- Athabasca UniversityPolitical Science, 2015 - 2016
- Douglas CollegeInternational & Intercultural Studies, 2008 - 2011
- St. John's SchoolSecondary School, 1988 - 1992
Gene Wilder Dead: ‘Young Frankenstein’ Star Was 83 | Variety
Gene Wilder, who regularly stole the show in such comedic gems as “The Producers,” “Blazing Saddles,” “Young Frankenstein,” “Willy Wonka and
Vancouver to Toronto - $330 to $383 CAD roundtrip including taxes | Octo...
WestJet has dropped the price of their October flights from Vancouver, BC to Toronto down to between $330 and $383 CAD roundtrip including t
Europe's top Olympic official arrested in Rio over tickets sales - BBC News
Irishman Patrick Hickey, who heads the European Olympic Committees, is arrested in a police raid on his hotel room in Rio over illegal ticke
World Championship Bathtub Races - Nanaimo Marine Festival
The 2016 Nanaimo Marine Festival & World Championship Bathtub Races will be held Thursday, July 21 to Sunday, July 24 at Maffeo Sutton Park.
Known for ancient fossils, N.L.'s Mistaken Point now a UNESCO World Heri...
A Newfoundland ecological reserve that bears the oldest known evidence of multi-cellular life is now a World Heritage Site.
It’s official: AccorHotels acquires FRHI Hotels & Resorts
PARIS — Hotel mergers are all the rage it seems, with the latest players being AccorHotels and FRHI Hotels & Resorts (FRHI).
Trudeau’s Liberals would sweep House of Commons seats if vote held today...
Forum Research poll projects Trudeau would sweep House of Commons seats if vote held today.
Holocaust survivor accompanies Justin Trudeau on Auschwitz visit
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid an emotional visit on Sunday to the Auschwitz-Birkenau, the site of the former Nazi death camp, in southe
B.C.ers-first policy urged for provincial campsites
Okanagan families deserve more places to camp in provincial parks, BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver says.
'This is a very happy place to be day in, day out': readers on life in C...
To mark Canada Day on 1 July we asked readers what it’s really like living in the country, how Canada is perceived from the outside and what
Austria court annuls presidential elections citing ‘irregularities’ | To...
The decision to overturn presidential elections has given Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer a second chance at the office.
Court overturns Northern Gateway pipeline approval
The Federal Court of Appeal has overturned approval of Enbridge's controversial Northern Gateway project after finding Ottawa failed to prop
Norway 'to completely ban' petrol powered cars by 2025
Norway will ban the sale of all fossil fuel-based cars in the next decade, continuing its trend towards becoming one of the most ecologicall
Google wants to kill off the password by the end of the year
Google is set to begin testing a new login method which replaces passwords with a 'trust-based' system which monitors
Hudson's Bay Company opening stores in Netherlands | Toronto Star
The first of 20 stores are expected to launch in summer 2017 under the Hudson’s Bay and Saks OFF 5th banners.
B.C. Greens recruiting backroom heavyweights to prepare a full slate for...
The province’s 2017 general election is less than one year away and the B.C. Green Party is clicking into campaign mode.
Fort McMurray SPCA spent the weekend rescuing pets—in secret
The local SPCA was allowed into Fort McMurray to rescue pets, but the group said it was on one condition: the crew wasn't allowed to provide