Canada

MOVE OVER, NESSIE

For generations, a mythical beast has been said to lurk in the depths of Okanagan Lake. But now a new view on British Columbia's most revered serpent is taking hold.

The gritty railroad town of Golden is home to the origin story of Western Canada's celebrated mountain culture, which has lured countless adventurers for more than a century.

NOT SO GREAT, EH?

Canada's old white publishing institutions are a lesson in what happens when your media industry contracts: journalism no longer serves the reality of the country.

TAKE OFF, EH
"You've seen no-name macaroni and cheese and generic dog food — this is generic beer," Kevin Tibbles, a reporter for Canadian news station The National, said in an April 1992 television segment. The beer, brewed by Drummond Brewery in Red Deer, Alberta, was "simply called, 'Beer Beer.'"
AN 'UNSUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODEL'
Sami Jo Small believed that the 2018-2019 season would be a leap forward for her Toronto Furies. She was in her first year as a general manager, but had helped start the Canadian Women's Hockey League 12 years prior, and played goaltender for the Furies for eight seasons. She knew the team could do great things.
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