Quinn Patrick

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Articles/Stories written by Quinn Patrick: 618

Trump will have to fight to keep his tax records hidden, rules Supreme Court

The fight to get President Trump's tax records continued with the Supreme Courts saying that Trump isn't immune from attempts to acquire those records.

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BC hockey team changes name from 'Braves' just in case it might be offensive

A hockey team on Vancouver Island will be changing their name and logo after the team's owners felt it may be disrespectful to Indigenous communities.

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BC Senator says pandemic is a good time to test out basic income for all Canadians

Yuen Pau Woo, a B.C. senator says that the COVID-19 pandemic is just as good of time as any to test out the program of universal basic income in Canada.

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Quebec orders all bars to close at midnight, makes masks mandatory

All bars will be ordered to close down after midnight in Quebec as part of an effort to reduce the spread of a second wave of COVID-19.

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BC female RCMP officer punished for sexual misconduct that occurred a decade ago

A female RCMP officer has been docked 20 days' worth of pay and 10 days' worth of annual leave as punishment following a complaint of sexual misconduct.

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US considers banning TikTok app over security threat

The TikTok app which has taken the world by storm may be getting banned in the U.S. as their government fears there is a potential security threat.

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Singh says Trump has done more than Trudeau on police brutality

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has recently said that in terms of addressing police brutality U.S. President Trump has done more than Prime Minister Trudeau.

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Chair of finance committee goes after payday loans, calling them 'ungodly'

The Liberal chair of the Commons finance committee is trying to change the regulations surrounding payday loans, which he referred to as 'ungodly.'

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Noted authors demand end to censorship and cancel culture

The letter was signed by Noam Chomsky, Margaret Atwood, JK Rowling, Salman Rushdie, Malcolm Gladwell, Jonathan Haidt, and dozens more writers, journalists and academics.

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Police discovery of 'torture chambers' in sea containers leads to 100s of arrests in underground network

Six men have been arrested by Dutch police following the discovery of several sea containers that had been converted into improvised "torture chambers."

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Ex-football players lobby SFU to change their Scottish nickname 'The Clan'

Simon Fraser University is considering changing the nick name of the football team, which is referred to as "The Clan." despite no connection to KKK.

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McDonald's $1 ice cream cones and soft drinks return for summertime

McDonald's is bringing back their summertime promotion of $1 dollar and $2 dollar ice cream deals and Canadians are rejoicing.

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Edmonton city council cuts police budget by $11 MILLION, plans to reinvest in social agencies

Edmonton's city council passed a plan to reform policing that will involve the police working with social agencies to aid Edmonton's most vulnerable.

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Scientists claim not wearing a face mask should be stigmatized like impaired driving

Some scientists are claiming that the refusal to wear a face mask should be seen as akin to drinking and driving as it is a danger to those around you.

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Ontario reports first day of zero coronavirus deaths since March

On Monday, Ontario recorded no new deaths related to COVID-19 for the first time since March, according to the Toronto Sun.

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