Canadian Truckers Message to Trudeau, Resign and Remove All Mandates,
Run'in From Covid! Episode 3
No Safety Data? No Problem!
Now who's the "conspiracy theorist"?? Vaccination Passports "a mere certainty"
"Journalist" Calls For Someone He Doesn't Agree With To Be Jailed (MIRROR)
Elder Scrolls Online - Sabaton - Resist And Bite
PSYOP vs. Covid 1984: You Can't Say The People Have Spoken. You Can Say The People Have Felt. (Clip)
Cat Shows Who's Boss of the Beds
a Judge and Larry the mall cop

Related Headlines

Trudeau defends use of emergency powers to end trucker protest

The Hill 2022-11-26

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday defended his decision to invoke emergency powers to end an anti-vaccine mandate trucker protest that paralyzed Ottawa last winter. Trudeau was the final witness to testify before a public commission investigating the Canadian government’s use of the Emergencies Act, which grants it additional...

Entrapment is the tool of the Western intelligence matrix to criminalise Muslim communities

Middle East Monitor 2022-11-25

There are countless stereotypes and tropes found throughout popular culture, movie productions and social...

International Sanctions Seek to Weaken Haiti's Patronage System Between Politicians, Gangs - InSight Crime 2022-11-25

A raft of sanctions from the United States and Canada targeting senior Haitian politicians threatens to pull back the curtain on the country's long history of patronage between political parties and violent gangs. The government of Canada slapped economic sanctions on three Haitian politicians on November 19, full story "Our goal is...

Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland to testify on Freedom Convoy at Emergencies Act inquiry

Castanet 2022-11-24

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is next on the witness list at the public inquiry probing the federal government's decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in...

Trudeau elaborates on what Chinese 'interference' he discussed with Xi Jinping at G20

North Shore News 2022-11-23

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has offered his most detailed explanation yet about what kind of "interference" he brought up with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a meeting earlier this month....

Twitter turmoil fuels worry Elon Musk's free-speech vision means more social division

North Shore News 2022-11-23

WASHINGTON — For a platform that once only allowed sentences as long as this one, the teeter-totter fate of Twitter sure is consuming a lot of oxygen. And new owner Elon Musk is rapidly earning a reputation to rival that of Twitter's most infamous bomb-thrower: former president Donald Trump. "You just took the words right out of my mouth," said...

Canada announces multimillion-dollar package for Haiti

Jamaica Observer 2022-11-22

DJERBA, Tunisia (CMC) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is returning to Canada on Monday after attending the summit of French-speaking countries at which he announced that Ottawa is providing CAD$16.5 million to help stabilise Haiti. In response to the recent United Nations flash appeal to act on the humanitarian situation in Haiti, Canada is...

Crypto lender Genesis denies bankruptcy plans after FTX collapse

Al Jazeera 2022-11-22

Cryptocurrency lender Genesis has denied it is close to declaring bankruptcy, days after halting withdrawals in response to the collapse of crypto exchange FTX. Genesis said on Monday it has “no plans” to file for bankruptcy in the immediate future and would seek to resolve the situation “consensually”. “We have no plans to file bankruptcy...

Canada sanctions former president of Haiti, various ‘political elites’ in bid to weaken gang control - Jurist 2022-11-22

Canada Minister of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly Sunday announced additional sanctions on Haitian “political elites,” including Michel Joseph Martelly, who provide operational and financial support to armed gangs in Haiti. The sanctions impose dealings prohibitions on the listed persons and freeze any assets in Canada that full story...

S&P/TSX composite closes down four points, U.S. markets slip

Moosejaw Today 2022-11-21

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index barely slipped Monday, while markets in the U.S., especially the Nasdaq, were down more as tech stocks fell. The...

Trudeau announces appointment of three more senators to represent Ontario

Moosejaw Today 2022-11-21

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced the appointment of three new senators to represent Ontario, bringing vacancies in the Senate down to a dozen. Rear-Admiral Rebecca...

Ukrainian refugees embrace peace and quiet in Canada as war rages on

North Shore News 2022-11-21

OTTAWA — Inna Fomina is keeping a watchful eye on her one-year-old son Adrian as he plays in peaceful contentment on a carpet at an improvised space in western Ottawa. Less than two months after mother and son arrived in Canada after the war in Ukraine forced them to flee, she's been savouring the peace and quiet of her new home. Fomina is visiting...

An obscure clause in Canada’s charter sparks furious debates over rights

The Observer 2022-11-20

At the height of a bitter pay dispute with Ontario education workers earlier this month, the provincial premier, Doug Ford, passed a law that barred employees from striking and imposed a multi-year contract on them – breaching their constitutional rights. Amid mounting public backlash and the prospect of a general strike, Ford quickly retreated,...

