Facebook expects up to $5 billion fine over privacy
The western worlds largest social media empire could be hit with a multi-billion dollar fine over its many privacy violations.
Edmonton police search for two who may have information on homicide
Edmonton police have released photographs of two people they believe may have information about an unsolved homicide from late 2018.
Trudeau carbon tax benefits coal over solar and hydro: C.D Howe Institute
The federal government’s carbon program may have some bizarre consequences for renewable energy production.
Saudi Arabia beheads 37 for terrorism, pins one of the headless bodies to a pole
Saudi Arabia beheaded 37 Saudi citizens on Tuesday for alleged terrorism-related crimes.
Airborne debauchery: Trudeau spends nearly $400K on inflight meals and alcohol
According to one “ten day world tour” flight on November 9-19, Trudeau’s flight spent $142,786 on food and $961.30 on alcohol. The drink tab included 53 bottles of wine and 53 cans of beer.
Islamist extremist group suspected of carrying out Sri Lanka attacks
The deadliest attack to occur in Sri Lanka since the nations bitter civil war may have been carried out by an Islamist extremist group.
207 killed on Easter as religious extremists bomb churches and hotels in Sri Lanka
More than 207 people were killed and hundreds injured as Sri Lanka faced one of the deadliest bombing attacks since the countries civil war ended more than a decade ago.
Quebec University de-platforms Harvard professor for his conservative views
De-platforming may be spreading to a Canadian campus near you.
Trudeau government under investigation by Privacy Commissioner
The Prime Minister’s government is once again facing an investigation.