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Canada’s top spy agencies work out deal on ‘threat disruption’ operations

OTTAWA– Canada’s two most powerful intelligence agencies have crafted a formal deal to cooperate on using controversial powers to disrupt domestic threats to the country’s security, the Star has learned.…

Virtual reality project takes students through time at black orphanage in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX—Gerry Morrison’s childhood memories of life in the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children are painful, but he has agreed to relive them so a groundbreaking virtual-reality project can ensure…

Rescue group unable to help whale trapped in ice off Newfoundland coast

OLD PERLICAN, N.L.—A rescue group says there is nothing it can do to help a whale trapped in the icy waters off Newfoundland. Whale Release and Strandings says the ice…

Pilotless plane crash in northern Ontario woods leaves authorities baffled

OTTAWA—The military search-and-rescue technicians dropped in on a mystery. A light plane had crashed in the woods in northern Ontario and an air force Hercules transport and Griffon helicopter were…

Top general to release report on suicide, sexual misconduct at Royal Military College

A report on suicide and sexual harassment at the Royal Military College of Canada will be released this afternoon by Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance. CBC will live…

Tomi Lahren ‘Permanently Banned’ From The Blaze, Will Not Return From Suspension

Tomi Lahren, The Blaze TV host who once declared herself “too controversial[1]” for Fox News, is back in the job market today. Page Six is reporting Lahren is[2] “permanently banned”…

Shock Video: Woman Raped by Illegal Testifies Against ‘Sanctuary State’ Bill

A woman in California delivered powerful testimony last week arguing against SB-54, a measure which restricts local and state law enforcement agencies from cooperating with federal immigration officers. [embedded content]…

Liberal budget offers lots of ‘vision’ but few new numbers: Aaron Wherry

At a dozen points in the budget document, the Liberals interrupt their announcements to explain “What Success Will Look Like.” Canada, we are told at one point, “will have one…

‘Nothing good’ about residential school system, Anglican Church tells Senator Beyak

‘Nothing good’ about residential school system, Anglican Church tells Senator Beyak

Leaders of the Anglican Church of Canada have penned a strongly worded letter to Lynn Beyak, the Conservative senator who recently mounted a defence of the Indian residential school system, to…

Jason Kenney wins Alberta PC leadership on first ballot

Former MP and federal Conservative cabinet minister Jason Kenney is the new leader of Alberta’s Progressive Conservative Party. “Today we have chosen the future. Today we have chosen hope. Today…