ISIS leader pledges global attacks in first video in five years
The world’s most wanted terrorist leader has turned up on video for the first time in five years.
Vancouver vacuum shop runs hilarious anti-Trudeau ad
A Metro Vancouver vacuum store recently ran an interesting ad in local papers, telling readers to protect their floors with quality products, while Trudeau continues to protect jobs in Quebec.
Canadian professor suggests pro-free speech students should be harassed and lose jobs
A University of New Brunswick Professor went down a Twitter-hole yesterday, culminating in a message which suggests pro-free speech activists on campus should be hounded and lose their jobs
One dead, multiple injured after San Diego synagogue shooting
At least four victims have been transported to the hospital.
Amber alert lifted after missing boy and mother located
If you have any information immediately call 911.
No guarantee Trudeau government approves Trans Mountain pipeline before election: Sohi
According to a statement Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi, the Trudeau government can’t guarantee it will have a decision on the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion prior to the next election.
Ford government to put $1 billion into preventing teacher layoffs
Teachers will not be laid off as a result of larger class sizes, according to a recent funding increase announcement expected Friday by the Doug Ford government.
Almost 50% of Canadians $200 or less from financial ruin
More Canadians are $200 or less away from financial insolvency than the last financial quarter.