Winter finally came to Toronto this week, with snow falling — and promptly melting — on Saturday and Sunday. But lest the urbane people of Canada’s largest city forget how easy they have it compared to the hardscrabble peoples of outer Canada (the rest of the country), lest they even for one second mistake their light, pleasant winter wonderland for the shadowy thunderdome that is prairie winter, let us now check in on two of the prairies’ largest cities.
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After revamping the rules on licensing for legal marijuana distribution, Health Canada awarded the first two new licenses to a Saskatoon firm called Prairie Plant Systems Inc., which sounds exactly like the covert name for a drug-running operation.
Last week, as prairie folks’ thoughts turned to spring from the unending hell that is their winter, Saskatoon police ticketed an unnamed armless man for driving without wearing a seatbelt, despite the fact that he can’t put a seatbelt on himself.
Based on this sketch from Nick Kroll’s new Comedy Central show, Kroll Show, it appears the supposed New York native is actually from Canada. What else could explain this pitch-perfect satire of Degrassi and, indeed, Canadian culture?
Saskatoon’s city council has postponed debate on whether or not a red-light district would be appropriate in the city.
Are you looking for “Mexican items”? Do you look around your kitchen at the lack of margaritas and piñatas and just shake your head in (non-Mexican) shame?
An Ontario science advocacy group (read:a bunch of virgin poindexters) has taken umbrage at Catholic Church officials in Saskatoon who, apparently, still believe in demon possession and exorcism.