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Politics & Policy

Teachers back support worker strike, eighteen Vancouver schools close

While the district has tried to remedy the situation by increasing the wages by 6 percent over three years, there are currently no new negotiations planned.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 28, 2019

Politics & Policy

Calgary Mayor says he’s willing to help Trudeau bridge Western divide

Calgary Mayor and former Alberta Premier Naheed Nenshi says he’s willing to help bridge the current divide between Western Canada and the federal government.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 28, 2019

Canadian News, Culture

Polar bear prof potentially punished for telling inconvenient truth

Dr. Crockford believes the University has chosen not to renew her adjunct position due to heightened social pressures and her strong assertion that polar bears are not only not facing a climate emergency but are actually thriving.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 28, 2019

Five bears euthanized after residents see them eating garbage

On Thursday, conservation officers regrettably had to euthanized five bears in Penticon, B.C. after they were sighted together going through garbage that had been left outside homes.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 28, 2019

Opinion, #Entertainment

SNL Trump says ‘we love’ ISIS being great again, hours after real-life ISIS leader killed from POTUS order

SNL parody Trump calims to love ISIS gaining strength, but ironically hours prior real-life Trump gave the order that led to death of ISIS leader.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 27, 2019

American News, International News

Trump confirms U.S. has killed ISIS leader—’He died like a dog’

United States President Donald Trump has just confirmed during a White House press statement that Bakr al-Baghdadi died from a suicide vest detonation, taking the lives of three children with him.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 27, 2019

Canadian News

Health Canada says U.S. baby food contamination report not a safety concern for Canada

Health Canada says toxic heavy metals found in baby products from U.S. manufacturers “do not pose a safety concern,” even though there are traces of lead.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 26, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Ford government will not pursue regional reform, municipalities given more control

Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Steve Clark announced that the Ontario government will not be pursuing regional reform.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 26, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Trudeau government appeals True North journalist’s court victory to cover debates

The Trudeau government is appealing a judge’s decision to accredit journalists blocked by the Leaders’ Debates Commission.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 25, 2019

Politics & Policy

Ontario Liberal leadership candidate promises to scrap Catholic school funding

Despite being Catholic himself, Tedjo says his move makes fiscal sense and that it’s necessary to have all four school boards merged into secular French and English schools.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 25, 2019

American News

Californian vegan and self-proclaimed animal lover arrested for bestiality with pit bull

Originally born Hansel Marion DeBartolo III, Sexy Vegan, who had his name legally changed and tattooed across his forehead, has been charged with one count of sexual assault on an animal and posting the video on social media.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 25, 2019

WATCH: Markham thieves caught on camera stealing wallet from unsuspecting woman

Investigators with the York Regional Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two thieves who stole a wallet out of a woman’s purse in broad daylight.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 25, 2019

International News

Hong Kong protesters to rally for Catalonian separatists

Hong Kong protesters have come out to give their support for Catalonian separatists, proudly exhibiting Catalonia’s flag in a rally on Thursday, October 24.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 24, 2019

International News

Survival rate doubles for premature babies in U.K.

Doctors had previously been recommended to only attempt to save premature babies after 23 weeks; however, new data shows that babies born earlier can be saved, and the overall rate for premature survival has doubled as medical technology improves.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 24, 2019

Former Nova Scotia police chief found guilty of sexual exploitation

Former Bridgewater police chief John Collyer has been found guilty of sexual exploitation involving a 17-year-old girl.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 24, 2019

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