Ireoluwatomi Oloke


About Ireoluwatomi Oloke

Aspiring storyteller, perennial graduate student.


Kidnapped American-Canadian Couple Returns To Canada

Joshua Boyle, a Canadian, his American wife Caitlan Coleman and their three children, were freed from a five-year long captivity in Pakistan last Wednesday and arrived in Canada on Friday night. Pakistani forces, acting on intelligence received from the U.S., rescued the family while Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said […]


Canada’s Perspective Of The U.S’ Defence From North Korea

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other members of his government have described North Korea’s firing of a missile over Japan last Tuesday as a threat to world peace and has urged a diplomatic solution to the escalating nuclear crisis. This provocative missile test by North Korea was carried out […]


The State Of Far Right-Extremism In Canada

As racist violence in the US has steadily increased and culminated in the events at Charlottesville last weekend, there has also been a rise in right-wing extremist activity in Canada. The actions of right-wing extremists and other racist groups in Canada are largely monitored by the RCMP and recent estimates suggest there are dozens […]


Canadian Pastor Returns Home After Release From North Korean Prison

A Canadian pastor who was imprisoned in North Korea since 2015 returned to his home in Toronto on Saturday. Hyeon Soo Lim, North Korea’s longest-held Western prisoner in decades, was released last week on what was described as ‘sick bail.’ Prior to his release, he had complained of stomach pain […]