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Saskatoon Bomb Expolosion Rocks Downtown “Low End Of IED Specrum”

Police and emergency crews were called to the Saskatoon provincial courthouse at 11 PM Wednesday night when a bomb exploded inside the courthouse. No one was injured in the explosion said police but there was minor damage to the inside of the building.  https://twitter.com/msandreahill/status/847439851305619457 Police say the bomb wasn’t linked… Keep Reading

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Canadian Photographer Posts Explicit Images Online

It seems that despite Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s efforts on offering women freedom of expression and certain rights, people in Canada themselves are not too keen to follow in his footsteps. Well, why would they when PM Trudeau’s promises have fallen short. A man named Ren Bostelaar is apologizing on… Keep Reading

Canada/Crime

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Launches Investigation into Canada’s Financial Institutions

In Ottawa, The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is investigating Canada’s financial institutions for their business practices. There have been allegations that some banks are ‘tricking’ or pressuring their customers into buying various products and services. FCAC is an independent agency of the government and is responsible for consumer… Keep Reading

Canada/Crime

NEW: Liberal Party Fundraising Under Investigation

The Liberals in British Columbia, which is the governing party is under investigation for certain alleged fundraising practices after reports of malpractice surfaced. According to reports, certain lobbyists have been illegally funneling money to the party on a routine basis, on behalf of corporate interests. The deputy chief electoral, Nola… Keep Reading

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Thanks to Trudeau, this terrorist is now a Canadian citizen

Justin Trudeau won’t deport convicted terrorists, Zakaria Amara is a convicted terrorist serving a life sentence and will remain a Canadian citizen even though he plotted to kill many thousands on local Canadian soil thanks to a new bill passed through senate that the Trudeau government pushed. From TS: In the case… Keep Reading

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