Tuesday, October 21, 2014 04:25 AM
Oye! News from Canada
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has recently mentioned during the Commons question period that the unconfirmed reports of a possible terror attack on two Canadian soldiers in Quebec are “extremely troubling.” The premier was inquired about the situation by Prince Albert MP, Randy Hoback, about
Almost a week before the city’s municipal election campaign ends, mayoral candidate Olivia Chow announced to fight for renters’ rights on Monday, saying that if elected mayor she will ramp up inspections of private rental buildings. Chow made the announcement while standing in front of a
The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a 14-year-old male, Tyrus Mann. Mann last had contact with his guardians in late September of 2014.
Mann is described as: Aboriginal, 5’6” tall, approximately 190 pounds with a large build, short black
The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a 15-year-old female, Pauline Crane. Crane was last seen in the area of East Elmwood at 9:15pm on Sunday, October, 19, 2014.
Crane is described as: Aboriginal, 5’3” tall with long straight black hair. She
Criticizing the Liberal Ontario government, Progressive Conservatives mentioned on Monday that the $309 million bailout of the mostly vacant MaRS office tower is turning out like the infamous gas plants scandal since the Liberal government is refusing to release documents.
Deputy chief of staff of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Jennie Byrne, mentioned during her testimony at the Luka Magnotta murder trial on Monday that she was quarantined after receiving a smelly package in May 2012. According to Byrne, she immediately called 911 after receiving a "soft" and
An unparalleled class action lawsuit has been filed against the Canadian Hockey League and its teams, which claims that both “conspired” to force young players into signing contracts that breach minimum wage laws. The lawsuit directly targets the economic foundations of junior hockey in Canada.
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