A screenshot offered a stark illustration of how much lower Canada’s COVID-19 mortality rate was versus the United States.
An image shows what appears to be a legitimate screenshot of an article, but it wasn’t real reporting from NPR.
A circulating screenshot looked like news about a rapid, meme-driven changes in Canadian naming conventions.
Facebook users are trying to push xenophobic and anti-Muslim memes to recycle old, long-debunked conspiracy theories about the Canadian prime minister.
One woman said a border agent asked her parents, “Did you immigrate, or are you a refugee?”
A meme about the border between Canada and the United States was shared thousands of times on social media in October 2019.
An October 2019 Facebook post led to rumors that bestiality became legal in Canada — again.
The Canadian government refuted a story that originated with a one-source report out of Lebanon.
Much of the United States’ economic policy agenda in 2018 has revolved around instituting higher tariffs, protectionism, and mitigating perceived or real trade deficits. This has extended to the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA for short, which U.S. president Donald Trump has called “the worst trade deal ever.” We are in the NAFTA […]
False claims that Canada euthanasia law allows parents to kill children went viral in November 2017.