Ottawa bus driver lashes out at autistic rider - Ottawa - CBC News
Ottawa's transit service has launched an investigation after a YouTube video on the weekend appeared to show a city bus driver delivering an
Applied Arts Wire » Newfoundland campaign finds itself again
Published on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 by Peter Giffen · Target of St. John's has created two more commercials, with the usual stunnin
Neil Macdonald: How compromise became a dirty word in Washington - World...
As brinkmanship becomes the norm in this U.S. election year, some policy analysts, and even some long-serving Republicans, are calling out t
Applied Arts Wire » Dilbert goes nuts over logo design
Published on Friday, March 30th, 2012 by Peter Giffen. Yes, designers are used to having their proposed logos rejected. Perhaps they can pas
U.S. preacher admits he was wrong about apocalypse - World - CBC News
A preacher who spent millions of dollars to publicize his message of impending global doom has for the first time acknowledged his apocalypt
Halifax recycling more plastics - Nova Scotia - CBC News
Halifax is diverting tons of plastics away from landfills after the successful expansion of the region's recycling program.
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Bush: 'Our Long National Nightmare Of Peace And Prosperity Is Finally Over'
WASHINGTON, DC—Mere days from his inauguration, president-elect Bush vowed to undo the damage not done by the Clinton Administration.