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Jun 21 17:21

Trump v Trudeau

Jun 20 10:24

Canada’s Supreme Court rules that LGBT rights come BEFORE your religious beliefs

Canada’s top court has ruled in favour of denying accreditation to a Christian law school that banned students from having gay sex.

Friday’s ruling against Trinity Western University in British Columbia (BC) was closely watched by both religious freedom and gay rights advocates.

The university made students promise not to have extra-marital or gay sex.

The Supreme Court found that protecting LGBT students from discrimination trumped religious freedom.

Jun 19 18:51

Canada legalises recreational cannabis use

Canada has passed a landmark law that legalises the recreational use of marijuana nationwide.

The Cannabis Act passed its final hurdle on Tuesday in a 52-29 vote in the Senate. The bill controls and regulates how the drug can be grown, distributed, and sold.

Canadians will be able to buy and consume cannabis legally as early as this September.

Jun 19 11:16

Canada: Prepare for a bloody trade war!

In late May 2018, the U.S announced its decision (previously telegraphed and widely expected) to forge ahead with tariffs on steel (25 percent) and aluminum (10 percent) imported from Canada (and other countries too!). The mere fact that these tough, yet highly anticipated, tariffs were looming, sent the Canadian economy in a tizzy:

The S&P/TSX Composite Index dipped by 43.87 points, losing 0.27% intra-day
The stock price of Canada’s lone publicly-traded steel company, Stelco Holdings Inc., saw a 3.1% decline
The Loonie dipped by 0.7%; and
The yields on 10-year government of Canada bonds lost 4-basis points, dropping to 2.23%
If just the mere announcing of tariffs can have this type of impact, imagine what kind of ripple-effect the actual imposition and counter-imposition of more duties will have globally!

Jun 18 08:04

"He Hasn't Grown Up" Jordan Peterson WRECKS Justin Trudeau

Jun 18 07:56

Trudeau Imposes Retaliatory Trade Tariffs Against the U.S.

It is in the long term interest of Canada to unravel the intertwined economy between the two countries says Dimitri Lascaris

Jun 15 07:37

Japan suspends sale of Canadian wheat over discovery of Monsanto-made GMO

The Japanese Agriculture Ministry suspended its tender and sale of wheat from Canada on Friday. This comes as grain containing a genetically-modified trait was discovered last summer in Canada’s Alberta province.

“We are suspending the tender and sale of Canadian wheat until we confirm that the Canadian wheat that Japan buys contains no GMO,” an official at the Japanese farm ministry said. Japan was the top buyer of Canadian wheat until the mid-2000s, importing millions of tons.

According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), the wheat discovered near a rural road in Alberta underwent herbicide spraying and was not approved for commercial use. It contained a genetically-modified trait developed by Monsanto to withstand the weed-killer Roundup, the CFIA said on Thursday.

Jun 14 09:59

Canadians boycott US products, cancel vacations to America

Blame America.

Canadians have taken to practicing pocketbook diplomacy in defense of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is caught in a trade war of words with President Trump, by boycotting American goods and canceling vacations to the United States, according to a report.

Shoppers are shunning Kentucky bourbon, California wine and Florida oranges, and avoiding American companies like Starbucks, Walmart and McDonald’s, Canadian network CTV News reported on Wednesday.

On Twitter, hashtags like #BuyCanadian, #BoycottUSProducts and #BoycottUSA are spreading as outrage over Trump’s trade tariffs grows.

An Ottawa man posted a “Trump-free grocery cart” full of products from Canada or from “countries with strong leadership.”

Vacationers said they would be staying up north this summer instead of booking trips to the US.

Jun 14 08:26

Migration Causes Cognitive Dissonance

Masonic government and media traitors have conflated "immigrant" with "migrant." Any migrant can claim to be an "asylum seeker" and gain entry, merely by crossing some undefended stretch of the border.

Many economic migrants are steaming across the Canadian border from the US where they are anything but refugees.

We pay police and army to stop intruders. But instead of doing their jobs, they are aiding and abetting them.

Jun 14 08:07

M-103 followup: Canadian government is taking “action” against “Islamophobia”

A pricey plan of “action” by Canada’s Heritage Committee against “Islamophobia” is about to launch. It is in response to the controversial anti-Islamophobia Motion M-103, which deemed Canada to be a country with a “climate of fear” toward Muslims and in need of government help for this “fear” to be “quelled.” The Liberal Trudeau government has delivered a long-awaited document signed by Canada’s Heritage Minister, Melanie Joly. The full report can be read at this link.

Before delving into it, let’s be fair and inclusive regarding the climate of ineptitude in the Trudeau government, and more pertinently to this subject, in the Heritage Department.

As Canada Day draws nearer, one is reminded of the price paid for the country’s freedoms, the evolution of Canada’s glowing democracy, and the general kindness of its people.

Canada, however, is suffering a downturn under the Liberal government, from which one may hope it can recover.

Jun 14 08:04

Is This the Next Standing Rock?

Justin Trudeau’s government is buying the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion for $4.5 billion, promising construction will start this summer. VICE News embeds with the Secwepemc Women’s Warrior Society, a group that is building tiny houses on the pipeline route in defense of their land.

Jun 13 08:11

Scholar on US-Canada Relations: 'There’s the Possibility of a Trade War'

Canada’s parliament has passed a bipartisan bill condemning President Donald Trump’s comments about Ottawa’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, in which Trump called the Canadian leader “weak.” For more, Sputnik caught up with Canadian-American Philosopher, Henry Giroux.

Jun 13 08:07

Defiant Trump Ignites Trade War with Canada and G-7 Allies

Citing national security issues to get around WTO rules, Trump ordered tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum imports from Canada and EU countries. William Black and Gerald Epstein discusses the implications of these tariffs on the different economies

Jun 12 13:02

Trade Row ‘Will Cost Canada A Lot Of Money’

US President Donald Trump has said that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s criticism of his trade negotiation tactics following the G7 summit is “probably going to cost the people of Canada a lot of money.”

Jun 12 12:06

The Real Reason Trump Lost It With Trudeau?

In Singapore, Trump tweeted more about that piggy bank.

“Why should I, as President of the United States, allow countries to continue to make Massive Trade Surpluses, as they have for decades … (while) the U.S. pays close to the entire cost of NATO-protecting many of these same countries that rip us off on Trade?”

To understand what drives Trump, and explains his exasperation and anger, these remarks are a good place to begin.

Our elites see America as an “indispensable nation,” the premier world power whose ordained duty it is to defend democracy, stand up to dictators and aggressors, and uphold a liberal world order.

They see U.S. wealth and power as splendid tools that fate has given them to shape the future of the planet.

Trump sees America as a nation being milked by allies who free ride on our defense effort, as they engage in trade practices that prosper their own peoples at America’s expense.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is reasonable for Trump to be upset, looking at these numbers; I just wish he hadn't gotten so publicly upset.

Jun 12 11:34

After his expletive-laden rant about Trump, Robert De Niro apologizes - to Canadians

A day after he took a swipe at President Donald Trump, Robert De Niro has apologized -- not to the commander-in-chief but for him.

The actor was in Toronto Monday for the groundbreaking of the Canadian Nobu restaurant, which he was launching alongside celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa.
During his remarks, De Niro said,
"I just want to make a note of apology for the idiotic behavior of my president."

Jun 11 15:38

Supermodel’s Checkered Flag Mistake Gives Canadian Grand Prix Bizarre Finish…

Canadian supermodel Winnie Harlow added some intrigue to the ending of the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, when she waved the checkered flag one lap too early.

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Jun 11 10:37

GOP senator defends Canada after Trump attacks

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) came to the defense of Canada following attacks on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by President Trump and some of his top advisers.

“We’ve had differences w/ Canada over the years, particularly regarding subsidies from the provincial & nat’l governments; nevertheless, Canada remains our close ally, good friend, & one of America’s biggest trading partners,” Collins tweeted Sunday.

The senator said that “border communities” like those in Maine and southeast Canada are “truly intertwined," adding that the U.S. “must preserve this friendship.”

