Trudeau eroding our trust in government

Trudeau eroding our trust in governmentWas the Emergencies Act simply a political ploy used to re-elect the Trudeau government? Testimony before the Public Order Emergency Commission reveals the case for the government invoking the Emergencies Act was either weak or very weak. In fact, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau even opposed members of his cabinet or senior public health officials from…

Opposition to Trudeau’s censorship bill swells

A genuine risk the government will be tempted to use its filtering powers to silence its critics

Opposition to Trudeau’s censorship bill swellsThe chorus of Canadians from all walks of life calling on the Senate to kibosh the Trudeau government’s censorship bill is growing louder by the day. Last week, a letter from over 40,000 Canadian content-creators urged senators to reject Bill C-11 in its current form, sounding the alarm on what they see as a very…

Trudeau’s censorship bill a blow to content creators

It’s time to finally scrap this dangerous piece of legislation

Trudeau’s censorship bill a blow to content creatorsPrime Minister Justin Trudeau doesn’t care about Canadian content creators. When Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriquez first tabled Bill C-11, the Trudeau government’s online censorship bill, the primary rationale he gave for crafting the legislation was to promote the interests of Canadian content creators. Bill C-11 “will help make sure that our cultural sector works for…

Trudeau can’t stop himself from embarrassing us

He dishonoured the Queen and her family during her funeral. Did he know he’d be filmed in this Canada’s Got No Talent debacle?

Trudeau can’t stop himself from embarrassing usThe latest theatre of the absurd from Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has received mixed reviews. For reasons best known to himself and his circle of advisors, Trudeau thought it might be a swell idea on the eve of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral to go to the lobby bar in his swank five-star London hotel for…

Trudeau apologists putting a target on Poilievre

The carefully curated campaign to portray him as the Nosferatu of the National Capital is already falling apart

Trudeau apologists putting a target on PoilievreIt’s been a tough couple of weeks for the Trudeau Media Party. First, they watched in horror as their Elizabeth May pet project – known to its friends as the Green Party – collapsed in ignominy. Despite best attempts to escalate a Facebook page into a force worthy of inclusion in leaders’ debates, the party…

A Farmers’ Convoy could prove fatal for Trudeau

If 200,000 truckers scared him into introducing the Emergencies Act, what will he do when 650,000 angry farmers descend on Ottawa?

A Farmers’ Convoy could prove fatal for TrudeauAre Manitobans tired of suffering from high food prices at the grocery store? Well, the Trudeau government believes it is your God-given right to suffer even more as it imposes ever more onerous climate policies on farmers. The Trudeau government announced at a recent meeting with other levels of government that it has plans to…

Trudeau is wrong about the viability of LNG

Growing LNG exports is in Canada’s and our allies' best interest

Trudeau is wrong about the viability of LNGPrime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t optimistic about liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe because he says there’s no business case. Even though the chancellor of Germany just came to Canada asking for LNG to help fill the five new import terminals it’s building. And even though companies are ready to invest, if given the…

Why didn’t the NDP side with the Freedom Convoy?

Its actions reveal a huge disconnect between the left and the working class

Why didn’t the NDP side with the Freedom Convoy?At one time, the coming together of workers to demand greater rights was seen as a positive thing by the left. Among those rights was the right to work, as reflected in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Dominion Labor Party, United Farmers of Alberta, Progressive, Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), and the New…

Does Canada have a two-tiered system of justice?

We now have a justice system that favours those with “acceptable political views” while persecuting those with “unacceptable views”

Does Canada have a two-tiered system of justice?The FBI raid on the home of former U.S. President Donald Trump has emphasized existing concerns that the United States now has a two-tiered justice system – one for those in power and another for those who aren’t. But here in Canada, we have a quieter version of that same debate, revealed during the convoy…
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