Edmonton mother pleads with public for help finding son last seen in B.C.
A Chilliwack resident and mother has publicly pleaded for any assistance in locating her son who disappeared five months ago in B.C. according to Global.
Bill Clinton allegedly took 26 flights aboard Epstein’s “Lolita Express”
Despite Former President Bill Clinton’s denials on Monday, wherein he claimed he was ignorant of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s “terrible crimes” and that he only took 4 trips on the notorious “Lolita Express,” flight logs disseminated by Fox News show a very different reality.
Ongoing RCMP sexual harassment case expected to settle at $100M
A second major RCMP sexual harassment case, only 3 years after the last, will be settled at $100M following the claims of lead plaintiff Cheryl Tiller.
Tanzania drops prison threat over publishing independent statistics
Every person now has the right to collect and publish statistics and criminal liability has been removed from the law – all of this in a country with a reputation for suppressing the press.
EXPOSED: The $600M war on Canadian energy
In her testimony, Krause went on to detail the Trudeau government’s history of resisting pipelines, saying that when Trudeau said he would approve the Trans Mountain pipeline, he scrapped the Northern Gateway pipeline, which had already been approved.
Hong Kong divided: Protests continue after legislature assault
Hong Kong is still divided over the actions of a relatively small group of protesters who decided to storm the legislature during the ongoing Hong Kong protests.
Judge blocks controversial Ohio abortion law
On Wednesday, July 3rd, a federal judge in Columbus, Ohio, decided to temporarily block Ohio’s abortion law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, arguing that the law would “end the procedure in the state.”
Boeing to pay $100 million following devastating crashes
The two crashes in question happened within 5 months of each other, beginning late last year.