News for Youse: Port Mann Bridge tolls, Kyoto Protocol extended, and PSY apologizes
Tolls on Port Mann Bridge A $1.50 toll has gone into effect this weekend on the new Port Mann Bridge, but those who registered with TReO before the end of November obtained 20 free trips.
Burnaby stabbing A man is expected to recover after being found stabbed at the corner of Douglas Road and Canada Way; one man is in custody.Vancouver attacks lead to arrest A man in his underwear was captured by Vancouver police after three women were attacked—one in the 200 block of Columbia Street and two near Rogers Arena—on December 7. Two, including one woman who hasn't been identified, have serious injuries.
Countries renew Kyoto Protocol At the Doha Climate Change Conference, most countries—with the exception of Canada, Japan, New Zealand, and Russia—extended the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse-gas emissions until 2020. The U.S. never ratified the agreement.
Hospital reacts against radio station The chairman of London's King Edward VII Hospital, Lord Glenarthur, has written a blistering letter to an Australian radio station. This came after the death of a nurse who was tricked into believing she was called by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles.
PSY condemned U.S. imperialism The Korean pop sensation PSY is still under fire for once singing "Kill those Fucking Yankees", even after apologizing.
Donald Fehr will speak The head of the NHL Players' Association, Donald Fehr, will give a speech at the Canadian Auto Workers union conference today, where he's expected to discuss the broken-down hockey negotiations.