Jun 11 10:17

Trump Continues Tweet Tirade Against Canadian PM: 'Acts Hurt When Called Out'

US President Donald Trump - currently in Singapore - continued his personal tweeting attack against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with the assertion that "Justin acts hurt when called out!"

Donald Trump, who is in Singapore for the historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, tweeted Monday that "Fair Trade is now to be called Fool Trade if it is not Reciprocal".

Jun 11 10:10

White House slams Trudeau: 'Special place in hell' for PM who 'stabbed us in the back' to try and make Trump look weak ahead of North Korea summit

The White House escalated the war of words against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday as top advisers to President Donald Trump said there was a 'special place in hell' for the traitor who 'stabbed us in the back' with a 'cheap' and 'sophomoric' stunt designed to make Trump look weak ahead of his meeting with North Korean President Kim Jung-Un.

'He really kind of stabbed us in the back. He really, actually, you know: he did a great disservice to the whole G-7. He betrayed,' White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on CNN's 'State of the Union' Sunday morning.

'He went rogue.'

The White House economic adviser used the interview to take shot after shot at Trudeau, calling him 'polarizing,' sophomoric,' and performing a 'political stunt.'

Jun 11 09:19

Bartlett Pierces the Fog of War Lies and Omissions at Toronto’s Al-Qud’s Day Rally

Investigative reporter Eva Bartlett – one of many outstanding speakers at the event — lived in Palestine for about three years, where she was active in peaceful resistance movements against Israel’s criminal oppression of native Palestinians. Her testimony resonates with evidence-based truth, in stark contrast to monochromatic mainstream media messaging, which is wrapped around permanent state, largely unspoken, imperial policies.

Jun 10 09:01

US Representatives Told by Trump to Not Endorse G7 'False Statements' Communique

As tweeted by Trump: “based on Justin Trudeau's false statements at his news conference and the fact that Canada is charging massive Tariffs to the US farmers, workers and companies," the US president has instructed representatives, officials and lawmakers in the US to not endorse the final G7 communique.

After departing from the Quebec summit, bound for Singapore, US President Donald Trump slammed remarks by the Canadian Prime Minister at the G7 news conference, in which the latter noted that Canada would not be pushed around, as "very dishonest and weak."

Jun 10 08:59

Trump snubs May for SECOND time by saying he gets on well with Macron and Trudeau but failing to mention her - as photo of the President in stand-off with G7 leaders goes viral

Donald Trump was accused of snubbing Theresa May for the second time in 48 hours yesterday, as he charged other nations, including Britain, with ‘robbing’ the US.

The US President’s latest rebuff to the Prime Minister came when he failed to mention her name as he left the G7 summit after a blazing trade row with fellow world leaders.

Denying claims of a rift, Mr Trump said he got on well with Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau – but omitted to mention Mrs May.

It came a day after he refused to grant her a one-to-one meeting during the two-day event in Canada, and after Mrs May had arrived at the summit to reports that Mr Trump was tired of her ‘schoolmistress’ tone.

Meanwhile, a photo of the US President in a stand-off with Mrs Merkel and other G7 leaders - including Mrs May - at the summit has gone viral.

Jun 08 14:16

Trudeau's Liberals Get Destroyed by Conservatives In Ontario Election, Lose Official Party Status

Doug Ford -- brother of the late, great Toronto mayor Rob Ford -- is set to replace far-left openly gay liberal Kathleen Wynne to become the next Premier of Ontario.

Jun 08 08:51

Trump Fires Back at France, Canada as Macron Speaks of 'G6' Confronting US

President Donald Trump criticized Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for being so angry about the new US tariffs and accused Canada of hurting American dairy farmers.

"Trudeau is being so indignant, bringing up the relationship that the US and Canada had over the many years and all sorts of other things … but he doesn’t bring up the fact that they charge us up to 300% on dairy — hurting our Farmers, killing our Agriculture!" Trump wrote in a Twitter message on Thursday.

Earlier in the day, French President Emmanuel Macron said in a press briefing that French and Canadian delegations would try to persuade Trump at the G7 summit to take a more conventional path on trade amid his imposition of tariffs on the European Union and Canada.

Jun 08 08:35

Ford, PCs win majority in Ontario election

Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford is Ontario’s next premier.

