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Civil Liberties Groups Demand Feds Allow Robust Inquiry Into Use of Emergencies Act
As the federal government calls a public inquiry into the use of the Emergency Act, a diverse coalition ...
April 25, 2022
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Excess mortality rates among younger Canadians rose as the COVID-19 pandemic wore on, which may have been the ...
April 18, 2022
Unvaccinated Richmond City Workers Awarded Back Pay in Rare Canadian Legal Decision
Nearly 40 City of Richmond workers in B.C. who were put on unpaid leave for not providing proof ...
April 15, 2022
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March 19, 2022
‘Mental Health Crisis’: Psychologist Group Urged Ending BC’s Vaccine Mandate for Regulated Health Workers
Just prior to B.C. scrapping plans to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for all regulated health professionals, a group of ...
March 15, 2022
Lockdown Debate Was Skewed Because Skeptical Scientists Had Less ‘Twitter Firepower’: Study
Scientists opposed to COVID-19 lockdowns were viewed as "fringe" partly because those calling for draconian restrictions had more ...
March 10, 2022
Convoy Organizer Lich Remains Behind Bars as Defence Says Bail Judge’s Past Ties to Liberals Ground for Reversal
Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich remains behind bars until at least March 7, marking 19 days in custody, ...
March 2, 2022
Ottawa Lawyer Says Convoy Protest Donors May Have Accounts Frozen, Despite RCMP’s Claims Otherwise
Despite the RCMP saying that information on donors to the Freedom Convoy protest is not being forwarded to ...
February 23, 2022
Freedom Convoy Organizers Chris Barber and Tamara Lich Arrested in Ottawa
Chris Barber and Tamara Lich, two lead organizers of the Freedom Convoy protest, have been arrested in Ottawa, ...
February 17, 2022
Ottawa’s Power to Freeze Protesters’ Bank Accounts Under Emergencies Act Sets Dangerous Precedent: Critics
The Canadian government's move to use broad new financial powers to quash the trucker protests is being called ...
February 16, 2022
BC Gym Continues to Operate Despite COVID Closure Order
The owners of a West Kelowna, B.C. gym say they will continue to defy a closure order for ...
February 16, 2022
Canadian Democracy Weakened Amid Pandemic: Report
The state of democracy in Canada has declined compared to the past, pushing it out of the top ...
February 15, 2022
Vancouver Pharmacist Sues London Drugs Alleging Wrongful Dismissal Over COVID Vaccine Mandate
A Vancouver pharmacist who had worked at London Drugs for 16 years is suing her former employer, alleging ...
February 12, 2022
BC Events Industry Urges Province to Reopen After Being Denied Government Help
Struggling wedding and event companies say British Columbia's current COVID-19 rules don't add up, and are calling on ...
February 11, 2022
Canadians ‘Deliberately Misled’ by Government, Media on Diversity of Truck Protest, Professor Says
Canadians are being deliberately misled by the Trudeau government and many media on the large diversity of supporters ...
February 7, 2022
Truck Convoy to Stay in Ottawa Until Demands Met, Organizers Say
Some organizers for Freedom Convoy 2022 say they won't leave Ottawa until their demands are met, while denouncing ...
January 28, 2022
Teacher Who Questioned Age-Appropriateness of Some Gender-Transition Books in Schools Has Legitimate Concerns: Trustee
An Ontario school board member is calling out the board’s chair for engaging in “moral panic” by shutting ...
January 28, 2022
BC Doctor Refuses to Treat Unvaccinated Children
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January 27, 2022
Massive Trucker Convoy Raises Over $3M to Fuel Vaccine Mandate Protest Heading to Ottawa
VANCOUVER—A massive group of truckers are rolling across the country to camp in Canada's capital until a federal ...
January 22, 2022
Critics Say BC’s Self-ID Gender Policy Opens Door to Abuse
VANCOUVER—While some activists laud B.C.’s move to ease the process of changing gender markers on provincial identification cards, ...
January 21, 2022
Single-Use Plastics Bans May Lead to Unintended Environmental Consequences, Experts Say
VANCOUVER—A local business owner's frustrations with Vancouver's new single-use plastic ban highlights some experts' concerns that the well-intended ...
January 20, 2022
Genetically Modified Fish to Hit Store Shelves in US End of Next Year
GM opponents are warning that not only do the fish pose environmental risks, but it won’t be labeled ...
April 9, 2019
Do More to Bring Canadians Who Joined ISIS to Justice, Experts Tell Feds
With the collapse of the ISIS terrorist group in Syria and Iraq, human rights and security experts say ...
December 6, 2018
Keystone XL Decision a ‘Body Blow’ to Canada‘s Oil Sector, Says Energy Expert
With a federal judge in Montana delivering another legal blow to TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline last week, industry ...
November 15, 2018
‘Discovery Math’: Experts Are Watching Ontario’s Changes
Education experts say the math curriculum across Canada needs urgent changes in order to boost slumping test scores, ...
November 1, 2018
Ford, Moe Vow to Keep up Legal Fight Despite Promise of Carbon Tax Rebates
The Trudeau government is taking on the four provinces that have resisted its federal carbon pricing plan by ...
October 25, 2018
Yes, Marijuana Can Be Addictive
The business world is salivating at the potential $22.6 billion recreational marijuana market in Canada, with more new ...
September 5, 2018
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