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- Canada Is The Only G8 Country Without Flood Protection For Homeowners
- Canadian Ads For Economic Action Plan Costs Taxpayers $26 Million
- Toronto Saved in 1999 By The Military In Fight Against Blizzard
- Police Shortage In Ohio Leads To Reduced Standards
- America’s Lenient Stance on Celebrities Breaking The Law
- Energy Crisis: Lights Out For South Korean Businesses
- Traditional Scottish Dish Haggis – Banned In The US
- America Has The Highest Incarceration Rate In The World
- Long Emergency Room Wait Time in Canada Provokes Man To Take Drastic Measures
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- Swedish Profiling Tactics – Being Too Muscular
- Two Airline Crew Members Face Jail Time in Dubai Because Of “Sexy” Texts
Posted on March 28, 2011 | No CommentsThe U.S Department Of Justice has ordered the Dayton Police Department to lower its testing standards for recruits because not enough people are passing. The re-standardization comes amidst a serious...
Posted on March 6, 2011 | 1 CommentHaggis is traditional Scottish dish made of a sheep’s pluck, that is, their heart, liver and lungs. The pluck is combined with minced with onion, suet, oatmeal, spices, salt and...
Posted on February 22, 2011 | No CommentsMalawi is a country situated in southeast Africa with a population of 13,900,000 people. The current democratic government faces many social and economic challenges, as the country is one of...
Posted on February 19, 2011 | 2 CommentsThere has been a wave of interest towards fitness and health in Sweden over the past decade, with more gyms showing up and more muscular physiques developing. Naturally with a...
Posted on February 12, 2011 | No CommentsDubai has exploded into a major hub of global business and tourism due to its year round sunny weather and tax free income policy. It still remains a largely conservative...
Posted on January 20, 2011 | No CommentsOfficials in the small town of Reconvilier, Switzerland have thought of a new way to generate extra income for their budget needs. They re-discovered a law established back in 1904...
Posted on January 16, 2011 | No CommentsItalian streets across popular cities, such as Rome, Milan and Florence, are swarming year round with tourists on vacation . These sightseers often want to bring back souvenirs from their...
Posted on January 15, 2011 | No CommentsThe predominate religion in Bhutan is Buddhism, one of the oldest major religions to date. Buddhist doctrines and philosphy have been interpreted by Bhutan lawmakers as specifying smoking cigarettes as...
Posted on January 15, 2011 | No CommentsLen Gratto, an elderly citizen of Mission, British Columbia, has recently felt the wrath of local city officials acting on an outrageous law. Under current municipal laws in British Columbia,...
Posted on January 14, 2011 | No CommentsKinder Surprise, also known as the Kinder Egg, is a thin yet delicious chocolate egg with a hallow inside that holds a toy. This chocolate is made by Ferrero SpA,...