Welcome to the CKA Canada News
CKA News is a user driven social news system. Members submit Canada news links from around the web,
making CKA your one stop source for Canadian News!
News is seperated into various topics, clicking a topic name will allow you to view news from just that topic.
Stories that are Canadian or related to Canada have a Canada flag beside there title.
You can also comment on the Canada news using one of the 3 methods. Click the "comment" link under the news title will reveal a drop down box where you can comment.
Additionaly clicking the news title will open a new window where you can view the story with a side bar from which you can comment from.
Finaly you can comment from within the canadian current events forum
Brent Butt voices support for comedian Jen Grant
Saskatchewan-born comedian Brent Butt has come out swinging against sexual harassment faced by female comedians after Toronto comedian Jen Grant says she was heckled to the point she felt "objectified" by a man in the audience at a country club where she
AdBlock Plus mobile browser could devastate publishers
Ad blocking companies are moving into the mobile market, which could devastate websites dependent on ad revenue. Experts say there's a simple solution, however: make less annoying ads, and people won't need ad blockers.
Free speech on the run, even in the home of the brave
Constitutionally protected speech, no matter how offensive, is a glorious and uniquely American invention, Neil Macdonald writes. But these days it seems to be under attack from thought police everywhere, even in the U.S.
Iraq lacks 'will to fight' ISIS, U.S. says
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria's takeover of the Iraqi city of Ramadi shows that Iraqi forces do not have the "will to fight," U.S. Defence Secretary Ash Carter says.
NameAFerry contest comes back to haunt B.C. Ferries
When B.C. Ferries announced a contest to name its three new foreign-built boats, the high-priced executives in those cushy corporate offices thought they’d struck public-relations gold. Instead, they tapped into a deep well of public resentment and anger