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Colonial Pipeline hack and U.S. gas shortages highlight the country’s energy vulnerability

On Friday, a key pipeline carrying gasoline and diesel to the United States’ East Cost was shut down following a cyberattack. The event highlighted the vulnerability of the country’s energy infrastructure.
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Provinces and First Nations express concerns about Trudeau government UNDRIP bill

In January 2021, six provinces joined forces and called on the Trudeau government to hold off on passing the controversial Bill C-15, which enshrines UNDRIP, or the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples into Canadian law.
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Guilbeault admits liberal ‘censorship bill’ C-10 will regulate user content, cites wrong sections of the Bill

In a confusing interview on CTV’s Question Period, Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault admitted that the liberal ‘censorship bill’ will apply to user-generated content.
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advertising

Quebec spent over 14x more than other provinces and Health Canada on pandemic advertising

Staggering figures reveal that both terms of absolute dollars and dollars spent per capita, the province of Quebec outspent Health Canada by a factor of 14x and other provinces by as much as 35x.
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canada

Canada loses 207,100 jobs in April, U.S. adds 266,000

On May 7, 2021, both the US and Canada posted ‘disappointing’ job numbers. Canada lost 207,100 jobs in April as unemployment rose to 8.1%. The United States added 266,000 jobs, less than the anticipated 1,000,000 jobs increase for April 2021.
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Trudeau opposed internet regulation in 2019, said it would “attack free speech”. Today, he is pushing a radical censorship bill

In 2019, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau realized that regulating the internet would have serious consequences for free speech. Today, the prime minister has changed his tune as his government is pushing for a radical internet censorship bill.
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Oxford University: Canada ranks among highest in the stringency of government measures, near China and Cuba

The COVID-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT) from the Oxford University suggests that the stringency of lockdown measures in Canada ranks nearly as high as those of communist China and Cuba.
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30,000+ gather in Montreal for family-friendly anti-lockdown protest

On Sunday, May 1st, tens of thousands of Québécois gathered by the Montreal Olympic Stadium to protest the province’s strict lockdown measures which have been in place for over seven months.
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Pornhub’s co-founder and CEO’s $19m home set on fire in Montreal

Pornhub’s co-founder and CEO Feras Antoon’s home was set on fire in Montreal on Sunday night.
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c-10

In sweeping effort to regulate online speech, Trudeau government announces it will regulate YouTube

In its sweeping effort led by Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault to regulate online speech and communications, the government has voted to apply federal-government dictated content regulations to the streaming platform.
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Trudeau opposed internet regulation in 2019, said it would “attack free speech”. Today, he is pushing a radical censorship bill

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Trudeau opposed internet regulation in 2019, said it would “attack free speech”. Today, he is pushing a radical censorship bill

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30,000+ gather in Montreal for family-friendly anti-lockdown protest

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30,000+ gather in Montreal for family-friendly anti-lockdown protest

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Pornhub’s co-founder and CEO’s $19m home set on fire in Montreal

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Pornhub’s co-founder and CEO’s $19m home set on fire in Montreal

budget

Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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