Holy Crap! The First Trailer For BATMAN VS SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

Holy trailer leak Batman! The Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer has been leaked and it looks awesome!

Well okay except for the part where you see Ben Afleck. All of a sudden it becomes a reality that he is in fact the new batman. Guess I was in denial this whole time. In any case you can catch a glimpse of him wearing the most bad-ass version of the bat-suit ever created, and yet he still somehow manages to make it look crappy. Still this doesn't reduce my excitement for the movie. You know you can't wait to see these two juggernauts battle it out.

Check out the HD trailer:

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Canada's LGBTQ2S+ Community Is Now '1 Million Strong' But Still Faces Big Systemic Issues

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Data from Statistics Canada on the country's queer community revealed that as of 2018, there were approximately one million LGBTQ2S+ people in Canada.

Canada's statistical agency released the data on June 16 to create a "portrait" of the "demographic and social profile of Canada's diverse LGBTQ2+ communities" — however, much of the data "[focuses] on LGB Canadians (lesbian, gay, bisexual), since Statistics Canada has been collecting detailed information on these communities since 2003."

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6 Rules For Flying The Quebec Flag You Probably Didn't Know

Some of the things public organizations need to keep in mind when flying the fleurdelisé.

Quebec's fleurdelisé is one of the most famous and recognizable flags on the continent. In fact, its significance is so great that the government has outlined careful rules for flying the Quebec flag on public institutions.

These rules were first defined by the Act Respecting the Flag and Emblems of Quebec and can be found on the government's website.

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Like every other major transportation system in a large city, the Montreal metro occasionally runs into a little problem or two. And yesterday, its problem became known as the "Lionel-Groulx waterfall" on social networks.

Thanks to Instagram user mendips.doom, we got a visual of this infamous leak.

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