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  • 8 surprising perks of being the Queen

    8 surprising perks of being the Queen

    She doesn't need a driver's license or a passport, and she's also above the law. You'll never guess what other things the Queen is allowed to do. By Michael Hiscock

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  • 8 extremely Canadian moments in Sochi

    8 extremely Canadian moments in Sochi

    They might be on the other side of the world, but Sochi's Olympics are starting to feel like Canada's Games. Here's just a few of the reasons we've stolen the spotlight.
  • S#!% show Sochi: 10 Ridiculous photos from the Olympic village

    S#!% show Sochi: 10 Ridiculous photos from the Olympic village

    With the Games kicking off on Friday, you'd think construction would be somewhere near complete. But many hotels still have unfinished rooms, no running water and sometimes, sketchy wall fixtures. Here's a look at just a few of the interesting photos journalists are tweeting out (all were taken between Feb. 3-5).
  • Tiny snow storm triggers panic in Southern U.S.

    Tiny snow storm triggers panic in Southern U.S.

    It only took three inches of snow to send the U.S. deep south into a tailspin. People abandoned their cars in the middle of highways, while others sought shelter in churches and stores. We've compared their little storm to what Canadians deal with on a daily basis. The results are just amazing.
  • 8 things Canada must stop doing

    8 things Canada must stop doing

    From helping the NSA spy on the world, to restricting religious freedoms - Canada isn't all about maple syrup and overly polite behaviour anymore. Here are some of the darker things going on in our country.
  • Niagara Falls freezes over

    Niagara Falls freezes over

    The falls appeared to be frozen in time after an arctic chill swept through the area.
  • 12 futuristic robots that already exist

    12 futuristic robots that already exist

    From bionic men to a Ping-Pong-playing cyborg: A look at the new generation of artificial intelligence.
  • 7 lessons from extremely successful women

    7 lessons from extremely successful women

    Fresh off the heels of Working Girl's 25th anniversary, a woman was chosen to lead a major U.S. automaker for the first time in history. We take a look at other women who thrive in typically male-dominated industries, and listen to their secrets to success.
  • Winter storm slams Eastern Canada

    Winter storm slams Eastern Canada

    Hundreds of thousands are without power after strong winds tore down trees and power lines in Ontario and Quebec. Toronto officials say it could take up to 72 hours to restore electricity to most of the city, while some residents may have to spend Christmas in the dark.
  • How to deal with jury duty

    How to deal with jury duty

    You've just received a court summons, what do you do now?
  • 10 things Canada does better than the rest of the world

    10 things Canada does better than the rest of the world

    American media giant CNN compiled a list of things our country does better than anywhere else, but here's what a Canadian thinks of their findings.
  • Pictures of the year: Space

    Pictures of the year: Space

    Meteor strikes, rocket launches and distant galaxies - a look back at the most incredible images of space from 2013.
  • 7 surprising things the world is running out of

    7 surprising things the world is running out of

    Normally when we think of scarce resources, we think of oil or water. But the world is running dry of many of the commodities and luxuries you enjoy everyday. Here are just a few of them.
  • Canada's 10 most talked about people of 2013

    Canada's 10 most talked about people of 2013

    Facebook recently released its list of the topics, people and life events most discussed by users this year. Here's who Canadians were talking about online.
  • Nelson Mandela: From prisoner to president

    Nelson Mandela: From prisoner to president

    Mandela's remarkable life will be forever preserved in his legacy. His mark on South Africa can be seen in almost every smile, every interaction, and every rugby game in the country. This is how a prisoner became South Africa's 'greatest son.'
  • Corrupt countries: The 5 best and 5 worst

    Corrupt countries: The 5 best and 5 worst

    The following countries either placed in the top 5 or bottom 5 according to the latest corruption ranking by Transparency International. All scores are out of 100, with higher values representing less corruption while low ones represent more.
  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

    Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

    They're big, they're bold and they're back - your favorite inflatable heroes made their appearances at the 87th annual Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City.
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