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Canadian News

Ongoing RCMP sexual harassment case expected to settle at $100M

A second major RCMP sexual harassment case, only 3 years after the last, will be settled at $100M following the claims of lead plaintiff Cheryl Tiller.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 8, 2019

Canadian News

Pro-life film cancelled following threats

The pro-life movie Unplanned has had its first Canadian screening cancelled after alleged threats were made against the Shuswap movie theatre.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 5, 2019

International News

Tanzania drops prison threat over publishing independent statistics

Every person now has the right to collect and publish statistics and criminal liability has been removed from the law – all of this in a country with a reputation for suppressing the press.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 5, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

EXPOSED: The $600M war on Canadian energy

In her testimony, Krause went on to detail the Trudeau government’s history of resisting pipelines, saying that when Trudeau said he would approve the Trans Mountain pipeline, he scrapped the Northern Gateway pipeline, which had already been approved.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 5, 2019

International News

Hong Kong divided: Protests continue after legislature assault

Hong Kong is still divided over the actions of a relatively small group of protesters who decided to storm the legislature during the ongoing Hong Kong protests.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 4, 2019

International News

Migrant vessel capsizes off the coast of Tunisia

Of the 86 migrants, only four were found and 82 are missing. Of the four found, one man from the Ivory Coast has since died in hospital, while the other three are still receiving treatment.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 4, 2019

American News

Judge blocks controversial Ohio abortion law

On Wednesday, July 3rd, a federal judge in Columbus, Ohio, decided to temporarily block Ohio’s abortion law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, arguing that the law would “end the procedure in the state.”

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 4, 2019

Canadian News, International News, Business & Finance

Boeing to pay $100 million following devastating crashes

The two crashes in question happened within 5 months of each other, beginning late last year.

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 4, 2019

International News

14 Dead after fire aboard a Russian nuclear submarine

14 Crew members have been confirmed dead after a fire broke out that released toxic fumes aboard a Russian navy…

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 3, 2019

International News

Church vandalism is rampant in Europe

Police figures disseminated by The Sun UK—only a week before the tragic fire at the 850-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral—show that…

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 3, 2019

International News

Mali massacre sees 100 Christians dead and their village “virtually wiped out”

An attack in a small village in Mali on June 10 has seen roughly 100 dead, with 95 bodies having…

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 2, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Ford government adds financial literacy to Ontario curriculum

Ontario’s Ford government is about to add financial literacy as part of its new Grade 10 careers class, which will…

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 2, 2019

Canadian News

One man shot following road rage incident in Calgary

According to local police, a 40-year-old man in Calgary has been shot while working in a construction zone on Saturday…

Dylan Gibbons / Jul 2, 2019

Politics & Policy

Only 866 of 45,000 ‘irregular’ migrants have been deported since 2017

Out of 45,000 rejected asylum claims, only 866 illegal border crossers have been deported.

Dylan Gibbons / Jun 30, 2019

News, International News

Five terror attacks receiving little coverage by the mainstream media

This year alone there have been numerous terror attacks throughout the world. While some have been widely covered, a few have taken place without little notice from the mainstream media.

Dylan Gibbons / Jun 29, 2019

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