As protestors continued to swarm the streets of Cairo in celebration of the resignation of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian-Canadians in Saskatoon also celebrated ”” just a little more casually.
In the ongoing guessing game of whether the Place Riel renovations are on budget or not, this week council learned that the projects will cost about $50,000 more than anticipated. Also, other news.
A new technique to date dinosaur bones developed by a University of Alberta researcher may prove that dinosaurs lived up to 700,000 years past previously recognized extinction dates.
The practice of pushing protesters together and encircling them is a controversial crowd-control tactic known as “kettling.” It has been declared illegal in some countries, but continues to be used in others to subdue mass demonstrations.
According to a recent budget update report tabled in Parliament, the federal government requires millions of dollars to keep its Canada Student Loans Program afloat.
While your friends are spending frivolously on heart-shaped knick-knacks and overpriced Hallmark cards, you’re sitting at your computer, clicking through your ex’s Facebook album. You wish your love life would pick itself up off the ground. But it won’t.
The news of the mass killing of approximately 100 husky sled dogs has left Canadians reeling.
Marketing students at the University of Saskatchewan recently set to the task of selling ultimate Frisbee with the goal of winning cash.