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Crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo hacked hours ahead of Trudeau’s Emergencies Act declaration

On Sunday night, GiveSendGo, the crowdfunding website that raised more than $8.7 million for the "Freedom Convoy" protesters in Ottawa, was hacked, exposing the personal information of over 92,000 donors making them vulnerable to public scrutiny. The hackers who broke into the database have not been identified or revealed themselves, but everyone who went to the website on Sunday evening was sent to GiveSendGone.wtf, which displayed a video of Disney's "Frozen" and a long message that read: “Attention GiveSendGo grifters and hatriots. You helped fund the January 6th insurrection in the...

Liberals are so anti-racist they refuse to condemn blackface

Liberal's refuse to condemn blackface at all times in the House of Commons. On Feb 2, 2022 in the house of commons the conservatives push...

Trudeau’s vaccine mandates cause US-Canada border delays as truckers protest

A convoy of truckers and supporting residents are reportedly protesting the federal governments COVID-19 vaccine mandate for cross border truckers at the Emerson border...

Trucker vaccine mandate to enter Canada starts today

Today was the first day the vaccine mandate has come in to effect for truckers crossing the U.S. - Canada boarder entering Canada. This week...

B.C. says gender on ID cards can now be changed without doctor’s confirmation or surgery

Proof of parental consent for youth between the ages of 12 and 19 while children age 11 and younger require confirmation from a physician...

N.B. Premier Higgs has mixed feelings about unvax tax, didn’t say yes or no to mandatory vaccines

On January 12, 2022 Premier Blaine Higgs talks about the lock down for the next 16 days and villainizes the unvaccinated https://youtu.be/DtSLuJJV2Jk On January 14,...

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