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19 hours ago

BREAKING: Canada BANS Huawei, ZTE from telecom systems

The Canadian government has moved to officially ban Huawei and ZTE products and services from Canada's telecommunications systems.

Jarryd Jaeger
a day ago

Jason Kenney to step down as UCP leader after barely surviving leadership review vote

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced on Wednesday that he will be stepping down from his position as leader of the United Conservative Party of Alberta.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
2 days ago

Western University deletes pro-LGBTQ post depicting women in hijabs following backlash from Muslim community

An image posted to Instagram by Western University depicting two women in hijabs about to kiss was deleted after being deemed "inappropriate" by the Muslim community.

Jarryd Jaeger
4 days ago

'It's not just enough to freeze bank accounts': Trudeau-funded Winnipeg Free Press journalist on anti-government protesters

The comments come after New Democrat leader Jagmeet Singh was heckled and harassed by protesters while leaving an event in Peterborough, Ontario last week.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
4 days ago

Military spied on Ottawa truckers' protest while Trudeau Liberals suggested those claims 'misinformation'

"What the member opposite just engaged in is dangerously close to misinformation and disinformation designed to gin up fears and conspiracy theories," said Trudeau of the claims last week.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
7 days ago

Canadian pastors who refused to close church during Covid lockdown WIN in court

To date, the Crown has dropped more than four dozen tickets issued to BC churches represented by the Justice Centre.

Angelo Isidorou
7 days ago

RCMP will 'follow up' after NDP leader heckled in Peterborough, Ontario

Singh called the experience one of the most "insulting" he's had in his time as a public figure.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
7 days ago

Canadian kindergartners given masturbation homework assignment

"Draw a picture of the private places where you can touch your penis or vulva if you want to."

Nick Monroe
8 days ago

Doug Ford backs Stephen Lecce after his apology for fraternity 'slave auction'

Doug Ford came out in support of Stephen Lecce after the education minister apologized for participating in a "slave auction" held by his fraternity.

Jarryd Jaeger
8 days ago

Canadians mostly support abortion: poll

11 percent say that the government should revisit the issue and the question of there being no limits to Canada's abortion laws.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
8 days ago

Ottawa Police Service looking to hire non-white, non-male candidates

"There has never been a better time to apply to the Ottawa Police Service. We’re looking for female or racialized candidates to help us better reflect the communities we serve."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
8 days ago

Ontario Liberal candidate fired over homophobic comments

Alec Mazurek, who was running for the riding of Chatham-Kent-Leamington, was terminated as a candidate just hours before the deadline set by Elections Ontario.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
9 days ago

Trudeau Liberals promise $3.5 million for projects aimed at improving abortion services in Canada

In the wake of the imminent reversal of Roe v. Wade by the US Supreme Court, the Canadian government has renewed its support for abortions.

Jarryd Jaeger
9 days ago

Stephen Lecce apologizes for participating in 'slave auction' during fraternity days

"The event from 2006 was inappropriate and in no way reflects who I am as a person, which is why I unreservedly apologize," Lecce wrote,

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
9 days ago

Amazon pulls sexually explicit children's clothing from online shop

Ads for the clothing showed children modeling the outfits, such as a girl's dress with the message "I love c*ck" stamped all over it.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz