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Yesterday Vice published an article which called out Andrew Scheer, his campaign manager Hamish Marshell, his campaign organizer Georganne Burke, and even the digital director for his campaign, Stephen Taylor for islamophobic actions. But were they truthful?
A decades−old sore spot in the Canadian federation is days away from another flare−up as the country’s finance ministers prepare to discuss potential tweaks to the formula behind equalization payments.
Canada's men and woman in uniform seem to receive no respect in Canada as our government continues to expect they perform in high-stress environments with near to no support.
Justin Trudeau's Liberals are not doing very well on the international trade file. Trudeau left a recent meeting aimed at resuscitating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) without a deal in hand. NAFTA re-negotiations are purportedly not doing well.
A heart−rending case involving a Halifax−area boy has triggered new calls for a national strategy to help families with children who can become violently aggressive because of severe autism. 
Tensions flared during rival demonstrations by right wing groups and their opponents in Quebec City on Saturday, prompting police to arrest dozens of people as they worked to keep the two sides apart.
Police are responding to reports of shots being fired on Oxford Street in London on Friday and warned people to run into buildings for their safety.
It seems Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall agrees with the many Canadians who are annoyed with the Governor Generals newest statements in regards to faith and science.
Last August, two law professors, Amy Wax and Larry Alexander, wrote an op ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer arguing that the 1950s prescription for success – get an education before you marry; marry before you have children; try to stay married for the sake of your family – was still the best recipe for success.
Terrorism-related charges among others have been laid in connection with a series of violent attacks in Edmonton
Investigators are expected to update their investigation today into a weekend attack that left an Edmonton officer stabbed and four people injured when they were hit by a rental truck fleeing police.
They have also reportedly located 62-year-old Marilou Danley, wanted as a person of interest. Danley is Paddock's wife.
An Ipsos poll released in late in summer shows extremely startling information in regards to the state of the Canadian economy and the Canadian family. The poll found that nearly half (44%) of Canadians are $200 or less away from financial insolvency each month after paying their bills and debt obligations.
Britain was hit by a terrorist attack on Friday morning, when a homemade bomb exploded on a crowded London Underground train, injuring commuters, and drawing a heavy response from armed police officers and emergency workers.
A B.C. woman and her brother, accused of masterminding the murder of her 25-year-old daughter in the year 2000 have now been set be extradited to India to face justice as the Supreme Court of Canada has finally ruled.
Tourists were left in a state of panic at the Eiffel Tower tonight after a man acting suspiciously led to the famous landmark being evacuated.
It's 10,000 times more powerful than morphine, 100 times stronger than fentanyl.
President Donald Trump has decided to remove White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, the nationalist who helped him win his presidency, by pushing the full weight of Breitbart news behind him.
It seems like the Rebel's tough week is only beginning as another staff member has left but under far less pleasant terms. Caolan Robertson posted on his youtube channel today a large tell exposing the Rebel media for not only fraudulent reporting...
In a recent interview,  Conservative Politician Rick Peterson announced his newest policy to target the fentanyl crisis which has plagued Canadian citizens and lead to the tragic death of thousands of young Canadians.

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