A team of salmon farmers are feeling pretty proud after they were able to rescue a bald eagle from an octopus off the northwest tip of Canada’s Vancouver Island.
The group was returning to their float house when they heard screeching and splashing sounds last Monday, according to salmon farmer John Ilett.
Who needs two weeks notice when you can resign with a song?
A Canadian Starbucks worker tells The Post he quit his barista job of 3 1/2 years with a song written especially for his boss, capturing the profanity-laden cafe performance in a video.
Anesti Danelis, 28, quit on Dec. 6 while strumming his acoustic guitar for his Starbucks customers, who watched in laughter as he sang about his hate for his boss.
The Federal Court of Canada has ordered the Canadian Human Rights Commission to reassess a work discrimination case of a man who claimed he was discriminated against — because he’s heterosexual.
In April 2017, Aaren Jagadeesh filed a complaint with the commission saying that his manager at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in Toronto repeatedly turned him down for promotions because he wasn’t gay or bisexual.
According to CTV News, Jagadeesh claims that in 2015 he was told in a meeting that all of the bank’s managers “in both his office and headquarters were either gay or bisexual” and that was “why young employees with little qualifications were promoted.”
- Bryon Howard, of Calgary, Alberta, captured heart-stopping video of the moment he narrowly avoided getting caught in an avalanche
- He was running on the Lakeshore Trail high up on a mountain at the scenic Lake Louise on Friday around 5pm when the avalanche erupted
- He filmed the puff of white smoke and mist that bloomed on the mountain and roared towards him as he ran away
- He managed to avoid getting hit by the snow drift itself but was caught in mist
- ‘I do have a new appreciation for … how quickly it can come upon you and how unexpectedly it can come,’ he said after the avalanche
WINNIPEG — Disciplining children can be a difficult balancing act, but one Winnipeg mother says her boy’s school crossed the line after making him scrub the washroom.
Christa Lee said teachers at Sister MacNamara made her eight-year-old son Cruz clean the washrooms.
The punishment came after Cruz and his friend flushed a sweater down a toilet.
“I had to clean the toilets and stuff, downstairs and upstairs,” Cruz said.
VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – A frightening moment for some people taking the bus in Vancouver on Thursday night was caught on camera.
Vancouver police say they were responding to calls suggesting a man had exposed himself on the bus, but won’t confirm witness reports that while doing so, the suspect apparently lunged for one of the officers’ weapons.
A VPD officer was assaulted Thursday evening while attempting to remove a man performing an indecent act from a bus.
In a news release Friday, police said they responded to a call for assistance on a 99 bus near Broadway and Heather Street just after 6 p.m, where a male passenger was allegedly masturbating in his seat.Source: VPD officer assaulted while trying to remove alleged masturbator from bus