Elie Cantin-Nantel

Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial


15 hours ago

Peel police seeking 3 suspects linked to triple shooting in Brampton Cemetery

The shooting took place in the afternoon of August 31 at a cemetery in the Chinguacousy Road and Bovaird Drive area.

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3 days ago

Canadians are not worried about other countries having access to a vaccine first: Poll

A new Leger poll suggests most Canadians aren't currently worried that people in other countries might get a COVID-19 vaccine first.

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3 days ago

'Defund the Police Hamilton' leaves coffin outside mayor’s home

Officers arrived at the home and opened the coffin, where they found roses, plants and naloxone kits.

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4 days ago

Arson charges laid against man following East York house explosion

Arson charges have been laid against a 38-year-old man after a house explosion in East York last week left many people injured.

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4 days ago

Ontario pastor on the church’s battle against shutdowns

Dr. Aaron Rock is the head pastor at Harvest Bible Church in Windsor Ontario, and has been taking the lead in the fight to keep churches open across Canada.

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6 days ago

Trudeau refuses to say when vaccines will arrive in Canada

During his Friday presser in front of his home, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked when vaccines would arrive in Canada, a question which he did not answer.

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7 days ago

One-year-old dead, police officer seriously injured after shooting near Lindsay, Ontario

The Special Investigations Unit is investigating an interaction near Lindsay, Ontario between a 33-year-old man and the OPP which left the man’s one year old son dead.

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8 days ago

Ontario region unanimously votes to publicly shame those who violate COVID-19 restrictions

The motion states that “any fines issued related to COVID-19 related by-laws and public health regulations by the NRP, Public Health, and municipal by-law officials be published.”

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10 days ago

Eglinton Crosswalk worker taken to hospital following crane collapse

A crane on the Eglinton Crosswalk construction site collapsed Monday evening, sending a worker to hospital with minor injuries.

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10 days ago

Harmful South Australia lockdown cut short, after it was revealed pizza worker lied about outbreak

Officials in Adelaide, Australia ended the state’s six day “circuit breaker” lockdown early after it was revealed that a pizza parlour worker misled contact tracers into thinking there had been a significant outbreak.

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11 days ago

Man, 23, seriously hurt in gunfight with five police officers in Ontario, SIU says

The Special Investigations Unit has launched an investigation after a 23-year-old man was repeatedly shot at by police during a confrontation in Vaughan.

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11 days ago

Violating COVID-19 rules means $5,000 per day fines for some Ontario businesses

Businesses in the York region that do not follow rules imposed to flatten the curve of COVID-19 could be fined $5000 a day,

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14 days ago

Dr. Fauci says Santa is 'immune' to COVID-19

Children this morning are waking up the good news that Santa will be coming by to give presents, and not COVID-19 this year

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14 days ago

BREAKING: Fredericton shooter who killed four in 2018 found 'not criminally responsible'

Matthew Raymond, the man who killed four people in Fredericton back in 2018 has been found not criminally responsible by the jury due to his mental health conditions

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14 days ago

Are lockdowns unconstitutional? Ontario constitutional lawyer answers your lockdown questions

The Post Millennial reached out to Lisa Bildy, a lawyer for the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom who plans to challenge the new lockdowns imposed by the Ontario government in court.

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