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Legault Refuses to Help the Homeless News 

Legault Refuses to Help the Homeless

As of the beginning of January, Legault’s government set a curfew that lasted from eight pm until five am and that would be in place for at least a month. However, that date has inevitably been extended. With this strict rule in place, whose monetary penalty ranges from one to six thousand dollars, came a series of exceptions in order to accommodate people. Exceptions for front line health care workers who work late hours as well as those who finish a late shift and have difficulty making it home before…

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Morgan Wallen: From Rising Star to Overnight Disgrace News 

Morgan Wallen: From Rising Star to Overnight Disgrace

“The news out of Nashville tonight does not represent country music” – Kelsea Ballerini   With the release of his hit sophomore album, Dangerous: The Double Album, which reached number one in multiple countries, everything seemed to be going phenomenal in 2021 for the new-coming country singer and songwriter Morgan Wallen until one fateful incident, labelled as racist, that may have costed his music career.   “p—- ass n—–“   Reported to have happened on a Saturday evening, neighbours of Morgan Wallen’s Nashville residence recorded video footage of the 27-year-old hurling…

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Air Passengers Rights in the Supreme Court News 

Air Passengers Rights in the Supreme Court

On the 23rd of December, the Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear an appeal stemming from the Federal Court of Appeal based on the Air Passengers Rights Group v. Canadian Transportation Agency (2020) case. The APR was seeking an order from a court to oblige the CTA to remove a statement from their website concerning cancelled flight refunds. The CTA had stated on their website that Canadian Airlines could offer “travelling vouchers” or travel credits for future air travel to passengers whose flights had been cancelled due to the…

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Proud Boys are Marked as a Terrorist Group News 

Proud Boys are Marked as a Terrorist Group

On January 6th, 2021, a bunch of homegrown American terrorists stormed the United States Capitol building during an insurrection which became a failed coup. Several people died and others were injured. Among the insurrectionists were members of the alt-right, neo-fascist group, the Proud Boys. Two days before the fated insurrection, the leader of this group of neo-Nazis, Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, was arrested for allegedly burning a Black Lives Matter banner belonging to Black church during a “Stop the Steal” protest two months ago. In the fallout of the Capital Riots,…

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What’s Happening with Farmers in India? News 

What’s Happening with Farmers in India?

Three bills on agriculture market reforms, which would change the way agricultural produce is marketed, sold and stored across India, were introduced by the ruling party of the county, for which the provincial government of Punjab was not in favour, as it is one of the most agriculturally based states of the county. As a result, the leader of the provincial government resigned from the post for being against the introduced law.   In the Lok Sabha, the voice of opposition was not considered, and the three bills were passed through…

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Fighting Terrorism With Terrorism: The Macron Way News 

Fighting Terrorism With Terrorism: The Macron Way

As the media has been turned towards the USA for so long; calling out their institutional racism, mocking Donald Trump during his entire 4 years in office, then reporting live updates during the incredibly tense 2020 elections, Canada and the USA seem to have forgotten about the issues present across the ocean, and no, I’m not talking about China and Russia, as we do hear a lot of anti-Russia and anti-China propaganda.  I’m talking about France.   On October 16th, Northern Parisian schoolteacher Samuel Paty was beheaded by a suspected…

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Secularism is out the window News 

Secularism is out the window

The Quebec government has recently announced that the lockdown restrictions, which have been in place since roughly October and have only been getting stricter, will temporarily be lifted from December 24th to December 27th, as gatherings up to 10 people will be allowed*.    It is no coincidence that Christmas Day just happens to be on December 25th (“Noël, cette année, ça tombe le 25 Décembre,” as Legault so eloquently put it), and Christmas Eve, which French Canadians, in particular, are known to celebrate, the 24th.  Hanukkah, this year, begins…

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What is Happening in Nigeria with SARS News 

What is Happening in Nigeria with SARS

If you are somewhat active on social media, you may have heard of the term SARS, and no, I am not referring to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. In Nigeria, it stands for Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) and it is a special branch of their police force. Throughout Nigeria, citizens are calling upon the government to finally disband the squad and to acknowledge its human rights abuses.  SARS was founded in late 1992 to deal with armed robbery, car snatching, kidnapping, cattle rustling, and other violent crimes. However, critics say…

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Poland and Its Abortion Rights News 

Poland and Its Abortion Rights

Throughout the past few weeks or so, you may have heard of nationwide protests in Poland. On October 22nd, the Constitutional Tribunal instituted a law declaring that abortions for malformed fetuses to be unconstitutional, thus banning what few abortions were allowed in the country. Thousands of Polish women and their allies have taken to the streets to protest the government’s decision; protests beginning the same day the law was announced. On the next day, people took to the streets in 60 Polish cities. On October 24th, people protested in more…

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Humanity makes the same mistake again News 

Humanity makes the same mistake again

  “The Chinese Government has since moved towards carrying out the equivalent of a Final Solution on Uyghurs,” says Dr. Erkin Sidick, referring to Nazi Germany’s policy of Jewish extermination.    China has built nearly 380 camps in the Xinjiang region since 2017. Local authorities have reported that Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities are held in these camps in order to counter extremism and terrorism. Chinese authorities initially denied the existence of these concentration camps. However, the information has been made public, including the individual coordinates of every camp, in…

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