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Look out, Toronto—the 9/11 Truth Movement is coming to town!

Just in time for the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Toronto is set to host a conference for people analyzing the “myth of 9/11.” Dubbed the Toronto Hearings and sponsored by the Texas-based International Center for 9/11 Studies, the symposium of conspiracy theories at Ryerson University aims to reveal that the U.S. government’s official narrative of the attacks on the World Trade Centre twin towers is flawed or false. We expect it will also be a hotbed for debate over urgent and important questions like: were the Afghanistan and Iraq wars planned before 2001? And did an airplane actually hit the Pentagon? Naturally, the timing of the event has ruffled a few feathers (stay classy, International Centre for 9/11 Studies); but we say, just let the crazies be and salute Rob Ford and other city councillors for staying mum on the subject. Read the entire story [National Post] »

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