Edward Snowden on Joe Rogan podcast reminds us that privacy is gone
Edward Snwoden’s interview with Joe Rogan is a disillusioning listen.
Would Wexit even work?
Sparked by the reelection of Justin Trudeau, Wexit Facebook pages have grown exponentially. The Facebook group VoteWexit, for example, went from having 73,000 members Tuesday morning to having 217,000 a day later. The site’s website has crashed as well, seemingly from bandwidth issues.
Charges laid in Antifa protest of Maxime Bernier/Dave Rubin event
Three people have been arrested and charged by Hamilton police in relation to protests held at a speaking event with…
Canada is pissed off at Toronto for voting Liberal city-wide—and for good reason
Hog Town, as expected, had a meaningful impact on the way that the federal election played out last night, and the Big Smoke decided to vote overwhelmingly red.
Greta Thunberg continues chastising Canada, next stop Vancouver
Thunberg, a figurehead for climate change activists globally, has made waves since her initial splash in Sweden. In late 2018, Thunberg began the school climate strikes and public speeches for which she has become an internationally recognized climate activist, skipping out on class to raise awareness.
Conservative Tim Uppal defeats Amarjeet Sohi in Edmonton Mill Woods riding
Conservative candidate Tim Uppal has defeated Liberal candidate and Environment Minister, in the Edmonton Mill Woods riding.
PPC’s Maxime Bernier loses his seat in Beauce
The controversial MP and federal leader, who also served in Stephen Harper’s cabinet as the minister of Small Business and Tourism and Agriculture, served as Beauce’s Member of Parliament since 2006, having won convincingly as a conservative in four prior elections.
Liberal Seamus O’Regan wins riding of St. John South-Mt. Pearl
Having won convincingly in 2015, O’Regan was projected to win in his St. John South-Mt. Pearl riding again in 2019, with final predictions slating the Liberals at having an 85 percent chance of being reelected, while New Democrat
As Canadians head to the polls, #TrudeaulessTuesday trends on Twitter
Twitter has been a battleground site in Canada’s 43rd election, with several hashtags having shown up during the campaign.