Canadians all live in igloos, snowshoe to work (at the maple syrup factory), wear jean on jean, worship hockey, and are just generally really sorry. That about sums Canadians up, eh?
The arms manufacturer, which has sold to international pariahs like Bashar al Assad and Muammar Qaddafi, found a way to advertise during the match against Canada.
Except for a new report, which shows they joke about monitoring hockey fans.
Blackface has a long, horrifying history as a racist art form. Even though it's almost 2015, white people in Canada still think it's okay to paint their skin and pretend to be a different race.
Despite its clean image and desire to remain the most boring town in Canada, Ottawa is actually wonderfully scummy.
Dripping with vitriol and offensive, reductive imagery, The Junior Hockey Bible is well-shared catalogue of junior hockey 'war stories' that reads like a sexual assault guide book.
We talked to artist Gabriel Parniak about Canada's "Americanized" identity, the tenuous nature of artistic intent, and why his supersized beaded Tim Hortons cup sent the internet into a tizzy and may sell for thousands of dollars.
What's a really great way to get the attention of Canadians en masse? Impersonate the Toronto Maple Leafs media department, of course!
This week, price gauging became common place in Colorado's weed market, Oregon allowed mothers to leave hospitals with their placentas, and some nutty libertarians created RonPaulCoin. In other words, 2014 is already a weird year for America.
What does Rogers' latest deal with the NHL mean for our national public broadcaster and the institution that is Hockey Night in Canada?
Your brain is a complex and marvelous creation. One hundred billion interconnected nerve cells, entangled in a bewildering network of 100 trillion synapses. To help untangle all of that, Canadian scientists have built a new virtual map of the brain, from
Stephen Harper hasn't even called for a byelection and already the Green Party has announced that George Laraque will be a running for a seat in Parliament in the Montreal-area riding of Bourassa.
Despite saying the Bruins would win this series easily, Angry Hockey Nerd is back with his foot in his mouth.
It wasn't long ago that the Vancouver Canucks steamrolled the entire league on route to a President's Trophy and the Stanley Cup Finals. The team fell a game short, the city briefly burned, and things haven't quite been the same since.
It's really not about who's tougher, it's about who's better. And the Bruins are better.
Jerkpuck: a traditional art within the game of hockey dedicated to trolling, diving, and inciting penalties. Our very own Angry Hockey Nerd has selected his Jerkpuck dream team and is here to share it with you.
Canadian hockey fans, many of whom are sports fans of a particularly obsessive variety, get more excited by young talent than Jack Nicholson. Most of the time it's equally creepy too.
Canada loves hockey so much that not only do the blind play hockey, they also get pretty fucking good at it. We went to a scrimmage between the two sides that make up the Hiboux de Montreal hockey club, and talked to a couple of its players to see what th…
Brendan Shanahan's flip-floppy management of the NHL's suspensions has been embarrassing, but to be fair he's not the only one to blame.
On Monday we had a writer talking about how fighting in the NHL is a "disgrace to the game and to Canada." Well, Gregory Pike strongly fucking disagrees.
After a particularly brutal fight in Toronto last week, Jeremy Allingham questions whether or not hockey needs fighting in the first place.
Josh Gorges, a Montreal Canadiens defenseman, was wrongfully outed by a ton of online media after he was accused of being gay. Why do we care so much? And what's with the rush to publicly out an athlete?
The vague and crazy rules of the NHL are completely lost on the Calgary Flames, and that's evident with the recent and poorly handled Ryan O'Reilly deal.
WIth iPads being introduced to the game to increase shootout efficiency, our very own Angry Hockey Nerd looks at the increasingly Luddite-esque reaction of the game's biggest dummies.