Canadian researchers claim dodgeball is oppressive
David Burns, professor of educational studies at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, claims there is a core issue within dodgeball that makes it a particularly nasty sport. The moral problem with dodgeball, he says, is that it encourages students to aggressively single out others for dominance. That dodgeball, as a sport, encourages brash displays of power and ability, by whipping a ball at a helpless victim.
Toronto Mayor John Tory chooses virtue signalling over his city’s police force
On July 23rd, in the heart of Hogtown, the 38th annual Toronto Pride parade will commence.
DISTURBING: Catherine McKenna brags about “transforming the way Canadians live, move, and work!”
The government is supposed to keep Canadians safe, defend our freedom, and administer services efficiently. Not push some sort of Utopian scheme that results in our lives being controlled.
Budweiser goes all in on social justice in new LGBT flag campaign
Budweiser has launched a super inclusive new ad campaign, targeted at the LGBTQIA+ community, to be unveiled at London Pride festivities in July.
Politically correct attacks on Conservative MP threaten honest debate
Without reading the manifesto, Cooper could not explain that the Christchurch shooter actively condemned Conservatives and capitalism.
The Daily Beast thinks memes are “hoaxes” and those who post them must be punished
What makes this situation more insidious is that Facebook aided and abetted the doxxing by providing The Daily Beast with Brooks’ personal information so that they could further antagonize.
Trudeau’s social media hypocrisy is on full display
Do not trust Justin Trudeau with your social media. Do not let his manipulative rhetoric fool you. The truth is, he can’t wait to shut you up and cash in while doing so.
Trudeau betrays middle-class Canadians while doing the bidding of the entrenched ruling class
In the 2015 campaign, Justin Trudeau repeatedly claimed his focus was on ‘the middle-class and those looking to join it.’
The CBC is destroying Canada’s media ecosystem
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is rapidly devolving from a state broadcaster designed to support media development and access in far flung communities to one which is actively stifling the possibility for any other group to compete without massive amounts of subsidies.