What is RSS?

RSS is an acronym for Rich Site Summary (or Really Simple Syndication). It is a format/language that displays information or content available on a website. It is used for distributing news headlines and other regularly updated web content.

How it works

With RSS, a website can allow other sites to publish its content by creating a special document called an "RSS feed". Other webmasters can then post a link to the RSS feed on their site so that users can read the distributed content. This system allows the syndication of lists of hyperlinks, along with other information, or metadata, that helps viewers decide whether they want to follow the link. RSS allows a person's computer to fetch and understand the information so that all of the lists that person is interested in can be tracked and personalized.

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  • Malala Yousafzai Receives Honorary Canadian Citizenship

    Thirty months after she first due to accept honorary Canadian citizenship, Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has finally addressed Parliament upon becoming just the sixth person ever to receive the distinction. Ms. Yousafzai, a citizen of Pakistan, was originally scheduled to be granted the honour by former prime minister Stephen Harper on the day a gunman stormed Parliament Hill on October 22, 2014.

  • Quebec's Budget to Provide Funding for Integration of Immigrants

    The province of Quebec has earmarked $179.4 million over the next five years to support the integration of new immigrants. This figure includes $13.5 million to attract international students and $103.5 million for francization of newcomers.