Air travel may get slightly more intrusive if a Transport Canada proposal goes through giving airport security the power to break into your checked luggage if they deem it suspicious for any reason.
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The Quebec values charter — which is the Parti Quebecois’ transparent attempt to discriminate against Muslims, Sikhs and other minorities under the guise of secularism — got a big boost Sunday from Quebec icon Janette Bertrand.
In a just-released video, British freerunner James Kingston and a friend are seen scaling the Moscow Bridge in Kyiv where Kingston dangles his climbing partner over the edge with one hand. The video they shot of their crazy stunt is fucking terrifying.
This “Generic Brand Video” shows that as long as you have lots of random words and images strung together to piano music, you can pretty much sell anything.
Irwin Cotler is one of the 13 Canadians now banned from entering Russia as part of its retaliatory sanctions against Canada over the annexation of Crimea. But according to Cotler, he didn’t have much interest in visiting anyway — because that’s where he was poisoned!
Edward Snowden made a surprise appearance at the TED conference in Vancouver Tuesday to speak about NSA stuff, and he did so using a remote-controlled robot with a screen broadcasting live video from his hideout in Russia. This truly is the future.
Everybody in Canada hates the telecoms, and if they don’t, they probably live in Manitoba or Saskatchewan.
Chicago has dumped tons of dye into the Chicago River as part of the weekend’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, turning the water a bright radioactive green.
A 21-year-old running for a seat in the Quebec National Assembly is staying on the ballot despite an embarrassing “naked” photo of him making the rounds, which is hopefully a sign that we’re all ready to stop being shocked by politicians’ indecent photos.
The greatest Jeopardy! champ since Ken Jennings has finally been defeated.
At a Television Academy ceremony on Tuesday where six people were inducted into the TV Hall of Fame, Bill Maher had the honour (?) of introducing Jay Leno and defending his record as Tonight Show host.
Director Tatia PIlieva got 20 perfect strangers together and paired them up to make out.
In case you’re still spending energy getting around the Globe and Mail paywall, editor John Stackhouse gives you good reason to become a paying subscriber.
If Rob Ford had any grace, he would retire after the humiliation he suffered at the hands of Jimmy Kimmel on his ABC show Monday night.