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Crown drops charges against Chief Adam in RCMP altercation

All charges have been dropped against Chief Allan Adam of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation that were laid following an arrest that took place on March 10.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 24, 2020

Canadian News, Opinion, Politics & Policy

It's time to get off CERB and go back to work

Government policies should promote long-term employment; not universal income schemes that allow employable individuals to stay at home.

Brad Redekopp / Jun 24, 2020

News, International News, Politics & Policy

Senators demand Trudeau place sanctions on China for human rights violations

Senators are calling on Trudeau to sanction Chinese officials due to restricted freedoms in Hong Kong, its treatment of Muslims and the arrests of Canadians.

Sam Edwards / Jun 24, 2020

Politics & Policy

Trudeau Liberals extend timeframe for employers to reinstate workers laid-off due to coronavirus

The federal government is giving employers additional time to recall their former employees who were laid off at the beginning of the pandemic.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 23, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Central organizer for Communist Party in Canada celebrates detention of Canadians in China

The central organizer for the Communist Party of Canada has shown his support for the detention of two Canadians in a recent Twitter post.

Sam Edwards / Jun 22, 2020

News, International News, Politics & Policy

New book claims Trump does not like Trudeau and once told staff to attack him on TV

President Donald Trump is reportedly not a fan of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and even once told his staff to attack Trudeau during television interviews.

Sam Edwards / Jun 19, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Singh stands by comments calling Bloc Quebecois MP racist

The NDP leader is standing by the comments that resulted in his removal from the House of Commons on Wednesday after he called a Bloc Quebecois MP racist.

Sam Edwards / Jun 18, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Scandal brewing as Trudeau minister still can't provide proof of projects worth billions of dollars

Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux had said that he had faith the projects existed, but that there needed to be more transparency around their existence.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jun 18, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Kenney to hold referendum on Alberta's equalization payments

A referendum on equalization in 2021 will happen as part of Alberta's Fair Deal Panel's recommendations, said the province's Premier Kenney.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 18, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Face masks to be mandatory on Toronto public transit

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has voted unanimously to make wearing face masks mandatory on the transit system, beginning on July 2.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 17, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Black MPs and senators calling on government to reduce systemic racism

Black parliamentarians and allies have come together to call on the government to take new steps to decrease the amount of systemic racism in Canada.

Sam Edwards / Jun 16, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Ford government allows Ontarians to reunite with up to ten people in 'social circles'

Social circles of up to 10 people are now permitted by the Ontario government which means people can reunite with their family and loved ones.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 16, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Ontario Liberal MP Marwan Tabbara spent Easter in jail, but it was kept quiet

Marwan Tabbara spent Easter weekend in jail following his arrest after allegedly breaking into a house and proceeding to assault people inside.

Sam Edwards / Jun 15, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Supreme Court orders BC government to pay $6 million for denying French schoolboard their charter rights

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favour of ordered B.C.'s only French-language school board today ordering B.C. to pay $6 million in damages.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 12, 2020

Canadian News, News, Politics & Policy

Dashcam footage of First Nation chief arrest raises questions about RCMP police brutality

Footage captured from an RCMP vehicle dashcam shows Chief Allan Adam being arrested in March and in the process one RCMP officer tackles him to the ground.

Quinn Patrick / Jun 12, 2020

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