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Jason Unrau

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Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

New Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan overseeing hometown Atlantic boom, faced with western bust

Newfoundland MP, Trudeau’s close friend and newly-minted Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan’s empathy for the West was overshadowed by his hometown enthusiasm.

Jason Unrau / Nov 21, 2019

Canadian News, News

A complete list of Trudeau’s 2nd gender-balanced cabinet

A complete list of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority government cabinet picks, who were sworn in at Rideau Hall in Ottawa Wednesday.

Jason Unrau / Nov 20, 2019

Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

Outstanding hydro bills to physical threats: Delhi telephone scam bust

Victims were scammed over bogus hydro bills, phoney Canada Revenue Agency debt and one woman believed her husband was in danger while abroad in Sri Lanka.

Jason Unrau / Nov 20, 2019

Canadian News, News, Business & Finance

Indigenous TMX interests sidelined as premiers, opposition leaders posture in minority government lead-up

Indigenous interests, particularly regarding TMX, took a back seat last week as premiers and opposition leaders postured.

Jason Unrau / Nov 19, 2019

Canadian News, News, Culture

Captain Kirk achieves Order of Canada ‘officer’ rank

William Shatner, Donald Sutherland among those to be honoured for their contributions to Canadian society.

Jason Unrau / Nov 18, 2019

Canadian News, News

Parliament policy banning ‘I love Canadian oil & gas’ tee remains a mystery

Ten weeks after parliament security banned pro-oil and gas t-shirt worn by tourist, a Saskatchewan senator still hasn’t been answered on who drove the decision.

Jason Unrau / Nov 15, 2019

Canadian News, News

RCMP’s latest malware bust highlights federal report showing 28 million Canadians compromised last year

The federal privacy commissioner says more than 28 million Canadian’s private information was exposed.

Jason Unrau / Nov 15, 2019

Canadian News

Thousands of cyber victims around the world, say RCMP after Canadian charged in malware investigation

RCMP charged John Paul Revesz, who spoke to The Post Millennial about being accused of unauthorized use of a computer.

Jason Unrau / Nov 14, 2019

Canadian News, News

Sask-premier warns ‘more of the same’ from Trudeau as PM announces Parliament reopens Dec. 5

Scheer and Moe said they were “disappointed” with their conversations with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Jason Unrau / Nov 12, 2019

News, International News

Bolivian President Evo Morales removed, accepts asylum in Mexico

Morales was Bolivia’s first-ever indigenous President. His reforms slashed poverty by half and quadrupled GDP.

Jason Unrau / Nov 12, 2019

Canadian News, International News, Politics & Policy

Canada-China relations mess compounded by Huawei 5G, post-secondary research relations

Huawei 5G on Canadian telecom networks threaten security collaboration with U.S. says former national security advisor Susan Rice: “It’s not a joke. It’s truly serious.”

Jason Unrau / Nov 9, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

EXTRA, EXTRA: Reporter evokes Old Testament, asks Scheer if homosexuality a sin, belabouring non-issue

Andrew Scheer is being unfairly maligned by the press on a non-issue.

Jason Unrau / Nov 8, 2019

Canadian News, News

Defence goes after key witness’ credibility in SNC-Lavalin corruption trial

A key witness told the jury in the SNC-Lavalin trial that he contacted the Canadian government to ask for help in getting money from delinquent accounts for work in Libya.

Jason Unrau / Nov 8, 2019

Canadian News, News, American News, Business & Finance

Court backs McKenna reducing polar bear hunt despite Inuit knowledge rejecting population crisis

Environment Minister Catherine McKenna was backed by federal court judge in reducing hunting of polar bears despite locals saying the bear is thriving.

Jason Unrau / Nov 6, 2019

Culture, #Entertainment

Trump ‘Deplorables’ behind Sean Spicer’s Dancing With The Stars staying power

Sean Spicer may not be a good dancer, but seeing him upset the Dancing With The Stars judges with his two left feet is still highly entertaining.

Jason Unrau / Nov 5, 2019

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