Cross-border family unification rules to be relaxed

The Canadian government is set to make changes to the rules on their cross-border policies, allowing more situations for people to enter into Canada for purposes of family unification.

James Anthony

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

Canada-US land border to remain closed through October 21

Officials have decided to continue the closure of all Canada/US land borders thought the 21st of October, due to ongoing concerns over the coronavirus.

James Anthony

The far-left has been indoctrinated to hate Canada and don't even believe it should exist

They hate Canada. They don’t think Canada should even exist. And if you’re a common-sense person who loves our country, they hate you too.

Spencer Fernando

To save lives, let's give up more of our rights and freedoms

If giving up our Charter rights and freedoms in order to save lives is a good thing, then we really haven't gone far enough.

John Carpay

McDonald's Canada to source only Canadian beef starting in September

McDonald's Canada announced that they will be shifting back to solely sourcing Canadian beef for their burgers come September.

Joe Vaughan

Federal Court rules US not safe for refugees, Canada-US 'Safe Third Country Agreement' unconstitutional

The decision was made by Justice Ann McDonald and says that refugees cannot be sent back to the US because it is not considered a safe country for them anymore.

Sam Edwards

Why Canadian Jews should support Donald Trump

I am mystified how Canadian Jews can hate Trump so much when he has clearly been so supportive of our community and Israel.

Georganne Burke

Ford says Canada-US border should stay closed

Premier Doug Ford says he does not want to reopen the Canada-US border any time soon, citing a rise in coronavirus cases in the southern states.

Sam Edwards

Worker deaths, government crackdown on dissidents, and criminal investigation surround Canadian mines in Latin America

In Putaendo, a city of Chile, hundreds of police and military personnel, reportedly “armed to the teeth,” flooded its streets to supervise extractive activity. Unlike other regions, Putaendo has no large-scale mines. It has, however, been eyed by a Canadian junior for preliminary exploration.

Samuel Helguero

Canadian newspaper issues TRIGGER WARNING over printing Canadian flag for Canada Day

As North America continues to cower and capitulate to the mob, a cowardly Canadian newspaper has taken grovelling to our woke overlords to the next level.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson

Canada should abolish the civil jury service

Civil juries are ill-equipped to weather social distancing, and should no longer be maintained as part of the Canadian court system.

Ryan O'Connor

BREAKING: Trudeau FAILS to win seat on UN Security Council

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has lost his bid for Canada to secure a temporary seat on the UN Security Council.

Nico Johnson

Post-COVID, Canadians must put politics aside and look at results

Hindsight may be 20-20 but it is important that we learn lessons from this public policy disaster. We cannot be lemmings, marching into the sea behind our "experts".

Georganne Burke

On D-Day anniversary, George Floyd protestors deface statues of Churchill and Lincoln

On this 76th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy in World War II, protestors in London defaced a statue of William Churchill and another of Abraham Lincoln.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson