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“There’s an elephant in the room that hasn’t been addressed, and that’s our faith,” Zafar said.
An RCMP officer testified Monday that he had found “clear support” for the so-called Islamic State in the online posts of Othman Ayed Hamdan, a B.C. resident facing deportation.
At the start of a hearing to decide whether Hamdan should be deported as a danger to Canada’s security, Const. Tarek Mokdad said the Facebook posts were a “cause for concern.”
“I found clear support for the Islamic State,” Const. Mokdad, a member of the RCMP’s national security division, testified at the Immigration and Refugee Board hearing.
No worry, Justin will write him a cheque.
Monday, the Alberta government introduced legislation that would give the provincial Energy minister power to turn down the taps on natural resource shipments to British Columbia.
The average price for a litre of regular gasoline in downtown Vancouver was $1.49 on Monday. Ha! Take that you West Coast tree-huggers! See how much you like it when it hits $1.80 or $2.00, or more.
On April 14, 2018, the Palestine House held its annual commemoration of the “Land Day” (symbolizes the Palestinian unwavering commitment to defend the land and to “liberate” Palestine), at Capitol Banquette Hall in Mississauga, ON.
The minimum wage would hit $15 and then be tied to inflation, and an NDP government would require employers to offer full-time employees a minimum of three weeks paid vacation, up from the currently mandated two weeks. Hydro bills would be cut by 30% through measures such as an end to mandatory time of use, free electricity delivery for First Nations communities and ending the differential between rural and urban delivery rates while buying back Hydro One using its dividends to the Ontario government.
Jaspal Atwal, the man at the centre of a controversy that led to a chill in India-Canada ties, has accused the Justin Trudeau government of “lying” in framing him as an agent planted by “rogue elements” within the Indian establishment to embarrass the Canadian prime minister during his visit to India in February.
As Justin Trudeau’s poll numbers have fallen, he seems to be doubling down on the very things that have gotten him in trouble with Canadians.
He’s still obsessed with photo-ops, he’s demonizing the opposition and Canadians who disagree with him more aggressively than ever, and his deceptions and lies are increasing in volume.
Bloomberg is an American billionaire, and the former Mayor of New York. Now, he wants to destroy the coal industry, and Catherine McKenna is inexplicably helping him, as noted in the New Yorker article.
A 17-year-old woman is at the centre of a heated debate in Canada over whether police officers should be allowed to wear hijabs or turbans.
Sondos Lamrhari is the first student in Quebec to wear a hijab while studying to become a police officer.
A Quebec politician said she should not be allowed on the police force, which has ignited a firestorm on both sides of the issue.
Meanwhile, a law banning face coverings in public services is going to court.
Kinder Morgan Canada should do far more than just walk away from its $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion plan, as far as one of the company’s largest shareholders is concerned.
The information, obtained by the Canadian Press through the Access to Information Act, shows a persistent gap between female immigrants, both new and established in Canada, compared with their Canadian-born counterparts.
‘We’ve got to get off fossil fuels. We can’t be building multi-billion dollar pipelines … It’s just crazy.’
The Progressive Conservative leader says he would dump Mayo Schmidt because the head of the partially privatized utility presided over a dramatic increase in rates and earned a $6.2 million salary last year.
Though the Forces have a team of dedicated social media staffers, the comments have become so toxic at times that one member of the public observed the “comment section around here reads like a Sons of Odin chat room,” a reference to a far-right, anti-immigration group.