Ontario ‘couchsurfing’ terrorism suspect arrested with peace bond
Suspected terrorist Ikar Mao has been given a peace bond after returning to Canada. Mao had an active account on Couchsurfing.com and managed to make bail.
EPSTEIN: Project Veritas says source to come out today with info on alleged coverup
Investigative news outlet Project Veritas is set to release a story with source who allegedly has video footage showing Jeffrey Epstein’s death was a coverup.
Meghan Murphy greeted by hundreds of protesters in Toronto
Meghan Murphy spoke to a sold out audience at a Toronto public library. It was hard to understand what all the fuss was about.
Ontario judge rules that sexual assault trials need to balance the rights of accused
“The integrity of a witness and the credibility of their testimony are brought into question when they gain access to relevant information prior to testifying.”
Trudeau hasn’t “modernized” our justice system, he’s broken it
I look at the Trudeau government like an activist group, where they don’t want to ‘re-victimize victims,’ and the reality is—that presupposes guilt.”
Trudeau’s ego comes at too high a price for the Liberals
If anything is now clear, his “privileged” double standard makes Justin Trudeau an unsuitable candidate to remain as Canada’s prime minister.
Allegations that led to Alec Holowka’s suicide need proper scrutiny
Tragically, Alec Holowka, a prominent indie video game developer, committed suicide on August 31, 2019, on a few days after being accused on social media of historic physical and emotional abuse.
New “Ghomeshi Rules” will turn our courts into a circus
Basically, the new legislation is a form of virtue signalling which asks our judges to engage in inappropriate and dangerous social activism.
British transgender rugby star celebrated for injuring women
Morgan stands out at nearly 6’ tall and physically different than her teammates. The BBC recounts a time that she “folded an opponent ‘like a deckchair’”