For years, liberals pushed for lower mobile phone and Internet rates. Now they have dropped it. What changed?

Canadian telecommunications prices are a reliable pocket issue for politicians, one that is almost guaranteed to feature in every federal election campaign. This year, the NDP has pledged to impose caps on internet and wireless bills to bring Canadian prices in line with international averages, doubling down on a promise from its 2019 campaign. Conservatives […]

Warrant Issued Against Nanaimo, BC Man Facing Voyeurism and Child Pornography Charges | The Canadian News

An arrest warrant has been issued for a man from Nanaimo, BC, facing charges of voyeurism and child pornography. RCMP said it received reports of “several incidents of alleged voyeurism” at a Nanaimo residence in August 2019. 1:08Former Burnaby hockey coach faces child pornography charges Former Burnaby Hockey Coach Faces Child Pornography Charges – September […]

Asking to Show “Two Perspectives” on Macdonald’s Legacy Stirs Kingston Council – Kingston | The Canadian News

An amendment to include indigenous and non-indigenous perspectives separately when presenting Sir John A. Macdonald’s legacy in Kingston, Ontario, drew strong reactions from local councilors Tuesday night. Coun. Peter Stroud called it “the worst amendment (he had) seen”. “I could not voice my opposition to this stronger amendment,” he said. Read more: Sir John A. […]

Supreme Court will resume oral arguments in October

POLITICS. The decision was announced this Wednesday / EFE This Wednesday, the Supreme Court announced the resumption of oral and in-person arguments for next October; however, he clarified that the court will remain closed to the public until further notice. The context: For those who cannot attend the procedure, the process will be held through […]

Haldimand-Norfolk Board of Health Seeks Options to Reverse Appointment of Medical Officer – Hamilton | The Canadian News

The Haldimand-Norfolk (BOH) board of health is looking to meet with a legal team next week to discuss options amid ongoing concern over the recent hiring of an interim medical health officer in the region. During a heated session Tuesday night, part of it behind closed doors, councilors discussed recent allegations by various residents and […]

Royal Ontario Museum Immortalizes Face Masks

A new exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum displays dozens of masks from around the world, testament to human ingenuity in the face of the crisis. The pandemic brought an unnerving sense of living history as it unfolded, and now we have a museum exhibit to prove it. The Royal Ontario Museum is mounting a […]

NoComment: General Lee statue unbolted in Virginia

After several years of tensions focused on the slavery past of the United States, the most important monument denounced as a racist symbol in the country was debunked Wednesday in Virginia: the gigantic statue of the General Lee, the former commander of the Southerners. Having sat enthroned for over 130 years on its 12-meter-high pedestal, […]

Taliban whip Afghan women protesting against them

The Taliban fighters used whips and sticks to beat a group of protesting women in Kabul, for being against the newly appointed interim government. The last: The videos received by CNN show the women chanting “Long live the women of Afghanistan.” Others held banners with the image of a pregnant police officer who was killed […]

Guinea: ECOWAS suspends the country from its decision-making bodies in response to the coup

The leaders of the member states of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) decided on Wednesday (September 8th) to suspend Guinea from the organization’s decision-making bodies, a minister participating in the summit said. who kept a distance. ECOWAS “Has decided to suspend Guinea from all its decision-making bodies, and asks that these decisions […]