Hundreds of thousands in Atlantic Canada continue without power after Hurricane
Over 240,000 Canadians across three provinces remained without power as of 6 am this Monday morning as many continue to try and recover two days after Hurricane Dorian hit Atlantic Canada.
Elizabeth May’s Greens throws a welcome party for shallow politicians preoccupied with race
What did the Green party do in response to these horrendous statements made by the defectors? They welcomed the group with open arms.
Cloud gaming and 5G could finally make high-end gaming affordable
Get ready gamers, you may no longer have to spend thousands of dollars on expensive hardware which requires semi-regular updates in order to game.
Protestors dressed as chickens confront Trudeau for “chickening” out of debate
Justin Trudeau really laid an egg with his decision to skip the Munk, TVA, and Maclean’s debates.
DISTURBING: Trudeau Liberals knew of candidate’s alleged anti-Semitic past
According to statements made by the now dropped Liberal candidate, Trudeau’s party not only knew about the comments he made, but they were also allegedly preparing a PR plan to help him out…
Buckle in, progressives—this election is getting tight
With Scheer and Trudeau beginning their campaigns far ahead of any other party, the timeline for a third competitor to rise is rapidly closing.
Quebec government to subsidize temporary foreign workers
The CAQ are currently on track to meet their target of reducing immigration to Quebec by 20%.
BREAKING: Two men found guilty in Via Rail terror plot granted new trial
Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier were found guilty in 2015 of 8 terror-related charges.
B.C. man arrested after hidden camera found in winery bathroom
Police arrested an employee from Summerhill Pyramid Winery after the RCMP received reports about a small hidden camera in a staff washroom.
Trudeau’s continued corruption reveals how Canadians need a real third choice
This election, its time the Greens and New Democrats gave progressive Canadians a real third choice.