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Canadian court awards $107m to families of Iran plane crash victims

A court in Ontario, Canada, has awarded C$107m ($83.94m), plus interest, to the families of six people who died when the Iranian Revolutionary Guards downed a Ukraine International Airlines plane near Tehran two years ago.

Iran shot down the airliner in January 2020. All 176 people on board were killed, including 55 Canadian citizens and 30 permanent residents.

Mourners attend an outdoor vigil for the victims of a Ukrainian passenger jet which crashed in Iran, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo
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The six family members awarded compensation by the Ontario court lost spouses, siblings, children, nieces and nephews aboard Flight 752, their lawyer, Mark Arnold, said in a statement on Monday. They had filed a civil lawsuit against Iran and other officials they believe were to blame for the incident.

Gun Control Fail: Canadian Gun Owners Not Turning in Their Recently Banned Guns

Despite the Canadian government’s banning of certain firearms, Canadians just aren’t giving up their boomsticks, disappointing experts and officials who were certain that they would be receiving guns by the truckload.

According to iPolitics, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau instituted a ban that took place on May 1 of 2020, and estimated that the ban would apply to around 100,000 firearms in the country.

As of today, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have received a grand total of 160 guns for decommissioning out of that aforementioned massive number as reported by iPolitics:

One step closer to a home equity tax

Every Canadian politician will solemnly swear on a stack of real estate flyers that there will never ever be a home equity tax, but Canadians are rightly worried that governments want to take a chunk of the cash when they sell their homes.

Right now, when Canadians sell the houses they live in, they don’t pay tax on the money that they made.

That’s a good thing because Canadians count on that money to cover the down payment on their next home or to pay for their retirement.

If politicians are promising they won’t impose such a tax, then why should we be concerned? Because politicians often break their promises and because this tax could cost us a tonne of money.

Financial analysts are warning that a home equity or capital gains tax on the sale of a primary residence could cost Canadian homeowners tens of thousands of dollars.

So, while those oaths against home equity taxes are being administered during this election, taxpayers should watch for politicians crossing their fingers.

Army transports Aborigines to internment camp on NT Chief Minister’s instructions and PM Morrison’s blessing

The Australian army has begun forcibly removing residents in the Northern Territory to the Howard Springs quarantine camp located in Darwin, after nine new Covid-19 cases were identified in the community of Binjari. The move comes after hard lockdowns were instituted in the communities of both Binjari and nearby Rockhole on Saturday night.


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