Making Every Vote Count: Is Proportional Representation the Wave of the Future? / myLot
In roughly 90 minutes, the Parliament of Canada will vote to accept or reject the recommendations of a committee report on electoral reform. One of the major...
Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) / myLot
On the weekend, my husband and oldest daughter went to take their firearms safety training. The gentleman who gives the classes here is retiring soon, so they...
Inspiring Teacher Boosts Awareness with Tech
A Mother's Reflections on a Memorable School Project Justin Trudeau spoke to a group of Indigenous students in Saskatchewan yesterday. That made the news, especially after high school student Tahris Bear asked a hard question of the Prime Minister about the Third World living conditions in many Canadian First Nations communities. What didn’t make…
How to Stop Global Warming and Restore Democracy
“Are you sure about this?” “Why has it always been done this way?” “How can we do it differently next time?” These are the questions Prime Minister Trudeau says we need to be asking. It’s important to question the status quo, says he, and often it is the youth who are the best…
Massacre at the École Polytechnique – December 6, 1989
Just after 5 pm on December 6th 1989, a deeply troubled young man entered a classroom at the École Polytechnique de Montréal, the engineering school at the University of Montreal. Twenty minutes later, it was all over. Marc Lépine was upset because he had been refused admission to the school. He sought to kill young
Electoral Reform: Are You For Or Against Electronic Voting?
The government of Canada is set to vote on electoral reform. Specifically, the members of Parliament have to decide whether or not to act on the recommendations of a committee that looked into the status of democracy in our country. It's interesting to me that the report recommends against electronic voting, even though it makes