As a non-gun owner, Trudeau’s firearms’ policies make me want a gun

Claypool: I predict these actions against gun owners will either outright fail logistically or will not be undertaken when the Liberal government realizes the broad support for firearms. They will lose appeal if they pass a “military-style” gun ban and further their progressive talking points to no end.

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Sexual assault conviction held in Saskatchewan courts against Awet Mehari

Awet Mehari, longtime Saskatchewan rap manager for Regina rapper Pimton, had his sentence upheld yesterday after attempting to appeal a sexual assault conviction he had received in January of 2019 for having non-consensual sex with a woman who was asleep. Judge McMurtry sentenced Mehari for a three-year prison sentence back in May. 

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Petition to stop government crackdown on legal gun owners reaches 76,000 signatures

An anti-gun control petition, e-2341, on the Canadian Parliament website has garnered, since December 17th, an incredible number of signatures from both concerned citizens, both owning and not owning firearms.

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India’s biggest threat is Communism

Some communists in the West will ignore the gross human rights violations of the CPI in Kerala, pointing to the strong economy in Kerala compared to other Indian states. This ignores the fact that Kerala’s economy currently hangs on by a thread. Remittances fuel it from Keralites working in the Persian Gulf, which constitutes 31% of the economy.

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Opinion: Why does The Washington Post have a soft spot for terrorists?

The Washington Post has done it again. Previously, they referred to the former ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as an “austere religious scholar” in a headline reporting his death. Like Soleimani, he died from a coordinated U.S. military strike.

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Alberta pipeline advocate highlights how provinces are key to resource development

Clark: “The Alberta indigenous opportunities Corporation, which is just grants and loan guarantees, have come forward for private enterprise. This is just expanding it to the indigenous community. That is not an obligation of our provincial government, and the fact that [Premier Kenney] doing it is scaring the crap out of the people in Ottawa right now.”

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Who’s going to replace Scheer?

In the aftermath of Scheer’s, Conservative members will revert to campaign mode to select a new leader.

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A half-built $200 Million wind farm in Ontario cancelled by environmentalists

The halt will cause a loss of 230 jobs involved in the wind farm’s construction, and $45 million was forgone in yearly municipal taxes, community contributions, and landowner fees.

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MD of Bonnyville plans to depart from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Sawchuck: “If you just look at the agenda for the meeting, the study tours that are available usually go out and they look at infrastructure for that city. Does it provide relevance or is it worthwhile to again to our municipality, and do we get some benefit from that? And overwhelmingly our council said no.” 

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Cold Lake hoping for economic boost with upgrades to its air-force base

Although Mayor Copland reassured that residents can look forward to better times as the currently planned expansions and renovations will deliver some needed investments in Cold Lake.

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