Diane Francis: Canada's biggest mistake was not building a cross-country oil pipeline — and the Line 5 standoff proves it
Resurrect Energy East and the calamitous possibility of stopping the flow of more than 500,000 barrels a day would never happen again
Alberta NDP would likely form majority if election held today, new poll suggests
Americanuck Radio - Guest: Benjamin Eble
Crown and Anchor Pub in Alberta suffers violence during struggle to stay open
The Crown and Anchor Pub is a meeting place for local veterans. The North Edmonton bar serves as something of a community centre for people looking to get out of the house, have a pint, tell some stories and have a little bit of human interaction.
Unfortunately, the Crown and Anchor has ended up in the middle of two warring factions of the pandemic lockdown: the “pro locker-downers” and the “open everything up, or else” tribes.
Canada Is Not A Serious Country
Alberta surgeon to Jason Kenney: Advice on a balanced approach to COVID-19
Dr. Dennis Modry wants the government to know there is another way to deal with the pandemic. The problem is, he can't get the government to return his calls!...
ANDERSON: Albertans must stand against Kenney’s third lockdown
“Those rights are not just “nice to have” – they are fundamental freedoms that we have been stripped of.” – Rob Anderson
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New definition of hate to be included in Liberal bill that might also revive contentious hate speech law
Federal legislation expected to be tabled within weeks will see a new statutory definition of hate and could also see the reincarnation of a controversial hate speech law.
The new definition, part of legislation aimed at tackling online hate content, will be based on previous court decisions and how the Supreme Court has defined hate, said Arif Virani, parliamentary secretary to Justice Minister David Lametti.
But the government has also not ruled out introducing a form of a controversial hate speech law that was widely criticized over free speech rights. The law, Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, was repealed in 2013 after critics said it amounted to censorship...
BREAKING: Rebel News reporters arrested in Montreal, AirBnB raided by police
Comment: This is not good. Totally against the freedom of the press. I guess freedom of the press only applies to those networks that take govt handouts and are told what to publish by Trudeau.