Facebook Approves Fake News Ads While Banning Conservative News

Facebook hired AFP Canada as a fact checking service to lower reach for some Conservative websites. Facebook sends notifications to everyone who shared a story that was deemed as false by AFP,... Read more »

Charges dropped against Syrian refugee who sexually assaulted teen girls in West Edmonton Mall

Soeliman Hajj Soleiman, a Syrian refugee was arrested in February 2017 after young teen girls reported the man touched them inappropriately at the West Edmonton Mall water park. All charges were dropped... Read more »

Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau half-admitted Justin cheated on her in 2015

After an old article resurfaced of Justin Trudeau groping a young female reporter in 2000, a new wave of old articles seem to appearing on public discussion boards. Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau agreed that... Read more »

Christian schools in Canada banned from teaching Biblical values

Diversity doesn’t include Christians in this case. A BC University lost their challenge in court for Christian diversity. In a pair of 7-2 rulings by Canada’s Supreme Court, Trinity Western University in... Read more »

How did a violent 18th Street gang member enter Canada?

U.S. border agents caught and arrested a known 18th Street gang member who tried to enter the United States via Canada. “A Peruvian national and a Mexican national were apprehended on June... Read more »

U.S Energy Secretary Rick Perry Concerned About Relationship with Mexico and Canada

With NAFTA discussions set to start back up again soon, United States Energy Secretary Rick Perry is concerned that the relationships between the countries could become “uncomfortable”, especially with President Trump’s new... Read more »

Canada to Get Temporary Exemption From Tariffs

The Trump administration has announced that it will exclude Mexico and Canada from the tough tariffs on aluminum and steel, although they will both lose the exemption if they don’t reach a... Read more »

Canada – Gas and Oil Spending to Fall This Year

According to Statistics Canada, spending to extract gas and oil will fall this year in Canada, for the fourth straight year. The federal agency released data from a survey of investment intentions... Read more »

The Threat of Jidahists and Terrorists in Canada

CANADA – International news reports concerning jihadists and terrorists do not usually mention Canada as a country where their violent activities are focused, but the threat of terrorism is very real in... Read more »

Trudeau’s comments on Boushie verdict suggests Canadian justice system is wrong

According to the Prime Minister, the Canadian justice system may be wrong. 56-year-old Gerald Stanley was accused of second-degree murder of a twenty two year old man – Colten Boushie in August,... Read more »