“Tired of being fat and ugly?” asks Edmonton sign accused of fatshaming
The man who put up the sign said it would not be changed claiming it was not “hate speech.”
$10 million in drugs seized in Canada’s largest-ever fentanyl bust
10 kilograms of fentanyl, one kilogram of methamphetamine, 30 kilograms of cannabis, and 1.3 kilograms of heroin were confiscated by the RCMP.
Nationwide manhunt pursues two Canadian teens, one prone to violent comments and praising Hitler
His personal history includes threats to classmates, hints at his desire to commit suicide, and posts featuring Nazi parphenelia.
Democratic Presidential candidate sues Google over ad suspension
Tulsi Gabbard is claiming Google violated her second amendment rights.
Impaired driving minimum sentence ruled “unconstitutional” for Indigenous woman
Despite a “promising future,” the judge’s ruling is nonetheless out of the ordinary insofar as legal decisions are concerned.
Ford admonished for ending out-of-country health insurance for Ontarians
By October 1, the $2.8 million that Ontario provides for Canadians treated out-of-country will be slashed
High-profile Amazon meeting targets Canadian unions
In October 2017, Amazon quietly held a meeting with its Toronto-based delivery companies. The members of the meeting signed a non-disclosure agreement and were told to keep all talk in the gathering on the hush-hush.
Quebec minister wants to ban pot jujubes and chocolate
In its foray into the strengthening of regulations on the sale of cannabis, the Quebec government intends to prevent the sale of jujubes and chocolate edibles in dispensaries across the province.
Jody Wilson-Raybould to release new book, From Where I Stand
Like many politicians who’ve stood in the national spotlight, Jody Wilson-Raybould will be releasing a new book.
Georgia woman served cold fries in McDonald’s, returns with her gun and starts firing
A Georgia woman was arrested Monday. Her crime was firing a gun. McDonald’s crime was serving cold French fries.