Scheer promises inter-provincial free trade deal in latest policy speech
In the latest speech during his “My Vision for Canada” series, Andrew Scheer further elaborated on a Conservative trade policy for 2019.
“Is Trudeau leading us to civil war?”: Alberta separatist third-party group erects billboards in Edmonton
The group which seeks a referendum on Alberta’s separation from confederation has targeted Justin Trudeau as a potential arbiter of “civil war” within Canada.
Liberals and NDP vote to revise Justice Committee record of ousted Conservative’s remarks
In a Stalinesque turn of events, Liberal and NDP members of the Justice Committee have voted to wipe the record clean of some comments made by former committee member and Conservative MP Michael Cooper.
“Fellow feminist” Justin Trudeau opens international women’s conference in Vancouver
“I can only imagine how hard it is to be a feminist on the front-lines,” Trudeau told conference attendees as he spoke about the state of gender equality today.
Senator grills Liberals for calling Richmond Hill explosives arrest a “local matter” while FBI investigates
Senator Linda Frum grilled the federal government for calling the arrest of two individuals for possessing explosive materials a “local matter”.
Canada’s GDP remains at meager 0.1% growth for last two quarters
According to Statistics Canada Canada’s GDP isn’t showing signs of growing. Despite federal spending and a new budget, the first financial quarter of 2019 reported a meager 0.1% GDP growth since last year.
Serial child-rapist teacher gets 16 year sentence for sexually abusing 26 kids
According to court evidence, Sarile extorted the children into performing degrading sex acts on him with promises of payment, drugs and threats that he would release sexually explicit photographs of them.
Liberals polled Canadians about SNC-Lavalin deal and then ignored the results
The polls concluded that the general public reaction was negative. Most people polled felt that using a deferred prosecution agreement was unfair and signaled that corporations could get away with corruption.
Toronto “chair girl” parties in the Dominican Republic against the advice of lawyers
Marcella Zoia, or “chair girl” reached internet infamy after she was videotaped throwing a chair off a high rise near the Gardiner Expressway.