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NDP, Green MPs to speak at “Free Meng Wanzhou” event

NDP MP Niki Ashton and Green MP Paul Manly are among the featured speakers at an event arguing for the release of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.

KNIGHT: New report condemns RCMP, but what will change?

A report issued this week by former Supreme Court Justice Michel Bastarache confirms that there is a history of systemic harassment in the RCMP.

MERTA: Do pro-life voices have a place in Canada?

In a free society, all voices need to be heard, not just the ones that agree with your world view.

Another business gets shut down in the name of social justice

True North’s Lindsay Shepherd says it’s sad to see small business owners give into the vindictiveness of social justice warriors.

Salvation Army begins Christmas Kettle Campaign amid unprecedented need

In a statement, the Salvation Army said that the Kettle Campaign is more important than ever given the effects the pandemic has had on society.

Edmonton extends mandatory mask bylaw for a year

Edmonton’s city council voted 12-1 in favor of a one-year extension to the mandatory face covering bylaw until December 31, 2021.



ESKENASI: Trudeau wants to bring in more immigrants

Despite the devastating effects of the coronavirus and the ensuing lockdowns, Trudeau hopes to follow through with a plan to bring in 351,000 permanent residents by the end of 2021.



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Taxpayers paying to support Bill Morneau’s OECD secretary-general bid

The Liberal government has assigned 19 public sector workers to help former finance minister Bill Morneau campaign for the position of secretary-general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

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