Boris Johnson allows Huawei role in 5G networks despite Trump’s warnings
Boris Johnson has agreed to allow China’s massive telecom company, Huawei, to take part in building Britain’s 5G network.
Conservative front runner Peter MacKay plans to march in Toronto Pride parade
Conservative leadership candidate Peter MacKay has announced he intends to march in the Pride Parade in Toronto. He applied to particiapte in the parade.
New law protecting farmers upholds common sense, nothing more
A new Ontario law that gives more protection to farmers from trespassing animal rights activists is good because it upholds property rights.
About 46,000 Albertans could lose health benefits beginning in March
Starting on March 1, Alberta is planning to drop coverage for those benefiting from the Alberta Seniors Benefit Drug Program.
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido meets with Trudeau in Canada
The interim President of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, is visiting Canada today and plans to sit down with Prime Minister Trudeau.
Prince Charles flew 16,000 miles in 11 days before Greta Thunberg meeting
Prince Charles racked up 162 metric tons of carbon emissions in the 11 days leading up to meeting Greta Thunberg in Davos.
Report reveals nepotism in Trudeau government hiring practices
The Department of Public Works released an internal report that claims there is cronyism in the hiring process. Many employees feel distrust.
Woke zombies smear Joe Rogan after he endorses Bernie Sanders
Joe Rogan has endorsed Bernie Sanders, drawing the ire of woke bluecheck zombies.
George Soros claims that Facebook is working with Trump to get him re-elected
George Soros has claimed that Facebook Inc. may be working alongside President Donald Trump in an effort to have him re-elected.
Petition against Liberal gun ban signed by over 100,000 upset Canadians
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair did not respond to request for comment on a petition signed by over 100,000 Canadians calling on him to scrap the gun ban.