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Ali Taghva

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O'Toole is driving Conservatives into a ditch

Over his term as leader, Mr. O’Toole has systematically failed to present a distinct vision and stick to it.

Ali Taghva / Jan 5, 2022

Opinion, News Analysis

Trudeau is letting down China's Uyghurs

The Canadian government under Trudeau has rightfully apologized for that true stain on our mutual history. Sadly it seems those words were hollow, as they continue to shirk responsibility to act, in the face of genocide being committed by China. And let me be clear, it is a genocide.

Ali Taghva / Feb 19, 2021

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Lewis' digital surge translating to real-world momentum

While Erin O’Toole leads Q2 donations, and total unique donors and Mackay leads in terms of the total money raised, Lewis has taken the clear lead in terms of the most important numbers, highest unique donors in Q2, as well as highest number of donations made.

Ali Taghva / Jul 7, 2020

Opinion, Politics & Policy

To win, the Conservative big blue tent must get bigger

Here is how the Conservative Party of Canada can fight back in 2020.

Ali Taghva / Jan 6, 2020

Politics & Policy

Some Ontario public high school boards to go on fourth one-day strike

Some Ontario students will be missing class, as some Ontario public high schools prepare to go on a one-day strike.

Ali Taghva / Jan 3, 2020

Canadian News, News

Winter storm hits parts of B.C. with heavy rain, wind, and snow

Get ready British Columbia, another winter storm is coming.

Ali Taghva / Jan 3, 2020

Canadian News, News

Alberta’s first case of severe vaping-related illness reported

According to Alberta Health, the first case of severe vaping-associated lung illness has been reported.

Ali Taghva / Jan 2, 2020

News, International News

Thousands flee as Australia wildfires force state of emergency

At least eight people have died across Australia since Monday.

Ali Taghva / Jan 2, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Quebec’s immigration values test now in effect

The province of Quebec led by the Coalition Avenir Quebec now has a values test for immigration applicants.

Ali Taghva / Jan 2, 2020

Canadian News, News

VIA passenger train derails south of Manitoba

A VIA Rail passenger train has been derailed in Manitoba.

Ali Taghva / Dec 31, 2019

Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

Canada’s largest solar farm will be in southern Alberta

A Calgary-based company will provide enough electricity to power 100,000 homes.

Ali Taghva / Dec 31, 2019

News, American News

Entire class of West Virginia cadets fired after they performed Nazi salute

An entire class of West Virginia correctional cadets have been fired after the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety released a photo showing roughly 30 individuals performing a Nazi salute during graduation.

Ali Taghva / Dec 31, 2019

Canadian News, News

Starting Wednesday Quebecers under 21 won’t be able to buy legal cannabis

Get ready Quebecers under 21, the over-priced, under-stocked legal provider of cannabis in the province will no longer be allowed to sell to you!

Ali Taghva / Dec 31, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Trudeau government to regulate “illegal content” off social media

Heritage minister Steven Guilbeault’s mandate letter from Justin Trudeau charges him with the creation of new regulations for social media platforms.

Ali Taghva / Dec 30, 2019

Canadian News, News

Toronto police looking for tips to solve 90s murder of pregnant woman

The Homicide Cold Case section of the Toronto police is seeking help on the 21-year-old murder file of a pregnant woman from British Columbia.

Ali Taghva / Dec 30, 2019

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