2016 has been a tough year for Canadian media.
Newspapers aren’t dying, they’re just becoming platforms for new media digital conglomerates.
"At first I thought he'd just slipped, but then he went down the slide and he absolutely flew down it. Then his clothes and his hands were covered in lubricant."
This week: A woman called the cops because she found out her son had been watching porn and a mother contacted her local newspaper over some moldy hamburger buns.