A Court of King’s Bench judge in Estevan, Sask., has sentenced former Canadian Nationalist Party leader Travis Patron to one year in jail for willfully promoting hatred against Jewish people. Continue reading “Former Canadian Nationalist Party leader Travis Patron sentenced to 1 year for promoting hatred against Jews”
CHESTER TOWNSHIP, Ohio — A pursuit and ongoing police situation in Clinton County has shut down two highways and prompted an area lockdown Thursday. It all started after a potential threat was made at a FBI building in Cincinnati.
According to FBI Cincinnati, it started around 9 a.m. when a person showed up to the office in Kenwood and attempted to breach the visitor screening facility. Continue reading “Armed subject attempting to breach Cincinnati FBI office leads to pursuit, police situation”
When Karen Wai King Lew told a B.C. judge that her mortgage debt had been completely forgiven, she invoked a two-decade-old conspiracy theory about a “new world order” that has recently resurfaced. Continue reading “Conspiracy theory about ‘new world order’ won’t save Vancouver home from foreclosure, judge rules”
Canada is to ban imports of handguns – part of a move that could see a total freeze on their purchase and sale.
The temporary ban – starting on 19 August – will be enforced until parliament passes strict new rules.
The federal government is proposing $1,337 in compensation for turning in an AR-15 rifle under a mandatory buyback program.
Public Safety Canada has released a price list detailing how much money owners of banned firearms can expect to get under the program. Continue reading “Ottawa offers $1,337 apiece for AR-15 rifles under mandatory buyback program”
The homeowner was alerted there were trespassers on his property by motion detectors outside his front door. A live video feed from his doorbell camera showed three armed men wearing tactical vests, t-shirts and jeans. Two appeared to be ATF agents. The third was a Delaware State Police trooper. None wore body cameras. Continue reading “ATF conducts surprise firearm inspection at man’s home without search warrant”
ELBERTON, Ga. — An investigation is underway at the mysterious Georgia Guidestones site after pictures show what appears to be rubble at the site and residents reported hearing a “boom.” Continue reading “Pictures shows what appears to be rubble at Georgia Guidestones”
Interim sheriff Patti Cole-Tindall described her department as a “paramilitary organization” one week before her council hearing and confirmation vote to be sworn in as King County Sheriff. Continue reading “Newly appointed King County Sheriff calls her department a ‘paramilitary organization’”
The Toronto Zoo has begun vaccinating some of its animals that are most susceptible to contracting COVID-19.
The zoo says that it has received 320 doses of the Zoetis vaccine, which has been developed specifically for use in animals. Continue reading “Toronto Zoo begins vaccinating some of its animals against COVID-19”
The long arm of Canadian law could extend way out onto the lunar surface as the government seeks to put Canadian astronauts on notice that if they commit crimes on the moon, they’ll still face criminal charges.
The proposed amendment to the code that would include crimes committed on the moon can be found deep inside the 443-page Budget Implementation Act that was tabled Tuesday in the House of Commons. Continue reading “Crimes on the moon could soon be added to Canada’s Criminal Code”
Croatian Member of European (MEP) Parliament and former judge Mislav Kolakusic called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau out to his face in Brussels on Tuesday, savaging Trudeau over “civil rights violations” against Freedom Convoy protesters.
Speaking before the European Parliament, Kolakusic accused the prime minister of engaging in a “dictatorship of the worst kind” by using the Emergencies Act to crush peaceful demonstrations. Continue reading ““Dictatorship of the worst kind” – Trudeau lambasted by European parliamentarian”
Alberta RCMP have arrested 11 people after searching three trailers and finding weapons at a protest against pandemic restrictions near the main U.S. border crossing in southern Alberta.
Mounties said in a release Monday that they became aware of a small organized group within the larger protest at Coutts. Continue reading “Mounties seize guns and arrest 11 protesters at border blockade in Alberta”
Savage Arms, a firearm manufacturer just north of Peterborough, Ont., says a weekend theft of more than 2,000 firearms in the city involves its products.
In an email to Global News Peterborough sent around 10:30 a.m. Monday, Savage Arms president/CEO Al Kasper says the theft of a truck carrying firearms early Sunday involved a shipping partner of the company based in Lakefield, the village located about 15 kilometres north of the city. Continue reading “Savage Arms say theft of 2,000 firearms involved shipping partner in Peterborough”
A private blood-testing company’s claim that the COVID-19 “pandemic is over” in a northern Alberta community could lull residents into a false sense of security, says an infectious diseases expert.
More than 1,200 people in the hamlet of La Crete, 700 kilometres northwest of Edmonton, paid $100 each in mid-December to have their blood tested for antibodies by Ichor Blood Services, a private lab specimen collection company based in Calgary. Continue reading “Health expert urges caution after blood-testing firm claims ‘pandemic is over’ in Alberta hamlet”
With the Omicron-driven pandemic wave sweeping the country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians are growing more angry and frustrated with people who still refuse to get vaccinated.
Trudeau said that while most Canadians have stepped up to get their shots — putting Canada near the top of the list of countries with the highest vaccination rates — the unvaccinated remain a problem. Continue reading “Trudeau says Canadians are ‘angry’ and ‘frustrated’ with the unvaccinated”
The Soviet Union often claimed that dissidents had “mental issues” and would lock them up in asylums, keep them drugged, and eventually they would die.
In November, Dr. Melvin Bruchet and his friend, Dr. Daniel Nagase, filed criminal charges against elected and appointed Candian government officials in British Columbia over a possible conflict of interest regarding provincial lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and vaccine passports. The doctors exposed a severe spike in stillbirths at a Vancouver hospital. The women were injected with the experimental Covid “vaccine” in all cases. In December 2021, reminiscent of the Soviet Union’s treatment of dissidents, the Canadian government targeted Dr. Melvin Bruchet and unlawfully placed him in detention against his will. Continue reading “Soviet Canada: Doctor Locked in Psych Ward Who Exposed Stillbirth Explosion in ‘Vaccinated’ Moms”
Jeffrey Kotanko says he was planning to visit his 70-year-old brother Rodger on Nov. 3 and go fishing with him later that day.
The two brothers met almost every day for the past 14 years. They lived minutes away from one another in Norfolk County, deep in southern Ontario near Lake Erie. Continue reading “Renowned gunsmith killed in Toronto police raid. Family, experts want to know why”
(Bloomberg) — The U.S. is raising the alarm with European Union allies that Russia may be weighing a potential invasion of Ukraine as tensions flare between Moscow and the bloc over migrants and energy supplies.
With Washington closely monitoring a buildup of Russian forces near the Ukrainian border, U.S. officials have briefed EU counterparts on their concerns over a possible military operation, according to multiple people familiar with the matter. Continue reading “U.S. Warns Europe That Russia May Plan Ukraine Invasion”