Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and other provinces are refusing to take part in implementing Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's gun grab.
Today James is joined by Rob Kittredge and Hatim Kheir of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms to discuss their participation in the Public Order Emergency Commission in Canada (aka the Trucker Commission).
- Because She Cost the State 'Too Much Money'
Disabled Canadian Army veteran Paralympian blasts government for offering to EUTHANIZE her when she complained about how long it was taking to install stairlift at her home
British Columbia (BC), Canada: Bill 36, which was drafted in secret, will give the BC Minister of Health the ability to appoint College Boards that are required pass bylaws mandating vaccines for any illness the government chooses as a condition of k
Trudeau is set to testify Friday regarding his decision to clear out the convoy as part of a Canadian government investigation The trucker protest grew until it closed vital trade routes along the Canada-U.S. border and shut down key parts of the ca
...yet it paid out $18M in bonuses to staff last year..
Let's make this the biggest day ever.
Canada has a program for assisted suicide, Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID), that encourages so-called 'throw-away' people who are depressed, mentally ill, chronically ill, disabled, and cannot afford to support themselves, to commit suicide.
In this Trucker Commission Day 25 recap, William Diaz-Berthiaume looks at testimony from Michael Sabia, Canada's deputy finance minister, who had a bit of retroactive (and condescending) advice for Freedom Convoy supporters: don't want your bank acco
Doctors in Ontario Canada are reportedly being advised to consider using psychiatric medicines on patients who refuse the vaccine.
A bank in Canada has become the first in the country to launch a credit card that tracks a customer's carbon emissions, amid concerns that such a scheme could one day be used to restrict purchases.
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and Premier Danielle Smith discuss the election front in Alberta, the danger of intermittent power as winter arrives, the true utility of oil, and why the press needs to hold themselves to a higher standard once again.
This video was created as a tribute to the truckers, farmers, and Canadians who stood up to fight for the rights and freedoms of all Canadians. As well as a love letter to Canada.
Richard Melvin is looking for financial help to get surplus crops to food-insecure Canadians
This case is under a publication ban. Due to a Court Order, the Justice Centre may not reveal the names of the doctors, the hospital, the city where the transplant program is located, or the name of the organ that Ms. Lewis needs for life-saving surg
Josh Sigurdson reports on the new Canadian Premier of Alberta, Danielle Smith who is under fire for saying the obvious. That the World Economic Forum has no place controlling politicians and bragging about infiltrating every part of the Canadian gove