OneCity volunteers plotted to fabricate rumours to destroy opponents, chat logs show

By Rohana Rezel I have obtained chat logs that show OneCity volunteers plotting to destroy their opponents by fabricating damaging rumours – including rumours about pedophilia. Their targets involve affordable housing advocates, academics, journalists, and lawyers among others. And what

Vancouver YIMBY verbally assault female volunteer of party that turned down real estate industry donations

Vancouver’s Yes In My Backyard movement – which is pushing for real estate developers to be given a blank slate to build for-profit housing all over the city – is once again coming under fire after a vocal member verbally

Birds nest halts pipeline expansion

By Chen Zhou A controversial mega federal project has once again been halted by tiny bird nests and facing the accusation of covering up conservation incompetence. Since the Trudeau government bought the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project (TMX) which will

Fractional investing: How the dream of homeownership for a dollar became a nightmare for tenants

By Chen Zhou Startups that promise to help Canadians priced out of the real estate market realize their dreams of homeownership for just a loonie are becoming a nightmare for renters. In May 2022, a volunteer-run organization RenovictionsTO tweeted the

Vancouver’s flipper MP Taleeb Noormohamed owns shares in Airbnb

Vancouver’s real-estate-speculator-turned-MP Taleeb Noormohamed owns shares in Airbnb – the short term accommodation platform blamed for taking long-term rentals out of Vancouver’s tight rental market while bringing crime and violence to residential neighbourhoods. Vancouver-Granville Member of Parliament Taleeb Noormohamed, who

Justices rule for American woman in bitter custody dispute

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday for an American woman who is involved in a bitter international custody dispute with her Italian husband over their young son.

Final House of Commons vote expected on bill reforming mandatory minimum sentencing

OTTAWA — Federal MPs are expected to vote this afternoon on whether to adopt the Liberals' mandatory minimums bill and send it to the Senate. Bill C-5 would amend the Criminal Code to remove mandatory minimum sentences for all drug

RCMP investigating false Parliament Hill bomb tip against Sikh men: Ottawa police

Ottawa police say the RCMP is conducting an ongoing investigation into the false bomb tip that led to the arrest of two Sikh rally organizers near Parliament Hill on Saturday. Interim Ottawa police chief Steve Bell shared that information in a

Pope’s health is an ‘extreme concern’ but trip to Canada remains unchanged: Miller

OTTAWA — Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller says Pope Francis's upcoming trip to Canada remains unchanged at the moment, but the pontiff's health is an "extreme concern." Miller's comments come after the Vatican announced last week the 85-...

Bid bon voyage to ArriveCan travel requirement mayors of border cities urge Ottawa

WASHINGTON — Border-city mayors, tourism industry leaders and an opposition MP say it's time to bid a less-than-fond farewell to the ArriveCan app. The mayors of Niagara Falls and Sarnia, Ont., say requiring visitors to Canada to submit their health in...