Pregnant Woman Becomes Militantly Pro-Choice After Ralphing on Cat

Vancouver-area marketing manager Alice Ahn has become militantly pro-choice after ralphing on her marmalade cat Lord Binky McBooger for the umpteenth time. "Before this - and I want to stress - completely planned and wanted pregnancy, I sort of considered myself more on the pro-life side of things, you know?" said a visibly pale and … Continue reading Pregnant Woman Becomes Militantly Pro-Choice After Ralphing on Cat

Tim Hortons Revises Policies in Light of Declining Popularity

Tim Hortons, the formerly beloved Canadian coffee and doughnut chain, is revising its policies in light of its declining popularity across the country. "We're putting into effect a lot of changes that I think Canadians are really going to like," said Tim Hortons representative Ted Townshend. "Number one on the list? No more scorpions." Townshend … Continue reading Tim Hortons Revises Policies in Light of Declining Popularity

Retail Employee Stuck in Interaction With Customer

This may or not be based on a real-life incident. Certain details have been changed. Rena Richards, an employee at Petrotown in downtown Burnaby, has been stuck in an interaction with a customer for the past hour. Richards was initially drawn to assist Mary Macdonald as it is a part of her duties and also … Continue reading Retail Employee Stuck in Interaction With Customer

Lethbridge Harold Report: City Votes to Farm Out Responsibilities to Third-Party Contractors For ‘Pretty Much Everything’

For a bit of context: a friend of mine, Kallie Desruisseaux, created a bit of a stir when she vocally protested against pro-life ads on public transit, which caught the attention of the CBC. When the city was called on its shit, it denied responsibility for the ads, as advertising on public transit is handled … Continue reading Lethbridge Harold Report: City Votes to Farm Out Responsibilities to Third-Party Contractors For ‘Pretty Much Everything’