How Car GPS Tracking Can Help You Beat Your Competition

We live in a highly competitive world and any business that wants to survive has to do better than all the others. With the economy also being so tight making a profit is harder than ever. Thankfully, there is a way to get that edge. Specifically, car GPS tracking might be the solution you have been looking for. 4 Ways to Beat the Competition with Car GPS Tracking There are four key ways in [...]

02 May 2018

How to make sure your landscape photo prints are up to scratch

If one was to take a look at some of the most stunning photographs in the world, it would be safe to say that landscapes tend to consume the majority of them. Nothing can quite beat that incredible landscape imagery and when this is transferred to photo prints, the result is there for all to see. Of course, like with anything that borders on the spectacular, a degree of talent is required [...]

02 May 2018

6 Ways Smart Homeowners Can Save Money

People habitually say that renting a house is like throwing money down the drain. The notion is based on the fact that renting builds no equity.Every dollar you put toward an apartment or rental home is a dollar you’ll never see again. Home ownership, on the other hand, entails control of an appreciating asset that enables you to gather equity.Although this is true, home ownership comes with its [...]

29 April 2018

Alien Civilisations Discussed Humanity's Future In Secret Meetings

Australian investigator Dr Michael Salla makes a shocking revelation: “multiple alien delegations” have been meeting in recent times so as to “discuss humanity’s future in light of the ending of 22 genetic experiments run by multiple human-looking extraterrestrial civilizations”. Mr Salla affirmed that Corey Goode, a famous abductee who claims to be the spokesperson for the Sphere Bein [...]

08 April 2018

Reasons to Buy a Home in Halifax

There’s no doubt that Canada offers many great cities to live in. This is probably one of the reasons why choosing where to move to can be a challenge. There are just so many options! Ranked as the 137th best city to live in Canada, Halifax has been drawing in the young population with everything it has to offer. If you’re curious about this East Coast city and want to consider moving there, t [...]

28 March 2018

Must-see video: Steven Crowder crashes SXSW “gender fluid” panel with self-identifying computer man… “beep beep”

(Natural News) The mass gathering of techno-freaks that descends on Austin, Texas, every year as part of the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) ritual was met this year by a small group of pranksters who were chastised for pointing out the hypocrisy of the LGBT cult in a humorous and clever way. Political commentator and comedian Steven Crowder reportedly trolled a small gathering of t [...]

22 March 2018

David Suzuki: Lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis

Many of us in Canada take water for granted, despite drinking water problems in First Nations communities — the subject of a recent column. World Water Day (March 22) reminds us that as the human population continues to grow, putting greater demand on all resources, and as climate change exacerbates drought in many places, we can’t be complacent. Our cities may not be running [...]

22 March 2018

Microplastics are leaking directly from an industry manufacturing site, spreading across a large coastal region

(Natural News) Microplastics have been leaking out into the environment by the millions from a manufacturing site in Stenungsund. But, far from just affecting the immediate area, these tiny plastic pellets have spread all over the coastal region. This was what a team of researchers from Gothenburg University uncovered over the course of several studies. As Martin Hassellöv, a professo [...]

14 March 2018

Why did Mars dry out? NASA space telescope reveals insights

(Natural News) Despite being the subject of numerous research studies conducted over the years, the planet Mars still holds many mysteries. One such mystery is why it is now a barren wasteland when there is evidence that it could have had plenty of water on it at some point in the past. In order to figure out the answer to that question, scientists are now going to use the new James W [...]

14 March 2018

Police arrest teen suspects in high-speed chase in Bowmanville

Durham Police have arrested two of three suspects following a high-speed chase on Highway 401 near Bowmanville Monday afternoon. Police were searching for three suspects after an armed robbery at a Scotiabank around 1:30 p.m. on Clarington Boulevard and Regional Road 2. A suspect vehicle with three occupants was located and police followed it as it fled along the Highway 401 West, [...]

13 March 2018

Measles confirmed on recent Air Canada flight from Zurich to Toronto

Toronto Public Health says passengers on a flight originating in Switzerland may have been exposed to measles. TPH is looking into a lab-confirmed case of measles in a passenger travelling on Air Canada flight AC 0879 from Zurich to Toronto on Mar. 6. The flight departed from Zurich Airport at 9:25 a.m. and arrived at Toronto Pearson International Airport at 12:07 p [...]

13 March 2018

Single vehicle crash on Highway 400 claims life of 19-year-old

A 19-year-old man is dead following a single vehicle crash on Highway 400 near Bradford. Provincial police say the incident occurred around 5 a.m. Sunday morning and the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. No foul play is suspected at this time. Photographs from the scene show a car impaled by a guardrail. The incident kept the northbound lanes of the highway closed between [...]

26 February 2018

City looks to rename homeless services, 'shelter' to be phased out

City hall is looking to change the language around homeless shelters by doing away with the word “shelter” altogether. The move is part of a wider plan launched last April to rethink the way emergency shelters operate. Part of that plan looks to change public attitudes, or NIMBYism (Not In My Back Yard), around adding shelters to communities. Those behin [...]

26 February 2018

Settlement talks have begun in opioid lawsuits against Big Pharma – over 250 cases have been brought against multiple companies

(Natural News) Score one for the plaintiffs suing Big Pharma for its complicity in the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States. An article in LifeZette reported that settlement talks have begun between state attorney generals and the legal representatives of pharmaceutical companies and distributors. More than 250 federal lawsuits have been filed against various pharma companie [...]

22 February 2018

Pacific Mall tackles counterfeit, pirated good sales after U.S. report

A Toronto-area mall’s management says they’re taking measures to stop imitation goods from being sold there after a U.S. government report claimed it was among the world’s most notorious sources of such products. Markham, Ont.-based Pacific Mall management says in a statement that they are deeply disturbed and disappointed by a recent report suggesting its vendors sell [...]

21 February 2018

Four arrested in fatal Mississauga hit-and-run

Four people have been charged in the hit-and-run death of a 61-year-old woman in Mississauga last Thursday. Police say the victim was struck by a south bound vehicle while crossing the street in the Mavis Road and Knotty Pine Grove area around 8:40 p.m. She suffered critical injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver failed to remain at the scene and witne [...]

21 February 2018

Florida mass shooting: Another deranged individual obsessed with guns, violence and “resistance” (UPDATE, correction)

(Natural News) By now, you’ve probably heard that a horrific mass shooting tragedy has unfolded in a Florida school, where a former student returned to the school grounds and opened fire. So far, the death toll is 17. Note: The original version of this story cited the Miami Herald, which incorrectly identified the name of the shooter as “Nicholas de Jesus Cruz.” Both the Miami He [...]

16 February 2018

No injuries after small plane crashes at Billy Bishop island airport

A small plane has crash landed at Billy Bishop Airport. PortsToronto, which operates the airport, said around 3 p.m., a single-engine aircraft was landing on the main runway when the nose gear collapsed. Only the pilot was on board at the time. Airport firefighters responded as a precaution, but there was no fire and no injuries. Crews removed the aircraft and debris from the r [...]

15 February 2018