Thursday, October 30, 2014

Drug Turns Students into Homosexuals (Burnaby, BC, Canada)

Burnaby NewsLeader [BC, Canada]
30 October 2014

    by  Wanda Chow

Incumbent school trustee Harman Pandher of the Burnaby Citizens Association (BCA) couldn't believe what he was hearing.

While doorknocking last week, the Asian family who answered asked him if it was true that students at Burnaby schools were being injected with a drug that would make them homosexual. […]

Burnaby Now
31 October 2014

Jacob Zinn

The Province [Vancouver, BC]
1 November 2014

By Cassidy Olivier, The Province

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

South American Buildings Attributed to Eiffel

New York Times
29 October 2014


AREQUIPA, Peru — The locals here call it the Iron Bridge, a narrow, graceful span across the Chili River with pale green garlic fields below and the cleft-topped Misti volcano rising above it in the distance. Travel books, tour guides and residents all proudly point to the bridge, a fluent expression of the Industrial Revolution, as the work of Gustave Eiffel, the 19th-century French engineer who built the Eiffel Tower and designed the iron skeleton inside the Statue of Liberty.

Except that it is not. And neither are a great many other bridges and buildings around Peru and the rest of South America that are popularly attributed to the famous Frenchman. […]