The party, led by the former Toronto city councillor, is headed for a majority government in the 124-seat legislature.

With more than 98 per cent of polls reporting, the PCs had won or were leading in 76 seats and the NDP had won or were leading in 39 seats, according to Elections Ontario. The Liberals were leading in seven seats and the Green Party in one.

Voter turnout was more than 57 per cent, higher than other recent elections in the province.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Joke: What does the liberal party of Ontario and a minivan have in common? They both have 7 seats.

Jun 07 10:09

Health Canada is Corrupt to the Core Causes Endless Illnesses, Diseases and Premature Deaths

Had mainstream media not agreed to David Rockefeller’s wish for them to remain silent on this issue – some 60 years ago – today’s ‘greatest-crime-ever’ could not be happening! [1] Health Canada’s (HC) stated mandate is: “to help Canadians maintain and improve their health.” Yet it puts the onus on the technologically uneducated public to prove that esoteric Industry technologies are NOT safe! [2] Adults in Canada will recall how well this same HC protected them and their loved ones from tobacco, asbestos, Thalidomide, leaded gasoline, etc.! For the past 50 years or so, HC’s Radiation Protection Bureau – whose job it is to protect the public from non-ionizing, electro-magnetic field “EMF” radiation, etc. – has allowed itself to become an integral member of what is now a corrupt U.S.

Jun 01 06:39

‘Totally unacceptable’: Canada retaliates with tariffs on US imports

Here's the long list of U.S. products on which Canada is proposing to impose $16.6 billion worth of tariffs. Includes steel, yogurt, coffee, maple syrup (lol), pizza, aftershave, kitchenware, toilet paper, mattresses, pens, boats, kegs...

May 29 07:10

Canadian Chiropractor Under Investigation For Highlighting Vaccine Dangers

By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze

The latest victim of Canada’s “Democracy” and “tolerance” is Halifax chiropractor Dr. Dena Churchill who is now being “investigated” (translate persecuted) by “regulatory authorities” for speaking out about the dangers of vaccines...

May 28 11:25

BMO and CIBC-owned Simplii Financial reveal hacks of customer data

Two Canadian banks warned customers Monday that they have been the targets of a recent hack attempt, and in one case the personal information of as many as 40,000 customers may have been stolen.

CIBC-owned Simplii Financial was the first to warn on Monday morning that hackers had accessed the personal and account information of more than 40,000 of the bank's customers.

The bank said it received a tip over the weekend that hackers had obtained the data, and after a preliminary investigation decided to go public on Monday.

May 28 09:23

14 MINUTE VIDEO – ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS & ANTIFA SUPPORTERS DESTROYING CANADA & FREE SPEECH. HEY, MAYBE CIVIL WAR IS WHAT OUR LEADERS WANT?

Antifa is hard core Communist slugs who will destroy freedom if they are not stopped. Why do the police stand down? Could it be that they are under orders from high officials in government who are Communists or Communist sympathizers? Maybe the rich George Soros’s, Rockefeller’s, Bezos’ Gates’ & Rothschilds’ et. al. are paying the government officials to send those orders. WAKE UP ALL YOU PEOPLE – BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!!!

May 25 09:50

Military looks at foreign recruits to boost ranks

Canada's military is considering lifting a longstanding citizenship requirement as a way to boost its numbers.

Right now, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) offers waivers to foreign nationals only in exceptional cases — to individuals on international military exchanges, for example, or to candidates who have specialized skills in high demand.

That citizenship requirement is now under review.

May 25 08:45

BEX ALERT - Ontario police investigate note threatening to destroy ‘beaches from Toronto to North Bay’

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating a bizarre letter that claims responsibility for destroying beaches in the Muskoka region and threatens the destruction of “beaches from Toronto to North Bay,” as well as attacks on other infrastructure.

The letter signed by the so-called Islamic Revolutionary Force, a previously unknown entity, claims to have destroyed “beaches over the winter months with snowmobiles, easily and effectively making them unsafe and all but unusable.”

May 25 08:39

American pamphlets discovered encouraging illegal entry to Canada

It was discovered just this past weekend that a pamphlet is being distributed at American hotels and bus terminals near the Canadian border giving advice for migrants to cross illegally into Canada. Politically this is called “irregular” crossing into Canada.

