Over 500,000 Canadians go to work stoned every day
A new national report based on cannabis surveys has come back with some surprising finds. According to the data collected by StatCan, at least half a million Canadians go into work high on cannabis every day … Dude.
NDP motion calls on Trudeau gov’t to recover $12 million fridge grant from Loblaws
A motion put forward in the house today called upon the federal government to recover the $12 million awarded to Loblaws intended for upgrading the company’s refrigeration systems
Ohio father loses custody of 14-year-old transgender child, could lose right to object to injections or surgery
“I love my 14 year old daughter very much but I do not believe she is capable of making such a life altering decision of sex change. I’m very concerned that she could come to regret the irreversible effects caused by hormone treatment, double mastectomy, and attachment of male sex organs.”
This video of Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and his beaver door knocker is breaking the internet
Justin Trudeau has made his share of mistakes in the last couple of months, but we can safely say that giving Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a beaver-shaped door knocker was not one of them.
Burger King takes on mental health with worst marketing campaign ever
Mental health challenges should not be trivialized, but that is exactly what this Burger King commercial does.
B.C. Green Party leader suggests struggling people take out loans to buy electric cars
Weaver suggested that the good people of B.C. should just take out a home equity loan in order to purchase an electric car.
House speaker bars ‘little potato’ Trudeau-reference
“When leaders in China dismissed this prime minister as quote ‘little potato’ he thought they meant it as a compliment,” Poilievre began, causing Regan to interject.
Canadian child sex offender took $15,000 taxpayer-funded trip to father’s funeral
The records show that the government agency paid to have two officers escort Snook, who is currently serving an 18 year sentence after he pleaded guilty in 2013 to 46 sex crimes against 17 children, including sexual assault, making and distributing child pornography and extortion.
Horgan takes the bait and sues Alberta over “turn off the taps” legislation
The government of British Columbia has sued the government of Alberta, claiming that Premier Kenney’s “turn off the taps” legislation is unconstitutional.