What’s In A Pandemic Emergency Kit? Preparing For A COVID-19 Outbreak In Canada

As the world braces for the novel coronavirus to spread further, many are wondering what people can do to prepare for a COVID-19 pandemic at home. Having a pandemic preparedness kit is probably a good idea. The supplies can come in handy even if the only thing going around is a particularly strong strain of […]

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An Alberta Provincial Sales Tax Could Help The Deficit. But Will It Ever Happen?

The Disgusting Oil & Gas Sticker Of Greta Thunberg Shocks Canadians Alberta Budget Banks On Oil And Gas Bouncing Back Alberta Bill Sees Jail Time, Fines For People Blocking ‘Critical Infrastructure’ According to University of Calgary economist Trevor Tombe, a provincial sales tax could help Alberta get off what he calls the “roller-coaster” of resource […]

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Lady Gaga’s ‘Stupid Love’ music video is surprisingly reminiscent of Power Rangers

Just call her Mighty Morphin Lady Gaga. Gaga on Friday dropped her new single “Stupid Love” alongside a video that might just make you wonder if Rita Repulsa’s about to swoop in at any moment. “Stupid Love,” indeed, gives off some serious Mighty Morphin Power Rangers vibes right from its opening logo through its colorful […]

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Lady Gaga’s ‘Stupid Love’ music video is surprisingly reminiscent of Power Rangers

Just call her Mighty Morphin Lady Gaga. Gaga on Friday dropped her new single “Stupid Love” alongside a video that might just make you wonder if Rita Repulsa’s about to swoop in at any moment. “Stupid Love,” indeed, gives off some serious Mighty Morphin Power Rangers vibes right from its opening logo through its colorful […]

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Ministers Finish 1st Day Of Talks With Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs In B.C.

SMITHERS, B.C. — The hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en sat down Thursday with senior government ministers to discuss a pipeline dispute that has caused protests across the country, shutting down freight and passenger rail services. Federal Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and British Columbia Indigenous Relations Minister Scott Fraser began the long-sought talks in the […]

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Midnight Shine’s Protest Song Is For Anyone Sick Of Politicians’ Broken Promises

Adrian Sutherland, frontman of roots-rock band Midnight Shine, used to avoid politically charged music. But when his Northern Ontario community of Attawapiskat First Nation declared an unsafe water emergency, he and his bandmates penned a protest song — “Politician Man.” “That really bothered me and pushed me over the edge,” Sutherland told HuffPost Canada. Attawapiskat […]

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Lynn Beyak Suspended Again Over Racist Letters Despite Last-Ditch Apology

Sen. Lynn Beyak will be suspended again from the upper chamber while she attempts, for a second time, to complete anti-racism training. Senators voted Thursday to accept an ethics committee report that recommends Beyak be suspended without pay for the rest of the parliamentary session. The vote went through “on division,” which means there is […]

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