Canadian Defence Minister says China is not our adversary
Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan believes China is not an adversary to Canada, despite rising and consistent tensions between the two countries.
PRINCE ANDREW: Canadian orgs won’t say if they’ll cut ties with disgraced Royal
Numerous U.K. and Australian organizations and companies have cut ties with the Duke of York, but orgs in Canada are staying mum.
Police: Unregistered gun used in California high school shooting spree
The teenage boy who killed two classmates and injured three others at a California high school used an unregistered gun to commit his shooting spree.
Quebec premier begs Trudeau to take action as propane shortage looms
Quebec Premier Francois Legault says the CN Railway strikes have left la Belle Province in dire straights, as the province is left with less than five days worth of propane
WATCH: NDP MLA under fire for “wherever the hell he’s from” comment to Indian-born Conservative
Former Alberta Minister of Advanced Education Marlin Schmidt has garnered unwanted attention for his poor choice of words.
B.C. government looking to ‘ticket’ those who engage in racist behaviour
British Columbia politicians are investigating their options in ticketing individuals who engage in racist behaviour.
Prince Andrew stepping down from public duties following Epstein accusations
Prince Andrew, the second son of Queen Elizabeth II, says he will be stepping down from public duties “for the foreseeable future.”
Town removes Christmas from its winter celebration due to citizen complaints
A New Hampshire town will be downgrading their annual Christmas festivities, as the city moves to “remove religious overtones” from their holiday celebration.