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Crossing the floor has historically been beneficial to Canadian voters.
Raymond Ayas / Jul 4, 2019
Whether we like it or not Christianity is woven into the fabric of our city’s heritage.
Raymond Ayas / Mar 21, 2019
Maxime Bernier claims Ottawa is overtaxing Canadians and holding money ransom to force provincial compliance.
Raymond Ayas / Feb 21, 2019
The city of Gatineau has sacked Deputy Mayor Nathalie Lemieux for saying “Islamophobia doesn’t exist.”
Raymond Ayas / Feb 4, 2019
Some powerful nations use secret slush funds, send out spies, or deploy hackers to influence elections in other countries. Egypt posts on Facebook.
Raymond Ayas / Jan 19, 2019
That Canada's Leader of the Official Opposition has actually banded together in solidarity with Trudeau's government to defend supply management - and thus artificially boost the cost of milk and cheese - makes this Twitter attack appear a bit disingenuous.
Raymond Ayas / Dec 26, 2018
"He is a criminal and he is involved in a whole lot of shit" Homeland Security agent says
Raymond Ayas / Dec 13, 2018
The police have already begun cracking down.
Raymond Ayas / Dec 8, 2018
Government denies journalists access to state-funded migrant housing
Raymond Ayas / Dec 4, 2018
Privacy breach in Canadian handgun consultations
Raymond Ayas / Nov 28, 2018
Maxime Bernier speaks to The Post Millennial about the UN Global Migration Compact.
Raymond Ayas / Nov 22, 2018
Students enrolled at Université de Québec à Montréal (UQAM) are now entitled to compel their professors to call them by new first names.
Raymond Ayas / Nov 13, 2018