Where each party stands on the Safe Third Country Agreement
The 2002 Safe Third Country Agreement (STCA) with the United States has become a hot button issue for the Canadian federal election. Different perspectives abound – ranging from abolition to strengthening the deal.
Twitter says no sign of interference ahead of Canadian election
Today Twitter gave Canadians positive news regarding election interference, stating that we are all-clear of significant election manipulation, so far.
Calgary Conservative MP accuses Liberal opponent of spreading defamatory misinformation about him
Conservative candidate for Calgary Shepard, Tom Kmiec, struck back at his Liberal party opponent, Del Arnold, for spreading defamatory misinformation about him.
Unions sinking the most money into Canadian election
Most think of big corporations and wealthy individuals as major financial influencers, but the actual donation totals and sphere of influence heavily favours labour unions.
Greta Thunberg scolds global leaders over climate change
The petition names Germany, France, Brazil, Argentina, and Turkey for not upholding their commitment to the Convention of the Rights of Children.
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