Conservative candidate falsely accused of racism by “celebrity” puppet
The news cycle continues to get stranger by the hour. Along with the revelation that prime minister, Justin Trudeau, had worn brownface as a highschool teacher and blackface as a student, Cloverdale-Langley City candidate, Tamara Jansen, has also been shown photographed at an event with performers in blackface.
“Not fit to govern”: Andrew Scheer expresses shock over Trudeau blackface scandal
“What Canadians saw this evening is someone with a complete lack of judgement and integrity and someone who is not fit to govern this country.”
Liberal immigration pilot being gamed by fraudsters in the Maritimes
In recent years Atlantic Canada has turned into an illegal immigration thoroughfare due to a loophole in the Maritimes immigration laws, seen as the “lowest bar” by those gaming the system.
Animal rights activists swarm Alberta farm, storm off with five turkeys
On September 2nd dozens of animal rights activists descended on a southern Alberta turkey farm calling for a “Liberation Lockdown” for the farmer’s turkeys.
Minister suggests Alberta adopts “Clare’s Law” to prevent domestic abuse
Alberta currently holds the third-highest rate of intimate partner violence, leading to 166 deaths between 2008 and 2017
Swedish man denied “TRUMP” vanity license plate for being “offensive”
Swedish authorities have denied a man the ability to customize a vanity plate with the letters TRUMP, stating that the requested licence plate would violate motor vehicle department rules, due to the combination of letters being “offensive.”
Random stranger yells at Adam Sandler on Toronto street
In a Twitter video uploaded late on September 8th, the “Happy Gilmore” star is seen on the phone being randomly accosted by a raving stranger on the street.
Alberta panel recommends cuts to fix province’s spending problem
The committee recommended that Alberta keep spending flat for the next four years.
Conservative MP leading the fight for better ‘safety net’ for workers with episodic diseases
In November 2018, prominent Conservative MP David Yurdiga put forth a private members’ motion, M-192, in Canada’s parliament to change the standards in which financial disability aid is given.
Mount Royal Professor believes freedom of speech is a “weapon” meant to destroy academic freedom
Professor and Mount Royal Faculty Association (MRFA) representative on MRU’s board of governors, Dr. Roberta Lexier, believes that freedom of speech infringes on her academic freedoms. The Justification for this stance is shaky at first glance, and the explanation isn’t exactly convincing.