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Why New Sports Show Is Offensive To Women

Lori Fradkin | Posted 07.24.2012 | Women
Lori Fradkin

"While The Women Watch" features commentary about sporting events from producer Lena Sutherland and holistic nutritionist Jules Mancuso, which according to their website includes "everything from interpreting the rules of the game to coaches in need of a makeover."

Annette Bourdeau

'Little Mosque On The Prairie': Saying Goodbye

HuffingtonPost.com | Annette Bourdeau | Posted 03.30.2012 | TV

Zaib Shaikh and Sitara Hewitt, better known to "Little Mosque on the Prairie" fans as their alter egos Amaar Rashid and Rayyan Hamoudi, are reminiscin...

Life Is Wonderful, Life Is Strange, Life Is Hard

Kristina Groves | Posted 05.21.2012 | Sports
Kristina Groves

Back in the familiar surroundings and relative comforts of my own home, it's hard to imagine that the week I just had actually happened and that it wasn't a dream or some crazy trip to an alternate universe.

Jennifer Bendery

Whitney Houston Honored By Congressional Black Caucus

HuffingtonPost.com | Jennifer Bendery | Posted 02.16.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- The Congressional Black Caucus will honor Whitney Houston with a resolution that will be sent to Houston's family in time for the late s...

PHOTOS: 7 Things To Watch On Harper's China Trip

CBC | Posted 04.04.2012 | Home

Prime Minister Stephen Harper leaves for China Monday with four cabinet ministers and seven MPs in tow. It will be his second visit to the country aft...

Minister Volunteers Department For Deepest Cuts

CBC | Posted 03.28.2012 | Home

Canada's heritage minister says his own department will be cut first and perhaps deepest in order to give more money to arts groups during the next bu...

NDP Tout Attack Plan For Battle With Harper

CBC | Posted 03.25.2012 | Home

Interim NDP Leader Nycole Turmel said Tuesday that her party plans to hold Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government to account on the upcoming budge...

Men With Brooms: Requiem for an Obscure Canadian Sitcom

Morgan Glennon | Posted 03.06.2012 | TV
Morgan Glennon

Men With Brooms was a sweet little sitcom about a group of friends who hang out in a bar and form a curling team. You know curling, that sport we try to care about during the Winter Olympics.

Canadian TV: Have We Lost Our Identity?

Stephanie Earp | Posted 02.12.2012 | Canada
Stephanie Earp

Of the top 20 TV shows in Canada, 18 of them are American. In this rather bleak landscape, what is the future of Canadian television? Should we even bother producing TV anymore?

'This Hour Has 22 Minutes': Almost 20 And Still Funny

Stephanie Earp | Posted 02.12.2012 | Canada
Stephanie Earp

While most TV shows need to be taken out back and mercifully shot after about five seasons, sketch comedy has a longer lifespan, and 'This Hour Has 22 Minutes' demonstrates this perfectly.

Elizabeth May: Kyoto Withdrawal Breaking The Law

CBC | Posted 02.12.2012 | Home

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his government are breaking the law by withdrawing from the Kyoto Protocol, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said Tu...

Doorman Stabbed Outside Pointe-Claire Bar

CBC | Posted 02.09.2012 | Home

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Ontario Town Devastated By Suicides

CBC | Posted 02.06.2012 | Home

Residents of Pembroke, Ont., are devastated and looking for answers after three teenagers committed suicide over the last four months. Co...

Honour-Killing Expert To Testify At Shafia Trial

CBC | Posted 12.05.2011 | Home

A so-called honour-killing expert is expected to testify Monday at the canal deaths trial in Kingston, Ont. Shahrzad Mojab is a Universit...

Quebec Police Officer Killed

CBC | Posted 01.31.2012 | Canada

A Bromont municipal police officer has died after he was hit by a truck on the side of a road Thursday, Quebec provincial police say. Vinc...

ANALYSIS: Papandreou's Referendum Gamble

CBC | Posted 01.01.2012 | Home

George Papandreou's surprise referendum gamble — offering to put this latest European bailout plan to a popular vote in Greece — is not just roili...

Edmonton Imam Released After Alleged Beating, Arrest In Saudi Arabia

CBC | Posted 12.31.2011 | Home

An Edmonton imam who was allegedly assaulted and detained in Saudi Arabia over the weekend thanked those who helped secure his release from what he de...

Friends Of Old Time Radio Gather In Newark, N.J. For One Last Convention (VIDEO)

HuffPost Weird News | David Moye | Posted 12.16.2011 | Weird News

From 1920 until the mid-1950s, no other medium unified America like radio. Unlike newspapers, which were regionally focused, radio dramas like "The...

Police Update Valerie Leblanc Investigation

CBC | Posted 10.14.2011 | Home

The mother of Valérie Leblanc pleaded for the public's help Thursday, two months after the Gatineau, Que., teen's body was found badly beaten and bur...

Man Falls From Balcony After Being Tasered By Police

CBC | Posted 11.19.2011 | Home

A tense standoff involving Toronto police ended with a man being shot by a Taser before plummeting from a balcony to the concrete below. ...

Falling Glass Hits Cars In Toronto: Report

CBC | Posted 11.06.2011 | Home

Another piece of glass has fallen from a Toronto highrise building, crashing to the ground Tuesday morning in what is becoming a frighteningly common ...

Top 10 Ways the Congressional Black Caucus Should be More Like Allen West

Katie Halper | Posted 11.01.2011 | Comedy
Katie Halper

I doubt that any members of the Congressional Black Caucus got any sleep last night. I'm sure they were tossing and turning, sick with worry and regret, trembling in fear over Allen West's threat to leave the caucus.

West Threatens To Quit Black Caucus After Fellow Member Bashed Tea Party

Posted 10.31.2011 | Black Voices

Allen West, a Republican congressman from Florida and a champion of Tea Party groups, said he was mulling quitting the Congressional Black Caucus afte...

What I've Learned From Canada's Election Campaign

Bill Mann | Posted 06.26.2011 | World
Bill Mann

A few things I've learned covering Canada's current national election campaign for MarketWatch.com this past month from my vantage point on the Canadian border, where I get Canadian radio and TV.

John Dunsworth of Trailer Park Boys on Liquor and Politics

Ben Evans | Posted 05.31.2011 | Entertainment
Ben Evans

These are some truly choice answers taken from an audio interview I recently did with Canadian actor John Dunsworth, who played Jim Lahey in the famed Trailer Park Boys TV/movie franchise.