Overcoming Gender Bias: Canada Announces to Deploy More Female Soldiers to Conflict Zones

In an attempt to tackle gender bias in areas where women are most vulnerable, Canada is stepping up with a strategy that will allow more women to be a part of peace... Read more »

Environment Canada Alert: The First Spell of Winter is About to Hit Canada

Environment Canada released a weather alert for an arctic front that is advancing towards the Central Interior from Northern B.C. The front is expected to hit the region by early morning tomorrow.... Read more »

Canada’s Budget Deficits Could Increase with an Increase in the Country’s Aging Population

Canada is getting old. According to the latest census, the number of seniors exceeds the number of children in the country. However, it’s a close margin where seniors make 16.9% of the... Read more »

Ontario Calls for the Elimination of Pre-Trial Detention

Ontario – Canada’s largest province in terms of population – instructed prosecutors to keep people awaiting trial out of jail. The move was taken as a measure to find alternatives for pre-trial... Read more »

New York Terrorist attack kills 8, suspect shouts ‘Allahu Akbar’

A suspect in New York used a pickup to ram into people killing 8 in downtown New York on Tuesday. The suspect shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ and waved fake guns at police, then... Read more »

Liberals say immigrants drive Canada’s economy

Canada’s Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says the new normal for immigrants to Canada is a number set at 300,000. Hussen says immigrants drive Canada’s economy, they are a “big tool” to power Canada’s... Read more »

Elderly couple dead after Police incident in Ontario hospital

Special Investigations Unit are investigating a incident at the Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg, Ontario. Police were called to the Hospital after 11 pm Friday night after hearing gunshots. Ontario Police Watchdog says... Read more »

Record-Breaking Temperatures in Toronto to Alleviate in the Coming Days

David Philips, senior climatologist at Environment Canada described how average temperatures in the months of September and October in Toronto drop to 12.9 C but this year saw an average soaring temperature... Read more »

Stephen Harper “I believe this threat is real”

Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the Trudeau government needs to step up with their NAFTA negotiations with the United States. In a letter obtained by The Canadian Press Harper said the threat... Read more »

Engaging With the Chinese on Free Trade Talks Could Pose Threat to Canada-U.S. Relationship

James Moore, member of NAFTA’s advisory council and former conservative Cabinet minister warned the federal government that engaging with the Chinese on free trade talks could possibly jeopardize Canada’s relationship with the... Read more »