Updated 8:19 pm January 30th , 2015

Nicholson: Troops returning fire against ISIS 'common sense'

Nicholson: Troops returning fire against ISIS 'common sense'

4:51 pm, January 29th, 2015

“If it walks like a duck, you know, talks like a duck, it’s a duck,” Dewar said.

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RICK BELL - Prentice's pay cuts signal unions and public should prepare for pain

RICK BELL

Prentice's pay cuts signal unions and public should prepare for pain

7:54 am, January 30th, 2015

Late Thursday and we scurry to our places to hear the surprise news.

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Ontario cops' act of generosity makes headlines around the world

Ontario cops' act of generosity makes headlines around the world

11:45 am, January 30th, 2015

Their generosity made international headlines.

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Transgender Manitobans can change ID without surgery

Transgender Manitobans can change ID without surgery

12:56 pm, January 30th, 2015

Starting Monday, Manitobans will be able to change their sex designation on birth registrations and certificates.

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Prentice announces a wage cut
Alberta’s Premier announces a cabinet wage cut - is he just pandering for votes ahead of calling an early election?

Mitt Romney rules out a third run
Two-time U.S. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has accepted the reality that his chances at the White House are non-existent.

Black on White violence in America
Black on white violence is prevalent in the U.S., but you wouldn't know it by listening to the mainstream media.

Church and State
Brampton City Council just eradicated the traditional Lord's Prayer from their meetings, residents aren't happy.

   
 

Prentice announces a wage cut

Alberta’s Premier announces a cabinet wage cut - is he just pandering for votes ahead of calling an early election?


Who is the new Saudi King?

Obama wants to maintain relations with the new Saudi King and ignore his troubling ties to Islamic extremists.


Obama visits India

President Obama makes a historic visit to India, Ezra looks to Gordon Chang to discuss the strategic repurcussions.


Church and State

Brampton City Council just eradicated the traditional Lord's Prayer from their meetings, residents aren't happy.


The Rumble

Tarek Fatah goes toe-to-toe with St. Catharine Standard Columnist Grant Lafleche on the big stories of the week.


Mitt Romney rules out a third run

Two-time U.S. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has accepted the reality that his chances at the White House are non-existent.


Shawn Rehn raised red flags

The man who sat on cop killer Shawn Rehn's 2006 parole board hearing says he was "very convinced that he was a danger."


Target Canada packing up shop

After just two short years in Canada, Target is closing all of its 133 locations.

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Canada's navy needs an upgrade

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