An American group in the town of Plattsburgh N.Y, which apparently seeks to help refugees is distributing the pamphlet.

A Quebec Member of Parliament is calling for the federal government to do something about it. Louis Plamondon represents the federal riding of Becancourt-Nicolet-Sorel.

May 23 16:29

CANADIANS SUBJECT TO CIA BRAINWASH EXPERIMENTS SEEK DAMAGES

Canadians subjected to CIA brainwashing experiments at McGill University's Allan Memorial Institute are taking legal action against the federal government, demanding a public apology and compensation. The Survivors Allied Against Government Abuse(SAAGA) group met in Montreal, Canada, on May 20. "The government should offer an apology and there should be recognition of the injustice that was done," said Gina Blasbalg, a patient at the institute in 1960.

May 23 09:55

Ex-soldier says he watched barrels of Agent Orange being buried at Gagetown base

The now-former military police officer told CBC News that, before sunrise on a clear morning in the late spring of 1985, he was ordered to escort a Department of National Defence flatbed truck along an empty road at CFB Gagetown in New Brunswick. The journey took just minutes and ended in shadows just off the road, where an excavator had dug a wide, fresh pit in the spongy soil.

On the flatbed were over 40 full or semi-full barrels in various conditions. Some were solid, others were dented, rusted or in various states of decay. Almost all of them were wrapped with an orange stripe.

"At the time, I didn't think much of it," White told CBC News. "I just did the task and it wasn't until some time later that it really, really hit home to me."

May 22 07:22

Transgender Woman Sues Spa After Muslim Employee Refuses to Perform Waxing

A tale of when liberal narratives collide!

May 21 15:21

Child Mass Gravesite Found at Vancouver University

A fresh mass grave said to contain bodies of recently murdered Canadian native women and children from the Cowichan region has been uncovered – the evidence and bodies ordered to be destroyed by the Canadian government and Vancouver University. The mass graves were discovered near the former Nanaimo Indian Hospital next to Vancouver Island University.

A Royal Canadian Mounted Police informant claimed that recently Canadian government agents, the United Church of Canada and Vancouver University officials jointly ordered the destruction of human remains in the mass grave since the site also contained bodies of not just recently murdered natives, but generations of women and children used in mind control experiments (run by the CIA), drug and sterilization testing who were killed at the Vancouver University. For over fifty years the NIH was an experimental center run by the United Church and the Canadian military in cooperation with the CIA.

May 21 10:08

Did Putin Just Ask For Iran's Exit From Syria In Meeting With Assad?

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad paid an unannounced visit to Vladimir Putin on Thursday evening at the Russian president's summer home in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi where the two leaders discussed the process for winding down the war in Syria, and notably the reduction of foreign troop presence in the country.

This marks the third such known meeting inside Russia between Assad and President Putin since 2015, and the first since two major instances of external airstrikes on the Syrian government dramatically escalated the prospect for broader war. The first was the April 13th US-led coalition attack involving over one hundred missiles on sites in and around Damascus; and the second was the May 10 Israeli attack on dozens of targets inside Syria in what was the biggest military escalation between the two countries in decades.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is imminently possible that Putin made this suggestion to Al Assad, as a way to attempt to prevent further Israeli bombing attacks against Syria; unfortunately, however, even if Iran withdraws its military advisors, or troops here, this will be no guarantee that Israel will not continue to bomb Syria, to insure that it remains the captor of Syria's Golan Heights, won militarily in 1967, and from which Israel is illegally selling oil contracts.

May 20 13:31

SHOCK VIDEO | Faith Goldy Assaulted By ANTIFA…

This happened yesterday in full view of the police. Antifa are the scum of the earth.

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May 20 09:50

Leg wax lawsuit: Muslim beautician refuses to serve transgender woman

A beauty salon is facing a $50,000 lawsuit after one of its employees refused to carry out a transgender woman’s hair-removal treatment on religious grounds.

The Mad Wax beauty parlour in Windsor, Ontario has been hit with a legal complaint over the incident, which happened in March.

