Canadian Government Could Pardon 500,000 Canadians With Small Pot Convictions

Canada is only the second country in the world to make it legal to smoke and have small amounts of marijuana in their possession, the move was part of campaign promise by... Read more »

Trudeau Liberals Leave Money Meant to Help Veterans Unspent

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have left over $372 million from the federal kitty reserved for helping veterans unspent. This revelation has come only 6 months after an Edmonton town hall where Trudeau stopped... Read more »

Canada Open to Concessions on the Dairy Front for Smooth Talks

The talks on NAFTA are underway between both Canada and the USA, and by the looks of it, Canada is ready to make some concessions. Canadian Foreign Minister, Chrystia Freeland, made her... Read more »

Canada Post Workers Considering Possible Strike over Pay Disputes

The list of problems in Canada is on the rise, and Canadians could soon add disgruntled Canada Post workers on it. The country will find out during this week whether they face... Read more »

David Hogg Tells Canadians To Commit A Felony In Toronto

David Hogg joined Michael Moore at the Toronto Film Festival last week to promote Moore’s new film, ‘Fahrenheit 11/9.’ Hogg was given the microphone to say a few words to the Canadian... Read more »

Edmonton Police seek public’s assistance to locate B&E suspect

The Edmonton Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance to locate a 38-year-old man believed to be responsible for several residential B&Es across southwest Edmonton. Joshua Luke Little, 38, is alleged to... Read more »

Trudeau’s Embarrassing Tough Talk Could Hurt Canada at Trade

Canadians cheered, people clapped, leftists smiled, and bigots raised their hats in appreciation when Justin Trudeau mentioned that he wouldn’t let Canada and himself be pushed around by the President of the... Read more »

Kinder Morgan Looking To Dump Remaining Assets And Leave Canada For Good

Thanks to pipeline controversy in Canada Kinder Morgan hinted they may dump their remaining Canadian assets and leave Canada. The company owns facilities in Edmonton and Vancouver along with some crude storage... Read more »

Statue of John A. MacDonald Removed by Radical B.C. Politicians

Radical leftist politicians in Victoria, B.C., have removed a statue of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald, from outside the offices of City Hall. In another attempt to rewrite Canada’s... Read more »

VIDEO: Large explosions light up Nisku sky after fire broke out

Police are investigating after a fire caused large explosions at a recycling business in Nisku’s industrial area. The fire erupted on Wednesday night from the company that recycles aerosol and compressed gas... Read more »