UPDATE: ‘Dozens’ of Gunshots at Canadian Parliament; One Soldier Killed, One Gunman Dead [VIDEO]
There were "several shooting incidents in downtown Ottawa" Wednesday morning, according to Ottawa police. The shooter or shooters have not been identified, though at least one is believed to be deceased.
Watch A Truck Hauling Fireworks Explode Into Ill-Timed Celebration After Hitting A Moose
A truck carrying fireworks struck a moose on the Trans Canada Highway near Wawa, Ontario on Friday morning. The collision caused the vehicle's fuel tank to rupture and catch fire, and you know what happened next. Watch the video above for the impressive display (though the moose probably didn't enjoy it as much)...
Canada Has Eliminated the Penny
Even stacked together in a jar, all those pennies you have are fairly worthless. However, they may soon become collectors’ items. Canada, our neighbor to the North, has just eliminated the penny in their latest federal budget, following the example of nations like Australia and New Zealand. The Canadian national mint will stop producing the one-cent coin over the next six months, and businesses ha
Woman’s Lawn Stolen While on Vacation
It’s natural to worry about things when you leave for vacation. Did I turn the lights off? Are the doors locked? Did I take the trash out? What you don’t worry about, however, is your lawn being stolen. Maybe now you should. Canadian Denise Thompson went on a short vacation over the weekend with her children and when she returned, found that every square inch of her previously lush, green grass ha
NHL Player Picks Up Hitchhiking Bono in Canada
Edmonton Oilers' center Gilbert Brule could have sworn he saw U2 frontman Bono hitchhiking on the side of a Canadian road Tuesday. Kelsey Nichols, his girlfriend and the driver of the car that had allegedly just whizzed past the rock icon, had her doubts -- because why in the world would Bono be hitchhiking on the side of the road...
Canadian Parliament Member Air-Guitars While In Session [VIDEO]
Canadian Member of Parliament Graham Evans was caught on camera playing a little air-guitar in the House of Commons as Canada’s Defense Secretary was presenting a speech on military cuts. Evans denies strumming on an imaginary axe, and instead claims he was “just tapping” his fingers on a rolled up program. Read on to judge for yourself.