On March 17, 2020, Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and asked Ontarians to socially distance themselves from each other and, in particular, vulnerable members of the community.
A massive amount of attention has been devoted to the report produced by Robert S. Mueller III, head of the U.S. Department of Justice's Special Counsel investigation of 2017 to 2019. What is the 'Mueller report'?
One of the relics of immeasurable importance that was saved from the harrowing Notre Dame fire was the crown of thorns, said to be worn by Jesus Christ during the crucifixion. Is this piece of Christianity authentic?
Is Momo real? Journalists describe a 'perfect storm' surrounding the viral 'Momo challenge.' Despite claims to the contrary, frightening images, and possible copycats, there probably isn't anything to worry about. However, experts warn parents to be aware of what children view online.
Was there significance to the April 1 date 'The Dodo' chose to feature Instagram user Christopher Cline and his quarter-ton companion?
'Nutbar' and 'retard' are two of the terms used to describe differently abled adults in backwoods northern Ontario town Kirkland Lake, which is notorious for its association with crime. Is this connection the root of the town's citizens' intolerance? Is there another explanation?
Up until October 2013, Todd Morgan served as CEO of Armistice Resources. After reporting a need for 100 employees and estimating production of 25,000 and 40,000 ounces of gold for 2012 and 2013, Morgan suddenly resigned and the company changed its name to Kerr Mines. What happened?
Not guilty finding for Sault Ste. Marie's Timothy Mitchell, after excessive use of police force. Harassment training ordered for Sudbury council. Plus, Human Trafficking Awareness Day in Ontario.
A $1.3 million fine has been ordered for First Nickel, the highest-ever in the province. An OPP officer has overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Plus, woman attacks lynx in Thunder Bay?
Northern Ontario conservatives have mixed opinions of former leader, Patrick Brown. Timmins residents rally following the Gerald Stanley verdict. Plus, Sudbury snowmobile accidents are on the rise.
Canadian investors are voicing concerns about northern Ontario CEO Paul Antoniazzi. MP Charlie Angus speaks out on Gerald Stanley acquittal. Plus, use of force down by Sudbury Police.
More than one Canadian stock trader suspects that the brother of Kirkland Lake Mayor Tony Antoniazzi, Paul, the CEO of Opawica Explorations and RT Minerals, is hyping stocks on Twitter using aliases.
The family of Joey Knapayswee are looking for answers in the February 3 shooting death of the 21-year-old Fort Albany First Nation man by a Timmins Police officer.
A North Bay mother is crowdfunding a trip to Vancouver to commemorate her late daughter's life. Canadian Blood Services has fallen short of recent donation goals. Richard Roach's family seeks answers.
The City of North Bay has increased its taxi fares and council will vote on whether costs of switching to OPP policing should be investigated. Plus, new rules for photographers in Sault Ste. Marie.
If he didn't coin the word, he certainly brought it to its current use, Jordan Belfort used ratholes to trade stocks in fraudulent companies he made deals with, undetected, for a while at least.
A former leader of the American Nazi Party appears set to run as a Republican candidate in the November 2018 general election for Illinois' 3rd Congressional District. Who is Arthur Jones?
Does Canada have freedom of speech? Many citizens might be surprised to learn the truth.
Do Kirkland Lake OPP Sergeant Angela Davis-Witty and her seeming organized crime associates have virtual licenses to loot northern Ontario? Do they have all the cards in place to conceal murder?
Through a career spanning decades and dozens of film titles, the leading actress from 1993's 'Pulp Fiction' finally opened up about former Hollywood power broker Harvey Weinstein. Who is Uma Thurman?
Former U.S. Senator Al Franken resigned on January 2, 2018, after more than a half-dozen women lodged complaints of sexual misconduct against him. What is Al Franken doing now?
After facing criticism over her handling of a complaint of sexual abuse by a campaign staffer, Hillary Clinton has appeared on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden.'
