The Royal Family is delighted that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged

After months of rumours Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle are now engaged and The Royal Family couldn’t be more delighted. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh are delighted for the... Read more »

TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline approved

Nebraska voted yes to approve the TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline just days after a spill by a TransCanada line of 800,000 litres. The pipeline route would create thousands of jobs both in... Read more »

Health Canada Issues Stricter Warnings for Green Tea Extracts

In the wake of an increasing number of liver injury cases being reported in Canada and worldwide, Health Canada has issued a tougher warning over product labels containing green tea extracts. These... Read more »

Small Village in Montreal Elects the First Trans Mayor of Canada

The residents of Très-Saint-Redempteur – a small village located to the west of Montreal elected a transgender Julie Lemieux as mayor. For years, Très-Saint-Redempteur has been known for the historical Catholic Church... Read more »

CRA Needs To Take Action Against Trudeau’s Tax Evading Friends

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is set to take action against offshore tax evaders with yet another revelation of dodgy financial records in the ‘Paradise Papers’ that contain an alarming 13.4 million... Read more »

Advancements in Cancer Research to Be Shared at the Canadian Cancer Research Conference 2017

The Canadian Cancer Research Conference (CCRC) attracts researchers from all across Canada. The CCRC 2017 scheduled between November 5-7 will see a plethora of discoveries from researchers. CCRC is the only national... Read more »

Oil Prices skyrockets as 11 princes get arrested

Oil prices jumped to a 2-year high as princes and four ministers get arrested in Saudi Arabia. Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was arrested among a sweeping anti-corruption probe which puts more... Read more »

Ex-Gitmo prisoner didn’t know he could sue Canada until the Omar Khadr payout

Yet another ex-Gitmo prisoner is suing Canada for claims that his rights were violated in the American prison. Currently there’s no proof that the Algeria man Djamel Ameziane suffered abuse during his... Read more »

BC Mosque with criminal and terrorism ties to receives $53k from Taxpayers

The Masjid Alhidayah & Islamic Cultural Centre in Port Coquitlam BC is to receive $53,000 in government funding in the form of grants to beef up security for hate-motivated crimes. Sources say... Read more »

Federal Minister Says Indigenous Child Welfare Data Leading to Humanitarian Crisis

Jane Philpott – minister for Indigenous Services in Canada, believes that the disproportionate population of Indigenous children in the country’s child welfare system has led to “humanitarian crisis” in Canada. In a... Read more »