Jason Unrau

Jason Unrau

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Articles/Stories written by Jason Unrau: 245
Day 402 for Canadians detained by China

Day 402 for Canadians detained by China

Thursday, January 16 marks the 402nd day of detention for Micheals Spavor and Kovrig, arrested in China in retaliation for Canada’s arrest of Meng Wanzhou.

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Trump inks trade deal with China worth $200 billion for U.S.

Trump inks trade deal with China worth $200 billion for U.S.

Trump appeared to treat the signing ceremony as a victory lap for his first term, teasing several people present, including China’s vice-premier.

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Drill rigs in Canada double in January

Drill rigs in Canada double in January

Government and citizens’ groups cite growing $260 billion cleanup liability due to the increased production.

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Wexit would devastate Saskatchewan: Ralph Goodale

Wexit would devastate Saskatchewan: Ralph Goodale

Former Liberal minister warns Wexit would devastate Saskatchewan’s economy.

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Canada’s role ‘evolving’ for Flight 752 crash-probe: Transportation Safety Board

Canada’s role ‘evolving’ for Flight 752 crash-probe: Transportation Safety Board

The Canadian Transporatation Safety Board is asking questions about the Ukrainian plane being shot down by Iran, such as why the plane was cleared for takeoff.

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B’nai Brith, Council of Iranian Canadians demand Trudeau government list IRGC as ‘terrorist entity’

B’nai Brith, Council of Iranian Canadians demand Trudeau government list IRGC as ‘terrorist entity’

The IRGC has evolved into an enormous, multi-faceted mafia organization and shadow government with no accountability: Iranian-Canadian activist Reza Banai.

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Canadian diplomats face challenges entering Iran: Foreign Affairs

Canadian diplomats face challenges entering Iran: Foreign Affairs

“We need full clarity on how such a horrific tragedy could have occurred,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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No, it’s not Trump’s fault Iran shot down flight 752

No, it’s not Trump’s fault Iran shot down flight 752

As Canadian journalists try to blame Trump for the blood on Iran’s hands, Justin Trudeau has failed to reject this bogus, anti-American false narrative.

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Accident or intentional? Previous military strikes on commercial jets suggest answer may be elusive

Accident or intentional? Previous military strikes on commercial jets suggest answer may be elusive

Looking at previous passenger planes shot down, what happened to the Ukrainian plane shot down in Iran that killed 63 Canadians.

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Trump’s booming economy spurs Taco Bell’s $100K manager search

Trump’s booming economy spurs Taco Bell’s $100K manager search

Taco Bell is offering $100,000-a-year salaries for managers at select locations in the U.S. However, Canadian fast food managers get paid far less.

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Bell bullish on Huawei 5G as Ottawa dithers over decision

Bell bullish on Huawei 5G as Ottawa dithers over decision

Huawei has been one of our suppliers for our 4G LTE network and they’ve been a great partner, their equipment is top notch: Bell Canada CEO.

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Shut out of Iran-probe for plane crash that killed 63 Canadians: Garneau

Shut out of Iran-probe for plane crash that killed 63 Canadians: Garneau

Politicians in Ottawa react to the news of the Ukranian plane that crashed in Iran, which resulted in 63 Canadians being killed.

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‘Some’ troops to Kuwait: Canadian general message to families

‘Some’ troops to Kuwait: Canadian general message to families

Canadian Armed Forces General Jonathan Vance sent a letter to troops’ families telling them some of them have been pulled out of Iraq and sent to Kuwait.

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The death of Soleimani leads to tense clashes in Canada

The death of Soleimani leads to tense clashes in Canada

After taking credit on Twitter for the decision to target and kill Soleimani, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened further military strikes against the Iranian regime

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Trudeau government approves hundreds of electric vehicle charging stations, audit shows operational stations barely used

Trudeau government approves hundreds of electric vehicle charging stations, audit shows operational stations barely used

The Trudeau government approved hundreds of electric vehicle charging stations. An audit shows the first operational ones are mostly sitting empty.

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