Category: News

  • 'Crisis point': B.C. activists call for anti-crime strategy to deal with escalating violence, theft

    Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canada Members of Save Our Streets argued that there is a crime wave sweeping B.C., with thefts increasing and staff having to wear stab-proof vests Published Oct 30, 2023  •  3 minute read Tanya Finley, a bar owner in the town of Nelson, nestled in the Kootenay Region, said that government…

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  • Data on education and wages don't show systemic racism in Canada: study

    Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canada Data show that many visible minorities actually out-perform white Canadians on many metrics Published Oct 30, 2023  •  4 minute read Article content An analysis of educational attainment and economic outcomes shows limited evidence of broad systemic racism in Canadian society, despite what anti-racism activists and the mandate letters from Prime Minister Justin…

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  • Federal Court strikes down challenge to 2020 ban on 'assault' firearms

    Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canadian Politics Canada The 2020 directive instantly reclassified around 1,500 popular firearms to prohibited status Published Oct 30, 2023  •  Last updated 6 hours ago  •  4 minute read Estimates by the Parliamentary Budget Officer said compensating owners for their confiscated firearms as part of a buy-back program could cost as much…

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  • John Ivison: The carbon tax is collapsing and could take Trudeau down with it

    Breadcrumb Trail Links NP Comment Canadian Politics The social movements for which this government has been the expression are turning against it. It seems impossible that it can stagger on for another two years Get the latest from John Ivison straight to your inbox Sign Up Published Oct 30, 2023  •  Last updated 1 hour ago…

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  • Sophie Grégoire Trudeau back on the speakers' circuit after eight years

    Breadcrumb Trail Links News Culture Celebrity Canadian Politics Canada Books ‘Former de facto first lady of Canada’ is being represented by two firms on either side of the border Published Oct 30, 2023  •  3 minute read Sophie Grégoire Trudeau’s photo from the websites for Keppler and Speakers Spotlight. Photo by Keppler / Speakers Spotlight…

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  • How Israel trains introverted ‘weasels’ to crack down on Hamas’s tunnels

    Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Israel & Middle East ‘I have been in the tunnels, and once you go down you very quickly lose all sense of direction and all sense of time’ Published Oct 30, 2023  •  4 minute read A Palestinian man walks from the Egyptian side of the border in a repaired…

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  • Hamas has been building tunnels for years. Now Israel hopes to destroy this underground city

    Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Israel & Middle East The ‘metro,’ as some call it, is vast. But as one source says: ‘If you dig a tunnel, once you enter it, you can only move in one direction. The route is set’ Published Oct 30, 2023  •  3 minute read A Palestinian worker speaks to…

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  • German-Israeli woman kidnapped by Hamas is dead, family says

    Article content A German-Israeli woman who was believed to have been abducted to the Gaza Strip during Hamas’s murderous attack on the western Negev has been declared dead, her family said on Monday. Shani Louk, 22, was kidnapped during the Islamic terrorists’ Oct. 7 assault on a music festival near Kibbutz Re’im and displayed, half-naked, on…

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  • FIRST READING: The Harper law that would have stopped all these pro-Hamas rallies

    Breadcrumb Trail Links NP Comment News Israel & Middle East Until it was reversed by the Liberals, the ‘glorification of terror’ was briefly a criminal offence in Canada Published Oct 30, 2023  •  Last updated 33 minutes ago  •  8 minute read An Oct. 29 rally in Ottawa. Photo by Ashley Fraser/Postmedia Article content First Reading…

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  • Caregiver saves 95-year-old from Hamas terrorist with bribe

    Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Israel & Middle East ‘Hello, sir,’ she said to him in Hebrew in the darkened secured room where she and her 95-year-old employer had been hiding for hours Published Oct 29, 2023  •  5 minute read Caregiver Camille Jesalva, 31, with Nitza Hefetz, 95, in Israel. Photo by Handout Article…

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