According to CTV Windsor News, the owners of business could now be hauled in front of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.

May 17 10:45

Trudeau calling for independent probe of reported use of 'excessive force' in Gaza shootings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling for answers after a Canadian doctor was among hundreds injured in a violent clash at the Gaza border Monday, while condemning what he calls an "excessive use of force."

Two days after a bloody encounter with Israeli soldiers killed more than 50 Palestinians and wounded many more, Trudeau issued a statement to the parliamentary press gallery Wednesday demanding Israel's leaders explain how a London, Ont. doctor tending to injured protesters was caught in the crossfire — while throwing his support behind calls for an independent investigation.

"Canada deplores and is gravely concerned by the violence in the Gaza Strip that has led to a tragic loss of life and injured countless people. We are appalled that Dr. Tarek Loubani, a Canadian citizen, is among the wounded — along with so many unarmed people, including civilians, members of the media, first responders, and children," he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Five cents says he backs off within a week.

May 17 09:13

Alberta passes bill 'to turn off the taps' to B.C. over pipeline delays

Alberta has passed legislation giving the province's energy minister the power to choke off gasoline shipments to British Columbia if that province continues to throw up barriers to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Bill 12 passed late Wednesday afternoon in the Alberta Legislature. David Swann, the Liberal for Calgary-Mountain View, was the only member of the legislature to vote against it.

Earlier Wednesday, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley used her strongest language yet about her intentions for the law, stating she was prepared to use it on short notice, if required.

May 17 09:04

CAN (WILL) CANADA BE ABLE TO SAVE GAZA?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday called for an independent probe of the violence along the Israel-Gaza border after a Canadian doctor was among those injured in the clashes.

May 16 09:48

Canadian shot in Gaza says he was 'clearly marked' as a doctor

Dr. Tarek Loubani decided not to use the tourniquet in his pocket to stop the bleeding when he was shot in the legs at the Gaza border on Monday.

The London, Ont., physician was treating injured Palestinians when he was shot. But he says his wound wasn't serious enough to waste precious medical supplies.

Israeli forces killed at least 60 Palestinians, most by gunfire, and injured more than 2,700 since Monday at the border, Reuters reports. Israel says it is defending its border and has accused Hamas of using protests as a cover for attacks.

May 16 09:16

Ontario doctor shot while aiding Palestinians in Gaza

An Ontario doctor was in Gaza testing 3D-printed tourniquets when he was shot by Israeli snipers firing into a crowd of Palestinian protesters on Monday.

Tarek Loubani, an emergency physician from London, Ont., is recovering after a bullet pierced his right knee and lightly wounded his left leg. At least 58 Palestinians were killed and more than 2,700 wounded in the bloodiest day the region has seen in recent years.

May 15 16:16

Canada: Judge Rules Somali's Terror Attack Wasn't Terror Because He Was 'Mentally Ill,' Drops Charges

A second-generation Somali immigrant's attack on soldiers at a military recruitment center in Toronto was not a terror attack, but instead the result of "mental illness" and he should therefor not be held responsible for his actions, a Canadian judge has ruled.

May 09 08:08

Canada's silence on Israel's crimes isn't surprising

Canada remains silent while Israeli snipers continue to murder Palestinian children. Canada remains silent while Israeli snipers continue to shoot Palestinian children in the head and legs with "butterfly" bullets - meant to kill instantly and disfigure irrevocably - for waving Palestinian flags on what remains of Palestinian soil.

Canada remains silent while Israeli snipers continue to execute Palestinian journalists wearing vests marked "PRESS" as they record droves of Palestinians being wantonly murdered and maimed again and again and again.

Canada remains silent while Israeli snipers continue to target and gas thousands of Palestinian children, women and men for defending their dignity, sovereignty, and humanity during peaceful demonstrations on Palestinian soil since the Great March of Return began on March 30.

May 07 15:32

Toronto’s Splendid Housing Bubble Turns to Bust

Market freezes up at the top. Average price of detached house plunges C$175,000 in 12 months.

