Why Europe’s proposed new army is a problem for Canada
French President Emmanuel Macron’s call earlier in November for a “true European army” is understandable, misguided and reflective of a shift among Canada’s closest allies that should worry Ottawa.
In the run-up to Armistice Day commemorations marking 100 years since the end of World War I, Macron said Europe must be able to defend itself without relying on the United States. Speaking about cyber security, he said: “We have to protect ourselves with respect to China, Russia and even the United States of America.”
Alleged online ISIS supporter’s refugee claim based on ‘bogus’ conversion to Christianity, officials say
A Federal Court judge has sided with government officials who argued a B.C. man who posted pro-Islamic State propaganda online had faked a conversion to Christianity when he came to Canada as a refugee.
While Othman Ayed Hamdan was accepted as a refugee based on his claim that his abandonment of Islam had put him at risk at home in Jordan, the government argued his “conversion to Christianity was bogus.”
Climate change driving ‘ghost moose’ calf mortality, say researchers
Tick infestations are killing moose calves in the northeastern U.S. at an alarming rate and climate change is to blame, according to a recent study.
The dead moose calves with pale or missing patches of fur, drained of their blood from parasitic winter ticks, are part of a phenomenon known as “ghost moose” which affects young and old, but with far more devastating consequences for calves.
Director Oliver Stone writes to Trudeau, urges him to admit Snowden’s Hong Kong helpers as refugees
Some emotional scenes appear near the end of Oliver Stone’s 2016 movie on Edward Snowden, depicting how penniless asylum seekers hid the American whistleblower and fugitive in their Hong Kong homes for two weeks.
Now those same people and their children are allegedly facing a campaign of intimidation, and the director is urging Canada to take them in as refugees.
Exorcist says Céline Dion’s ‘gender-free’ kids’ clothing is ‘demonic’
Over the course of her illustrious career, Céline Dion has duetted with Barbara Streisand, Andrea Bocelli, Peabo Bryson, Luciano Pavarotti, Destiny’s Child and Mariah Carey.
That list of collaborators, one Catholic clergyman says, is missing a name: Satan.