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Bernier says he will 'continue to split the vote,' calls Conservatives 'arrogant'

In response to allegations of vote splitting, Bernier blamed no one but the Conservatives, saying that the Tories arrogantly believe that "PPC votes belong to them."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

WATCH: Police looking for suspect who left 'incendiary devices' near doors of Ontario convenience stores

Durham Police are looking for suspect who left incendiary devices at Oshawa convenience stores.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Trudeau Liberals take both Toronto ridings in byelection amid Green and Tory gains

Former CTV broadcaster Marci Ien managed to win her riding with 42 percent of the vote, beating out newly-crowned Green Leader Annamie Paul, who rounded up an impressive 32.7 percent of the vote.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson steps down

Wilkinson is stepping down following a massive defeat in the provincial election.

The Post Millennial

Almost 200 fitness-related businesses in Quebec will defy COVID-19 restrictions and re-open

A group of almost 200 fitness related businesses will open their doors on Thursday and defy the provinces lockdown restrictions.

Joe Vaughan

Ottawa business owners protest reimposed lockdown, say they can safely reopen

A rally was organized by OpenSafe Ottawa, an organization calling for the safe reopening of businesses affected by Ontario’s Stage 2 lockdown.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

UPDATE: Victim identified in deadly LCBO shooting as 21-year-old man—suspect charged with murder

20-year-old Michael Roberts has been charged with first degree murder. The victim and the suspect did not know one another.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Jessica Yaniv files human rights complaint against beauty pageant for not letting her compete

Yaniv, who is transgender with male genitals, was initially accepted into the contest, having not mentioned that she was transgender with male genitals on her application.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Plaques of historic Canadians to be reviewed by 'historians' for 'colonialism, patriarchy and racism'

An Access to Information Act request has shown that Parks Canada is proposing the revision of plaques deemed "colonialist."

Noah David Alter

Ontario police officers attacked by protestors

A video released on Twitter by Police Commissioner Thomas Carrique depicts a pair of masked assailants attacking a police car with two officers inside.

Leonardo Briceno

BREAKING: Trudeau Minister of Health busted not wearing mask in airport

Liberal Minister of Health Patti Hajdu has been a major proponent for masks, but was pictured not wearing one

The Post Millennial

Health Minister: China should be held accountable 'if' they were dishonest about coronavirus

Hajdu also suggested that the Chinese government should investigate themselves

Noah David Alter

Over 1000 gather in Toronto for anti-lockdown march

At least 1000 people marched through downtown Toronto as part of the latest “March for Freedom” from COVID-restrictions, chanting “No New Normal!” and “Healthy people don’t need masks!”

Beth Baisch

Trudeau fails to keep word on drinking water for Indigenous peoples

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be unable to keep his word on the pressing issue of fixing the dysfunctional water supply in many indigenous communities across the country.

James Anthony

WATCH: New Borat movie ROASTS Trudeau over blackface scandal

Sacha Baron Cohen took a dig at Justin Trudeau over his blackface incident in the new film, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz