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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Man arrested in rape and murder of 13-month-old

Image: (Conneaut Police Department) Joshua Gurto was captured and arrested for the rape and murder of a 13-month-old child reports KDKA-TV. The man was found in Pittsburgh early Friday morning and taken to Allegheny County Jail.... Read more »

Watch as students boo and turn their backs on Trudeau

Students at the youth labour forum booed and heckled Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday for what some might say for the wrong reasons. “Honour your promises!” yelled the crowd as some... Read more »