Tension between Saudi Arabia and Canada is on the rise as Canada refuses to take back it’s call out on Saudi Arabia’s human rights record.
The day was January 12, 2017 and Justin Trudeau was holding his first town hall event of the year. Unlike most political Q&A’s, this one was held entirely on Snapchat. The event, like many moments featuring Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister, quickly went “viral.” Beaming through
Days after the killing of six people at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec (CCIQ), staff member Ahmed El Refai invited the Canadian media into the Islamic center to document the untouched crime scene. “This is very emotional for me,” stated El Refai. “I cannot
6 dead in Quebec mosque shooting CANADA – Tragedy erupted in Quebec City Sunday as a lone gunman opened fire during an evening prayer service at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Center, killing 6 people and wounding 19 others. French-Canadian student Alexandre Bissonette has been charged with
In late October, the Montreal Gazette published a story claiming that Montreal’s police spied on La Presse reporter Patrick Lagace. The Gazette, as well as The Montreal Star, outlined how the police, through court-approved search warrants, spied on Lagace through his phone, gaining access to
This is the second edition of our new MediaFile series. Every week the International section takes on the task of curating a list of five important world news stories that you may have missed this week because of news from the election cycle. Russian bombing