May 07 10:07

EMFs And RFRs Finally Taken To Court, In Canada That Is

A Class Action was filed in Superior Court, Province of Quebec, District of Montreal, Canada, Case No. 500-06-000760-153 against 50 Respondents including the Attorneys General of Quebec and Canada, the City of Sainte-Anne-Des-Lacs, Hydro-Quebec, and approximately 40 corporations involved in the manufacture, production, servicing and transmission of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMFs) and Radiofrequencies (RFRs), for their contributory roles in the transmissions, products and services that emit

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This feels like the new global warming. I am not saying there isn't an issue here, but this is being fanned up more as propaganda than science.

May 05 10:44

EMFs and RFRs Finally Taken To Court, In Canada That Is

By Catherine J. Frompovich

A Class Action was filed in Superior Court, Province of Quebec, District of Montreal, Canada, Case No. 500-06-000760-153 against 50 Respondents including the Attorneys General of Quebec and Canada, the City of Sainte-Anne-Des-Lacs, Hydro-Quebec, and approximately 40 corporations involved in the manufacture, production, servicing and transmission of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMFs) and Radiofrequencies (RFRs), for their contributory roles in the transmissions, products and services that emit...

May 02 10:04

'What more can you lose?'

Hassan Diab spent 3 years in a French prison for a 1980 bombing despite little evidence he committed the crime. Now, the Ottawa resident is trying to piece his fractured life back together

May 01 09:58

Canada wants U.S. cooperation in turning back thousands of asylum seekers walking across border

'We'd like to be able to get them to agree that we can, if somebody comes across, we just send them back'

May 01 09:52

Nigerians are walking into Canada, prompting request for U.S. to take action

As Ni­ger­ian asylum seekers flood into Canada across a ditch in Upstate New York, Canadian authorities are asking the United States for help — but not with managing the influx at the border.

Instead, they want U.S. immigration officials to reduce the foot traffic by screening Nigerians more stringently before granting them U.S. visas.

It is a ripple effect that few expected last summer when people, mostly Haitians, began to walk into Quebec via an “irregular” border crossing north of Plattsburgh, N.Y., and seek refugee status.

With the coming of spring, the flow has picked up again. But recently, the asylum seekers have been mostly Ni­ger­ian, and their route to the border is more problematic, Canadian officials say.

Apr 25 07:19

Chrystia Freeland - Ukraine's Foreign Minister in Canada

Chrystia Freeland gives a new meaning to the title ‘Foreign Minister’. Normally, it means the person in charge of a state’s dealings with foreign countries. In Canada’s case, however, it sometimes seems to mean something rather different – namely, the minister who represents the interests of a foreign country. For on occasion Ms Freeland appears to be less the foreign minister of Canada and more the foreign minister of Ukraine...

Apr 24 10:12

Toronto van incident in which 10 pedestrians died appeared deliberate, say police

Ten people have been killed and 15 injured after a van sped on to a sidewalk in Toronto, ploughing through throngs of pedestrians and leaving a trail of devastation that stretched several city blocks.

The incident occurred around lunchtime on one of the Canadian city’s first warm days of the year. Emergency services received several frantic calls about a vehicle that appeared to be striking pedestrians along Yonge Street, one of the city’s main arteries.

The incident appeared to be deliberate, Mark Saunders, Toronto’s police chief told reporters. The vehicle weaved onto the sidewalk and into oncoming traffic for about three kilometres, he said.

Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old man from the nearby town of Richmond Hill, was arrested after a brief confrontation with police. A LinkedIn profile suggested he was studying computer software at a college in Toronto.

Apr 24 03:44

Sunny spring day turns to unforgettable tragedy as van driver kills 10 and injures 15

Alleged driver of the vehicle identified as Alek Minassian, as police search for motive. Meanwhile, anguished Toronto residents wondered why.

If ever there was a moment for an overdose of quintessential Canadian resilience it is now, as our metropolis struggles to make sense of the incomprehensible: a deliberate massacre on Toronto’s most famous street.

A curb-jumping Ryder van turned the first truly gorgeous spring day into a nightmare unlike anything Toronto has ever known Monday, cutting a high-speed swath through pedestrians along Yonge St., ending at least 10 lives and wounding at least 15 others.

