Two Toronto men have been arrested after a series of videos were posted online of harassment throughout the city over the last year.
It’s alleged two men, who go by the name F–kry in the Six, have committed numerous criminal offences.
The videos were posted on social media starting in May 2016.
‘I didn’t realize that even after I received the title I would still have to explain myself, that there was still ignorant people out there who are asking me to prove myself,’ she told Fox.
‘Just because I have straight hair and olive skin tone doesn’t mean I’m not black… I don’t have to look a certain way to be black.’
A law passed on Thursday will also limit shops selling pizza by the slice. Only shops selling artisanal ice cream will be spared from the measure, long championed by the mayor of Venice, Luigi Brugnaro.
Paola Mar, the city’s tourism chief, said: “We want to put the brakes on types of activities which are not compatible with the preservation and development of Venice’s cultural heritage.”
When I think of aeronautical science, the first person I think of is Wernher von Braun.
You know who I think of second?
This is much deserved.
That said, I believe his inclinations also merit a pharmacology degree.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan – now totally devoid of credibility after repeatedly lying about his “role” in Operation Medusa – recently spoke in advance of Canada’s Defence Policy Review.
In his remarks, Sajjan continued his pattern of deception by attempting to blame Canada’s military woes on the previous government, despite the fact that the Liberals have cut military spending to its lowest post-war total (0.88% of GDP).
Sajjan is clearly laying the groundwork for continuing the weak funding of our military, perhaps moving a billion or so around to give the impression that something is being done. Even if more money is announced, watch for the timelines of that spending, as Sajjan is likely to pledge spending spread out over a long period of time, making the yearly numbers almost meaningless. Plus, the Trudeau government already took $12 billion out of future military spending with massive cuts in previous spending plans, so unless they make up that amount, the government is still slashing our military to the bone.
Stephen Hawking is making apocalyptic predictions again. The respected theoretical physicist warns that humanity needs to become a multi-planetary species within the next century if we don’t want to go extinct. Last year, he prophesied that we had maybe 1,000 years left on Earth, and the inspiration for this newly-urgent timeline is unclear—except for the fact that Hawking’s new documentary about colonizing Mars is coming out soon.
Hilarious video from French TV shows a TV host doing “man on the street” interviews ask random French people if they favor mass immigration.
If they say yes, which all of them do, he then responds by saying it’s just their luck, as he has a migrant ready right now to come and live in their house!
This is liberalism in theory versus practice.
The William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale commissioned the survey, for which McLaughlin & Associates polled 872 Yale undergraduates in late April.
The results of the poll show that 16 percent of Yale’s elite students support “having speech codes to regulate speech for students and faculty” and 72 percent oppose such limitations on speech.
The newest issue of the ISIS magazine Rumiyah includes instructions for would-be terrorists about how to kill pedestrians with trucks. In infographic form, the instructions list the characteristics of the ideal vehicles (“slightly raised chassis and bumper”), where to buy, steal or rent the trucks, and the ideal targets.
TSA Report Warns Against Truck Ramming Attacks By Terrorists
The unclassified report warns owners, operators and rental agencies to protect their vehicles from theft. Entitled “Vehicle ramming attacks: Threat landscape, indicators and counter measures,” the report was sent Tuesday to local law enforcement agencies and private companies working with the Department of Homeland Security.
Imam Syed Soharwardy of Calgary, the head of the Calgary-based Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and the founder of Muslims Against Terrorism, is often invited by CBC as a guest expert to discuss issues related to terrorism and radicalization. He is introduced as a moderate voice in the Muslim community who “has worked to prevent the radicalization of youth in Canada.”