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It's rare for monkeys to get along with other species, but Darwin and Pierre have hit it off.
It's time to rethink our relationship with animals. We can begin by demanding effective laws from our governments guaranteeing the Five Freedoms for all animals in Canada. By doing this, animals may begin to become visible to us; they may matter.
While the Ikea Monkey "Darwin" had the fate of his permanent residence decided in court this week. Darwin isn't the only monkey business that continues to concern Ontario. As if being a Maple leaf fan wasn't bad enough, controversial allegations of financial evasion continue to be thrown "monkey poop style" at Prime Minister Harper.
The Ikea monkey is now a political commentator. Okay, not really. Tom Flanagan, a former advisor for Prime Minister Stephen
It’s been quite the year in the topsy-turvy world of fashion, and now that it’s coming to a close, it’s time to reminisce
Some stories just find you — they’re so viral that everyone shares them. For all of you who are so connected, here’s a reminder
In the wonderful world of fashion, everyone — and everything — is connected. We’re taking a look at who and what made waves
Toronto's Ikea Monkey has inspired plenty of viral memes but we thought we'd pay special attention to this fashion-related
Nine months ago, you could scarcely open a newspaper without reading all sorts of scary allegations about the Prime Minister's secret army of robo-men and their efforts to systematically rig the 2011 election through ambiguously deceptive phone calls. But if you're still jonsing for a Robocall fix, fear not!
This poor juvenile rhesus macaque was found wandering through an IKEA parking lot in Toronto a few days ago, and he quickly became an international Internet sensation. In similar circumstances in recent memory, law enforcement agents have been known to shoot wayward animals, send them to zoos, or return them to their irresponsible human caretakers.