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Health Minister: China should be held accountable 'if' they were dishonest about coronavirus

Hajdu also suggested that the Chinese government should investigate themselves

Over 1000 gather in Toronto for anti-lockdown march

At least 1000 people marched through downtown Toronto as part of the latest “March for Freedom” from COVID-restrictions, chanting “No New Normal!” and “Healthy people don’t need masks!”

Trudeau fails to keep word on drinking water for Indigenous peoples

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be unable to keep his word on the pressing issue of fixing the dysfunctional water supply in many indigenous communities across the country.

WATCH: New Borat movie ROASTS Trudeau over blackface scandal

Sacha Baron Cohen took a dig at Justin Trudeau over his blackface incident in the new film, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.

Travel restrictions will cost half a million jobs this year alone: Statistics Canada

Statistics Canada just released some alarming data showing that the continued travel restrictions in place in Canada (among the strictest in the world), will cost the country approximately 550,000 jobs this year and $37B in lost productivity.

Canada rewriting Oath of Citizenship to recognize Indigenous peoples

Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said the change will make the Oath of Citizenship "more inclusive" and serves as “one more vital step toward reconciliation.”

Le Chateau to close its doors for good

A Quebec court will hear Le Chateau’s application under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act later today.

BREAKING: Man carves SWASTIKA into Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The Ottawa Police Service are searching for a suspect after a swastika was carved into the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario.

Trudeau Liberals give failing CBC-TV bailout in midst of pandemic

The Trudeau Liberals have crafted a new bailout for CBC-TV after the crown broadcaster posted massive advertising revenue losses.

Ontario court grants injunction against Six Nations land claim

A permanent injunction was granted on Thursday, prohibiting once and for all the presence of a land reclamation camp set up by the Six Nations in Caledonia, Ont.

Toronto doctor convicted of 21 counts of drugging and sexually assaulting patients to serve rest of sentence 'in community'

Doodnaught "fondled and kissed some of [his victims] while forcing others to perform fellatio or manually masturbate him,"

Conservative motion aims to probe pandemic response

It was revealed on Wednesday that the government had overpaid $100 million for the acquisition of ventilators from a company owned by a former Liberal Party MP.

Trudeau government still buying PPE from a Chinese government that commits 'genocide as well as crimes against humanity'

Canadians may have unintentionally supported slave labour in China through the purchasing of masks and pandemic supplies, The Department of Public Works admitted on July 24.

BREAKING: Canada to replace mandatory quarantine with rapid testing for travellers

Airlines have been pushing for rapid testing both prior to departure and after arrival in an effort to make international travel safer.

Ontario Police seized over $143 MILLION in illegal cannabis since July

Police additionally recovered 36 illegal firearms, over $76,000 in cash, and over $514,000 in criminal proceeds in connection with the drug busts.