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Eyewitness Says Man Used Narwhal Tusk To Confront London Bridge Terrorist

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Euronews A man took a 1.5-metre narwhal tusk – a horn protruding from the whale – off the wall at Fishmongers’ Hall to confront the London Bridge stabbing suspect, an eyewitness has claimed. On Friday night, film director Amy Coop wrote on Twitter that she saw a man take the tusk off the wall at Read More…

Breaking News

Five Alarm Warning – Another Fire Truck Stolen In Winnipeg And Taken For A Dangerous Joy Ride Throughout The City

Reading Time: 2 minutes The crime wave & meth crisis continues in Winnipeg. In a brazen affront to the firefighters and citizens of Winnipeg, a fire truck was stolen, driven at high speeds throughout the city and into a busy downtown. Over a dozen police vehicles chased the stolen fire truck on early Friday afternoon. The truck was stolen Read More…

Breaking News

MPs Fast & Harder Excluded From Conservative Shadow Cabinet: Scheer Now Facing More Attacks.

Reading Time: 2 minutes The turmoil within the federal Conservative party continues. Today, the Conservative Member of Parliament Ed Fast dealt another blow to the leadership of Andrew Scheer. Fast said he turned down an offer to be a shadow cabinet minister under his leadership. Fast was a former trade minister under contentious Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Earlier this Read More…

World News

A Leg, A Limb, A Life. 60 Million People Endangered By Landmines

Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘Under the Norwegian presidency, the new and ambitious Oslo Action Plan is being adopted to step up action against landmines. The Action Plan is an important step towards the goal of a mine-free world by 2025,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide. This week, Norway is hosting the Oslo Review Conference of the Mine Ban Read More…

Breaking News

Popular Youth App Tik Tok Censors Users On Orders From Chinese Government

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Chinese owned social media company TikTok removed a video of 17-year-old Feroza Aziz which was criticizing the Chinese government’s treatment of the Uighurs. The Uighurs are an Indigenous Muslim ethnic minority in the Northwestern part of China. Over 1 million Uighurs have been placed into concentration camps as reported by international media using information Read More…

World News Caribbean

Child Labourers Needed, Must Be Atleast Five Years Old For Employment

Reading Time: 3 minutes With over 152 million reported cases of child labour worldwide, Minister of Social Protection, Hon. Amna Ally today said no country can achieve or sustain prosperity on the backs of children. Guyana, the minister said, is keenly working towards the elimination of child labour by 2025; an objective of the National Action Plan’s National Child Read More…

U.S.A

What Impeachment Is, And Isn’t?

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Richard Brody America’s Founding Fathers, probably never perceived of, anything occurring, such as what we have witnessed, these past 3 years. Their true fears, which they hoped to protect this nation against, was having a President, who behaved like the King, they were abandoning, and separating from. For that reason, they decided, it was necessary, Read More…

World News

UK Signs £1bn Trade Deal With Central America

Reading Time: 5 minutes The UK government has signed a trade and political continuity agreement with Central America. Trade between the UK and Central America was worth The UK government has signed a trade and political continuity agreement with Central America. Trade between the UK and Central America was worth £1bn in 2018. Agreement ensures British businesses and consumers Read More…

Indigenous Breaking News Op-Ed

134 Anniversary Of The Largest Mass Execution Of Indigenous People In Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes Battleford – 134 years ago today, the largest mass execution in Canadian history took place at Fort Battleford, in Saskatchewan. Warriors, who had fought alongside Louis Riel from the Cree Nation were executed for demanding that their collective and individual Human Rights be respected. The hanging were an aftermath of the 2nd Metis War in Read More…

Eastern Canada

Superior Court Rules In Favour Of Ousted Councillor Karygiannis

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Superior Court of Justice today granted Jim Karygiannis relief from forfeiture of his seat as a Councillor for Ward 22. Karygiannis’ audited financial statements showed he spent $32,083.50 on his election campaign and under the Municipal Elections Act, candidates can only spend 10% of the permitted amount on expenditures. Mr. Karygiannis has stated the Read More…

