This anatomic model of fetal development at one, two, three and four months is a visual element traditionally included in Edmonton Prolife's KDays exhibition. (Darren Leung)

Pro-life group challenges ban from Klondike Days

Edmonton Prolife has filed a lawsuit against the Explore Edmonton Corporation — the local government’s visitor economy and venue management organization — for banning its booth from the city’s Klondike Days (KDays) in July. “Edmonton Prolife’s application seeks relief for Explore Edmonton’s violation of its section 2(b) Charter right to ‘freedom of thought, belief, opinion...

Despite Liberal protestations to the contrary, user-generated content on social media will fall under CRTC regulations. (Pixabay)

Liberals caught in C-11 ‘disinformation’ web

The federal government’s own bureaucrats have exposed that with Bill C-11, the Online Streaming Act, Justin Trudeau’s government has engaged in a “campaign of disinformation.” So says Peter Menzies, a former vice-chair of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). Menzies is among those who have been contradicted and criticized by Liberal MPs for articulating that...

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