Jonathan Bradley

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Articles/Stories written by Jonathan Bradley: 41

Top five Republican campaign ads from the 2020 election cycle

These ads are for House of Representatives, state senate, and gubernatorial races. Here the five best Republican ads from the 2020 election cycle.

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Ford government invests $550 million to improve schools

The Ford government is putting $550 million towards building and upgrading schools they say will deliver modern, state-of-the-art classrooms and licensed child care spaces.

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Toronto COVID-19 enforcement team cracks down during Thanksgiving weekend

Toronto's COVID-19 enforcement team conducted compliance checks on establishments in Toronto throughout the Thanksgiving weekend.

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Yaniv drops complaints against Vancouver salons

Serial human rights complainant Jessica Yaniv has ended two lawsuits against Vancouver beauty salons.

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Ford government reveals $2.8 BILLION COVID-19 fall response initiative

Premier Doug Ford said the plan, called “Keeping Ontarians Safe: Preparing for Future Waves of COVID-19,” will enable Ontario to identify, prevent, and respond to surges and waves of the virus to protect the health and safety of people in the province.

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New report blasts Canadian student unions and universities for anti-free speech stances

Twenty-three student unions were given at least one F this year, which almost doubled from 13 last year.

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Saskatchewan's lockdown restrictions found to violate the Charter

"While lockdown measures were presumably imposed with the good intention of saving lives, good intentions do not meet the Charter's test of demonstrable justification," the legal analysis said.

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Cancelled psych professor running for Nova Scotia councillor

"I am using it as a concrete example of my integrity," Mehta said. "I believe that it demonstrates clearly that I am firm when it comes to matters of principle or conscience."

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Five Republican contenders to watch in the election race this year

If the Republicans are to take back the House, the party would need to win 20 seats away from the Democrats. In the Senate, 35 seats are up for grabs.

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Ford government puts funding into crucial infrastructure

The Ford government is providing $30 million to municipalities through Connecting Links from 2021-2022 to build, repair, and replace local roads and bridges.

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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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