— Train de Moncton à Saint-Jean (Nouveau-Brunswick).
— Beau comme une pétasite.
— Maisons design pour crabes.
— « Une personne morale ne peut pas avoir la qualité d’auteur », a rappelé la Cour de cassation, dans un arrêt du 15 janvier 2015.
— “Even if tests showed that I was mostly a woman, I would still continue living as a man.” The 37-year-old, from Lancashire, discovered he had a full set of female reproductive organs after undergoing scans for suspected bladder cancer.
— Craigslist removes Toronto ad offering free ‘evil Satanic’ cat to a good home.
— Supreme Court of Canada strikes down ban on doctor-assisted suicide.
— Conservative lawmakers in Nebraska forced by default to recognize gay marriage in gun debate.
— London taxi chief compares cyclists to Islamic State militants.
— When Superintelligent AI arrives, will religions try to convert it?
— Keep daffodils away from food, supermarkets warned.
— This is how many words are spoken by women in the bible.
— “In prison, where hope is limited, people are looking for answers, even wrong ones.”
— Typography: Recovering the Doves Type.
— 3” neon green stickers which read “I Parked In A Bike Lane”!
— Mapping the Bacteria in New York’s Subways.
— If you are reading this website in France, national copyright law forbids you to click on this link.
— Incentives, rewards, bonuses and bonding experiences – Roman slaveowners were the first management theorists.
— Labradoodle employed to greet guests at London hotel.
— A $200,000 sculpture in Auckland has caused quite the stir today - because people say it looks like a penis.