50 gather at Victoria Park for Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day on August 25

Roughly 50 gathered at the clock tower in Victoria Park on August 25, 2020 to remember the people who have been persecuted and killed amidst the Rohingya crisis in Burma for the past 40 plus years.

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The biggest line yet? — Large protest expected on Parliament Hill August 29th

Over 200k people are expected to attend “the biggest line drawn yet.” This event is organized by The Line Canada and will take place on in Ottawa on Parliament Hill on Saturday, August 29th, 2020.

Derek Sloan confident he can win the Conservative leadership

In somewhat of an ‘ask me anything question period’, Derek Sloan welcomed in various supporters by name as they flooded onto his Facebook live stream to ask him challenging questions effecting Canadians directly. He didn’t shy away from the many hard hitting questions he was asked. On veteran affairs Sloan said: “I haven’t met aContinue reading “Derek Sloan confident he can win the Conservative leadership”

“Anti-mask” gathering not anti-mask says supporter Chris Sky

As the mainstream media attempts to brand Hugs Over Masks as being anti-mask, supporter Chris Sky, who is the creator of Mothers Against Distancing (MAD), noted in fact they are not anti-mask, but rather are advocates for Canadian civil liberties and believe there’s a right time and place for people to wear a respirator.

Breaking: Telus and Bell mobile networks go dark in southern Ontario

SOUTHERN ONTARIO- Many Koodo and Telus customer today experienced the loss of mobile coverage. You may have experienced problems if you are a Bell or Virgin customer. From roughly 12:30 p.m. to 12:55 p.m. customers in Southern Ontario experienced the dreaded feeling of not being able to call or text their friends and family. TheContinue reading “Breaking: Telus and Bell mobile networks go dark in southern Ontario”

Conservative Leadership “debate” held with two out of four candidates in Toronto

Only half of the Conservative Leadership candidates attended a debate in Toronto at the Sheraton Hotel, hosted by The Independent Press Gallery of Canada (IPG) this evening. Read to find out more.

Visits soon to be permitted at long-term care homes, retirement homes and other residential care settings in Ontario

Starting June 18, you will now be able to visit loved ones living in retirement homes, long-term care homes, and other residential care settings — but with some restrictions. Read to find out more.

Black Lives Matter: Kitchener attendees reflect on U.S. protests and local movements

Even with a global pandemic, 36,000 people gathered at Victoria Park in Kitchener, Ont., on June 3, 2020 to combat racism and police brutality with a peaceful protest and march through the streets of downtown.