Folk artist breaks out of the cold
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The food is unhygienic, the water is dirty, and thereâ€™s one toilet for more than 250 people. One man has died because of the unsanitary conditions in which he, his family, and his friends were forced to live.
Feb. 15, 2010 Leave a Comment
Former governor Mitt Romney was attacked by a passenger on an Air Canada flight Monday morning. The former 2008 Republican presidential hopeful had been in Vancouver since Friday for the Winter Olympics, was attacked as he was leaving Vancouver with his wife, Ann According to Eric Fehrnstrom , Romney’s spokesman, Romney, 62, reportedly asked the [...]
Feb. 13, 2010 22 Comments
But world, don’t take that image of Canada home with you. It isn’t what life is like here. We don’t all live in the Arctic circle among the Orcas and the ice floes.
Jan. 22, 2010 Leave a Comment
Haiti. Just mentioning the country’s name makes people stop and listen, and hope what they hear is, for a change, good news. But there isn’t much in Haiti. People are dying preventable deaths, children are dying from broken bones. There is a lack of food, water and shelter for the Haitians.
Dec. 19, 2009 Leave a Comment
The developed world went through its industrial revolution with little regard for the environment, as it was not seen as a factor in those days. Now, as countries like India and China revolutionize, developed countries like Canada are demanding that they take action first?
Nov. 3, 2009 Leave a Comment
TORONTO — Here is the third edition of the Terra Podcast, where Blast’s world news reporter Sachin Seth visits a food bank and learns about the people who work and are served there. Many Food Banks around North America are in dire straits. Since the recession set in, many are finding it harder and harder [...]
July 3, 2009 1 Comment
AJEÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s reporting of not only Middle Eastern issues but also those issues that affect the forgotten areas of Latin America, Africa and Asia are without a doubt superior to those few pieces produced and released by CNN and the BBC.
Feb. 25, 2009 1 Comment
Health Canada, without any announcements, decided that any man who had had sex once with another man in the last five years would be banned from donating organs.
Feb. 18, 2009 Leave a Comment
Obama’s coming up to Ottawa tomorrow and Canadians are in a frenzy. Thousands of people are making their way to the nation’s capital, with the knowledge that catching even a fleeting glance of the 44th president will be nearly impossible.