Former classmate describes Alek Minassian's 'weird noises', 'no friends'

(This article originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

More details have emerged about the horrific attack on Yonge Street, and the man now charged with 10 counts of murder and 13 counts of attempted murder. Alek Minassian attended Thornlea Secondary School, less than eight kilometres from the scene of Monday’s attack.

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Immigration program getting worse under Trudeau


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

The Quebec government says it’s had enough of illegal immigration.

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Have you seen our Prime Minister?

By: Candice Malcolm

It’s been a busy news week! Illegal immigration, interprovincial trade wars and a handful of Liberal scandals were all competing for your attention this week.

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PMO email raises doubts about Jean's testimony

(This article originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

A statement exclusive to the Sun appears to contradict National Security Advisor Daniel Jean’s recent testimony in front of a parliamentary committee.

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EXCLUSIVE: Liberal MP warned that speakers had radical views and terrorist sympathies

Liberal MP Iqra Khalid was warned about the radical views and terrorist sympathies of a speaker prior to the April 14th ‘Land Day’ event, the True North Initiative has learned.

Controversy erupted this week after details emerged of the Land Day event in Mississauga, where Khalid introduced two divisive figures: Palestine House’s Amin El-Maoued, and Archbishop Attallah Hanna, a friend and apologist for Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad.

Land Day is an annual day observed by Palestinians to protest the result of the Six Day War – a swift war started by Arab aggressors, won by Israel. As a result, Israel took control of strategic land to protect its borders – land that Palestinians insist belongs to them. 

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Canada's border crisis? It's still happening in 2018

(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

The problem of illegal immigration into Canada is getting worse.

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Canadians showed their generous spirit this week, while politicians showed the opposite

By: Candice Malcolm

It’s been a tough week for Canadians, but we got through it together. Following last Friday’s devastating news that the Humboldt Broncos bus collided with a transport truck on its way to playoff game in rural Saskatchewan, our country remains in mourning. As the heartbreaking details emerged, Canadians united together, offering love, support and tributes to the Humboldt community and all effected by this tragedy.

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Forget the activists, regular Canadians support Trans Mountain

(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

The silent majority of Canadians were represented on Tuesday, in a large rally in support of Canada’s natural resource sector. Thousands gathered in Calgary to show their support for Western Canadian industry, and to urge the continuation of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline.

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What ails our oil and gas sector? Trudeau's own policies

(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

The Trudeau government is spending $280,000 to study why Canada’s oil and gas sector is falling behind. Folks online were quick to propose a better way to answer this question: someone hand Justin Trudeau a mirror! (Who are we kidding, it’s Justin Trudeau, he probably owns thousands of mirrors).

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