Trudeau dispatches water bombers, $15 million to fight Amazon wildfires
Canadian assistance will nearly match the $20 million G7 nations pledged together for wildfires sweeping Brazil.
Absolutely ludicrous: Steel union boss rips Liberal tariff-rollback on Chinese steel for LNG projects
Back in June 2017, and at the urging of the USW, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal concluded its investigation into China’s dumping and levied duties against its steel.
Pompeo slams NY Times reporter for parroting ‘China’s line’ during Ottawa visit, stands with Canada for release of Spavor, Kovrig
The running battle between the Trump administration and New York Times spilled into Canada on Thursday at a joint press conference in Ottawa
‘Complicit in coverup’ – ‘PM thinks he’s above law’: opposition reacts after Liberals prevent ethics commissioner’s testimony
“They are complicit in (Trudeau’s) attempt at obstruction of justice,” Conservative MP Peter Kent told reporters after the Ethics committee meeting adjourned.
Trade uncertainty spurs Senator’s ask for special Bank of Canada meeting
Citing global trade uncertainty and diplomatic tensions with China, the Senate’s Banking and Trade committee chair wants to hear from Bank of Canada boss Stephen Poloz and asked that a ‘special meeting’ be convened.
New Democrat incumbent-MP turfed for allegedly flirting with Green Party run
Incumbent New Democrat Pierre Nantel has been dropped from the federal party’s candidate roster after it was learned the Québec MP for the riding of Longueuil–Saint-Hubert was in talks to change teams.
Attorney General shrugs off report that Trudeau broke the law
Conservative MP Micheal Barrett, a member of the Justice Committee – whose SNC-Lavalin probe was truncated by a Liberal majority — told The Post Millennial Trudeau’s actions “rocked Canadians’ confidence in the justice system” and that the PM is only worried about one job.
Opposition leaders hammer Trudeau over SNC-Lavalin ethics violation
Opposition party leaders slammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for breaking Conflict of Interest law in pressuring ex-attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to defer prosecution against SNC-Lavalin.
Ethics Commissioner’s SNC-Lavalin report confirms third conflict-of-interest breach for Trudeau
The SNC-Lavalin matter has beset Trudeau’s government since a February 7, 2019…
As election looms, Liberals short almost 100 candidates
Still short nearly 100 candidates for the October 21st general election, the Liberal Party of Canada is downplaying its invocation of an ‘electoral urgency’ clause that allows them to circumvent traditional nomination processes.