Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

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Toronto mayor celebrates 'Menstrual Hygiene Day' by calling women 'menstruators' and 'people who menstruate'

It is quite odd that the official website for Menstrual Health Day specifically names women and girls, but Mayor Tory's proclamation does not.

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Here's what will be in Trump's social media executive order today

The draft order accuses big tech of "invoking inconsistent, irrational, and groundless justifications to censor or otherwise punish Americans' speech here at home."

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Students don't even need to be students to get big cheques from Trudeau government

Teenagers are eligible for up to $5,000 (or $8,000 if they are disabled) through Bill C-15 titled, An Act Respecting Canada Emergency Student Benefits.

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Ford announces government will take over several long term care homes, WILL NOT fire minister of long-term care

Ford announced today that, effective immediately, the Ford government has begun the process of taking over management of the five homes highlighted in the report.

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Trudeau government lawyers cost taxpayers $222 MILLION

Despite losing nearly a third of all lawsuits, a newly released audit into the Department of Justice found that government lawyers cost tax payers a whopping $222 million.

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Trudeau admits in-person meetings are more effective after shutting down Parliament

Earlier today, a vote passed in Parliament to limit debate in the House of Commons, with the opposition accusing Trudeau of lacking transparency.

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MPs are using dangerous China-owned apps to reach out to Canadians

In 2017, the Chinese government put into place a law forcing all Chinese companies to give user data, upon request.

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Trudeau announces meeting with UN, will look into giving asylum seekers immigrant status

Trudeau touched on how Canadian jobs and businesses were dependent on international business, saying that Canada "can't wait for others to act."

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Trudeau government warns MPs not to use the term 'aboriginal' anymore

The term "Indian" was used in Cabinet until 2011, when the department's name switched to "Aboriginal Affairs." It changed again in 2015 to "Indigenous Affairs."

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WATCH: Scheer ROASTS Trudeau over China admiration

When Scheer set his sights on China, he made sure to mention that Trudeau had previously expressed admiration for China's "basic dictatorship."

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NFL aims to have stadiums full of fans come next season despite virus

Luckily for the NFL, they were able to go through with the Super Bowl and finish their season on a high note at the start of February.

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BREAKING: Ford says 'there will be consequences' for landlords who do not help tenants

Ford said that it was up to landlords to accept the olive branch from the provincial and federal government.

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WATCH: Trudeau squirms out of question on Liberals taking taxpayer dollars via pandemic benefits

On Friday, it was revealed that the Liberal Party was taking wage subsidy cash from the taxpayer wallet, along with the New Democrats and the Progressive Conservatives.

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Toronto police chief says Toronto park goers were defecating on driveways and backyards

Saunders said that parkgoers were spotted urinating and defecating on nearby properties, driveways, and backyards.

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BUSTED: Toronto mayor breaks his own social distancing rules in crowded park

The photos emerged after public outcry over photos of a crowded Trinity Bellwood park, a west-Toronto public area that has remained open to the public throughout the pandemic.

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