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No “direct request” for Emergencies Act, Ottawa police chief says

Ottawa Police Service interim chief Steve Bell has told parliamentarians his force did not request the Trudeau government invoke the Emergencies Act before cracking down on Freedom Convoy protests in February.

Leslyn Lewis petitions feds to back out of WHO pandemic treaty

Conservative MP and leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis has launched a petition calling on the Trudeau government to decline signing the World Health Organization’s pandemic treaty.

Scott Aitchison says Canada must recognize Taiwan as a country

Conservative Party leadership candidate Scott Aitchison says Taiwan is a vibrant democracy and a beacon of freedom that Canada needs to recognize. He joined True North’s Andrew Lawton to discuss.

Justice Centre successfully defends B.C. pastors against lockdown fines

A total of 24 tickets – adding up to $55,200 – against Pastors John Koopman of the Chilliwack Free Reformed Church, James Butler of the Free Grace Baptist Church and Timothy Champ of the Valley Heights Community Church, have been dropped by the B.C. Crown.

Can you opt-out of inflation with Bitcoin? (Ft. Matt Spoke)

On this episode of the Candice Malcolm Show, Candice is joined by Matt Spoke, the founder and CEO of Moves, a financial app for gig workers. Candice and Matt discuss the future of cryptocurrencies in Canada, the ongoing debate among conservatives surrounding the value of Bitcoin and why governments around the world are planning to create their own digital currencies.

LEVY: US founder of Moms for Liberty urges Canadian parents to...

Florida mom Tiffany Justice said it was the Covid pandemic that “pulled back the curtain” and exposed to concerned parents all that’s wrong with public education in America.

Nine times Liberal claims about the Freedom Convoy were officially disputed

True North has listed six instances of where officials have categorically disputed the Liberal government’s claims about the Freedom Convoy.

Military flew surveillance aircraft over convoy, contrary to orders

A Jan. 27 directive by the Department of National Defence stated that Canadian Armed Forces equipment and personnel were to avoid the protest and that Royal Canadian Air Force planes were not to fly in the airspace directly above the demonstrations. 

Opinion

GUEST OP-ED: Ontario taxpayers set to choose from three unpalatable options

When election day arrives, it appears as though Ontarians will have a choice of which poison pill to swallow: record deficits with Premier Doug Ford, Liberal leader Steven Del Duca, or NDP leader Andrea Horwath. 

Immigration

Surge in illegal border crossings into US from Canada is 90% non-Canadians

Border guards are seeing a 47% spike in people crossing into the US from Canada illegally, and only one in ten of those migrants is a Canadian citizen. 

Economy

Can you opt-out of inflation with Bitcoin? (Ft. Matt Spoke)

On this episode of the Candice Malcolm Show, Candice is joined by Matt Spoke, the founder and CEO of Moves, a financial app for gig workers. Candice and Matt discuss the future of cryptocurrencies in Canada, the ongoing debate among conservatives surrounding the value of Bitcoin and why governments around the world are planning to create their own digital currencies.
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