Panic gripped the technology industry today as TLS 1.2 encryption was compromised by a politician’s half-baked analogy.
Every escalator in Vancouver has ground to a screeching halt after the death of noted escalator mogul Cornelius Escalé.
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A Kingston resident faced one of the most perplexing and baffling moments of his life when he was forced to do some basic sorting of his household waste for his city’s recycling program.
A lengthy, awkward queue developed when visitors to a downtown office building seemed oblivious to the fact that said building has more than one set of doors.
Police are on the scene at the Alberta Legislature after Rachel Notley took planet Earth hostage.
The Liberal Government has announced their national energy strategy: the combustion of $4.5 billion dollars in an industrial furnace.
Technicians achieved an engineering breakthrough at a SkyTrain station today when they were able run the escalators continuously for nearly 55 seconds – a new record.
Conservative MP Maxime Bernier today gave a press conference to announce his resignation from the Conservative Party of Canada, and the creation of a new federal political party made up exclusively of his own clones.
In a surprise announcement today, the government of Ontario unveiled a hitherto secret provincial megaproject. The so-called "John A. MechDonald" is a 100 metre-tall battle robot, fabricated in the likeness of Canada's first Prime Minister, John A. MacDonald.
A Moncton man claims he awoke from a nap to an unpleasant surprise: a fibre-optic cable installed through his own torso.
A crowd of obviously-stranded pedestrians were saved from limbo by a brazen, middle-aged man who knew how to correctly push the crosswalk button.
"We've heard the outcry," wrote FCC Chairman Ajit Pai in a recent release," That's why we've decided to go back to basics: just ignoring the complaints instead."
A group of experts in marine ecology held a press conference today to draw attention to the effect toxic runoff from popular social media platforms is having on the world's oceans.