The federal government tells us there are some 60 people who have returned to Canadian soil after waging jihad abroad.
There are reasons to believe the number may be higher than that. 356 more words
For whatever reason, Canadian politicians abroad tend to be more forthright with the foreign press than with their own. And the latest example comes from Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson when he stopped by Bloomberg News’ NYC office on Tuesday and offered some alarming words about the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain project. 856 more words
The threat faced by North America from an electromagnetic pulse attack isn’t going away anytime soon, according to unclassified reports from the United States only just cleared for public release. 801 more words
Three Senate committees and the Assembly of First Nations have serious concerns with Liberal legislation that proposes to legalize marijuana by July 1.
The Aboriginal Peoples Senate committee are recommended delaying legalization by as much as a year. 358 more words
Every year, up to 640 people die of curable diseases — and almost 100,000 are suffering and sick — because they can’t afford the medicines they need, says an upsetting… 528 more words
By Larry Elder
Despite the daily pounding he receives from the media, U.S. President Donald Trump enjoys two advantages — low expectations and lots of time. 859 more words
It looks like deja vu all over again.
Forty years ago, in 1979, an arrogant prime minister Joe Clark threatened to impose on Canadians higher gas prices at the pump, 18 cents tax per gallon, to be exact. 564 more words