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Brothers free eagle from trap | Sudbury Star
When Chelmsford brothers Michael and Neil Fletcher went into the bush near Windy Lake on Tuesday, they were looking for a few grouse to shoot. Instead they found an eagle to save.
Quebec town makes stand for English
After having its English-language signage kiboshed by Quebec’s language police, the town of St-Lazare, Que., has figured out how to strike back: By removing the French, too.
Sudbury, Ont., brothers free bald eagle from trap
It's not every day that you get to take a picture with a bald eagle, but two brothers in Sudbury did just that after rescuing the bird from a hunting trap. Now, their efforts are being applauded by a local bird expert.
Free Ottawa yoga class scrapped over ‘cultural issues’
Just when you thought things couldn’t get more politically correct…. The Ottawa Sun has a story that will leave you flabbergasted. Because of “cultural appropriation”, student leaders have pulled the mat out from University of Ottawa students. The teachin
Peel cops shoot suspected suicide bomber
Hours after the horrific terror attacks
in Paris, a stand-off unfolded between
police officers and a suspected suicide
bomber in a Mississauga neighbourhood,
the Toronto Sun has learned.
RCMP accused of rewriting history of Parliament Hill attack
The union representing House of Commons security guards has written to the RCMP expressing shock at what it calls an insult to the courage of its members. The guards are threatening to boycott an awards ceremony to honour those who showed bravery by stopp
Balancing Diwali celebrations on Remembrance Day
One of the biggest parties in Indian culture has fallen on one of Canada's most solemn occasions. Diwali is also known as the Festival of Lights. Fireworks are a major part of the celebrations and festival organizers wanted to know whether fireworks were
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