Alex Anas Ahmed

Alex Anas Ahmed is a Political Science and History graduate from the University of Calgary. He has actively written on relevant Canadian issues with dozens of prominent interviews under his belt.


6 days ago

House of Commons to increase by four seats in 2024—Alberta gets three new seats

Elections Canada announced Friday that Canada will gain four seats in the House of Commons as early as 2024, but at the cost of one seat in Quebec.

Alex Anas Ahmed
7 days ago

1996 report says Canada's Health Department found 'immunization was not mandatory'

According to the report, "immunization is not mandatory in Canada," said the department's Canadian National Report On Immunization. "It cannot be made mandatory because of the Canadian Constitution."

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7 days ago

CNN contributor calls out network for 'dishonest' reporting of Joe Rogan's Ivermectin prescription

CNN contributor Mary Katharine Ham sided with podcast host Joe Rogan stating it was wrong for CNN to call his Ivermectin prescription a "horse dewormer."

Alex Anas Ahmed
7 days ago

Alberta pastor won't submit to judge's order that he walk back opposition to vaccine mandates

Germain, a former politician with the Alberta Liberal Party, issued a rebuttal to Pawlowski where he speculated the pastor wanted to be punished. He claimed Pawlowski "taunted me to imprison him."

Alex Anas Ahmed
7 days ago

Dr. Vipond is a hypocrite on COVID, climate change

A vocal critic of Alberta's COVID response is broadening his advocacy to include climate change as he prepares for a trip to COVID hotspot Glasgow for COP26 alongside his daughter.

Alex Anas Ahmed
7 days ago

Ninety-five percent of Afghans lack enough food for winter, says UN World Food Program

Desperate to feed her family, Saleha, a housecleaner in western Afghanistan, incurred a debt of $550 that her lender will write off if she hands over her 3-year-old daughter, Najiba.

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7 days ago

Philadelphia woman raped on city train, other riders do nothing

On Wednesday night, bystanders looked on as an assailant raped a Philadelphia woman on a SEPTA Market-Frankford elevated train. Authorities said Friday that nobody called the police during the incident.

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7 days ago

Eric Adams vows to mandate COVID vaccines for New York children under 12, pending FDA approval

He claims the mandate "is to protect the child and the student population." Adams' comments came after Mayor Bill de Blasio chose not to mandate COVID vaccines for school kids under 12 once they're approved.

Alex Anas Ahmed
8 days ago

Dr. Deena Hinshaw apologizes to Alberta family for 'public debate' on son's death

Hinshaw admits Alberta Health mistook the death of 14-year-old Nathanael Spitzer for COVID and said the province is committed to verifying all the facts for suspected COVID deaths under 18 moving forward.

Alex Anas Ahmed
9 days ago

CBC apologizes for using photo of mannequin to represent ICU patient

Reuters fact-checkers said the CBC was missing context because the public broadcaster failed to mention that filming took place at NAIT and MacEwan University.

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9 days ago

RCMP flip-flops on defying mandatory vaccine policy

The RCMP's union backtracked on its defiance towards the vaccination policy for its members. While they 'support' a Mountie's right to refuse the COVID vaccine, it warned officers of the consequences of that choice.

Alex Anas Ahmed
9 days ago

Alberta family slams NDP for 'fake news' claim that teenage boy with brain cancer died of COVID

While initial reports claimed Nathanael Spitzer's death was COVID-related, family members took to social media to clarify he passed from stage 4 brain cancer.

Alex Anas Ahmed
9 days ago

15 Trudeau Liberal organizers FINED for filing Election 2019 financial returns over one year late

The Commissioner of Elections yesterday levied fines against 15 Liberal Party organizers for technical breaches of the Canada Elections Act, including the agent for MP Mike Kelloway, who did not comment.

Alex Anas Ahmed
10 days ago

Alberta's proof of vaccination system to remain until early 2022

While other provinces mandated proof of vaccination of non-essential businesses, Alberta’s program is voluntary. However, companies that refuse the program face additional reductions to their capacity limit.

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10 days ago

REVEALED: Ruth Bader Ginsburg slammed athletes for kneeling during the national anthem — Katie Couric censored her

Former Today show host Katie Couric admitted to editing out negative comments made by Ruth Bader Ginsburg about people who kneel during the national anthem.

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