California Congressman Devin Nunes has found himself at the center of a national debate focusing on a memo he authored, in January 2018. Who is Devin Nunes? What is the Nunes memo?
President Trump recently recounted a story about how his support for Alaskan oil drilling was spurred by an industry 'friend.' Where is the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?
After bilking investors for $200 million, pleading guilty to fraud, and spending 22 months in jail, Jordan Belfort continues to live a life of luxury. Who is 'The Wolf of Wall Street'?
Since being appointed special counsel overseeing investigations into connections between the president and Russia, the former FBI director has been a topic of constant debate. Who is Robert Mueller?
Bernie Sanders is an independent U.S. senator from Vermont who was defeated by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic presidential primary elections. Polls currently favor Sanders in 2020.
After U.S. President Donald Trump's first State of the Union Address, on January 30, 2018, his White House press secretary spoke with CNN's Chris Cuomo. Who is Sarah Huckabee Sanders?
Since her departure as acting U.S. Attorney General, on January 30, 2017, Sally Yates has appeared before several audiences and stayed true to her message, 'I wouldn't have done anything differently.'
Since stepping down as White House press secretary, in July 2017, Sean Spicer has joked at the Emmys, announced his new book, and defended his former boss, U.S. President Donald Trump.
Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe announced that he would be stepping down today after being the target of a 'war' waged by President Trump. The White House denied playing any part in the decision.
Daniel Richman has announced that he is serving as James Comey's attorney. The former FBI director is also slated to teach ethics at William & Mary College and has spoken at Howard University.
Since leaving 'Gold Rush' after its fourth season, 'Dakota' Fred Hurt has zeroed in on another find, inaccessible except by zip-line, to be featured in the new Discovery Channel series, 'White Water.'
'MythBusters' broadcast its final episode in March 2016, after 16 seasons. Former host Jamie Hyneman has been hard at work developing a number of intriguing potential technological breakthroughs.
Following the loss of his legs during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Jeff Bauman has persevered, writing a book that inspired a movie now documenting his story, 'Stronger.'
Former top skier, author, and proprietor of star-laden poker games, Molly Bloom is the subject of a new film based on her memoir, 'Molly's Game.' What is Ms. Bloom doing today?
A recent series of tweets by President Donald Trump has left some observers asking, "Did Barack Obama say merry Christmas?"
When asked why so many people believe that she personally attacked rival Nancy Kerrigan, in 1994, Tonya Harding responded, "Because they don't listen."
The ninth governor of Alaska has kept busy, as an author, parent, and political activist. Sarah Palin supports Donald Trump and her book, 'Going Rogue,' has sold more than two million copies.
As many as eight women are said to have come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against former NBC 'Today' host Matt Lauer, leaving his career prospects hazy, at best.
In a series of recent interviews, Paul Hogan, or "Hoges," as he is affectionately known to fans, opened up about his thoughts on smart phones, sexual harassment, parenting, and more.
Jordan Chariton and Ty Bayliss with 'The Young Turks' were among over 100 protesters and members of the media arrested during peaceful protests over the acquittal of Jason Stockley, last night.
North Bay police officer Erin Honeysett and mental health nurse John St. Jacques appear intent on covering up mafia activity in northern Ontario.
Why did Dr. Marlene Spruyt and Dr. Ken Boss refuse an autistic man service after he reported an Ontario government subcontractor with seeming mafia connections to the police?
Unwilling to wait for change in the Democratic Party that may never come, volunteers and organizers of Senator Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign have formed a new third party.
Could there be a connection between the questionable shares of some Canadian companies and the nation's crisis with missing and murdered Indigenous women?
How has the seeming modus operandi of northern Ontario media outlets devolved to one of, "Kill them all and let God sort them out"?
Three people are dead and several are injured, in the wake of violent clashes between the alt-right, Nazis, white supremacists, and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia.
How could police officers connected to seeming fraud be permitted to continue to serve?
