WHACK JOB: Police seek help locating Dollarama masturbator
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who appears to have masturbated in the aisle of a Dollarama on December 13 in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
Former Nike contractor sues company for not using the right pronouns
A computer engineer and former employee of Nike’s has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Nike for what they says is gender identity-based discrimination.
NOT GUILTY: All charges dropped against Joshua Boyle
The case against Joshua Boyle has been dismissed, after a judge dropped accusations of Boyle assaulting his wife, Caitlan Coleman.
Supreme Court overturns decision that allowed U.S. Super Bowl ads in Canadian broadcast
Canadians hoping to tune in to American Super Bowl commercials again this year are in for a letdown.
Petition calls out Liberal government for ‘egregious’ proposed gun laws
A new petition to the Canadian government from concerned gun owners has reached just under 30,000 signatures in just two days.
‘IT’S OKAY TO BE WHITE’ signs called ‘atrocious’ by Scottish politicians
The city of Perth, Scotland was terrorized by what some are calling “unacceptable” and “racist” propaganda.
BREAKING: SNC-Lavalin to pay $280 million fine, plead guilty to corruption charge
Controversial engineering firm SNC-Lavalin will plead guilty to a corruption charge, say federal prosecutors in a Montreal court on Wednesday.
Liberals announce carbon-tax rebate decrease for four provinces
The Trudeau government has announced their decision to decrease carbon tax rebates in three provinces.
Rona Ambrose considering Conservative leadership bid
Former Conservative politician Rona Ambrose is considering the possibility of running for the party’s leadership.