Rebel News Campaigns
We see that the mainstream media pretends to be impartial, but they increasingly behave like political parties. They don't admit their own political bias and they pretend to be neutral news providers despite being anything but.
At Rebel News, we fearlessly take on the “Media Party”. We tell it like it is by examining the world from a different perspective — a side of the story you won't get anywhere else.
Our world view is generally conservative — we believe in freedom and judging people based on their individual merit, not the colour of their skin, their religion, their sexual orientation, or where they come from.
We fight for freedom of speech both for ourselves and for those with whom we disagree — that’s how freedom of speech works. We believe any and every idea ought to be open to criticism and debate, and we're not afraid to champion people who have been forgotten by the establishment.
Rebel News is one of the few media outlets with the power, freedom, and reach to challenge the views presented in the mainstream media. We wouldn't be where we are today without your support and participation.
Here are some of the important campaigns that we’re pursuing:
No energy source is perfect; but when compared to oil from Russia and OPEC, Canada's oil is the fair trade coffee of the world's oil industry. And although the U.S. is one of the world's largest producers of oil, Canada by far has more oil reserves, mainly in Alberta's oilsands, ironically targeted by foreign-funded environmentalist groups as immoral.
Ten years ago Ezra Levant wrote a best-selling book called Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oilsands. It argued that most of the world's oil-producing countries violated liberal values, including:
- Environmental responsibility;
- Economic justice for workers; and
- Human rights
That's what Ezra argued a decade ago, and it helped shape the national debate on pipelines during the Stephen Harper era. But ultimately Justin Trudeau became prime minister, and he followed the advice of his right-hand man, Gerald Butts, who for years had led the drive to shut down the oilsands and the pipelines upon which they relied.
Fast-forward to 2022, when Russia, Europe's oil and gas powerhouse, invaded Ukraine. Europe was powerless to truly sanction Russia, as it had allowed itself to become strategically dependent on Russian oil and especially Russian gas.
We can’t get the lost ten years back, but we can reignite the debate between Canadian ethical oil and conflict oil from Russia and OPEC.
Click here to find out more about our plan for Canada’s Ethical Oil.
Since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, a highly-influential organization known as the World Economic Forum (WEF) has been under scrutiny for using the global crisis as a means of advancing its own agenda.
Chaired by its founder Klaus Schwab, the WEF aims to influence governments across the world to implement its vision and shape policies to comply with the organization's agenda.
Rebel News reporters Kian Simone and Lewis Brackpool are producing a docuseries where they explore the book The Great Reset, co-authored by Schwab and published in June 2020, just a few months after COVID-19 began shaping our world.
Please click here to help fund our production of this series, and to help us keep a close eye on the WEF.
Rebel News files hundreds of Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) requests a year to get exclusive information from the government.
ATIPs cost us tens of thousands of dollars to file, but they help us follow facts and uncover the truth.
Please click here to make a donation to help us cover the cost of our ATIP requests.
If you're a regular Rebel News viewer, you've likely seen some of the lawsuits we've been involved in.
We have Sued regulators for access to the leaders' debates, sued police for arresting or abusing our reporters, sued thugs who try to censor our journalism, and we've sued the government to try to end quarantine hotels.
Reporting the news independently can be more costly than one might think. Rebel News and our reporters are constantly under attack — by the mainstream media, the radical Left, and even some politicians and governments.
Rebel News will never be intimidated by these attacks — we will always show up to tell the other side of the story. And we will always fight back.
Click here to learn about some of the important lawsuits we are involved in.
From Pastor Tim Stephens to Pastor James Coates to Pastor Artur Pawlowski and Tamara Lich, there has been no shortage of persecution toward dissenting voices in Canada.
And despite COVID-19 restrictions lifting across the country, we must not forget what was done to our civil liberties over the past two years in the name of health and safety.
That's why Rebel News is flying Chief Reporter Sheila Gunn Reid and legal-eagle Sarah Miller economy-class from Alberta to Geneva to hand deliver an official complaint to the United Nations Human Rights Council regarding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's treatment of political dissidents in Canada.
Click here to learn more about their trip.
ArriveCan is an app operated by the Government of Canada that requires travellers entering Canada to provide mandatory travel information, such as their COVID-19 vaccination status.
Despite being promoted under the guise of keeping Canadians safe, this government-mandated tracking app is yet another failed response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is already a magnitude of nonsense coming out of Canadian airports, and the ArriveCan app is not only hindering airports more, but it is also a seizure of personal information by the government, which should be protected under section 8 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
So, Rebel News is working with a Canadian charity called The Democracy Fund to fight back to put public pressure through independent journalism and legal means to stop the unconstitutional ArriveCan app.
You can support all our efforts on this page.
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