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
Swedish company implants microchips in its staff
It is hoped that eventually around 700 employees from the Epicenter hi tech office block in the centre of Stockholm may eventually have the chips, which are the size of a grain of rice, implanted in their hands.
Canucks' Miller downs former team as Vancouver tops Sabres
Ryan Miller made 22 saves in his first game against his former team Friday as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Buffalo Sabres 5-2. Chris Higgins, with a goal and an assist, Bo Horvat, Yannick Weber, Nick Bonino and Radim Vrbata scored for Vancouver (27-
Fracking linked to 4.4 magnitude quake in Fox Creek
Alberta's energy regulator says a significant earthquake in the province last week was likely caused by hydraulic fracturing. Scientists say that if that's true, it will have been the largest earthquake ever to happen as a result of an industrial operatio
Calgary police investigate homicide of four-year-old girl
Calgary police say the death of a four-year-old girl last month has been ruled a homicide. Emergency crews responded to a call about a child in medical distress at an east-end home on Dec. 19. Police say Olive Rebekah Oluwafemi wasn't breathing and was in
Stephen Harper takes aim at terror, opposition gets dinged
The rollout of the new terror legislation went well, mostly. The prime minister's speech was clear and well staged. A friendly crowd applauded on cue. But it wasn't all statesman, all the time. It's an election year, after all, writes Terry Milewski.