Following the trend of the Nasdaq, FB recently dipped by 5 percent, and NVDA and TSLA stocks dipped by about 20 percent. FB and NVDA have since bounced hard, while TSLA appears to have stalled. Why?
How would speck trading work, how would it be implemented, and how would it affect markets?
Speck and speculity defined. Though it already exists as stock in revenue-less companies, "speck" more accurately describes their equity. A legislated rename could save both lives and life savings.
NVDA stock has returned over 600 percent in the past two years, but is now down 17 percent from its June 9 high.
What is beachgate? The New Jersey governor has received criticism after shutting down the state government and then being photographed with his family sitting in the sun on a closed state beach.
A 23-year-old 'far right nationalist' has been arrested for a plan to assassinate President Macron at a July 14 Champs-Élysées parade where U.S. President Trump is set to be the 'guest of honor.'
What is market capitalization? How do you calculate the market cap of a company and why does it matter?
Is a reverse split, or stock consolidation, good or bad? Why do companies consolidate their shares?
How do stock splits work? Why do companies split their shares? Are splits good or bad? What is a split adjustment?
29-year-old Martyn Hett, a self-described 'Coronation Street' superfan, was laid to rest today, after losing his life in the May 22 Manchester Arena bombing.
34-year-old Japanese actress Mao Kobayashi was named one of the '100 Women of 2016' by the BBC after her private battle with breast cancer was made public, and her blog that followed.
Barzan Hussein Liani was detained without charge by the de facto ruling Kurdish Democratic Party Union (PYD) in the Syrian Rojava region, on May 13th.
On June 29, Congress amended the Immigration and Nationality Act, also known as Kate's Law, which aims to increase penalties for undocumented immigrants who return after being deported.
President Donald Trump recently referred to Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough as "Crazy Mika" and "Psycho Joe" on Twitter.
The senior reporter has been released after being taken from his home in Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan.
On June 24 in Ho Chi Minh City, blogger Pham Minh Hoang was deported and forced onto a plane to Paris after he was stripped of his citizenship.
As a celebration of Canada's 150th birthday, the question of who among the best Canadian rock bands rocks the hardest is examined.
What is Susan Boyle doing now? The Britain's Got Talent sensation continues to selectively perform and will be onstage at Glamis Prom 2017, in Angus, Scotland.
Percentile refers to the position of a piece of data in a distribution, while percent refers to rate per 100.
Ken M is the handle often used by 35-year-old comedy writer Kenneth McCarthy, named 'one of the most influential people on the internet' by Time.
If Nadine Antoniazzi's tragic 2008 death was related to concealing knowledge of future stock losses, it was entirely preventable.
Nadine Antoniazzi died of a reported suicide on October 17, 2008; why has seeming financial motive surrounding her death not been investigated?
Do defined benefit pensions prevent teachers from learning the difference between right and wrong?
Findings from a recent study of questionable Canadian stocks led to a detailed report being presented to Ralph Goodale, Canada's minister of public safety.
I suspect my family of murdering my grandmother, and then banishing me to cover their tracks.
The greatest Canadian story never told. If Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders disclose what investments they own, shouldn't Canadian MPs? Further, is the entire expense debate a 'straw man' argument?
The progressive wing of the Democratic Party was formed on January 23, 2017, and includes several supporters of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.
Formed in January 2015, the conservative group is seen being responsible for President Donald Trump's failed proposal to 'repeal and replace' Obamacare.
Obamacare refers to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which was signed into law by former President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010.
Could there be more to the definition of what a stock is than previously thought? Read on to find out.
The 2015 smash, 'Sugar,' by Los Angeles, California's Maroon 5, created discussion of whether or not the weddings depicted being crashed by the band were real, fake, or a combination of the two.
Former adviser to former President Barack Obama Valerie Jarrett has been a topic of discussion, with some seeing connections to U.S. AG Jeff Sessions' denials about Russian conversations.