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UK opens door to gay blood donations. Is Canada next?
Quebec activist says he'd be happy to start with donations from those who haven't had sex in a year.
Sep 8th, 2011
Thor, Even the Rain, some hot documentaries and two tepid history lessons
Thor wants the summer blockbuster crown. Fast Five beat him to it last week. But does he bring any fun along with that giant hammer?
May 6th, 2011
Good Morning Africa!
There's a moment in the film where Margaret, the journalist from Uganda, goes to the countryside and talks to the women and tries to explain to them that they can protect themselves through the use of
Sep 27th, 2010
World Cup: Ten Questions after the Spanish Celebration
Spain won the World Cup last week. Now that its over what questions face the game and Canadian Fans?
Jul 18th, 2010
World Cup: Tribute to those going home. Qualifiers must show their mettle.
Landon Donovan scores in the 91st minute against Algeria. A deserved result for the US but the sad result was the elimination of tiny Slovenia whose mere qualification for the World Cup was almost a m
Jun 26th, 2010
South Korea, Uruguay, and Mexico advance
Korean players celebrate after scoring their first goal against Nigeria.
Jun 22nd, 2010
FIFA World Cup: day 12 preview
France's view: France is coming into their decisive game against South Africa in meltdown mode. The French team is a mess. The French President is forced to play peacekeeper between Coach...
Jun 22nd, 2010
FIFA World Cup day 6: Spain shocker,South Africa on the brink and Chile celebrates
Gelson Fernandes scores only his 3rd international goal to send Spain down to defeat. The biggest surprise of the first round. If Spain do not win their next two games they may not qualify for the sec
Jun 16th, 2010
FIFA World Cup day 6 preview
Honduras' View The Hondurans are excited enough to be in the World Cup. A win against Chile tomorrow would just set off a national party. If the Hondurans are to win tomorrow they will have to coun
Jun 15th, 2010
Where's Vancouver watching the World Cup?
Fans watch their country's teams at coffee shops and pubs around the city. Many English fans are at the 3 Lions Cafe on Broadway. Where are you watching the game?
Jun 14th, 2010