Let’s take a nice leisurely stroll through hell.
A crash apparently involving 100 cars on Alberta, Canada's Queen Elizabeth II Highway this afternoon has sent more than 300 people to area hospitals, according to local news reports.
From the wide open hood and trunk to the busted out glass, this 1959 Pontiac has all the tell tale signs of an extended stay in a junkyard. When it was captured earlier this year in Alberta, Canada it looked like this late 50s sedan still had quite a few useful parts left to give.
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The owner of what's likely the world's largest trove of old Cadillacs — some 335 cars in all — wants rid of them and a parts warehouse. The hitch: How close are you to western Canada? UPDATE Visible from space!
A study conducted by biologists Scott Nielsen and Mark Boyce at the University of Alberta indicates if road density is not reduced in logging areas, the grizzly population may continue its decline in the Canuckian province. Apparently, roads in and out of logging areas increase the animals' risk of death though…
Molson-swilling solicitors of prostitutes have something new to worry about in the great province of Alberta. While our neighbors to the north generally don't crack down on johns as hard as many American municipalities, they do who cruise for ladies of the evening to require the men to attend "John School."