Headline News
Headline News

Edibles legalized in Canada one year after cannabis legalization

Posted on 12 November 2019

Cannabis edibles were made legal in Canada on October 17, 2019, exactly one year after cannabis legalization in the country. However, edibles wouldn’t be found on store shelves until at least mid-December. From October 17th, licensed producers were permitted to start the process of sending their applications to Health Canada. The approval and procurement process would take about two to three mon ...

Headline News

Industry watchers nervous as Canadian cannabis producers sit on a massive stash of inventory

Posted on 12 November 2019

Producers and extractors of Canadian cannabis are sitting on a massive stash of unfinished inventory of weed. This inventory is growingso rapidly that some analysts are worried it could cause a price crash in the fast-rising industry. According to Financial Post, since the start of the year 2019, the quantity of unfinished inventory of dried cannabis has virtually tripled, getting to a whopping ...

Headline News

Most Advanced Alien Civilisations Could Be ‘Artificial Life Forms’, Scientist Claims

Posted on 12 November 2019

What if aliens weren’t biological life forms, but instead artificial life forms? According to a recent report published on The Daily Galaxy, scientists like Susan Schneider, of the University of Connecticut, suggest that extraterrestrial beings could actually be “postbiological” life forms. “I do not believe that most advanced alien civilisations will be biological”, Ms Schneide ...

Headline News

Autonomous Killer Robots Should Not Be Allowed To Exist, Nobel Peace Laureate States

Posted on 12 November 2019

On 24 October, journalist Edith Lederer published a very interesting article on military news site Military Times, in which she discusses an issue that has been in the public eye in recent days: autonomous weapons. The article cites the opinion of renowned Nobel Peace laureate Jody Williams, who affirms that these weapons “should not be allowed to exist”. “[Autonomous weapons] a ...

Headline News

Senate Defections Could Solidify Trudeau's Upper House Reforms

Posted on 07 November 2019

In the last elections, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer had promised that if elected, he'd return to the old system of senatorial appointments which focuses on putting party members on the Red Chamber's benches, this promise was nullified by his defeat on Oct. 21. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the other hand, after he won the Oct. 21elections, kept his promise to only appoint Independe ...

Headline News

Scheer Makes Mistakes in the Federal Election Campaign

Posted on 04 November 2019

The Conservative party was supposed to dislodge a vulnerable Liberal government, already falling in popularity in the months before the October 21 election, says an article on Rabble.  However, in the recently concluded elections, the Conservative Party failed to meet partisan expectations. Duncan Cameron writing for rabble claims that following the party’s loss at the elections, ...

Headline News

Can Justin Trudeau Work With Other Parties on a Progressive Agenda?

Posted on 04 November 2019

Just before the October 21st elections, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's made a plea for progressives to vote strategically, this plea was echoed by many voices on social media and seem to have worked on Election Day as Trudeau won the power to remain Prime Minister. The Liberals lost seats all over Canada, except for Ontario while Conservatives earned over 20 seats, mostly in the West. Ove ...

Headline News

Fire Coverage Yanked From California Residents in response to power blackouts and ‘fire risk’

Posted on 04 November 2019

Recently, California witnessed a lot of very destructive, deadly wildfires. Many experts have blamedthese fires on the Democrats’ ridiculous, senseless environmental policies.These policies have been referred to as tyrannical and economically destructive. The effects of these policies are worse in California; a dry state even though it has a large Pacific coastline. According to Natural ...

Headline News

The country of Georgia faces the biggest hacking attack in its history

Posted on 04 November 2019

On Oct. 29th, Georgia—a country that sits at the intersection of Western Asia and Eastern Europe—experienced the largest cyber attack in its history. During this cyber attack, 15,000 websites were taken down. The majority of affected websites included local newspapers, government agencies, banks, and courts. A local web hosting provider called Pro Service has officially taken blame for t ...

Headline News

Ontario judge reduces mandatory sentence for indigenous first-time DUI offender citing injustice

Posted on 31 October 2019

An Ontario judge has offered a lighter sentence to a young indigenous woman who was arrested for exceeding the legal blood alcohol level, citing racism, colonialism and the unjust Canadian impaired driving laws. On July 16, Justice Paul Burstein made the decision that directly opposes how the Canadian government have handled impaired driving—which has mainly been about generating revenue ...