Vibrating news: Panel rules two-armed vibrator patent infringed
The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that a company in that country is infringing on a Canadian company's patent on a two-armed vibrator. They ordered the company to cease and desist, leaving U.S. couples having to buy the Canadian product.
Montreal Mayor to Step Down
Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum said he would resign to fight corruption charges, becoming the second mayor of the Canadian city to step down in less than a year amid a broad corruption probe.
Montreal Mayor Resigns, Says Will Fight Corruption Charges
Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum resigned on Tuesday, a day after he was charged with fraud and corruption in the latest major Canadian municipal scandal.
Back-Door Tar Sands Scheme Blocked by Local Community
Victory for environmentalists may be near in one of the more overlooked battles in the war against Canadian tar sands oil. A backdoor plan by Canada's Enbridge and the US-based ExxonMobil to establish an alternate tar sands pipeline has met fierce resistance in the small town of South Portland, Maine where the proposed export terminal would be built.
Anne Belanger: 'Class photo ostracized my son on wheelchair'
A Canadian mother Anne Belanger was deeply saddened when she saw her son's Grade 2 class photo. The photo showed her son Miles Ambridge on his wheelchair, separated from his classmates