Warm Topic Archives: canada

DIY Organ Transplants – Easier Than You Thought

By Brutal Times Health Watch Doctor Wayne McGillicutty, SMILES – You may have foolishly thought that major operations like transplants were best left to surgeons in hospitals, but one Toronto area man is seeking to change all that. “The myth […]

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I Don’t Like Rainy Days

By Lorna (Special to The Brutal Times)- I don’t like rainy days. I dunno, I guess it’s just because it requires that little extra effort and I’m so tucked out after giving the kids a bath the previous night and […]

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Canada`s Giraffe Hunt Begins

By Grande Chef Otto, VANCOUVER – VANCOUVER – With the arrival of the first bitter winter wind to this popular international tourist hotspot came also the first blasts and echoes of burpguns and mortars. No, Vancouver has not suddenly been […]

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Cheese: Legal Tender in Canada by 2014

By Marshall Stack, CANADA (Thornloe) -In the normally tepid hamlet of Thornloe, Ontario, there is an air brewing in the air. There is a buzz around the lone traffic light and the door of the convenience store is being opened and summarily closed far more often than usual. Why the sturm und drang?

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Plagiarism Scandal Rocks Toronto, Shatters New Year Calm

By Hank Bonner, TORONTO РMichael Conti, a Grade 10 student honor student at Toronto’s prestigious Central
Technical School found himself at the centre of a
fierce dispute between his parents, a highly-revered teacher, and
school administrators Thursday morning.

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Ringo Wrote John’s Songs

Starr, 78, was in snow-covered Toronto to promote his new film “Caveman 2”, a just-completed sequel to his 1986 smash “Caveman” – a film made entirely in Aramaic, a full twenty years before Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ”.

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Shibuya Model Wants To ‘Get Into Photography’

By Yves Dropper, Tokyo, SHIBUYA, Mon. Nov.26/Royal Host Restaurant 1:12pm – A sexy young Canadian model sitting alone in a nearly empty Tokyo Royal Host diner chatted intensely with an unseen female friend on the other end of her Docomo […]

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Teachers Buried Alive Inside Japanese English School

By Ohashi Jozu,TOKYO – Eileen Fuchenzie couldn’t wait to come to Japan. The 22 year-old Canadian philosophy major at York University spent months packing and re-packing die-hard Canadian staples like Kraft Dinner macaroni and cheese, ampules of maple syrup, and […]

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