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Siddak Ahuja

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Canadian News

Erin O’Toole calls for ‘mandatory minimum’ sentences for pedophiles

Conservative MP and leadership candidate Erin O’Toole showed his toughness on tackling crime by saying Canada should have “mandatory minimum” sentences for convicts.

Siddak Ahuja / Jan 16, 2020

Opinion, American News

#CNNisTrash trends on Twitter following Democratic debate

The Democratic debates took that place in Iowa saw a heavy moderator bias against Bernie Sanders, prompting many Democrat voters to trend #CNNisTrash.

Siddak Ahuja / Jan 15, 2020

Canadian News

Ottawa asked Canadians if they are ‘comfortable’ with LGBTQ people

Over 91.8 percent of Canadians said they were “comfortable” if their next-door neighbour were to be lesbian, gay, or bisexual in the government poll.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 29, 2019

Canadian News, Business & Finance

Albertans feel worse off, spend less: poll

A new Ipsos poll shows Albertans are feeling poorer in life, and are spending less than in any other Canadian province.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 29, 2019

American News

Michael Bloomberg used prison labour for his Presidential campaign

The prisoners working on Bloomberg’s campaign were allegedly paid just between $20 and $30 a month.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 25, 2019

American News

Veteran wakes up out of a coma just in time for Christmas

A Christmas miracle occurred in Nebraska, where a “Purple Heart” veteran woke out of a coma after suffering a brain injury.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 25, 2019

American News

Someone in Kentucky shot 20 horses dead, murdering them in cold blood

A total of 20 horses were found shot dead in Floyd County, Kentucky. Those responsible remain at large.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 24, 2019

Canadian News

New Montreal board game rewards corruption

Loach said he got the idea while he was stuck in a Montreal traffic jam a couple of years ago.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 24, 2019

Canadian News, News

Canadian firefighters in Australia for Christmas holidays to fight wildfires

At least 68 Canadian firefighters are giving up their Christmas holidays this year to help their Australian mates battle wildfires down under.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 24, 2019

Canadian News

Jody Wilson-Raybould is 2019’s newsmaker of the year

After being surveyed by The Canadian Press, Jody Wilson-Raybould was declared “Newsmaker of the Year” for 2019.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 22, 2019

International News, Politics & Policy

Auschwitz Memorial Twitter account denies Polish role in Holocaust

The Twitter account of the official memorial at the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland is vocally denying Polish complicity in the Holocaust.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 10, 2019

Culture

Jessica Yaniv accused of masturbating to underage teens on video

In yet another bizarre twist in the saga of Jessica Yaniv, numerous teenagers have come forward with allegations that Yaniv masturbated to them.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 10, 2019

Canadian News, American News

Trump Jr. trashes Trudeau on Twitter

Donald Trump Jr. trashed Canadian PM Justin Trudeau via Twitter on Friday, citing job growth in America in comparison to job losses in Canada.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 6, 2019

Canadian News

McGill sides with Jewish student, against student government

“The motion approved by the SSMU Legislative Council purposely singles out an individual member of SSMU,” reads the email.

Siddak Ahuja / Dec 2, 2019

Canadian News

Jewish student targeted by McGill student government in alleged anti-Semitic bullying

“If I do not resign, I am being implicitly threatened with impeachment upon my return,” said Jordyn Wright. “I have been the subject of thinly-veiled and blatant anti-Semitism.”

Siddak Ahuja / Nov 29, 2019

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