Liberals strip funds for military medical care, leaving hospitals to cover millions in bills
Several hospitals are expecting losses in the millions. For example, hospitals in Ontario could have to pay approximately $10 million without help from the federal government.
Why is no federal leader talking about the opioid crisis?
Imagine over 10,000 people were dying from climate change-related disasters. Imagine the outrage and frantic committees and collective action. It would be monumental. Unfortunately, there is no equivalent on the issue of the opiate crisis, only deafening silence from both the media and our politicians.
Disgraced Trudeau advisor spreads misinformation about Conservatives
The former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Gerald Butts spread false information attempting to further tie the Conservative Party of Canada with the “Canadian alt-right”.
Three tossup ridings to watch out for in British Columbia
British Columbia will be a fierce battleground on election day. Party leaders have devoted valuable pre-election time to campaign in the province and to persuade voters to pick their respective party at the ballot.
Ford government and Union reach deal avoiding school closures
Minister of Education Stephen Lecce announced the deal earlier this evening.
Ontario school boards to close schools on Monday if teachers strike
According to the union, 55,000 school employees are ready to strike on October 7th if their demands aren’t met.
Liberals refuse to say how much foreign aid we’re giving to China
In 2018, Canadians lavished China with $9.2 million despite the country having a $13 trillion economy. Part of the funding was for “multilateral programs” and “bilateral assistance” for diversity and female empowerment.
Canadian government tweets children’s rhyme about “Jack and Jill” getting sexually transmitted diseases
The official Government of Canada Health Twitter account decided to celebrate the hashtag #RandomActsofPoetryDay in a very creepy and questionable way.
Media bailout veiled in secrecy despite promises of transparency
The Canada Revenue Agency has gone quiet on the $595 million media bailout despite earlier promises of transparency according to Blacklock’s Reporter.
WATCH: Justin Trudeau resorts to completely ignoring reporter’s questions
In a video clip shared online, Justin Trudeau can be seen completely ignoring a journalist’s question when asked about foreign aid spending and UN commitments.