Kitchener woman charged after causing massive London explosion that injured seven
Twenty-three-year-old Daniella Alexandra Leis of Kitchener has been criminally charged with four counts of impaired operation causing bodily harm, and…
Attorney General shrugs off report that Trudeau broke the law
Conservative MP Micheal Barrett, a member of the Justice Committee – whose SNC-Lavalin probe was truncated by a Liberal majority — told The Post Millennial Trudeau’s actions “rocked Canadians’ confidence in the justice system” and that the PM is only worried about one job.
Surrey Police confrontation with man wielding machete ends in shooting
The Independent Investigation Office of BC (IIO BC) is currently investigating a police shooting after police confronted a man wielding a machete early Wednesday morning.
Ontario prosecutors must charge Trudeau with at least three counts of obstructing justice
The recent Ethics Commissioner’s report finding that Trudeau broke the law will leave many Canadians with the sense that justice has not been served.
WATCH: Scheer confronts Trudeau face to face, says “Stop lying to Canadians”
A video posted on to Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer’s Twitter this morning shows a particularly odd interaction between the official leader of the opposition and the current Prime Minister.
B.C. NDP chief of staff spends $13,000 of taxpayer money on “excellent” road trip
B.C. NDP’s chief of staff, Alan Mullen, who is known for his spending has admitted that his “excellent” road trip across Canada went over budget.
Four-year-old Canadian boy dies after being crushed by swing set
According to Sûreté du Québec, a four-year-old boy has passed away after being crushed by a collapsing swing set.
Conservatives and NDP demand emergency Ethics Committee meeting
The Conservatives and NDP have requested for an emergency Ethics Committee meeting following the release of an extremely damning report by the Ethics Commissioner which concluded the PM and his senior staff had attempted to influence the former Attorney General.
Toronto Police release sketch of man linked to three violent sexual assaults
Toronto Police have released artists renditions of a man who is believed to be behind three sexual assaults in the Toronto-Collingwood area between 2015 and 2019.
Ethics watchdog blocked when trying to attain SNC-Lavalin evidence
According to Dion, he found himself seriously impeded by the inability to access cabinet documents, and that witness interviews were insufficient.