Updated 7:37 am November 28th , 2014

Canadian fighter jets haven't had a target in Iraq for more than a week

Canadian fighter jets haven't had a target in Iraq for more than a week

1:10 pm, November 27th, 2014

It's been more than a week since Canadian Forces dropped any bombs on Islamic State (ISIS) targets.

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RICK BELL - No good news for Prentice or Alberta at OPEC meeting

RICK BELL

No good news for Prentice or Alberta at OPEC meeting

7:58 am, November 28th, 2014

The premier waits for a meeting of some of the big oil countries.

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BRIAN LILLEY - Money for nothing? No way

BRIAN LILLEY

Money for nothing? No way

7:18 am, November 28th, 2014

Show me the money. It’s a simple phrase and it applies to life well outside of the movie Jerry Maguire.

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Ex-soldier didn't intend to attack Veterans Affairs offices

Ex-soldier didn't intend to attack Veterans Affairs offices

10:57 pm, November 27th, 2014

A former soldier who drew up a "cataclysmic plan" of death and destruction, didn't intend to follow through on it.

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Somali-Canadians seduced by ISIS
According to an Edmonton community leader, there's a surge in Somali-Canadian youth joining ISIS. ​

Peladeau's Parti Quebecois
Would Pierre Karl Peladeau give the Quebec sovereignty movement the boost it needs?

Transparency on Indian reserves
It's time to put overpaid Indian chiefs in their place by enforcing the federal Indian Transparency Act.

Can you de-radicalize someone?
Our own Tarek Fatah told the Senate there's no hope of 'de-radicalization' when Canadians turn to jihad.

   
 

Transparency on Indian reserves

It's time to put overpaid Indian chiefs in their place by enforcing the federal Indian Transparency Act.


Trudeau ignorant on firearm laws

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau exposes himself as ignorant when it comes to Canada's firearm laws.


Doug Ford not running

Doug Ford tells Brian Lilley why he isn't running for the Ontario PC leadership chair.


Sinking their own ship

Did you know the French sank their own ships during World War II?


Somali-Canadians seduced by ISIS

According to an Edmonton community leader, there's a surge in Somali-Canadian youth joining ISIS. ​


Real journalism on Burnaby Mountain

Police ‘de-escalate’ Sun News Network’s reporting and ask us to leave. Why are we the only ones asking tough questions?


Sinking their own ship

On Nov. 27, 1942, French Admiral Jean de Laborde scuttled his own fleet in Toulon rather than let the Nazis seize it.


First Nations transparency

Shuswap First Nation votes for financial transparency.

Video of the day

Can you de-radicalize someone?

Our own Tarek Fatah told the Senate there's no hope of 'de-radicalization' when Canadians turn to jihad.