Download Music Safely With These Top Tips

Most of the younger generation have music downloaded onto their computers, iPads or other electronic devices. This article will teach you how to do just that. Try using this advice to get the music you desire. An inexpensive way to download music is to follow feeds from popular music download sites. Sites such as Amazon

What You Need To Know Before Purchasing A Laptop

What do you know about laptops? If the last time you bought one was a few years ago, then a lot has changed since then. Whether you’re looking in a store or browsing online, you might be surprised at all of the advancements that have been made. So, read through this helpful advice to learn

Saskatchewan First Nation fined $100K for environmental violation

A Saskatchewan First Nation has been fined $100,000 for failing to comply with environmental regulations pertaining to petroleum storage. In a news release Wednesday, the federal environment and climate change department said Makwa Sahgaiehcan (Loon Lake) First Nation had pleaded guilty in provincial court on Oct. 6 to violating the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. The

Mom's open letter to VPD officers who helped autistic son garners big response

A mother is reaching out on social media to thank the two Vancouver Police officers — identified only as Const. Karma and Const. Jackie — who helped her through a harrowing situation involving her son, who has autism. Alexandra Samuel says last Wednesday her enraged 10-year-old tried to run into rush hour traffic on Burrard Street after stating he wanted to die. “I had

Road trip USA: 51 longest highways in America

USA TODAY 4:53 p.m. EDT October 17, 2016 Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide 2. 3207 miles: US 6, from Provincetown, Mass. to Bishop, Calif. (pictured)(Photo: mscornelius, Getty Images/iStockphoto) There’s nothing like a road trip to see this enormous country of ours. There’s something about just getting in the car and driving until

Graphic Halloween displays can trigger trauma for some, say psychologists

Paul Terrio uses a ladder to put the finishing touches on an elaborate Halloween display at his home in Halifax. He’s got the usual stuff — spiders, bats, pumpkins and so on. But hanging from his second-floor balcony is a dummy with a noose around its neck. Paul Terrio hangs a mannequin from his balcony. His display is intended to