The carnage in North York stretched more than a kilometre along Yonge south of Finch Ave., lasting a mere 26 minutes, from the first alarm to the arrest of the suspect.

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Apr 23 16:00

BREAKING | CBS News Identifies Toronto Killer… First Photo

Photo and details on the Toronto suspect who killed 9...

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Apr 23 14:51

Terror in Toronto: Van Attack Leaves At Least 9 Dead, Scores Injured

UPDATE: 9 dead in Toronto, authorities confirm it was a terrorist attack.

Apr 23 12:27

Witness: Van struck 'every single thing' on Toronto sidewalk

Police have arrested a suspect after a white van mounted the curb and struck numerous pedestrians in Toronto.

The incident happened on Yonge Street south of Finch Avenue, according to the Toronto Police Service. Initial estimates suggest eight to 10 people were struck.

Witness Alex Shaker, who was driving southbound at the time, says the van was travelling at high speed on the sidewalk. The van was also southbound.

Apr 23 12:17

BREAKING RAW VIDEO | Terror Strikes Toronto - Van Plows Into Pedestrians -- STORY DEVELOPING

Story is developing as we speak. Here are several videos from the scene...

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Apr 23 11:48

"BREAKING: Suspect taken into custody after van runs over people in Toronto, police say"

Toronto Police: Reports of 8 to 10 pedestrians struck by white van that fled the scene. No word on extent of injuries yet.

Apr 23 09:48

A Letter to CBC: Your Biased Coverage of the Land Day Massacre

Dear CBC

Re: Your coverage of the Land Day massacre in Gaza

You state that you “are independent of all lobbies and of all political and economic influence.” This might be true regarding the government that pays for your operations and wages but we regret to say it is definitely NOT true with the pro-Israeli lobby. Once again you were influenced by their lobbying and succumbed to their dictates, propaganda and falsehoods, even in regards to the use of specific language.

Let us start with how the CBC has tried to obscure Israel’s premeditated killing of unarmed protesters by instead talking about “clashes” and “confrontations” and “rock throwing”. The lack of accuracy in your CBC News March 30, 2018 report is but one example. The narrator says:

“Israeli forces responded with force against rock throwing Palestinian protesters, at least seven Palestinians have been killed, hundreds more has been wounded.”

And then your correspondent Derek Stoffel reported:

Apr 23 08:37

Canada Signs Deal With Japan Allowing to Use Each Other's Military Equipment

Ottawa and Tokyo concluded a bilateral Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement which will step up military cooperation between the two states, and allow them to use each other’s military equipment in various operations, the Global Affairs department of the Canadian government said in a statement on Sunday.

"The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Taro Kono, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan, signed the bilateral Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA). This agreement will strengthen cooperation between the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and the Japanese Self-Defense Forces and will allow both countries to make efficient use of each other’s military equipment during operations and exercises in Canada, Japan and other locations," the statement read.

Apr 20 08:26

Dear Canada: Accessing Publicly Available Information on the Internet Is Not a Crime

Canadian authorities should drop charges against a 19-year-old Canadian accused of “unauthorized use of a computer service” for downloading thousands of public records hosted and available to all on a government website. The whole episode is an embarrassing overreach that chills the right of access to public records and threatens important security research.

Apr 18 10:17

Canada group slammed after firing staff decrying Israel killings

A press advocacy employee has been sacked following his condemnation of Israel's lethal force used against Palestinians.

Apr 18 10:11

Justin Trudeau’s Best Friend Jailed After International Pedophile Ring Bust

Christopher Charles Ingvaldson, 42, a long-term close friend of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, has been found guilty of child pornography charges after being caught directing an international pedophile ring.

Ingvaldson entered guilty pleas in B.C. Provincial Court in Vancouver to accessing child pornography and possession of child porn. He was also initially charged with two counts of importing or distributing child pornography.

At the time he was charged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police said that 11 members of the pedophile ring in three countries – Canada, Australia and the U.K. – had also been arrested in their respective countries.

Justin Trudeau and Ingvaldson have been closely linked since their days as room-mates at college, and after completing their teaching degrees they were both accepted to teach at West Point Grey Academy, an elite Vancouver private boarding school.

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