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Jason Unrau

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Canadian News, News

Taxpayer-funded electric vehicle chargers barely used: Report

Based on an average charge time of 38 minutes per electric vehicle at Peel’s EV charging stations, the infrastructure sat idle more than 21 hours each day.

Jason Unrau / Jan 4, 2020

Canadian News, News, American News, International News

Canada calls for ‘restraint’ after US kills Iranian commander of Quds Force

“The safety and well-being of Canadians in Iraq and the region, including our troops and diplomats, is our paramount concern,” the minister said in a statement.

Jason Unrau / Jan 3, 2020

Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

Numbered company seeks to export 4.5 million megawatts of Ontario-generated power to U.S.

In 2018, 61.4 million MW of Canadian electricity was exported to the U.S. A numbered company’s request to sell energy equals 7.3 percent of 2018’s demand.

Jason Unrau / Jan 3, 2020

Canadian News, News

Elections commissioner targets Rebel Media’s Ezra Levant

The elections commissioner is investigating Ezra Levant and The Rebel after Levant released a book critical of Trudeau during the last federal election.

Jason Unrau / Jan 2, 2020

Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

Albertans brace for higher gas prices as carbon tax takes effect Jan. 1

Prominent gas expert and former Liberal MP Dan McTeague predicts Albertan’s will pay seven cents more a litre for gas, and everything will cost more.

Jason Unrau / Dec 31, 2019


Trudeau celebrates New Year in luxury as middle class struggles

As Trudeau jetted off to Costa Rica for Chistmas, middle class Canadians pay the Liberals’ carbon tax for the privilege of heating their homes.

Jason Unrau / Dec 31, 2019

Canadian News, News

Ring of Fire’s chromite cache remains stranded as Canada, U.S. mull ‘strategic mineral security’ plan

Critical for stainless steel production, China currently dominates the chromite marketplace but a possible U.S./Canada agreement could be a game changer.

Jason Unrau / Dec 30, 2019

Canadian News, News

Stephen Harper named to Order of Canada

Former prime minister Stephen Harper joins film director James Cameron and Nobel Prize winner Donna Strickland in receiving the nation’s highest honour.

Jason Unrau / Dec 28, 2019

Canadian News, News, Culture

Cybercriminals are using Star Wars, Taylor Swift, Greta Thunberg to dupe Canadians

Cybercriminals have stooped to using the new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie to trick fans into giving their credit card information.

Jason Unrau / Dec 24, 2019

Canadian News, News

Canadian-made laser successfully maps asteroid for NASA

A Canadian-built space laser mapped out an asteroid for NASA on its

Jason Unrau / Dec 23, 2019

Canadian News, News

SNC-Lavalin created ‘university’ for Libyan dictator’s son, faculty included former senator, Quebec minister

The six-week crash course in statecraft, public health, transport and banking was to prepare Saadi for his new SNC-Lavalin job as “Vice-President Maghreb”.

Jason Unrau / Dec 21, 2019

Canadian News, News

Trudeau’s Indigenous spending boost is part reality, part shell game

A budgetary mugs game spilled into Senate Finance committee this December about spending increases for Indigenous services and staffing two new departments.

Jason Unrau / Dec 19, 2019

Canadian News, International News, Politics & Policy

Iranian asset? Serious questions raised about Liberal MP’s ties to Islamic regime

Iranian-born Liberal MP Majid Jowhari was accused of being a paid agent of the Khamenei regime of Iran on Farsi television in the United Kingdom.

Jason Unrau / Dec 19, 2019

Canadian News, Business & Finance

Not nearly there yet: Morneau on Indigenous ownership of TMX

Western Indigenous Pipeline Group CEO Joe Dion says Ottawa must deal with them first as they’re on the TMX right-of-way, but Morneau was non-commital.

Jason Unrau / Dec 18, 2019

Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

Federal, provincial and household debt push Canada’s debt-to-GDP ratio over 280 percent

Consumer debt topped $2.25 trillion in June. Add this to federal and provincial debt and Canada’s debt-to-GDP ratio sky-rockets to 281%.

Jason Unrau / Dec 17, 2019

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