World News

British Embassy Enacts Charter To Protect Citizens Visting Tunisia

Reading Time: 2 minutes Today the British Embassy in Tunisia announced a UK/Tunisia Sustainable Tourism Charter in Hammamet, one of the most popular tourism resorts for British visitors to Tunisia. The Charter has been developed in partnership with the Municipality of Hammamet, the Ministry of Tourism, ABTA, TUI, ANGED and the Federation of Tunisian Hoteliers. It was signed in Tunisia Read More…

Indigenous U.S.A

Trump Establishes Missing Or Murdered Native Americans And Native Alaskans Task Force

Reading Time: < 1 minute White House – President Donald Trump in a surprisingly progressive move signed an executive order Tuesday, November 26, creating a task force to investigate the unsolved cases of missing or murdered Native Americans and Native Alaskans. #MMNANA  Trump said “The statistics are sobering and heartbreaking … more than 5,000 Native American women and girls were Read More…

Breaking News

Malta: High-Level Officials Resign As Police Probe Journalist’s Murder

Reading Time: 2 minutes By  Orlando Crowcroft  & ReutersEuronews A senior minister and the prime minister’s chief of staff resigned while another minister suspended himself from duty in Malta amidst a probe into the 2017 murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Chief of staff Keith Schembri and Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi resigned Tuesday, while economy minister Chris Cardona suspended himself until the Read More…

Breaking News

OK Boomer – OK Millennial – Can’t We Just Get Along?

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Julie Gorges  Have you heard or seen the two words that seem to be everywhere these days: “OK Boomer?” This catch phrase has gained traction quickly this fall on the Internet with memes, jokes, and merchandise featuring the “OK Boomer” logo. In fact, a number of trademark applications have been filed for its use – Read More…

U.S.A

5 Ramifications, When Populist Politics, Don’t Consider Consequences

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Richard Brody Whether, one is a supporter of the present occupant of the White House, or opposes his policies, rhetoric, and positions, most should be willing to agree, today’s populist programs, will, most probably, bring forth, significant ramifications! For better, or worse, these last 3 years, should be thought of, as anything, but, normal! This Read More…

Atlantic Canada

Trudeau Talks National Pharmacare With Premier Ball

Reading Time: < 1 minute Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball to discuss shared priorities. The Prime Minister reaffirmed his commitment to continue working collaboratively with Premier Ball and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. He also thanked Premier Ball for his ongoing collaboration on a wide range of issues, including infrastructure, energy, and Read More…

World News

Pan-Democracy Party Wins 17 Out Of 18 Districts In Hong Kong Election

Reading Time: < 1 minute Echoes of anti-establishment of nearly two hundred days of street protests sent shock waves through the polling stations across Hong Kong on Sunday, as a Tsunami of voters rebuffed pro-Beijing candidates by casting ballots in support of the pan-democrats. Elections officials estimate 71% of eligible citizens voted for change which amounts to approximately 3 million Read More…

Breaking News

Bombers Win, A Welcome Distraction For Winnipeg, Canada’s Murder Capital

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hometown native, Andrew Harris of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, made the Hamilton Tiger-Cats look like pussy cats in the 107th playing of the Grey Cup. He became the first Canadian to capture Grey Cup MVP honours since quarterback Russ Jackson did it in 1969 and walked away with the Most Oustanding Canadian award. Harris dominated Read More…

Breaking News

CFL Flagged For Not Wanting Canadian Singers At Grey Cup Half-Time Show

Reading Time: < 1 minute At the 107th Grey Cup held Sunday in Calgary between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Keith Urban a New Zealand-Australian performed the half-time show. Urban is a singer, songwriter and record producer well known for his work in country music. He is also married to Nicole Kidman and well connected to the American entertainment industry.  Read More…