Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Radio - CBC.RADIO HOME

Radio - CBC.ca / CBC RADIO HOME

CBC RADIO HOMEPAGE

Monday, June 25, 2007

Transit Toronto - Recently, the TTC sold the “Otter Loop” bus turnaround (on Avenue Road at Otter Crescent, south of Lawrence and across from Havergal

Transit Toronto: "Recently, the TTC sold the “Otter Loop” bus turnaround (on Avenue Road at Otter Crescent, south of Lawrence and across from Havergal College) to the City for $1, Thanks to the efforts of Post City Magazines publisher Lorne London, together with the endorsement of Councillors Moscoe & Stintz, it is slated for conversion into “Heart Park” (“North America’s First & Only Heart-Shaped Urban Park”), with a call for submissions by July 1, and a prize of $1000 for the winning entry"

Friday, June 22, 2007

Transit Toronto

Transit Toronto: "Transit Toronto is an information site by transit enthusiasts. This is not the official website of the TTC or GO Transit. "

Thursday, June 21, 2007

National Aboriginal Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

National Aboriginal Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "National Aboriginal Day is a Canadian day of recognition of the diverse cultures and outstanding contributions to Canada of the First Nations, Inuit and M�tis, who are collectively known as Aboriginal peoples in Canada. It was proclaimed in 1996 by then Governor General of Canada Rom�o LeBlanc to be celebrated on June 21 of every year.

The day of June 21 was selected for several reasons. In 1982 the National Indian Brotherhood (now the Assembly of First Nations) called for the creation of a National Aboriginal Solidarity Day to be celebrated on June 21. Slightly more than a decade later in 1995, the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples recommended that a National First Peoples Day be designated. Also in that same year a national conference of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people chaired by Elijah Harper titled The Sacred Assembly called for a national holiday to celebrate the contributions of Aboriginal peoples to Canada. Lastly, June 21 coincides with the summer solstice."

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Rogers acquisition of Citytv could signal sale of OMNI television, analysts say

Rogers acquisition of Citytv could signal sale of OMNI television, analysts say: "- Canada's television industry could face further shakeups in the coming months, and possibly the sale of OMNI television, if regulators approve the takeover of five Citytv stations by Rogers Media, analysts suggested Tuesday"

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Programs | Radio Summer 2007 | CBC Radio

Programs | Radio Summer 2007 | CBC Radio: "CBC Radio One Summer Schedule
June 25 - September 2, 2007

Unless otherwise noted - all times are half an hour later in Newfoundland. "

Friday, June 15, 2007

Premier of Ontario - Backgrounder - MoveOntario 2020 Projects

Premier of Ontario - Backgrounder - MoveOntario 2020 Projects: "# VIVA Yonge Street from Steeles Avenue to Highway 7 (Langstaff)
# VIVA Yonge Street from Highway 7 (Langstaff) to 19th Avenue in Richmond Hill
# VIVA Yonge Street from 19th Avenue to Newmarket"

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Wheelchair Olympian Adams suspended for positive cocaine test

Wheelchair Olympian Adams suspended for positive cocaine test: "Canadian wheelchair athlete and Olympic champion Jeff Adams has been banned from competition for two years after testing positive for cocaine at the 2006 wheelchair marathon championships in Ottawa"

"The 36-year-old Paralympian said the positive test was the result of a contaminated catheter, used after an incident at a Toronto nightclub on May 21, 2006, seven days before the Ottawa race"

Rogers Media snaps up 5 Citytv stations

Rogers Media snaps up 5 Citytv stations: "Rogers Media is paying $375 million in cash for the five Citytv stations that the CRTC ordered CTVglobemedia to sell late last week.

The purchase will further solidify the presence of Rogers as a major media player in Canada as it adds a national network of TV stations to its already extensive portfolio."

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Wheelchair Bound Man Gets Stuck To Truck, Pushed For Miles

Wheelchair Bound Man Gets Stuck To Truck, Pushed For Miles: "A 21-year-old Michigan man was taken on a wild ride after his wheelchair got lodged in the grille of a semi-truck. The man was pushed at 50 mph for at least 4 miles before the motorists deluged the police's emergency service with calls"

Friday, June 08, 2007

Seven Wonders of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Seven Wonders of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The Canoe
The Igloo Northern Canada
Niagara Falls Niagara River Ontario
Old Quebec Quebec City Quebec
Pier 21 Halifax Regional Municipality Nova Scotia
Prairie Skies Canadian Prairies Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta
The Rockies Western Canada Alberta & British Columbia"

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton ordered back to jail

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton ordered back to jail: "Hotel heiress Paris Hilton was ordered back to jail Friday afternoon, as the bizarre saga continued over her punishment for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ordered Hilton to serve out the entire 45-day sentence that he had originally imposed on her."

CRTC tells CTVglobemedia to sell 5 Citytv stations

CRTC tells CTVglobemedia to sell 5 Citytv stations: "Canada's broadcast regulator has thrown a huge wrench into CTVglobemedia's $1.7-billion plan to take over CHUM Ltd.

The CRTC has told CTVglobemedia it will approve its acquisition of CHUM, but only if it sells all five of the Citytv stations it also acquired in the deal"

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Peter Gzowski: Voice of Canada - Life and Society - CBC Archives

Peter Gzowski: Voice of Canada - Life and Society - CBC Archives: "For three hours a day, five days a week – for 15 years – millions tuned in to CBC Radio's Morningside and Peter Gzowski. Despite Gzowski's dishevelled appearance, this beloved radio host cast his folksy charm across the country. When Gzowski died in 2002, Canadians paid tribute to the broadcaster whose stammering informality and comforting voice had become a symbol for Canada."

YouTube - Women In Art

YouTube - Women In Art: "500 Years of Female Portraits in West... 500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art"

Jimmy Fallon for his hilarious “Lonelygrrl” parody sketch

Funny or Die lonelyfallon32: "lonelyfallon32" - Jimmy Fallon for his hilarious “Lonelygrrl” parody sketch

Funny or Die - Pearl The Landlord

Funny or Die - Pearl The Landlord

The Landlord Out Takes

Funny or Die: "The Landlord Out Takes"

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