Santos Lauds Canada for Its Integral Role in Restoring Peace in Columbia

Juan Manuel Santos, Columbia’s President made his first official trip to Canada. The Nobel Peace Prize-winning Columbian President expressed his gratitude to the Canadians for the support they displayed during the restoration... Read more »

Justin Trudeau Refuses to take advice from Stephen Harper

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received a letter from Stephen Harper – his Conservative predecessor – who accuses the federal Liberal government of “napping on NAFTA”. Talking at a news conference on Monday,... Read more »

Watch: NYC Terrorist Sayfullo Saipov tries to flee

The New York terrorist suspect has been identified as 29-year-old Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov from Tampa, Florida. Watch below as the suspect seems confused when trying to flee. Sayfullo Saipovpic.twitter.com/vgbkiWmLBt — Mike (@Fuctupmind) October... Read more »

Rachel Notley attacks UPC in Trump-style Twitter rant

Alberta’s radical NDP leader Rachel Notley came out attacking the United Conservative Party today on Twitter. Jason Kenney won the UPC leadership and will be campaigning against Notley to secure the 2019... Read more »

Edmonton to House Canada’s Largest Sports Dome

The Edmonton Scottish Society is set to build a colossal sports dome to assuage part of the growing requirement of indoor soccer fields. The dome will be built in the city’s southern... Read more »

Jason Kenney wins UPC leadership race

After a very tense campaign race, the new leader for the United Conservative Party (UCP) is Jason Kenney. Jason Kenney has 35,000 votes for the win at 61.1 percent of votes, Brian... Read more »

Most Canadians support the face-coverings ban, but Trudeau doesn’t

Quebec’s new face-coverings ban reached Canadians across the country. 68 percent Canadians support the ban according to a new Ipsos poll by Global News. Bill 62 passed in Quebec last week banning... Read more »

State-Owned Chinese Construction firm Agrees to Buy Canada’s Aecon

State owned Chinese construction firm, China Communications Construction Co. (CCCC) agrees to buy Toronto based construction company Aecon Group Inc. for CA$1.45 billion ($1.13 billion). Aecon is Canada’s largest publicly listed infrastructure... Read more »

Census Reveals, Canada’s Indigenous Population Has Grown Dramatically

The latest census data shows a radical growth in the indigenous population of Canada – almost four times as much as the rest of the Canadian population. The increase in the population... Read more »

Watch as Trudeau responds to the $31.3 million settlement paid to 3 men

Justin Trudeau says Canadians should be “angered” by the $31.3 million settlement paid out to three Canadians for being wrongful convicted of terrorism. The response comes after numbers were quietly released by the... Read more »