Founder of Peace by Chocolate becomes a Canadian citizen
A Syrian refugee has become a Canadian citizen today and a celebration was held at Halifax’s Pier 21. Tareq Hadhad is the founder of Peace by Chocolate.
Conservative MP slams MacKay for disloyalty towards Scheer
The long-standing Conservative Member of Parliment, Scott Reid, has aggressively criticized Peter MacKay on twitter after the former Harper minister announced his intention to run for the leadership.
Erin O’Toole calls for ‘mandatory minimum’ sentences for pedophiles
Conservative MP and leadership candidate Erin O’Toole showed his toughness on tackling crime by saying Canada should have “mandatory minimum” sentences for convicts.
Southern Ontario issued extreme cold weather alert
Meteorologists say Toronto and the GTA will soon see the coldest weather they’ve seen so far this year. Temperatures will drop and there will also be a good deal of snow.
Trudeau gives Canadian Tire $2.7 million for electric car charging stations
Canadian Tire has received a $2.7 million subsidy from the Trudeau government to install electric car charging stations across Canada.
Jessica Yaniv accuses Post Millennial reporter of sexual assault in courthouse
Notorious trans rights activist and alleged child sex predator Jessica Yaniv has falsely accused The Post Millennial’s Amy Eileen Hamm of sexual assault.
BREAKING: RCMP investigating Jessica Yaniv for alleged assault of journalist
Rebel Media commentator Keean Bexte announced that he is cooperating with the RCMP in an ongoing investigation into an incident with Jessica Yaniv.
Annual Vancouver snowball fight postponed because of snow
An annual snowball fight held at the University of British Columbia has been postponed due to a bombardment of snow.
Vast majority of Canadians don’t want to pay for Harry and Meghan’s security: Poll
An overwhelming majority of Canadians do not want to foot the bill for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Taxpayers’ ombudsman spends $2,853 of taxpayer money on Hawaii trip
The Taxpayers’ Ombudsman, whose government position is to look out for the Canadian taxpayer, has declined to comment on a taxpayer-funded trip to Hawaii.