Updated 9:21 am October 20th , 2014

PHOTOS - Police shoot armed suspect who ran down soldiers in Quebec; PM monitoring 'possible terror attack'

PHOTOS

Police shoot armed suspect who ran down soldiers in Quebec; PM monitoring 'possible terror attack'

Updated 5:32 pm, October 20th, 2014

1:17 pm, October 20th, 2014

Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he'll monitor what one of his MPs called a "possible terror attack" near Montreal.

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J.J. McCULLOUGH - Jean Chretien's incoherent defence of Trudeau's Iraq non-policy

J.J. McCULLOUGH

Jean Chretien's incoherent defence of Trudeau's Iraq non-policy

9:12 am, October 20th, 2014

This is the man, after all, who sent the Canadian army to Afghanistan three weeks after 9/11 and kept them there.

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Canada Post begins phasing out door-to-door delivery amid protests, court challenge

Canada Post begins phasing out door-to-door delivery amid protests, court challenge

11:47 am, October 20th, 2014

10 communities across the country are making the switch from door-to-door mail delivery to community mailboxes.

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EZRA LEVANT - Media consortium takes on Tories

EZRA LEVANT

Media consortium takes on Tories

7:24 am, October 20th, 2014

When I coined the phrase "the Media Party," I didn't mean that the liberal groupthink in the media is a conspiracy.

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Media violating Sec. 45 of the Competition Act
The Media Party’s ban on using news footage for political attack ads looks like it might violate another Canadian law.

Battle for Kentucky
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is helping push another Republican Senate candidate to the finish line.

Niqab ban during citizenship ceremony being challenged
An Ontario woman is challenging a policy that forbids the wearing of face-covering veils during the oath of Canadian citizenship.

Trudeau and his memoirs
Justin Trudeau has just published his memoirs, but some are speculating that the book is a bid to help him in the 2015 election.

   
 

Trudeau and his memoirs

Justin Trudeau has just published his memoirs, but some are speculating that the book is a bid to help him in the 2015 election.


Wrapping up the Synod

A Cardinal lied. The Church reversed a progressive position on homosexuality. Is the Pope too caught up in behind-the-scenes politics?


The dangerous dogma of Islam

A Pakistani Christian woman has been sentenced to hang for the crime of blasphemy.


More women in the RCMP?

The RCMP has used the 40th anniversay of swearing in its first female officer to target more female recruits.


Opposition builds against Occupy Central

Tension is building in the fourth week of the Hong Kong protests. What will come from the demonstrations?


Can Trudeau woo the middle class with a tax hike?

Justin Trudeau pledged to reverse tax breaks introduced by the Tories if he wins in 2015.


Canadian space robot helping to save cancer patients on Earth

You can say that this Robot is lending a hand, or a whole arm to helping breast cancer patients.


Ebola: Global Hot Zone

It's the deadliest outbreak - of one of the world's most lethal viruses - in human history.

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Trudeau in Chatelaine magazine

We take a look at one of the most callow, fawning pieces ever written about Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau.