300 miles north of Vancouver lies the Great Bear Rainforest. It’s a huge, rugged, chunk of land with ample diversity of scenery, and the best part is that it is very, very sparsely populated. Think Yellowstone minus the tourists. In a nutshell, you want to go to there.
It's like learning that French fries aren't from France. Or that apple pie isn't from the United States. Well, here's another food origin story that might shock you: American cheese was invented by a Canadian.
At first glance, this photo of two people kissing amidst the Vancouver hockey riots seems incongruous. You instantly assume they're activists, following through with the old adage of making love, not war. Or are they?
Robots named McSleepy and DaVinci, I might add. I'm not sure I'd trust them with anything other than bed-making and painting, but one chap agreed to go under the knife in the world's first robotic surgery.
According to BGR, customers of both Rogers and Fido in Canada are now able to download paid-for Android apps, after Google's long-going battle with Canadian carrier support. Unfortunately if you're a Bell or TELUS customer you may have to wait a wee bit longer to get your hands on the likes of the Car Locator app. [BGR
Apple's apparently so fed up with the high pricing that Rogers is shoving into Canadian iPhone owners' faces that there will be no iPhone 3Gs sold at Apple Stores in Canada this Friday. This follows up Apple's previous action of diverting stock from Canada to Europe, and really sets the tone that they're unhappy with…