Canadian Doctor: 62% of Patients Vaccinated for COVID Have Permanent Heart Damage - Bitchute 2022-11-19

In this explosive interview of Dr. Charles Hoffe on the Laura Lynn show, Dr. Hoffe explains how he has tested his patients who have received the COVID-19 shots and that 62% of them show blood clotting and permanent damage as a result. "The worst is yet to come" for these patients, he claims....

S&P/TSX composite up almost 100 points, U.S. markets also up

Moosejaw Today 2022-11-18

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index gained almost 100 points Friday, boosted by strength in industrials and telecom, while U.S. markets were also up. The...

NATO holding armoured-gun competition in Latvia to test abilities of tank units

Moosejaw Today 2022-11-18

RIGA, Latvia — Although tanks have shown their limits in the war in Ukraine, they remain the centrepiece of the battlefield, Capt. Antonio Cornacchi of the Italian armed forces told The Canadian Press Thursday. Cornacchi is in charge of the armoured-gunnery competition involving troops from 13 NATO countries — including Canada — that is taking...

Anti-Western and hyper macho, Putin’s appeal in Southeast Asia

Al Jazeera 2022-11-18

While the West has united in condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, opinions differ markedly in parts of the developing world where Russia is not reviled but revered for what some see as its stance against the West and its hypocrisies. In Southeast Asia, a region dominated for decades by “strongman” political leaders and where nostalgia for...

S&P/TSX composite down almost 75 points, U.S. markets also slip

Moosejaw Today 2022-11-17

TORONTO — Markets in the U.S. and Canada slipped for a second day in a row, with losses in energy, information technology, utilities and metals leading Canada's main...

Most Viewed

photo: AP / Athit Perawongmetha
Chinese President Xi Jinping signs a guestbook during a meeting with Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, APEC summit, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, in Bangkok, Thailand

Xi tells Kim China willing to work with N Korea for 'world peace'

The News International 2022-11-26
photo: AP / Andy Wong
A man wearing a face mask helps a child to get her routine COVID-19 throat swab at a coronavirus testing site in Beijing, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022

Huge Covid protests erupt in China's Xinjiang after deadly fire

RTE 2022-11-26
photo: Public Domain / Public Domain
A CH-53E super stallion crew chief assigned to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 "Pegasus," brandishes a coyote American flag patch on his uniform during a flight around Oahu, Hawaii, Sept. 23, 2014

Wagner founder says ex-US Marine general working for Russian mercenary group

South China Morning Post 2022-11-26
photo: European Community / Cristof Echard
A nurse filling a syringue with the influenza vaccine at Air France's international vaccination centre

Covid-19 Shots Will Kill Billions by Dr. David Martin and Seth Holehouse - Bitchute 2022-11-25
photo: Public Domain
Vice President Harris at a Philippine Coast Guard patrol ship docked in Puerto Princesa City, Philippines

China’s response to US VP’s Philippines trip not a sign of compromise, analysts say

South China Morning Post 2022-11-26
photo: AP / Darren Abate
Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James, right, fouls San Antonio Spurs' Tre Jones, left, as San Antonio's Keldon Johnson watches during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022, in San Antonio

James returns as Lakers beat struggling Spurs

BBC News 2022-11-26
photo: US Army / Spc. DeAndre Pierce
US Soldiers in the 4th Battalion for support to Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF-OIR) eastern Syria

Pentagon condemns rocket attack near US base in Syria

The Hill 2022-11-26
photo: AP / Moises Castillo
Free Party presidential candidate Xiomara Castro acknowledges her supporters after general elections, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021

Honduras president declares state of emergency over gang crime

The Los Angeles Times 2022-11-26
photo: WN / RTayco
Banchan side dishes at a Korean restaurant. Taken on September 2021.

Event explores sensory cues and food

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 2022-11-26
photo: AP / Alexander Shcherbak, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP
Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with mothers of military personnel serving in the special military operation ahead of Mother's Day at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Russia, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022.

Putin tells mothers of Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine: ‘We share your pain’

Irish Independent 2022-11-25
photo: AP / Bruna Prado
Police from the Dog Action Battalion patrol the Complexo da Mare favela during an operation targeting drug gangs in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Sept. 26, 2022

Three killed, 11 wounded in Brazil twin school shootings

Al Jazeera 2022-11-26
photo: AP / Jerome Delay
A Somali woman and child wait to be given a spot to settle at a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Dollow, Somalia on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022. Somalia has long known droughts, but the climate shocks are now coming more frequently, leaving less room to recover and prepare for the next.

Rich nations have promised to pay for the climate crisis – but will they?

The Guardian 2022-11-26