Classified memo reveals details of Canadian allegedly tortured abroad
The Canadian citizen who allegedly fell victim to illegal practices by a foreign government can be confirmed to have experienced this mistreatment in 2018. Moreover, the country in question has had allegations of torture leveled against it before.
Resigned cabinet minister Philpott expresses concerns over SNC-Lavalin investigation
The remarks from Trudeau’s former President of the Treasury Board come one day after a report was released by Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion.
“Useless Indian” among racist signs found by indigenous community
The day the signs were found the community had planned lessons in tipis, pipe ceremonies, bannock making, and a sweat lodge ceremony for men.
Quebec immigration policy faces backlash over possible labour shortages
A statement released by one prominent Quebec association representing manufacturers and exporters voiced a dissenting opinion. They claim to worry that the reduction in new arrivals will create an atmosphere “insufficient to meet the needs of the manufacturing sector.”
Quebec man who allegedly viciously insulted a Muslim woman has been identified
It has been two weeks since a video circulated throughout Quebec showing a man hurling insults at a Muslim woman.
Unemployment rate skyrockets as Canada loses 69,300 private-sector jobs in July
The unemployment rate has shot up to 5.7 percent after Canada’s economy lost more than 24,000 jobs in July. This…
EXCLUSIVE: Mining industry implicated in multiple rapes and murders faces no “real consequences” after lobbying Trudeau 33 times in just over a year
Asides from victims of murder and beatings, researchers were surprised to find more than a hundred women and children were raped by a Canadian mine’s security forces.
“Too bad!” Trump writes of robbery at Elijah Cummings’ home as Baltimore feud rages on
At a Thursday night rally, Trump asked his audience to name him any country in the world with, as he detailed Baltimore’s high crime rate.
As Trudeau talks climate change in Iqaluit, locals fear parties “overshadow the larger picture”
Trudeau travelled to Iqaluit Thursday to announce his plans to expand the reach of marine protected areas. At least one local is critical of attempts to politicize environmental issues.