Only one halfway house in Canada accepted this high-risk offender
Chris Watts, a convicted sex offender and assessed psychopath, was released from a British Columbia prison in 2017, not a single halfway house in the province would take him.
Thousands of fake goods seized from Pacific Mall in Markham
Police say they have charged eight people in connection with the seizure of thousands of fake goods from the Pacific Mall in Markham.
Greens and right surge; centrists shrink in EU elections
Green and right-wing parties pulled off impressive gains as centrist parties saw abysmal losses in the 2019 EU elections
Calgary woman convicted after duct-taped cat, dog found in storage unit
Officers then discovered a dog and cat inside the unit; the head of the cat had been wrapped with duct tape. Animal cruelty investigations senior manager Brad Nichols called it “a case of extreme negligence.”
Sunwing Airlines leaves fainting passengers in high heat on plane
Sam Guan, one of the passengers on the flight, uploaded a video on Twitter showing passengers trying to cool themselves using paper as fans, with one man pleading for staff to open the emergency exit, saying “kids are fainting.”
Calgary convict gets life sentence for murder of teenager
Lukas Strasser-Hird (18) was severely beaten and stabbed to death outside a nightclub in 2013. His murderer, Nathan Gervais (24), who fled from Calgary to Vietnam to avoid trial, has been sentenced to life imprisonment.
The Trudeau government bought $6.7 million worth of frivolous items with taxpayers’ money
Flashlights that cost $85? Pens that cost $78? Olive oil that $66? These are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Trudeau government’s wasteful spending.
Zoo flamingo euthanized after child disables it with rock
A flamingo in an Illinois zoo became gravely injured after a child threw a rock at it. Zoo officials were left with no choice but to put it down.
We need to fix Canada’s telecom problem
The Canadian people face massive problems with their telecom providers, and it is high time we tackle it head on. For a country that invented the telephone in 1876, Canada today goes down as having one of the worst telecom sectors in the developed world.
Iran skyrockets production of low-enriched uranium
Iran’s production of low-enriched uranium has quadrupled amid rising threats from the United States, according to the spokesperson of Iran’s nuclear agency Behrouz Kamalvandi.