Day: December 13, 2020

Families mourn young men killed in London, Ont., building collapse

The two men killed when the walls of the building they were working to construct collapsed in London, Ont., left behind young families and a community shocked by the tragedy.  Henry Harder, 26, and John Martens, 21, died Friday when parts of the four-storey building in southwest London suddenly gave way. The accident injured four others. Harder, from Tillsonburg, […]

Attack of Russian bots against Canadian media

On December 12, 2020, the Leader Spirit publication was attacked by unknown persons. Our website had stopped operating for several hours and was inaccessible to users. The reason was DDOs attack. A few hours later, an anonymous Canadian IP ( ( made edits on the Wikipedia page. Namely, the Wikipedia page of the Leader Spirit’s […]

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney recovering after emergency surgery

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is recovering after undergoing an emergency surgery on Friday. A family spokesperson says the “urgent procedure” was a “complete success” and Mulroney was released from hospital Sunday afternoon. Mulroney is 81. His daughter Caroline Mulroney, who is Ontario’s minister of transportation, said her father is “feeling better and is now resting […]

COVID-19 vaccine’s protection against virus outweighs potential allergy risk, expert says

Health Canada on Saturday advised people with allergies to any of the ingredients in the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine not to get it, but one doctor said the news shouldn’t discourage those who are eligible from getting inoculated. “I don’t think Canadians should be too worried,” Dr. Zain Chagla, an infectious disease physician and associate professor of […]

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