Dennis Prager: The Post Millennial interview
Prager’s lengthy career—now spanning 25 years—has serious staying power, and has evolved along with the changing landscape of media, and Prager acknowledges that. “It’s more than a shift; it is a sea change. For example, almost no young person reads a newspaper—certainly not the print version, and probably not the electronic version, either” said Prager.
Trudeau: “We will ban military-style assault rifles”
Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau has unveiled the Liberal Party’s plan to restrict assault rifles and handguns, a plan which is set to be starkly different from the Conservative’s plan.
Kathleen Wynne declares that Trudeau’s international reputation is tarnished
Wynne’s comments will come as a blow to Trudeau, who is attempting to stop further Liberal dissatisfaction arriving from the surfaced blackface photos.
Greta Thunberg to be given key to Montreal following climate march
Controversial climate activist Greta Thunberg has been formally invited by the city of Montreal to receive a key to the city.
Twitter roasts Trudeau over racist brownface photo
The internet has been set ablaze following the unearthing of a photograph that shows Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wearing “brownface” while at a themed party in 2001.
Vegan-based Beyond Meat to be pulled from Tim Hortons
Tim Hortons’ venture into the vegan market will be coming to an end if you live outside of Ontario or British Columbia.
Ontario child hospitalized with serious lung disease linked to vaping
The Middlesex-London Health Unit says a London, Ontario youth has been hospitalized with a “severe respiratory illness” believed to be linked to vaping, according to the CBC.
Conservative candidate James Cumming calls out Edmonton MP for funding anti-oil groups
A release by the Conservative Party of Canada has their local candidate, James Cumming, criticizing the Liberal candidate, Randy Boissonnault, for his role in allegedly funding anti-oil groups in the pro-oil province.