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Canadian activist Faith Goldy got assaulted in front of MSM who claims "didn't see nuffin"

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Faith Goldy, one of the hottest Alt-Right activists, got assaulted by Antifa terrorists right in front of the mainstream media and the police who now claim they didn’t see anything. Right… well the problem is, IT’S ALL ON VIDEO! Opposing groups organized rallies near the Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle border in Quebec Saturday afternoon, where thousands of asylum seekers have steadily... 

Montreal declares state of emergency, starts evacuations as Canada floods rage

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A state of emergency has been declared on the island of Montreal, Canada, for the first time since 1998, due to devastating flooding caused by torrential rains and melting snow. The measure allows authorities to order forced evacuations of homes. Several streets and bridges in the Montreal region have been closed due to flooding. More than a dozen schools were told to remain closed on Monday, Montreal... 

Blacks Must Exterminate All Genetic Defective Sub-Human Whites: BLM Leader

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Everyday Black Lives Matter rears its ugly head, demonstrating to the world how the “movement” that claims its aim is to fight racism, is in fact a bigoted group itself. A leader of the group, Yusra Khogali has some choice words for white people, who she believes are genetically inferior to black people. HeatStreet reports: In a Facebook post, Black Lives Matter Toronto offshoot co-founder Yusra... 

Liberal Media Caught Hiding Quebeq Mosque Gunman shouted Allahu Akbar

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Reports are starting to come in from alleged witnesses of the Mosque shooting in Canada that the shooters yelled “Allahu Akbar” From CBC: “It seemed to me that they had a Quebecois accent. They started to fire, and as they shot they yelled, ‘Allahu akbar!’ The bullets hit people that were praying. People who were praying lost their lives. A bullet passed right over my head,” said the witness. Majority... 

Quebec court rules Canadian Tobacco firms pay smokers

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In an historic ruling, a Canadian court has ordered three tobacco companies to pay $15.6 billion to smokers for the damage done to their health. Quebec Superior Court Justice Brian Riordan ordered the following three tobacco firms to split the fine accordingly: Imperial Tobacco is to pay $10.5 billion, Rothmans, Benson & Hedges $3.1 billion and JTI-Macdonald $2 billion. The three tobacco firms... 

Hoverboard flight sets new Guinness record

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A Romanian inventor who lives in the French part of Canada has set a new world record by gliding a few hundred meters over a lake on his self-designed hoverboard. The flight caught the attention of all the Back To The Future fans just months before the movie’s iconic October 21, 2015 date. Guinness World Records confirmed that Catalin Alexandru Duru piloted his propeller-powered hoverboard 275.9... 

​Canadian faces $20k fine, jail time for refusing to unlock phone during airport check

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A 38-year old Canadian citizen is facing up to a year in jail and a fine of up to 25,000 Canadian dollars for refusing to unlock his cell and thus “obstructing” an in-depth security screening by the border service officials at the Halifax airport. Alain Philippon from Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec, has been detained and charged with “obstructing border officials” after he refused to provide... 

Canada's unemployment rate hits 7.2 percent in July

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Canada’s unemployment rate has climbed to 7.2 percent, with a record number of layoffs in the public sector, Press TV reports. The Bank of Canada reported recently that the country’s economy lost 39,400 jobs in July, which pushed the jobless rate up 0.1 percentage points compared to the previous month. The area, which suffered the largest loss was the public sector with 74,000 layoffs last month.... 

Montreal mayor arrested in corruption case

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Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum The Mayor of Montreal Michael Applebaum has been arrested by the Canadian province’s anti-corruption police as part of its investigation in a corruption case, reports say. Applebaum was arrested at his home on Monday morning and is to be questioned by Quebec’s anti-corruption unit, UPAC, later in the day, UPAC spokeswoman Anne-Frédérick Laurence said. Montreal’s... 

Quebec student protests boost separatism

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An analyst says the student protests in Canada have provided opportunity for the separatist Parti Quebecois (PQ) to gain more popularity, Press TV reports. “Raising tuition is a conservative type of thing to do. So it is a liberal cause that the students represent and the central government in Canada is a conservative government,” Paul Wolf said in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday. He added... 

Separatists win Quebec elections, shots fired during speech, 1 dead, gunman detained

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The separatist Parti Quebecois has won Quebec’s regional elections and will form a new government there, once again raising the possibility of a referendum on independence being held in Canada’s French-speaking province. Canadian Broadcasting Corp and the Canadian Press reported that Parti Quebecois (PQ) won or were leading in nearly 60 districts, just short of the 63 needed for a majority government. The... 

University of Montreal cancels classes for fear of protest

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The police detain a university student during a protest in Montreal on June 9, 2012. Administrators at the University of Montreal (UdeM), the most prestigious French-speaking University in North America, have been forced to cancel dozens of classes for the rest of the week for fear of fresh protests. The university issued a notice in Tuesday evening, saying that it had suspended classes in the departments... 

Genetically Modified Apples to be Pushed on Canadian Consumers

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After setting sights on creating a heavily modified apple that ‘never browns’ and doing their very best to hide the fact that they are indeed genetically altered, a biotech corporation known as Okanagan Specialty Fruits is now pushing for their new genetically modified apples to hit the market. The company recently submitted an application to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to launch their... 

Quebec plunges into crisis over student strike

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Students rally in Montreal, Quebec, against tuition hikes. Massive student protests against tuition hikes in Quebec are degenerating into one of the broadest social crises to hit the Canadian province in three decades. The protests, which began four months ago, are now posing serious challenges to Quebec’s civil society, the state-funded BBC Persian reports. The students never accepted the government’s... 

Growing Students protests in Canada spread to Toronto

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Students protest tuition fee increases on May 30, 2012 in Montreal. Growing protests across Canada against tuition hikes have now spilled over from Montreal to Toronto as talks between student leaders and officials continue in Quebec aimed at ending the 16-week dispute. Protesters on Wednesday gathered in downtown of Toronto in solidarity with their counterparts in Quebec, protesting the high cost... 
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