Trump warns “The day will come when the Iranian people will face a choice”

People from Iran are holding massive protests across the country against the government, protests in the last 3 days  have been known to be the biggest in nearly 10 years. President Donald... Read more »

Why Multitasking Isn’t Always Good for Business

Multitasking (also called “task switching”) is nearly universally accepted in the business environment, with the ability to do it well worn like a badge of honor that screams “management material.” However, this... Read more »

Pipe Bomb explosion in New York terrorist attack suspect 27-year-old lives in Brooklyn and may be of Bangladeshi descent

A 27-year-old suspect who lives in Brooklyn and may be of Bangladeshi descent is in custody after a pipe bomb explosion in the New York City Subway system this morning, the explosion... Read more »

Scheer will ask Morneau to step down

A new report says Conservative leader Andrew Scheer will ask for Finance Minister Bill Morneau to resign from his post. Scheer is expected to make the announcement at a media event this afternoon... Read more »

Trudeau says he has the ability to “de-program” terrorists

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fired shots at each other today in question period on the issue of Jihadists returning to Canada. When Scheer said Trudeau is “so... Read more »

Sobeys announces 800 jobs will be cut

The Sobeys grocery chain will be cutting 800 office staff jobs across Canada. Chief executive, Michael Medline says the cuts will only affect office staff and is an attempt to create one... Read more »

Thousands more immigrants to come to Canada under the Liberals

Canada has decided to welcome one million immigrants in next three years. This announcement has been made by the Liberal Government under it Multi Year strategy. Under the program, the numbers for... Read more »

Duterte angered by Trudeau’s comments

MANILA, Philippines – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was praised by an international rights group for expressing his thoughts about the deadly crackdown conducted by the Philippines president on illegal drugs, on Thursday.... Read more »

PayPal receives Federal Court order to disclose personal information to the Canada Revenue Agency

PayPal customers who have a business account received a surprising email today, the email read: We’re writing to notify you that we have received a Federal Court order requiring us to disclose... Read more »

The Liberal Government Promises Training and Equipment But No Missions for Peacekeeping

Last year, Ottawa pledged 150 police officers and 600 troops to the UN peacekeeping missions. The situation today is obviously different. According to the latest scoop, Canada is prepared to offer elite... Read more »