Coke, meth, and over $12,000 cash seized in Montreal-area police raids
The Surete du Quebec’s police force has confirmed that a series of raids came up big, as the K9-squad aided missions found cocaine, meth, and over $10,000 cash.
Canadians are dangerously misinformed about the Holocaust: poll
During WWII the Nazis murdered approximately six million Jewish people, almost two-thirds of the Jewish population in Europe.
Canada remains coronavirus-free as six in Quebec test negative
The six people who authorities suspected had coronavirus after displaying symptoms of a respiratory virus have all tested negative in Quebec.
Michelle Rempel considering Conservative leadership bid, cites Western alienation
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel has not ruled out running in the Conservative leadership race. Rempel cited Western alienation and under-representation as her main reasons for running.
MacKay to officially announce bid on Saturday, pledges inclusive party
Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Peter MacKay is set to officially kick-off his campaign on Saturday in Nova Scotia.
Petition against Liberal gun ban signed by over 100,000 upset Canadians
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair did not respond to request for comment on a petition signed by over 100,000 Canadians calling on him to scrap the gun ban.
Stephen Harper will not seek Conservative leadership: Rempel
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel said she spoke to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper about running for the Conservative leadership, and he said he won’t be running.
China can’t be trusted with coronavirus reporting—SARS is proof
While WHO decided today that it was too early to call the coronavirus a “public health crisis,” the world is now keeping a watchful eye on China, where the virus first originated.
Canada’s national archives hit by ‘major flood’, despite denials from staff
Canada’s national archives was hit by a “major flood” that damaged much of the collection containing priceless records and books.