A Toronto-based fashion magazine is looking for a designer who, right off the bat, would be tasked with laying out the magazine’s front page. Must have own computer and software, meet strict deadlines — oh, and not expect any money for all the work.
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Andrew Cohen, a Carleton University journalism professor and syndicated columnist, has written a garbage column on the narcissism of the modern age that ought to get him fired.
Chuck Strahl, who was in the House of Commons from 1993 to 2011, is now currently serving a five-year term as head of the country’s spy watchdog, the Security Intelligence Review Committee, where he is privy to most of the country’s intelligence. The only problem is that he’s also a lobbyist for energy giant Enbridge.
Aunt May asks Peter Parker to pick up some things from the grocery store, where Spider-Man will face his ultimate test.
A Montreal cop has been caught on video threatening a to tie a homeless man to a pole amid severe winter weather.
When I heard James Avery had died on New Year’s Eve, I felt… something. I doubt I’m alone in this. Anyone who grew up watching TV in the ’90s has some kind of connection to the character of Uncle Phil, the stern but loving father figure and moral centre of the show.
E-Comm is the emergency services operator for Southern B.C., an area that includes Whistler and the Metro Vancouver area, among others. They get about a million 911 emergency calls a year, and on Monday they released their top 10 most absurd calls of 2013.
If ever you needed proof that legacy media companies have no fucking clue about the internet, here’s an absolutely cringeworthy Globe and Mail video trying to explain the two top memes of 2013 to the newspaper readership.
Here’s Laval economics prof and contributor to such august publications as the Globe and Mail and Maclean’s magazine, expressing indifference to the plight of his own students who graduate from university with enormous debt loads.
There are way too many shitty Rob Ford videos out there, but this Rob Ford “Perfect Day” video — set to the Lou Reed song of the same name — is well done and kind of beautiful.
Have you ever wanted a personal greeting from disgraced Senator Mike Duffy? Well you’re in luck!
A wicked scheme’s afoot in Ottawa, and all the parties are in on it. A new confidentiality agreement being foisted on Hill staffers in Ottawa would prevent them from speaking about their time in Parliament for the rest of their lives.
Are you planning on ruining your liver in a trip around the world? Here’s a handy guide to the distinct drinks of 80 different countries.
"I can't think in terms of like, time and shit, Rachel."
When a couple started breaking up on a Brooklyn rooftop, comedian Kyle Ayers did the only responsible thing and live-tweeted every excruciating moment.
Canadaland host Jesse Brown has a new video out exploring a quid-pro-quo agreement between the federal government and the CBC, in which the public broadcaster went all out to cover a salvage operation in the arctic that just so happened to be a pet project of Stephen Harper’s. The price tag to get Peter Mansbridge up north: $65,000