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Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Liberal candidate Bill Morneau blows away the competition and retains seat

The incumbent Bill Morneau, Canada’s Minister of Finance, has managed to retain his seat as MP for the Toronto Centre riding, winning 55 per cent of votes.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Politics & Policy

Liberal candidate Chrystia Freeland wins decisive reelection

Freeland easily won a decisive victory in her downtown Toronto riding, with NDP candidate Melissa Jean-Baptiste Vajda trailing far behind. Many have expected this as Freeland has established herself as a high-profile candidate, while her opponents are relatively unknown.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Trudeau-appointed senator resigns from post during election

Senator André Pratte formally announced his resignation from the senate while election results are being broadcasted.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Vancouver Police post wanted posters and $100,000 reward for murder suspect

Wanted pictures of Conor D’monte, one of the province’s most notorious criminals and gang members, are littering the streets of Vancouver.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Machete-wielding suspect forces Alberta hostage to take him to Blood Reserve

The unidentified suspect, armed with a machete, allegedly snuck up to a man parked in a McDonald’s parking lot in the 400 block of Mayor Magrath Drive North. He then forced his way into the vehicle and made the driver go to an ATM and withdraw money

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Hamilton Police call for homicide suspect to turn himself in

Hamilton Police have identified the suspect wanted for the homicide of 29-year-old Obsa Junedi Mohamed.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Man who tried to parachute off Toronto construction site arrested

The thrill-seeking adrenaline junkie was observed on October 20 scaling a 58-storey condominium construction site while carrying a parachute. His intent was to dive off the crane on the upper storey and parachute to safety like an action star or superhero.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 21, 2019

Canadian News

Scheer honours the memory of two Canadian Armed Forces soldiers murdered on Canadian soil

Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer posted on social media to honour the anniversary and memory of two Canadian Armed Forces members who were victims of terrorism in 2014.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 20, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Hong Kong Canadians ask why Liberal candidate picked campaign co-chair with ties to China: Report

A Liberal candidate and her election co-chair are being accused of having close ties to the Chinese government according to a report from Global News.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 20, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Justin Trudeau appeals to voters with memory of father, comments on Quebec

"My father always used to tell me that when you are paddling across a big lake, and the clouds get darker and the wind comes up, and the waves start to show white caps and break a little more, there really only is one thing to do,"

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 20, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Jagmeet Singh publicly apologizes for saying he doesn’t respect Conservatives

On Friday, Jagmeet Singh publicly apologized for the knee jerk intolerance he showed towards Conservatives only a day earlier.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 20, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

New Brunswick Premier accuses candidates of treating Quebec like Canada’s ‘favourite child’

On Friday, New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs accused candidates of genuflecting to Quebec when asked if he thinks Quebec is treated like Canada’s favourite child. He affirmed that Quebec has always received special treatment.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 20, 2019

Driver who tried to drive through Calgary military parade has no extremist links, police say

On Saturday, a crazed driver, 22 and male, and his passenger, 28 and female, attempted to plow through police barricades and infiltrate an ongoing military parade in downtown Calgary, possibly with the intent to do harm.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 20, 2019

Halifax police change procedures after off-duty officer charged with careless use of a firearm

At a press conference, Dan Kinsella told reporters that Halifax Regional Police officers will no longer be allowed to bring their service weapons home with them or carry them while not on duty.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 19, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Conservative Party address Canadian border agency’s decision to cancel outstanding illegal entry warrants

“In limited circumstances, an immigration warrant may be cancelled even if it cannot be confirmed that an individual has left Canada,” said CBSA spokesperson Rebecca Purdy.

Dylan Gibbons / Oct 19, 2019

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