Liberals fundraise in NYC mid-election breaking transparency promise: Report
Non-profit, non-partisan Democracy Watch co-founder thinks it’s wrong if the Consul General of Canada in New York attended the party fundraiser.
The plot to keep Justin Trudeau in power—even if he loses
So what makes Justin Trudeau so special? Why are his supporters and so-called journalists acting like he has a right to cling to power even after losing?
Rosemary Barton being removed as applicant in CBC’s lawsuit against CPC, still covering election
The CBC is removing journalists from lawsuit against the Conservative Party of Canada in statement released Saturday, spokesperson says Rosemary Barton will continue coving election.
GRETA ALBERTA BOUND: Thunberg likely going to sermonize against oil sands
Climate change environmentalist movement leader Greta Thunberg is going to speak in Alberta.
CBC and Rosemary Barton are suing Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement
The CBC and The National host Rosemary Barton are suing the Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement over the CBC clips used on its “Not as Advertised” website attacking Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and for using CBC debate clips on the CPC Twitter feed.
EXCUSE HIS FRENCH: Trudeau says immigration values test A-okay in Quebec, open border a problem
It’s time more news outlets informed English Canadians about the reality of the situation so that a two-tongued Trudeau’s doublespeak in French unravels.
Trudeau continues to get savaged by international press
Ever since the story broke about Trudeau wearing blackface on three separate occasions the Liberal Leader has faced scathing headlines as well as ridicule from the foreign media.
Trudeau dodges answering if Canada is on its last pipeline in debate
Justin Trudeau was asked if his government’s $4.5 billion purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline would be the last pipeline he would approve.
Judge orders Trudeau government-appointed commission to give access to journalists banned from debates
A federal court judge ordered Trudeau-government appointed Leaders’ Debate Commission to accredit conservative reporters which were previously barred.
Conservatives drop press release questioning Trudeau’s different reasons for leaving private school
The Conservative Party of Canada sent out a press release Monday morning questioning why Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau gave different reasons for why he abruptly left his teaching job at B.C. private school mid-school year in 2001.