From Gary Glitter to the Incel Rebellion, here’s how the Joker movie is the subject of controversy
Joker hit theatres with a bang, and folks have found a variety of ways to be upset with the film that was predetermined to be controversial from its inception.
Andrew Weaver expected to step down as leader of B.C. Greens
Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver, one of British Columbia’s most prominent political voices, is expected to announce his intent to resign from his position as leader of the party.
WATCH: Climate change protest blocks traffic in Toronto, Edmonton, and other Canadian cities
The bustling streets of Toronto are moving a bit slower this morning as environmental group Extinction Rebellion makes themselves known.
“Everything is on the table” Quebec still fighting to do away with “bonjour-hi” greeting
Jolin-Barrette said “everything is on the table,” going on to say that he has been working with “businesses and government officials” to encourage the use of “bonjour” as the only greeting to be used with clientele.
Colombian smugglers use cocaine as rafts to stay afloat following shipwreck
The men have now been turned over to federal prosecutors, where they are expected to face charges of drug manufacturing, trafficking, and possession.
PPC candidate retweets cartoon of Jagmeet Singh with bomb under turban
The People’s Party candidate for the Saskatoon-Grasswood riding has come under serious scrutiny following his retweet of a political cartoon which appears to depict New Democrat Leader Jagmeet Singh wearing a turban which is concealing a bomb
Louis C.K. wasn’t sorry enough for the woke kids, but it doesn’t matter anymore
C.K., the comedic legend who was seemingly banished from society for his “Me Too” was greeted with roaring applause from the Toronto crowd.
One-in-four Canadian women say they have “never used” a condom
According to research by Trojan along with the University of Guelph and the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN), found that the youth of today aren’t using the latex when it gets down to the dirty.
Thousands of farmers protest climate change measures in the Netherlands
Over 10,000 farmers were present with an estimated 2200 tractors.
Frost, snow, and cold expected across Ontario
While our friends out in Alberta have already been burdened with snowy days, those across Ontario shouldn’t be gloating just yet. Because as it turns out, Jack Frost is right around the corner for Ontario, and perhaps a bit sooner than many expected.