The CBC as well as a Sudbury news website came out with articles back in January on how a Pride organization in Sudbury (Fierte Sudbury Pride) has recently been facing bigotry and doxxing attacks from “far-right extremists” and “white supremacists”. The National Telegraph conducted its own investigation into the matter to see what exactly had… Read More CBC Covers for Sexual Predator & ANTIFA Supporter at Pride Organization — The National Telegraph
Recently the government of Alberta released it’s report about Harm Reduction and supervised injection sites affecting it’s province. The report clearly states that supervised injection sites are not helping communities but in fact creating more problematic issues for public safety and how it only creates new users. The word reduction is used quite often with… Read More Why we should address Alberta’s report on a failed Harm Reduction program.
Sudbury.com & The Sudbury Star News:
- OTTAWA — Canadian Forces Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin knows his way around a modern-day war zone as well as any Canadian soldier.
- MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Investigators say they have found a fourth gun at the scene where a one-year-old boy was shot dead. They say three officers opened fire on the baby's father after his pickup truck crashed into a cruiser, injuring an officer.
- Science centre, Sudbury Charities Foundation continue partnership with Festival of Lights and Trees
- An 18-year-old man joins the list of those charged in the stabbing death of the son of a former NHL player. Hamilton police say Albin Gashi of Stoney Creek, Ont., was charged with second-degree murder in the death of Brock Beck.
- MONTREAL — Officials at Montreal's Ecomuseum Zoo are pleading for whoever stole their bird, a raven named Kola who doesn't fly very well and has chronic health issues, to bring him back.
- TORONTO — An angry Premier Doug Ford lashed out on Friday at anti-lockdown protesters outside his home, accusing them of intimidating nearby residents and saying their actions wouldn't sway him.
- LONDON, Ont. — An outbreak that prompted a London, Ont., hospital to stop new admissions at its medical wards has expanded to some of its surgical units. Middlesex-London Health Unit has ordered a pause to all visitations at University Hospital.
- OTTAWA — Vaccines are now a bright spot of hope on the COVID-19 pandemic horizon. But much about them, and their rollout in Canada, remains up in the air.
- OTTAWA — Champion ice-dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir and Olympic champion swimmer Mark Tewksbury were among 114 athletes, artists, scholars and community leaders named to the Order of Canada. Gov. Gen.
- Warning designed to keep restaurant and retail workers safe