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Wyatt Claypool

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Opinion

Metis activist and Conservative MP speak out about poor Metis identification standards

The Indigenous scholarship brouhaha looks like it could be the latest in an sad trend of people self-identifying as Indigenous in order to reap the benefits meant for historically persecuted and marginalized people.

Wyatt Claypool / Nov 23, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

WATCH: Anti-Semitic violence erupts at Toronto university

Wednesday night at York University in Toronto, members of the group Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA) assaulted Jewish students attempting…

Wyatt Claypool / Nov 21, 2019

Opinion

Richard Spencer is depraved filth

For those who were clueless, Richard Spencer has proven yet again to be a raving mad neo-Nazi in newly released audio.

Wyatt Claypool / Nov 4, 2019

Opinion

No wonder Alberta’s furious: Kenney calls for referendum on equalization while Quebec receives $13 billion in 2019

Now that Quebec is a have province you would assume they would start being a benefactor to have-not provinces. Well, you would be wrong.

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 26, 2019

Canadian News

Raptors superfan awarded with personal championship ring

Last night during halftime Nav Bhatia, also known as “Superfan Nav” was presented with his own championship ring along with the Toronto Raptors’ players.

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 23, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Jagmeet Singh is on thin ice and the NDP lacks capable replacements

Singh may find himself on thin ice as party leader, with no viable replacement.

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 22, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Bill C-399: A “safety net” that projects compassion and strength for Canadians with disabilities

This proposed legislation has the power to bring parliament together, bettering the lives of thousands of Canadians.

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 18, 2019

Manitoba hit with massive snowstorm

Manitoba experienced 50cm-70cm of snow before the weekend started.

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 12, 2019

Canadian News, Business & Finance

Average Canadian net worth shrinks for first time in almost a decade

The average Canadian household net worth fell by $7,594 (1.1%) to $678,792.

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 2, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Liberals promise to eliminate citizenship fees

The Liberal party announced the elimination of the processing fees that come along with citizenship for new Canadians to make it “more affordable.”

Wyatt Claypool / Oct 1, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Trudeau’s camping bursary is an expensive distraction from the issues at hand

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party made a new campaign promise today called “a camping experience for every kid in Canada” which unsurprisingly has another heavy price tag attached to it.

Wyatt Claypool / Sep 30, 2019

Opinion

Canadians care about climate change but few are willing to pay out of pocket for it

A new Ipsos poll, conducted for Global News, found that despite the growing number of Canadians concerned over climate change, the actual amount of people not willing to spend a single cent on the issue makes up 46% of Canadians

Wyatt Claypool / Sep 27, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Where each party stands on the Safe Third Country Agreement

The 2002 Safe Third Country Agreement (STCA) with the United States has become a hot button issue for the Canadian federal election. Different perspectives abound – ranging from abolition to strengthening the deal.

Wyatt Claypool / Sep 25, 2019

Canadian News, Technology

Twitter says no sign of interference ahead of Canadian election

Today Twitter gave Canadians positive news regarding election interference, stating that we are all-clear of significant election manipulation, so far.

Wyatt Claypool / Sep 24, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Calgary Conservative MP accuses Liberal opponent of spreading defamatory misinformation about him

Conservative candidate for Calgary Shepard, Tom Kmiec, struck back at his Liberal party opponent, Del Arnold, for spreading defamatory misinformation about him.

Wyatt Claypool / Sep 24, 2019

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