CBC’s Rosemary Barton taken to task for biased article labelled analysis
CBC journalist Rosemary Barton has been criticized by experts for writing an ‘analysis’ piece that was based on opinion, not facts.
Environment Canada suffers tech drought, despite billing taxpayers $19.3 million for new tech
Environment Canada reportedly complained about running out of computers, despite spending millions of taxpayer money on new computers.
Alberta can FORCE Trudeau to renegotiate equalization payments: Report
A new report conducted by the Fraser Institute has revealed that any province can force other provinces and the federal government to renegotiate the equalization payments.
Toronto private schools ask children to stay home after coronavirus threat
Two private schools in the Greater Toronto Area have made it aware that some parents were on the same flight as the the Ontario patient who has been diagnosed with the coronavirus
Trudeau’s cabinet FORCING through gun laws as quickly as possible
Trudeau’s cabinet is pushing through anti-gun legislation as quickly as possible without proper consultation with experts and the public.
O’Toole and MacKay launch Conservative leadership campaign
Peter MacKay and Erin O’Toole have officially announced their bids to become the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Manitoba MP Candice Bergen considers Conservative leadership bid
Candice Bergen is seriously considering a leadership bid after multiple big-name Conservative candidates chose not to run last week.
SNC-Lavalin given $1.6 billion contract in Ottawa despite failing tests
Quebec-based corporation SNC-Lavalin was awarded a $1.6 billion contract for Ottawa’s LRT train line project despite auditors advising against it.
Michelle Rempel considering Conservative leadership bid, cites Western alienation
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel has not ruled out running in the Conservative leadership race. Rempel cited Western alienation and under-representation as her main reasons for running.