Liberals continue to say they will lower cell phone bills
The Liberal cabinet has promised to cut cell phone bills for Canadians by 25 percent. It’s still unclear how they will acheive it.
WATCH: Chinese woman eats bat in midst of coronavirus outbreak
A video of a Chinese woman eating a bat in its entirety at a high-end restaurant has gone viral after it is believed they are the source of the coronavirus.
Ontario politician pushes to prioritize Remembrance Day
London – Shawn Lewis, Ward 2 Coun. brought forth a motion to move the annual London Santa Claus Parade at Tuesday’s Community and Protective Services.
Damned if you do, damned if you doughnut—Trudeau’s latest debacle
Trudeau purchased some doughnuts recently at a local doughnut shop in Winnipeg and Twitter went wild over him not shopping at Tim Hortons.
$100 million lawsuit: Tulsi Gabbard sues Clinton over defamation
Tulsi Gabbard has file a lawsuit for defamation against Hilary Clinton for $100 million in damages after Clinton claims Gabbard has Russian ties.
Bank of Canada joins global group to discuss digital currency use
Central banks around the world have been discussing the possibility of digital currencies as the use of cash continues to decline.
Edmonton liquor stores may soon require ID scanning prior to entry
A liquor store in Edmonton is testing out a new security program to combat a string of thefts in recent news. Under the new system, customers will have to scan their ID before they can enter the premises.
Top 10 things you need to know about the coronavirus
Top 10 Things you need to know about the coronavirus. One there are over 300 people infected and already 6 have died.
Alberta: unpaid taxes from oil and gas leaving municipalities unsettled
Albertan oil and gas companies owe the province’s rural municipalities unpaid property tax, and the amount has doubled since the beginning of last year.