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Ali Taghva

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Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Canadian Jewish groups outraged by Canada’s anti-Israel UN Vote

A Canadian Jewish group is outraged after Canada maintained its vote in favour of a North Korean sponsored resolution which has been broadly criticized by the Jewish community as “unfairly anti-Israel in nature.”

Ali Taghva / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

CBC’s 22 Minutes called out for fat-shaming Doug Ford

The CBC’s comedy show, This Hour Has 22 Minutes appears to have rubbed some social media users the wrong way, after posting a tweet which fat-shamed Ontario Premier Doug Ford.

Ali Taghva / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, American News, Business & Finance

Trump administration shows plan to import drugs from Canada

Americans may soon be using medication imported from Canada.

Ali Taghva / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, News

Winnipeg breaks own homicide record with 42nd death

Manitoba’s capital has broken its own homicide record set in 2011.

Ali Taghva / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, News

Toronto Police request help locating missing 15-year-old

The boy is described as 5’9”, 130 lbs., with a dark complexion, thin build, and short brown hair.

Ali Taghva / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, News

Ontario hit with extremely cold weather, snow squall, and heavy winds

This has forced the City of Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health to issue an extreme cold weather alert.

Ali Taghva / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, #Entertainment

Watch this if you are Canadian and you hate scam callers

How incredibly tired are you of taking phone calls that involve people poorly pretending to be the Canadian Revenue Agency?

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Canadian News

Impaired Edmonton school bus driver arrested with children aboard

Charges are now pending against the 46-year-old female driver.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Canadian News, Technology

Lab test results from 85K Ontarians stolen

According to the test provider, the company has paid the ransom to secure the data.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Canadian News, Business & Finance

Trudeau government doesn’t rule out carbon tax increase

Canada could soon see its carbon tax increased to meet its Paris agreement targets.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Trudeau government does not care about racism or progressive politics

Over the last four years, we’ve seen the Trudeau government continuously weaponize extremely important topics such as racism, inequality, indigenous relations, and climate change for personal political gain.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Business & Finance

Canada’s legal market sells outdoor weed for 28 times cost of production

At $7 dollars per gram, the outdoor-grown product remains far more expensive than illegally grown marijuana which has continuously dropped in price since legalization.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy, Business & Finance

Canada’s unchecked deficits raise major risks

While Canada will likely be recession-free next year as real GDP is forecast to expand by 1.8 percent in 2020 and 1.9 percent in 2021, continued deficits could become a serious problem.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Canadian News, Business & Finance

87% of Canadians believe food prices are rising faster than their income

Almost 90% of the country is worried about rising food prices, believing that they are rising faster than income, according to a survey by Dalhousie University conducted by Angus Reid.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

Canadian News, News

125 cows dead after Quebec barn fire

Roughly 125 cows have died after a fire burned through a barn in Saint-Marcel-de-Richelieu.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2019

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