Author Archives: Corey Martinez

Canada’s defining moment: A look at Vimy Ridge News

The Canadian Corps set upon Vimy Ridge 100 years ago. The seven-kilometre ridge was heavily occupied by German soldiers who had successfully fended off previous Allied attacks. The Canadians overcame insurmountable odds by taking the ridge. This elevated Canada’s reputation as formidable and efficient fighters. This wasn’t without sacrifice as Canada and their Allies suffered more than 10,000 casualties and injuries.

Majority of middle-aged Canadians are not playing it safe, sex survey suggests Lifestyle

People getting older doesn’t necessarily mean they’re getting smarter.

A study released Thursday shows a majority of Canadians aged between 40 and 59 are not practicing safe sex.

The findings published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality surveyed married, divorced, single and widowed people.

Out of the 2,400 individuals asked online, 65 per cent of men and 72 per cent of women reported not using condoms during their last sexual encounter.

Scam Season: Tips on how to avoid losing everything Business, Crime, News

After a Toronto widow Lost $450,000 to a fake lover online, police are urging people to be more cautious of unknown numbers and addresses. Odds are many readers have an inbox full of e-mails from sketchy addresses asking them to click a link. Learn how to spot scams before they have the chance to ruin your life.

Trumps revised travel ban blocked by two judges International, News, Politics

By: Corey Martinez Two judges have blocked U.S. President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban on six Muslim countries. The revised ban was set to go into effect on Thursday, but was halted for a second time because the court ruled that it still discriminates against Muslims. The rulings came in succession, with U.S. District Judge

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