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17 days ago

Mitch McConnell to oppose effort to block Electoral College certification

Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, is expected to break from tradition of always supporting the pro-Trump caucus and publicly rebuke members of the Senate.

James Anthony
a month ago

Liberal MP Catherine McKenna and other Ottawa politicians denounce Ford's lockdown

Ottawa had been cruising on seven weeks of low COVID numbers, but that hasn't stopped Premier Doug Ford from imposing a 28-day lockdown on the city.

Elie Cantin-Nantel
2 months ago

Almost $200,000 worth of fines issued to church-goers, others violating lockdown orders in Manitoba

Officials for the Province of Manitoba have issued a grand total of $181,574 of lockdown fines in the past week, and there may be more coming.

James Anthony
2 months ago

Giuliani: Trump team will focus on state legislatures in addition to lawsuits

Rudy Giuliani has stated that the Trump legal team will focus on lobbying state legislatures in key states to get results, as well as lawsuits.

James Anthony
2 months ago

Premier Kenney urged to ignore 'fearmongering' doctors calling for more lockdown measures

The JCCF said in the press release these lockdown measures violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms by restricting people’s ability to move, travel, associate, assemble, and worship.

Jonathan Bradley
2 months ago

UN report calls Alberta oil industry impact on Indigenous community 'disturbing' while ignoring its benefits

The oil industry has helped Indigenous-owned companies secure more than $5 billion worth of contracts from oil sands companies in the Wood Buffalo Region.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
3 months ago

Alberta NDP wants Canada put on list of genocidal nations for Genocide Remembrance Month

Feehan suggests that while Canada is not directly responsible for the the “genocide” of murdered indigenous women, the nation’s indifference to enforcement is enough for the label.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
3 months ago

'Media lapdogs': Mainstream media completely ignores Bobulinski bombshell revelations

Tucker Carlson interviewed Tony Bobulinski for a whole hour on Tuesday night on his show. The mainstream media has barely even mentioned the interview.

James Anthony
4 months ago

Google searches for 'move to Canada' spike after US presidential debate

Tuesday night’s presidential debate appeared to spark more controversy than confidence among the American populace. From 9pm on, people started typing “move to Canada” in Google in record numbers.

James Anthony
4 months ago

Police chief stabbed in the face with ice pick as he opened his door

A police chief in Bonneau, South Carolina answered his door and was immediately attacked by a man, receiving a wound in the face from an ice pick.

James Anthony
6 months ago

BREAKING: Edmonton Eskimos announce team name change

The Edmonton Eskimos football club will be changing their name, the organization announced in a tweet on Tuesday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
8 months ago

Black Lives Matter protestors urged to self-isolate and get tested for coronavirus

Organizers of Black Lives Matter protests are urging those who participated to get tested for COVID-19 and to self-isolate for 14 days.

Barrett Wilson
8 months ago

Alberta man who killed 7-year-old girl was assessed by police, mental health professionals hours before murder

Edmonton Police Service confirmed the mother's account on Friday that police "were made aware" that Moss was "experiencing mental concerns."

Collin Jones

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