Resort cancels event and shuts venue following talks with police after receiving abusive phone calls and online posts
Muslims can’t even take their kids off to a fun weekend at Legoland without widespread media induced hysteria.
I don't think you understood the importance of Christ's sacrifice. It is not God torturing his son but God becoming man, descending into earth and becoming flesh in order to suffer for his beloved creation. He could only feel pain and die for us in the human form - this act is the the greatest gift we ever received.
I don’t think you understand how little i care, and how often this nonsense has been thrown in my face in my lifetime. Simply restating the bullshit doesn’t make it any more appealing. I used to be just like you, getting into peoples faces telling them how wrong they were, how they need desperately to meet my imaginary friend. I never have a day where I’m not happy to have outgrown that.
No reasonable person would do anything but laugh at the idea of an imaginary being demanding our love on pain of eternal torture and punishment.
Read a bit.
Everyone should read the Bible from beginning to end at least once, even though it isn’t necessarily in any kind of chronological order, given the large amount of made up BS. By the time you get to the New Testament, God’s behavior shouldn’t really be shocking anymore. So when he tortures and kills his only beloved son (only child) your tempted to say, yeah, saw that coming.
This Canada Day we could be seeing thousands of multi-coloured lights on the High Level Bridge. The Light The Bridge campaign says they’ve now reached their 2.5 million dollar goal, with fund-raising from Edmontonians, including companies that joined the campaign.
That will be pretty. A lot of people will just think they’re really stoned.
The University of Ottawa announced Monday it has suspended its men’s varsity hockey program over allegations of “serious misconduct.”
The University of Ottawa said Monday it has suspended its men’s varsity hockey program over allegations of “serious misconduct” and referred the matter to police.
The suspension comes the same day Thunder Bay police announced they were investigating a third-party complaint of a sexual assault believed to have happened on the weekend of Feb. 1, when the University of Ottawa hockey team was in Thunder Bay.The University of Ottawa Gee Gees played the Lakehead University Thunderwolves in Thunder Bay on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.
The university said the allegations involving some members of the team date back several weeks, but senior management in the university’s Sports Services only became aware of them from a third party on Feb. 24, according to a news release. The university reported the incident to police on Feb. 25.
Counting down to Canadian newspapers bashing the victim and blaming feminism or gays are whatever they’re itchy about today.
(CNN) — This week, veteran Cleveland marketer Kelly Blazek learned the hard way that you should watch your words — especially when you put them in writing — after a nasty digital lecture she delivered to a young job seeker went viral.
In her sarcasm-laden message to recent graduate Diana Mekota, who’d asked to connect with Blazek via LinkedIn, Blazek wrote: “Your invitation to connect is inappropriate, beneficial only to you, and tacky. Wow, I cannot wait to let every 26-year-old jobseeker mine my top-tier marketing connections to help them land a job. … You’re welcome for your humility lesson for the year.”
Last year, in fact, she was named the city’s “Communicator of the Year.”
The headline should have read woman not women.
You simply do not act this way in professional networks when someone requests to join your network.
The sexually violent conversation about the University of Ottawa’s student federation president that took place between five men, including four elected student representatives, has been published online.
The contents of the group conversation on Facebook wereshown to board membersof the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) at the Board of Administration’s (BOA) most recent meeting on Feb. 23.
The conversation consists of SFUO vp social Pat Marquis, BOA representative Alexandre Giroux, federated body executives Alex Larochelle and Michel Fournier-Simard, and non-elected student Bart Tremblay.
They resigned. They may not have any future left in University politics, but they can always go write for the National Post.