Jonathan Bradley

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Articles/Stories written by Jonathan Bradley: 31

Ford government to provide $1.6 billion in first round of emergency funding

The Ontario government will be giving municipalities up to $1.6 billion as part of the first round of emergency funding under the Safe Restart Agreement.

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Canadian universities should mandate courses on the Canadian constitution

A course on the Canadian constitution would show students Canada is among the greatest countries in the world, and people should readily accept this statement based on this country's achievements.

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Western countries and the creep of communism

Western countries are among the most successful in the world. The success of these western countries is derived from the freedom they provide their people.

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Russians voted yes on collection of 200 constitutional amendments, including same-sex marriage and Putin's rule

The referendum included over 200 constitutional amendments, and the way the ballot was formulated, it asked for a yes or no vote across the board.

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Families of Nova Scotia shooting victims launch class-action lawsuit against RCMP

The families of the Nova Scotians killed and injured during the mass shooting in April have filed a proposed class-action against the RCMP.

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Movies could be back in theatres by the end of June

Cineplex is aiming to have a gradual reopening of their Canadian movie theatres, starting with six locations in Alberta later this month.

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Arrests made in laser pointer attack on York Regional Police helicopter

Two men have been arrested and charged with a series of what York Regional Police (YRP) called “laser attacks” on the police agency’s Air2 helicopter.

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Toronto to paint circles in Trinity Bellwoods Park to enforce social distancing

Toronto will be painting circles on the grass at Trinity Bellwoods Park to enforce social distancing as per coronavirus crisis measures.

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Trudeau government exchanges sick days for NDP votes to limit Parliamentary seatings through summer

Trudeau said he will encourage the provinces to implement 10 days of paid sick leave per year as Canada deals with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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Ontario’s deficit to quadruple to $41 billion due to coronavirus costs

Ontario’s deficit is expected to quadruple in 2020-2021 due to the partial economic shutdown associated with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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Sidewalk Labs pulling out of Toronto's Quayside waterfront project

Sidewalk Labs cancelled their Quayside waterfront development in Toronto, citing "unprecedented economic uncertainty."

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Canada's far-left activists plan to use coronavirus to further violent aims

Canadian far-left extremist groups are hoping to take advantage of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to further their radical views through direct violence.

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Supermarket temperature checks implemented at T&T stores in Canada

Temperature checks will be done on staff and customers at T&T Supermarkets across Canada starting April 20 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Candace Owens considers run for office

“I’m now honestly considering running for office,” tweeted Owens. “Never had any desire to previously, but something changed in me last night.”

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EXPOSED: Overpaid radical propagandist professors are plaguing Ontario universities

It is time that we stop paying six figure salaries to these destructive professors who prioritize feelings over facts and encourage students to be irrational.

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