Updated 4:30 pm September 19th , 2014

BRIAN LILLEY - Pay more for CBC?!

BRIAN LILLEY

Pay more for CBC?!

7:22 am, September 19th, 2014

Be warned -- CBC wants to dip into your wallet to make you pay more.

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Time to confront terrorist threat, Baird tells UN Security Council

Time to confront terrorist threat, Baird tells UN Security Council

5:40 pm, September 19th, 2014

It’s time to show ISIS terrorists “they are more vulnerable than they realize,” John Baird told the UN.

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Russian bombers knock on Canada's Arctic doorstep

Russian bombers knock on Canada's Arctic doorstep

7:54 pm, September 19th, 2014

Russian bombers paid Canada a visit hours after Ukraine's president spoke to the House of Commons in Ottawa.

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Alberta’s new health minister lays out his vision

Alberta’s new health minister lays out his vision

7:23 pm, September 19th, 2014

Why is health care taking so long and what are the problems?

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Dershowitz pens new book
Noted US legal scholar Alan Dershowitz has published a new book: Terror Tunnels.

"New Brunswick could be a Saskatchewan"
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is supporting David Alward's push for fracking in New Brunswick.

No boots on the ground in Iraq
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has said that America can't beat ISIS with boots on the ground.

Ottawa terrorist plot
Convicted terrorist Hiva Alizadeh has plead guilty to trying to bomb Ottawa in the name of radical Islam.

   
 

No boots on the ground in Iraq

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has said that America can't beat ISIS with boots on the ground.


Banning toy guns

Atlantic City, New Jersey has banned the sale of any toy guns.


Trudeau snubs Sun News

Justin Trudeau has completely refused to answer a question about national security and terrorism.


Dershowitz pens new book

Noted US legal scholar Alan Dershowitz has published a new book: Terror Tunnels.


Ottawa terrorist plot

Convicted terrorist Hiva Alizadeh has plead guilty to trying to bomb Ottawa in the name of radical Islam.


Bureaucrats have hijacked the Order of Canada

What used to be a noted award for serving Canada has now become a biased gift to leftists.


New Brunswick's political history

New Brunswick doesn't have a natural governing party. It has two: The Liberals and Conservatives, who take turns.


Damian Clairmont's mother speaks out

For Chris Boudreau, thoughts of how things could have ended differently for her son continue to haunt her.

Video of the day

Justin Trudeau runs from questions, repeatedly

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne continued her tour of the province's north Friday with a royal guest.