Jobs take a backseat to Mckenna’s ideology and Carbon Tax master plan
The Post Millennial caught up briefly with McKenna after she exited the House following question period.
“I am a yellow-vest and we stand for unity … yes Canada, we roll!”: Parliament Hill protester
“I love the oil patch. I love the farmers. I love Canadians and that’s why I became a Canadian citizenship (sic),” said a smiling Jerome to more cheers. “I am a yellow-vest and we stand for unity … yes Canada, we roll!”
Conservatives converge at United We Roll protests
The conservative divide converged at the United We Roll protest Tuesday as Maxime Bernier, leader of the fledgling People’s Party of Canada and Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer bookended other speeches with their own pitches on reviving the domestic energy industries.
#UnitedWeRoll convoy shuts down Ottawa in protest of Trudeau’s anti-pipeline policies
Hundreds of tractor rigs, pickup trucks, cars and protestors in the pro-oil, pro-pipeline United We Roll convoy arrived in Ottawa Tuesday morning, parked right in front of Parliament Hill and let loose their horns of discontent.
Canada’s best-known whistleblower weighs in on Wilson-Raybould affair
The man who exposed the infamous Adscam sponsorship scandal in which millions of dollars in public funds were paid to, then misused by Liberal-friendly advertising firms in Québec says the current imbroglio involving a shunted Justice minister and construction giant SNC-Lavalin shares “one stark similarity.”
Opposition declares SNC-Lavalin cover-up as Justice votes to hold next meeting in secret
“We have to include an invitation for Ms. Wilson-Raybould to speak. It baffles me that her name does not appear,” said Cullen before alluding to multiple meetings between Bouchard and SNC-Lavalin.
Denying our motion for an investigation is an admission of guilt: Conservatives to Trudeau
Conservative deputy leader Lisa Raitt says if the government uses its majority to quash a motion to have former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould testify on PMO interference in the SNC-Lavalin corruption charges, “that will be nothing more than an admission of guilt.”
Former U.S. Intelligence agents warn against HuaweI, escalating cyber confrontations with hostile actors
Two security experts – both former United States intelligence operators – told parliamentarians Wednesday that the risk is real.
NEWSFLASH: Government interference is a threat to free speech everywhere
OTTAWA: The director of Reporters Without Borders in Latin America told a parliamentary committee Tuesday that determining what is “legitimate information versus propaganda is a very fine line.”
Splitting the Canadian political left in the age of Trump
“I wish I had thought of that,” said Weir tongue-in-cheek. “I am going to resist the temptation to declare myself Prime Minister of Canada.”