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Calgary Wind-Up Moved Ahead

Aug 2nd, 2015 | By Coco Cabrera
Calgary Wind-Up Moved Ahead

Long standing plans to wind-up the temporary city of Calgary have been moved ahead by more than a decade because of the collapse of the Alberta oil industry.

“Calgary was always a short-term proposition,” says Arnold Sunderland of the Federal Government’s secretive Division of The Plan. “There was never going to be any water for the place once the Bow Glacier melted away, so there was natural limit on its duration.”



Murder as craft

Jun 19th, 2015 | By Heber Dolphy
Murder as craft

With murder and gun violence overtaking sports, religion and most other pastimes in America as a top preoccupation, some young entrepreneurs are trying to cash in on something other than gun sales and funerals.

Calling themselves “sommurdiers” they use their expertise in the many different varieties of violence and mayhem to craft unique killing experiences for wealthy clients.

“Say you want that frisson of excitement that comes with a workplace homicide ….”



Stuart McLean’s reign of terror at CBC enters 20th year.

Sep 8th, 2013 | By Heber Dolphy
Stuart McLean’s reign of terror at CBC enters 20th year.

Twenty years on, there is no end in sight to Stuart McLean’s avuncular reign of terror at the CBC. Since the 1994 inception of his […]



NDP Seek Way To Lose

Sep 6th, 2012 | By Coco Cabrera
NDP Seek Way To Lose

“We’ve adopted the Liberal platform but we still retain that true Social Democratic will to lose.”



Conservatives Stand With PQ

Aug 27th, 2012 | By Coco Cabrera
Conservatives Stand With PQ

Flanagan says Canada’s Still New Government would have no problem downloading whatever it could to the provinces.



Decline, pessimism, feature in closing ceremonies

Aug 12th, 2012 | By Heber Dolphy
Decline, pessimism, feature in closing ceremonies

Olympic organizers surprised observers Sunday by staging the closing ceremonies as a Tribute to the Demise of Late Capitalism. The pageant took viewers on a […]



Peter Kent To Be Retrained

Jun 8th, 2012 | By Coco Cabrera
Peter Kent To Be Retrained

Peter Kent was chosen for retraining because as Minister of Environment for Canada he is redundant.



Steve’s Man Crush

Dec 5th, 2011 | By Coco Cabrera
Steve’s Man Crush

MacKay benefits from one of the few Federal ridings – in feudal Nova Scotia – that is inherited.



Globe’s Wente Crowned World Idiot of the Year

Nov 7th, 2011 | By Carl Johnson
Globe’s Wente Crowned World Idiot of the Year

Wente called the overproduction by Canadian universities of people educated in social, cultural and artistic specialties one of the most serious threats to capitalism



The European Debt Crisis

Nov 6th, 2011 | By Heber Dolphy
The European Debt Crisis

  The URNews Infographic above illustrates how you, the reader of this article, will bear the full burden of the international financial crisis and how […]