Peter McKay deletes tweet in support of citizens who tore down anti-pipeline blockade
Conservative leadership candidate Peter MacKay is facing online backlash after deleting a tweet supporting frustrated Albertans who tore down a blockade.
Trudeau’s offer to swap RCMP for Indigenous cops is turned down by Wet’suwet’en chief
Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs are sticking to their demands of the withdrawal of the RCMP from their land before meeting with government leaders.
Trudeau to hold meeting with premiers over anti-pipeline blockades
Prime Minister Trudeau will hold a meeting with the Canadian premiers to update what the government’s plan to deal with anti-pipeline protestors blockades
O’Toole would make blocking ‘critical infrastructure’ a criminal offence and let police clear blockades
Erin O’Toole says that if he were to become PM he would make it a criminal offence to block major railways, ports, bridges and highways.
Mass shooter in Berlin believed to be far-right extremist
Nine people were shot and killed in Germany on Wednesday after a gunman opened fire at two separate shisha barsm police have since identified the gunman.
#TrudeauIsNotFitForOffice trends nationally on Twitter
In recent hours, thousands of tweets have flooded in with the hashtag #TrudeauIsNotFitForOffice, with the slogan trending at number five nationally.
WATCH: Quebec man confronts anti-pipeline blockaders
A frustrated Quebec man confronted protestors at a railway in Quebec Thursday, giving blockaders an earful about the damage they have done to the economy.
Major companies are turning away from Canada because of anti-pipeline blockades
Large international companies are turning away from Canada as a result of the anti-pipeline blockades that have crippled the Canadian economy.
CN Rail obtains injunction to remove blockade in Quebec
CN Rail has acquired an injunction to remove a blockade on the rails of Montreal’s South Shore and police will use force if necessary.