Quebec Green Party demands Elizabeth May drop four federal Green candidates
The Green Party of Quebec has called on its federal counterpart to drop multiple candidates due to their past controversial comments, which included “Islamophobia, racism and discrimination.”
WATCH: 2015 Justin Trudeau says party with most seats gets to form government
WATCH: Justin Trudeau in the last election saying he believes the party that wins the most seats has the right to try and form government first.
American activist group blocks Vancouver port train tracks to prevent Trans Mountain construction
American activists affiliated with Portland Rising Tide blocked train tracks carrying piping to the Trans Mountain Expansion earlier today.
Molson to release marijuana beverage by year’s end
On this date, exactly one year ago, Justin Trudeau’s legalization of cannabis finally took effect across Canada. To celebrate, Montreal’s own Molson has planned to put their cannabis-infused beverages on shop shelves by the end of the year.
Former B.C. Liberal Premier says Trudeau should have passport taken away—is she right?
Christy Clark, former Premier of British Columbia from 2011 to 2017, had some big words for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during her last appearance on CBC News.
WATCH: Trudeau refuses to say whether his party solicited Obama endorsement
When asked whether his campaign solicited former U.S. president Barack Obama’s endorsement of Trudeau, the prime minister refused to provide a clear answer.
Albertan pro-oil activists plan counter-rally at Greta Thunberg’s Edmonton event
This Friday, the climate rally in Edmonton, which is being led by Greta Thunberg, will face counter-demonstrations by pro-oil and gas groups. According to the Global News, both rallies will be held outside Alberta’s legislative building.
Halloween cancelled?: Ontario school discourages costumes to ensure all kids are included
Sloane Public Elementary school in Toronto came under serious heat for an email to parents, saying their annual Halloween festivities would be replaced by a “fall celebration.”
Company linked to Warren Buffet investing $200 million into Alberta wind power
A subsidiary company of Warrant Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy, the Calgary-base BHE Canada, announced their plan to invest in a 200-million, 117.6-megawatt wind farm in southeastern Alberta in 2020.
Federal union goes anti-Scheer, appears to break own rules
The biggest federal employee union is mimicking Unifor’s “resistance” against Andrew Scheer, but behind bureaucratic ramparts in partisan emails, The Post Millennial has learned.