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‘If in Doubt, Treat Them as a Minor’: European Body Orders End of Migrant Age Tests

The Council of Europe has spoken out against performing medical tests on migrants to determine their age, claiming youths could be “frightened and unsettled” by the process.

In a report published Wednesday on age tests, the children’s rights committee of the council said unless there is evidence that the person is an adult, asylum seekers claiming to be under 18 should “be given the benefit of the doubt and presumed to be a child”.

Stop normalizing Sharia law in Canada

Leftist elites in Canada have launched a campaign to normalize Sharia law – the illiberal and often barbaric set of laws enforced in Islamic dictatorships.

In Ottawa, the Trudeau government is in the middle of what feels like a show-trial designed to make “Islamophobia” illegal – a term the government itself has failed to define.

After the controversial M-103 was passed in Parliament, leftist media and the Trudeau government insisted that the critics were wrong, that it’s just a motion – symbolic! – and that M-103 will have no legislative impact.

Shall We Have a Conversation About Arrest Statistics for Those Privileged NFL Players?

An NFL player is arrested, on average, every seven days.

Did you know, that as of this writing, it’s been 24 days since an NFL player was arrested? The odds that we would go that long in between player arrests are 25 to 1! In case you were wondering, there’s an entire website dedicated to tracking all the NFL players who have been arrested.

Oops. I just checked again. It’s now been zero days since an NFL player was arrested. Thanks, Los Angeles Ram Ethan Westbrooks! Westbrooks was arrested this weekend for speeding and being in possession of an unlicensed firearm. This is the second time in bracelets this year for Westbrooks, who was arrested in March on suspicion of domestic violence (the charges were later dropped).

LIARS: Trudeau Government Breaks Promise To Apply Access To Info Act To Prime Minister’s Office

Where did all that openness and transparency go?

The opposition parties are ripping the Trudeau government for breaking a big campaign promise.

During the 2015 campaign, the Trudeau Liberals said they would cover the Prime Minister’s Office and every Cabinet Minister’s office under a new Access to Information Act.

However, the Bill C-58 (An Act to amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act) being pushed by the Trudeau government, doesn’t open up the PMO or Minister’s offices to the act, and it even gives the government more power to refuse access to information requests from the public.

Liberals’ racism consultation is “partisan” exercise for electoral gain, PQ says

The Couillard government’s planned consultation on discrimination and systemic racism is a “partisan” exercise that is divisive and will be used by the Liberals during next year’s general election, two Parti Québécois MNAs charged on Tuesday.

Carole Poirier and Agnès Maltais repeated their party’s complaint that the consultation, overseen by the Quebec immigration department and the province’s human rights commission, is an empty exercise. The PQ has long sought to have the consultation scrapped.

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