10 Dead in Mass Killing in Saskatchewan: Suspects at Large
RCMP are searching for Damien Sanderson, left, and Myles Sanderson.CBC News. Canadian authorities have identified Damien and Myles Sanderson, who were last seen driving a black Nissan Rogue with the Saskatchewan license plate 119 MPI in the Arcola Avenue area of Regina, Saskatchewan. Residents are warned not to approach and not to pick up hitchhikers.
A Conversation with Rising Music Star Jayd Ink
With her single and music video, “Queen St,” out now, we took some time to hear more from Jayd Ink. Read below to learn more about Jayd Ink, the story behind her single, and what’s to come.
When A Man’s Paranoia Ends In His Death
Blair Adams was a thirty-one-year-old Canadian resident working for a construction company in 1996. According to his family, he lived a relatively normal life until things began unraveling. The first signs began when he started having mood swings and episodes of insomnia. When pushed by his mother to explain just what was going on, he insisted that he couldn’t tell her about “it”. it is still a mystery as to what exactly “it” is referring to. However, it must have been something serious as he quickly emptied his savings account and gathered thousands of dollars in jewelry and gold. He then quit his job the next day and purchased a round-trip ticket to Germany. His flight was scheduled to leave the following day. Adams had a day to wait before leaving and may have felt the danger closing in. Later that night, he went to a friend’s house and told her that he needed to get across the border because his life was at risk. Blair had previously attempted to cross the border earlier but being a single male with all of those valuables fit him firmly into the description of a drug runner.
Canadian candy company seeks chief candy officer with $100,000 salary
Sweet Treats Candy Knolling Flatlay PhotoPhoto by Sarah Pflug from Burst. ”We are looking for a leader that can contribute to our wildest candy imaginations. Two key attributes that we are looking for are creativity and being bold." — CEO of Candy Funhouse, Jamal Hejazi, told Entrepreneur.
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Opinion: Pope Francis Is Expressing Remorse to the Indigenous Peoples of Canada
"An apology cannot make up for the harm caused to Indigenous people in Canada, but that Pope Francis will be delivering his church’s deep regret to the survivors and descendants of those who suffered at residential boarding schools nevertheless is significant." —The Santa Fe New Mexican (Our View)
High Heat Comes to the Maritimes
Stock picture of beachgoers under large umbrellasLynn Greyling/Publicdomainpictures.net. Millions of people across the Canadian Maritime provinces are in for the first major heat wave of the summer with humidex levels reaching as high as 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit). Environment Canada has issued weather warnings for most parts of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and all of Prince Edward Island.
An Interview with Chinese-Canadian Music Artist RED
Maximus Michael Ho (born March 16, 2001), known professionally as RED or Red Banzino, is an underground Chinese-Canadian rapper, singer-songwriter, designer, and artist. RED is best known for his songs “Expensive Taste” and “Friends (featuring Jay Sav)," where he continues his R&B/Hip-Hop journey despite beginning his lane-drifting style in 2017. Born in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, Maximus has lived in between the scenes of Toronto and London, Ontario, which had impacted the early days of RED’s experiences, and in turn, his music. RED continues to grow more and more embracing change in every aspect as he evolves as an artist.
Opinion: Social Media Highlights How Out of Touch People Are with the Reality of Many Canadians
Posts about the Rogers outages online show just how ignorant some are about many Canadian households. So as you may have heard, there was a bit of a kerfuffle with one of Canada’s largest internet and cell phone services providers, Rogers. Nearly all of their services to the entire country just went down overnight. It was the largest disruption in services leaving millions of Canadians scrambling on Friday.
A Conversation with Canadian Music Artist pisceze
With a mission to shape the world of music in her own way, pisceze infuses her emotional intelligence and Canadian upbringing in her songwriting to consistently deliver raw emotion and everyday introspection on love. Beginning in 2019 with her debut singles, “Like That” and “What’s Your Sign?” pisceze has immensely grown with her audience, staking a position in R&B music. Her talents have been gracefully recognized by the likes of BBC 1xtra, LinkUpTv, RBCxArtist, LiveNation, Earmilk, and Clout. She ended her initial year of artistry ranking on Complex Canada's list of "6 Artists We've Been Sleeping On."
Marching for LGBTQ+ Ukrainians in Toronto
traditional Ukrainian vyshanka patternIvan Honchar on Wikimedia - Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. Andrew Kushnir once thought he couldn't be gay and Ukrainian. When he was growing up, it seemed as if there was no such thing as "queer Ukrainian" and, when he came out as gay, he "felt like a unicorn."
Some houses in Vancouver, Canada, that are worth over 1 million dollars
I live in the most expensive city in North America. One of the regular topics of conversation here is the affordability crisis, and rightfully so. My generation has little chance of ever affording a home.
Man overcomes homelessness, opens his barbershop: "Tattoos seemed to work for me"
A man who lives in Victoria, British Columbia, managed to open his own barbershop called after a musical he used to like in his childhood. The road to having his business was full of struggles as he had to deal with homelessness and kept trying to put an end to addiction.
Canada To Ban Huawei and ZTE on Cellular Networks
The Canadian government has taken its time over many years. Now the network operators are to expand the equipment of Huawei and ZTE by 2027. Canada's Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne has said Huawei and ZTE equipment is too risky to be allowed on Canada's 5G networks. As the online magazine The Logic reports, the equipment must also be removed from LTE networks by 2027. Security Minister Marco Mendicino said on Twitter: "Today we announced our intention to ban Huawei and ZTE from access to Canada's telecommunications system." This was preceded by an intensive examination within the framework of the 5 Eyes secret service alliance.
Leah Harris Talks "Shine," Musical Influences, and More
Drew Bordeaux (@drewimages) With her single, “Shine,” out now, we took some time to hear more from Leah Harris. Read below to learn more about Leah Harris, the story behind her latest single, and what’s to come.
Couple stays in love for 20 years by talking on the phone: "Our calls reconnect me to those first feelings"
A married woman has her home far away from her friends, as she moved from the USA to Canada. Having so many loved ones at a distance, her phone has somehow become a love and friendship language for her.
World Famous Luxury Car Show Coming to Bardstown, Ky on May 30th. Gumball 3000
Bardstown's known world-wide for bourbon and small-town beauty. On Monday May 30th, the 22nd Annual Gumball 3000 Rally will visit Bardstown, Kentucky. The 22nd Annual Gumball 3000 luxury car show begins in Toronto, Canada and stopping in Bardstown, Ky March 30th before ending in Miami.Gumball 300.
How Did You Die?
In most cases, life is just a journey to the grave. I believe that we should live every day as if it were our last. After reading this poem by Edmund Vance Cooke, I realized how important it is to keep your head no matter what you're going through. This poem has a curious tone when the poet asks whether you have accepted life with a joyful and resolute heart.