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Students suing Western University for being denied religious vaccine exemptions

Christian students at Western University who have continually been denied religious exemptions to the school’s three-dose vaccine mandate are suing on the grounds of discrimination. 

Trudeau lists Iran Revolutionary Guard on immigration terrorist list

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Friday that he would permanently ban 10,000 officials from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) from entering the country.

Todd Loewen attends UCP caucus meeting hours after Danielle Smith victory

Former United Conservative Party leadership candidate and Independent MLA Todd Loewen attended the UCP caucus meeting on Friday morning.

Liberal MP calls for independent inquiry into pandemic response

Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith wants an independent audit of the federal government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Rupa Subramanya Show | Is a revolution on the horizon in...

As protests spread across Iran and the world after the death of 22 year old Mahsa Amini, videos of violent crackdowns have emerged online. Protests have engulfed the hearts of the Iranian people to the point that some are saying another revolution is coming underway.

LEVY: Students told to apply “postcolonial and CRT lens” to Curious...

The Grade 12 English assignment from Tommy Douglas Secondary School in Woodbridge, Ont. asks students to apply the “postcolonial and CRT lens” to analyzing the children’s story of Curious George.

Danielle Smith elected UCP leader, will become Alberta premier

Danielle Smith will be Alberta’s next premier after winning the United Conservative Party leadership contest on the sixth ballot.

Peterborough Public Health advises no indoor gatherings ahead of Thanksgiving

Peterborough, Ontario is telling people to stay masked and avoid indoor social gatherings this Thanksgiving, citing a “very high” Covid risk. Peterborough Public Health issued an advisory warning Wednesday upgrading its Covid-19 Risk Index.


The Andrew Lawton Show | Another pro-lockdown premier has been re-elected

Quebecers re-elected Francois Legault and the CAQ with a decisive majority last night, with the Conservatives getting a sizeable chunk of the vote but no seats. Legault's government imposed lockdowns, vaccine passports, a curfew, and threatened the unvaccinated with fines – and he still won.


Liberal minister allegedly backdated documents to mislead court

Liberal cabinet minister Marco Mendicino allegedly backdated government documents presented to a federal court case on the implementation of government legislation.


Costs of Trudeau government’s ArriveCan app set to exceed $54 million

Taxpayers will have spent $54 million on the controversial ArriveCan application by the end of the year, new estimates indicate. 


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Liberals have spent $3.7M on gun buyback without purchasing one firearm

The Liberal government has spent millions on its federal gun buyback scheme despite not yet buying a single firearm from law-abiding gun owners. 

Firm with Pfizer, WEF ties played key role in Quebec’s Covid response: report

A global management and consulting firm with ties to Pfizer played a key role in Quebec’s Covid response.

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