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'CHIA VULVA': CBC honors Chia Pet Day with bizarre comedy routine

The clip is from the show "Sort Of", featuring actors Bilal Baig and Amanda Cordner.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Nov 30, 2022

Canadian News

Protestors in Toronto stand in solidarity with China's White Paper Revolutionaries fighting lockdowns, Xi Jinping, CCP

Protestors gathered outside the Chinese consulate in Toronto on Tuesday to stand in solidarity with the people of China as they push back against Xi Jinping's tyrannical "zero COVID" policies.

Beth Baisch / Nov 29, 2022

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WATCH: Trudeau DENIES calling the unvaccinated 'misogynists,' 'racists,' while under oath

"There are also people who are fiercely opposed to vaccines, who don't believe in science, that are often misogynists, often also racists," Trudeau said last year.

Alex Timothy / Nov 25, 2022

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Trudeau bill amendment would result in 'largest gun ban in Canadian history'

"The majority of Canada’s 2.2 million licensed firearms owners will now be criminalized, should these amendments to Bill C-21 become law."

Alex Timothy / Nov 25, 2022

Canadian News

WATCH: Trudeau says protesting to demand policy change is 'worrisome'

Trudeau said that he did not want to set any "bad precedents" by "legitimizing" the Freedom Convoy.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Nov 25, 2022

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McGill prefers hiring black candidates with CRT background: job listing

The school's action plan states that the school is seeking to increase the number of "Black tenure track and tenured professors."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Nov 25, 2022

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WATCH: Freeland claims Freedom Convoy held 'democracy hostage'

Canada's deputy prime minister said, "I don't think it's healthy, for a democracy, for any democracy, for policies to be made, you know, at gunpoint, if you will."

Alex Timothy / Nov 24, 2022

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Medically-assisted suicide recommended to another Canadian Armed Forces member

"I was kinda hoping they would help me with my transition out of the military," the actively-serving Canadian Forces member told podcast host and veterans advocate Mark Meincke.

Alex Timothy / Nov 24, 2022

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Ontario teacher with giant fake breasts goes skydiving with 'conservative pornstar', loses wig

While the prosthetic breasts survived the journey back down to earth, Lemieux's blonde wig flew off while in the air.

Jarryd Jaeger / Nov 24, 2022

Canadian News

Trudeau minister BEGS senators to quickly adopt internet censorship bill

Rodriguez had said for months that the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) would not be able to have a direct effect on search algorithms to change content on sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Nov 24, 2022

Canadian News

Trudeau's invoking Emergencies Act led to increase in 'anti-authority rhetoric': CSIS

CSIS Director David Vigneault told the inquiry that he advised Trudeau to use the Emergencies Act, even though it didn't meet the agency's strict definition of a threat to Canadian security.

Alex Timothy / Nov 22, 2022

Canadian News

Montreal's John A Macdonald statue not to be resurrected after being toppled by mob: committee

The statue of Canada's first Prime Minister that was toppled by a mob during the summer of 2020 will not be put back up, a city-manded committee has decided.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Nov 21, 2022

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CCP calls Trudeau 'condescending' after interaction with President Xi at G20 meeting

The day after Trudeau got scolded by the Chinese president, a spokesperson says that "Canada should take concrete actions to create conditions for the improvement of China-Canada relations."

Alex Timothy / Nov 18, 2022

Canadian News

Girl Guides of Canada to rename 'Brownies' claiming label has caused 'personal harm' to people of colour

On Tuesday, Girl Guides of Canada announced that it would be renaming the "Brownies," a label given to their seven to eight-year-olds members, claiming it had caused "personal harm" to people of colour.

Jarryd Jaeger / Nov 17, 2022

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Quebec man charged with trying to overthrow Haitian government

The Lévis, Quebec resident is facing terrorism charges for allegedly taking "concrete actions" to take part in a coup to overthrow the Haitian government of Jovenel Moise.

Alex Timothy / Nov 17, 2022

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