Edmonton liquor stores may soon require ID scanning prior to entry
A liquor store in Edmonton is testing out a new security program to combat a string of thefts in recent news. Under the new system, customers will have to scan their ID before they can enter the premises.
Food and tools among items stolen from Ontario foodbank
Food and tools were among the items stolen from a foodbank in Windsor over the weekend, causing the organization to close on Monday.
Portland antifa ‘martyr’ mourned by many urged terrorist attacks, writings reveal
In a series of discovered writings, Kealiher urged fellow comrades to commit violent terrorist acts and led training sessions to radicalize other youth.
Convicted murderer arguing to be moved to women’s prison
A convicted murderer is trying to get transferred to a women’s prison after transitioning to a woman, but Correctional Service Canada is fighting against the move.
Fraudster who made money off Humboldt Broncos tragedy found guilty
Andrij Olesiuk defrauded donors for thousands of dollars. People thought the money was going to the victims’ families of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
Two Canadian men charged for smuggling goods to Pakistan nuclear program
Two men from Mississauga were charged after allegedly being involved in a scheme to export equipment to support a nuclear program in Pakistan.
Doctor shares new evidence suggesting Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself
Dr. Michael Baden, a forensic pathologist has claimed that Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself.
Missing Manitoban with alleged neo-Nazi ties, arrested by FBI
A Canadian army reservist, who has been missing was arrested in the United States, allegedly has ties to a neo-Nazi group.