Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Saturday Night Live addresses Harvey Weinstein allegations

NBC's Saturday Night Live took on the Harvey Weinstein scandal this week after noticeably staying away from the disgraced mogul the previous weekend. One of the comedy...

Smokers pay more, but it’s tobacco companies, not the government, cashing in

Cigarette prices have increased in Canada over the past two years, but they've done so gradually, without any major federal tax hikes, providing a...

Tater Tot Breakfast Casserole

Tater tots plus eggs plus sausage equals a one-skillet breakfast casserole you can eat all week long. Call it a hot dish or call...

Mi’kmaw playwright recounts family’s Halifax Explosion story from ‘nearly forgotten’ Turtle Grove

A Mi'kmaw playwright is 'picking up the pieces' of her family's history 100 years after their traditional Mi'kmaq community faced the full...

Coffee, Tea or Me? ghost writer, Donald Bain, dead at 82

Donald Bain, a prolific author and ghost writer whose credits included such popular crime series as Murder, She Wrote and the racy...

Cocoa Coconut Macaroons

These Cocoa Coconut Macaroons are like a cross between a classic macaroon and a fudgy brownie.Photography Credit: Cindy RaheI am so excited to share...

Stay or leave: Vancouver’s artists face dwindling studio space, insecure housing

Artists are one group hit particularly hard by Vancouver’s affordability crisis, losing studio space and homes as real estate prices soar, and...

Harper Lee estate sues over Broadway’s Mockingbird play

The estate of To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee has sued the producer of an upcoming Broadway adaptation, arguing that writer...

Trump win fuels donations, IUD demand at Planned Parenthood

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Planned Parenthood is reporting a spike in donations and demand for long-acting contraceptives since Donald Trump's election as U.S. president while abortion foes hope to gain momentum in their quest to cut public funding to the women's health organization....

‘Very harmful’: Poundmaker Cree Nation not happy with chief’s portrayal in Civilization video game

A Saskatchewan First Nation isn't happy with the portrayal of a historic chief in a strategy video game. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/poundmaker-cree-nation-chief-civilization-video-game-1.4473089?cmp=rss

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