Tim Moen talks about Neil Young bashing Fort McMurray, Alberta for its oil sands

Did you know before Tim Moen got into politics he produced videos for people like Neil Young?

Here’s the crazy story that led Neil Young to talking smack about Fort McMurray, AB for their oil sands and other reasons.

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VIDEO: Greg Wycliffe on “wokeness” and the powerful impact of a message shared through comedy

Greg Wycliffe came on our livestream on Sept. 30, 2020. He spoke on various topics including “wokeness,” sharing a message through comedy, late night television, “wokeness” in video games — and of course politics. To check our the whole livestream, visit our YouTube.

Gordon Burling on the Montréal red-zone lockdown restrictions

Gordon Burling talks about the red-zone lockdown restrictions in Montréal, Que. (This is an old clip from our Oct. 7, 2020 live cast)

The lockdown restrictions were just extended yesterday in Montreal until Nov. 23.

Trudeau Liberals ignite talks of an election — with a campaign starting as soon as Wednesday

What is going on with the WE Charity scandal?

Who is keeping on this to make sure it doesn’t get forgotten?

Is there still a possibility of an election — the answer is yes.

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Pastor Henry Hildebrandt: “Nice people don’t speak the truth when they should … good people must!”

The next thing is something all Canadians should keep in mind whether you’re religious or not — I believe it should be a moral standard for all.

“Mean people speak when they shouldn’t and nice people don’t speak the truth when they should. Good people do — good people must!”

“Bankrupt Canada?” — Pierre Poilievre: “How far to the cliff’s edge?”

Pierre Poilievre: “In the early 1990s, this country literally ran out of money when finance officials went to lending markets and could not find a single solitary person on Earth willing to lend a dollar to the Government of Canada for fear that it could not pay the money back.”

“Police terror” — late night quarantine check in Flinton, Ont., called “disturbing.”

Above photo from Adobe Stock Images. Flinton, Ont. — A quarantine check executed at 1:24 A.M., by The Ontario Provincial Police’s (OPP), Central Hastings Detachment is being called “disturbing” by the father of the woman quarantining in Flinton, Ont., after she returned from international travels. “My 32 year old single daughter Bronwyn [redacted] is self-isolatingContinue reading ““Police terror” — late night quarantine check in Flinton, Ont., called “disturbing.””

Western University students raise concerns over anti-cheating program “Proctortrack”

University of Western Ontario (UWO) students say an anti-cheating program called ‘Proctortrack,’ is “invasive,” and it “poses a massive security risk for students’ privacy.”

This isn’t the first time concerns have been raised about the software…

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VIDEO: A constitutional right to protest — 3,000 protest at Dundas Square in Toronto on Saturday

3,000 people gathered at Dundas Square on Saturday to protest their governments unconstitutional handling of COVID-19. Protestors marched down Young street on Saturday — shutting it and other roads down for over an hour while being escorted by police the entire march.

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“We’re going to take the streets,” says Lamont Daigle of The Line Canada | Dundas Sqaure protest in Toronto

“We understand that The Charter of Rights and Freedoms — section 2C says that we are legally allowed to peacefully protest with no problems.” — Lamont Daigle