• 7 Pieces of Fake News About the Latest U.S. Climate Report
    by John Nolte  – 30 Nov 2018
    Bjorn Lomborg is an environmentalist who believes in Climate Change. But he is not an alarmist. Because of that, he is […]

  • Common painkillers triple side effects of dementia, study says

    By – Najja Parker, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Common painkillers triple side effects of dementia, study says European […]

  • snowadminscotty1928 wrote a new post on the site Snowbird News 6 years ago

    Climate Change Has Run Its Course
    Its descent into social-justice identity politics is the last gasp of a cause that has lost its vitality.

    Steven F. Hayward

    June 4, 2018 6:54 p.m. ET
    497 […]

  • 12 Ways You Can Benefit From Ginger

    There are just so many ingredients that you’re told to add into your diet. Many doctors will tell you what you should eat, but not e […]

  • A hundred years ago today on the Western Front, 75 Canadian cavalrymen saved the day
    ‘It’s a charge, boys,’ Lt. Flowerdew bellowed, spurring his horse forward. Behind him, the troopers of C squadron drew their s […]

  • Tiger Woods didn’t win the Valspar Championship, but he proved once again that this comeback is unlike the rest

    Sunday, March 11, 2018

    PALM HARBOR, Fla. — This was d […]

  • Christie Blatchford: The disgraceful case against a man who dared carry a Canadian flag in Caledonia

    Christie Blatchford

    March 12, 2018
    10:41 PM EDT

    Whatever the government or the appeal court […]

  • The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth
    How excessive staffing, little competition, generous contracts and archaic rules dramatically inflate capital costs for transit in New York.

    By BRIAN M. ROSE […]

  • Ontarians will pay hundreds of millions of dollars for pointless new fuel standards
    Ross McKitrick and Douglas Auld: Ontario has jettisoned any pretense of economic logic in its climate policy mix
    Special to […]

  • It’s time to take another look at our tax system

    Canada, more than many countries, has embraced the dubious notion that corporate tax cuts are an economic panacea, a sure way to spur economic growth and drive […]

  • 100 years of Canadian income taxes

    You have to go back 65 years to 1952 to find the last year that people and corporations paid the same amount in income tax. Since then, the gap has steadily grown. Here’s h […]

  • Tiger Woods finds his rhythm, shoots solid 69 in return to competitive golf
    Steve DiMeglio, USA TODAY SportsPublished 4:38 p.m. ET Nov. 30, 2017
    NASSAU, Bahamas — On the fourth hole of his latest comeback, th […]

  •  Argonauts slay mighty Stampeders in epic, snowy Grey Cup

    Tim Baines, Postmedia Published:November 26, 2017

    OTTAWA — This is what makes the Canadian Football League wonderfully unique, a tre […]

  • Graphene Loophole Could Provide “Clean And Limitless” Energy In The Future

    By Jonathan O’Callaghan
    27 NOV 2017, 17:22

    Researchers say they have discovered an unusual property of graphene that means it […]

  • STUDY: Satellites Show No Acceleration In Global Warming For 23 Years

    MICHAEL BASTASCH 11/29/2017

    Global warming has not accelerated temperature rise in the bulk atmosphere in more than two decades, […]

  • Caribbean idylls, Mediterranean shipwrecks and Norwegian crags: The world’s 50 best beaches revealed… so is your version of paradise on the list?

    The best beach is Grace Bay in the Caribbean archipelago of […]

  • Teachers Attend ‘LGGBDTTTIQQAAP’ Sensitivity Training (WTF?)


    Gather ’round children! The Canadian Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontariohas some super interesting new […]

  • Ontario slowly closing in on the largest land-claims settlement in Canadian history
    The treaty negotiations cover 36,000 square kilometres, 86 municipalities and 1.1 million residents in the province

    Julius […]

  • OPINION: Abandoning coal would betray the poor

    This year’s edition of the Great Greenhouse Gas Show, COP23, has just been held in Bonn, Germany. During the event, Canada’s Env […]

  • Catching up on sleep over the weekend may not help the heart


    ANAHEIM, California — Using the weekend to catch up on sleep may not be good for heart health, a new study s […]

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