YouTuber Builds Gaming PC Out Of Working Toilet

YouTuber Builds Gaming PC Out Of Working Toilet

A YouTuber built a PC out of a working toilet, creating what might be the first toilet capable of both handling your waste and playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. What a world we live in! as spotted by Eurogamer, YouTuber Basically Homeless cut a deal with the electronics store Microcenter to create a gaming PC inside … Read more

American and United both expect record revenue this quarter

American and United both expect record revenue this quarter

New York CNN Business — After two years of massive losses, US airlines are about to start reporting profits once again. Both American and United reported first-quarter losses but expect to book record revenue in the current period, just two years removed from a near halt in air travel caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. American … Read more

Confusion reigns on how to behave in a pandemic wave void of guidelines

Confusion reigns on how to behave in a pandemic wave void of guidelines

For two years, Brampton mother Karyn Keith took extra care not to get sick with COVID-19. She sanitized and washed her hands frequently, wiped down her groceries with Lysol wipes and kept her daughter in online school until February. Despite her efforts, Keith and her husband, a car technician, both fell ill with the virus … Read more

The White House finally gets to throw a party

The White House finally gets to throw a party

CNN — On Monday the White House will become something it has yet to become while Joe and Jill Biden have been in residence: A party house. At 6:45 am ET, the first of what will ultimately be an anticipated 30,000 guests, who won tickets via a public lottery, will pour through the south gates … Read more

Trudeau criticizes Alberta’s response to opioid crisis during Edmonton visit

Trudeau criticizes Alberta’s response to opioid crisis during Edmonton visit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau criticized the Alberta government Tuesday for not addressing the opioid epidemic in ways that have proven to be effective elsewhere. “As a government we’ve continued to push for safe consumption sites,” Trudeau said at the old Mercer Warehouse, where he promoted his Liberal government’s budget plan to relax tax laws for … Read more

Alberta expands access to 4th doses of COVID 19 vaccines

Alberta expands access to 4th doses of COVID 19 vaccines

Alberta is expanding eligibility requirements for a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Beginning Tuesday, those who are ages 70 and older as well as First Nations, Métis and Inuit people 65 and older can get the second booster shot. The province says all seniors in congregate care, regardless of age, can also receive the dose. … Read more