The Nature Conservancy of Canada is serious about moose sex. And it's offering tax breaks if you choose to help.
Launched in 2013, the Moose Sex Project aims to create a permanent wildlife corridor along the 17-kilometre-wide Chignecto Isthmus, the narrow piece of land connecting Nova Scotia and New Brunswick—as well as encourage a little interprovincial mating.
Nova Scotia's moose population has fallen to around 1,000, after a parasitic infection ripped through the species. However, the New Brunswick moose population sits at a healthy 29,000.
Someone’s been practicing with a glass cutter!
It’s rare to see sliced-up glass bottles in a container bin. But, even though they can no longer can be returned for their deposit value, at least they’re in the right place.
You never know what you’ll see when you lift the lid on a blue container bin. People put the darnedest things in with their recycling—really inappropriate stuff that makes you wonder what they were thinking.
Broccoli is a container because…it contains…vitamins?
Mostly it seems people read “container” to mean anything made of plastic, glass, or metal.
The Firehall Arts Centre’s smash-hit show, Chelsea Hotel: The Songs of Leonard Cohen, will return to the Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova Street) from March 18 to 29 following a Western Canada tour.
Following two sold-out runs in Vancouver, Donna Spencer, the artistic producer at the Firehall Arts Centre, stated in a news release that there was demand for Chelsea Hotel to tour.
The Cultch and Ontario’s Stars and Hearts presents Underbelly at the Vancity Culture Lab at the Cultch (1895 Venables Street) from March 18 to 30.
Based on the myth and impact of Burroughs and the Beats, Jayson McDonald’s performance takes audiences on a journey of language, imagery, and an entire generation.
McDonald is a London, Ontario-based writer and performer, and artistic director of Stars and Hearts. Underbelly is his fifth touring solo show, and was recently named the Georgia Straight’s critics’ choice award and Cultchivating the Fringe award at the Vancouver Fringe Festival.
A funny thing happens when a group of young people go out to restaurants these days: They stop talking to each other and, instead, spend most of the time head-down, staring at their smartphones. One Vancouver restaurant is hoping to break this routine at their establishment. Score on Davie (1262 Davie Street) has introduced lock boxes for cellphones.
Earlier today, Canucks general manager Mike Gillis sent a letter to season-ticket holders telling them to stay calm because all is well.
A few hours later, the team blew a 3-0 lead by letting in seven goals in the third period against the New York Islanders.
What's worse is that the humliating 7-4 loss came in the Canucks' own building.
Meanwhile, former Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault is enjoying success in his new job with the New York Rangers.
Vigneault is leading them to a 35-26-4 record, good enough for second place in the Metropolitan Division.
With Mad Men’s seventh and final season starting next month, television network AMC has rolled out a couple of cryptic publicity pieces.
Normally, promos are no big deal. But with Mad Men—saturated in symbolism and rabidly dissected on Internet forums—the promos have become something of a March tradition, a chance for fans to read the tea leaves, as it were.
The retro knickknacks at the Rumpus Room (2689 Main Street) are going to have to find a new home. The Mount Pleasant eatery announced today (March 10) that it will close at the end of March.
“So I'm writing this with the most heaviest f$%&ing heart in my life. After the most brutal battle, we are being kicked out of the Rumpus Room at the end of the month,” Rachel Zottenberg, who co-owns the business, stated on Facebook. “I LOVE THIS PLACE. This, my first restaurant. This, the place I opened with my best friend in the world David Duprey. This, the place where my family lives.”