PMO promised Wilson-Raybould positive media attention if she were to intervene in SNC-Lavalin case
According to the transcript, Telford said that “if Jody is nervous, we would of course line up all kinds of people to write op eds saying that what she’s doing is proper.”
Donald Trump is going to liberate North Korea
Leaders who are mad with power seem to respect strong Western leaders who utilize their braun, rather than diplomatic intellectuals. The “strongman” archetype, as unpopular as it may be to some, seems to appeal to crazed leaders in a way that earns their respect.
SNC-Lavalin allegedly paid $30,000 in escorts for Muammar Gaddafi’s son
According to evidence, they also picked up the bill for the leasing of a lodge at the Air Canada Center in Toronto. Twice. Once for a Raptors game, and another time for a Spice Girls concert.
Toronto man found guilty of advocating genocide
Common Law nations have been going through a growth period in having to figure out exactly how to handle situations based around hate crime and hate speech, especially in relation to defining hate speech, and how to handle speech on platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
United We Roll Twitter demands Bernier step back, wants unity behind Scheer
At this point it is incredibly difficult to gauge out whether the People’s Party are a legitimate threat for the Conservative Party. It’s a pipedream to think that they could win, but it isn’t too far out there to think that they could take away enough attention from the Scheer-led Conservatives to cause a difference.
Poll: Amidst SNC-Lavalin scandal, Conservatives lead Liberals by 7 points
A Prime Minister whose “teflon” has worn off completely in recent months, Trudeau finds himself unpopular amongst Canadians, according to this most recent study. 60% of Canadians say they have an “unfavorable view” of the PM, with 59% saying that their opinion of him has worsened over the last month or so.
WAKERELL-CRUZ: I worked at a call centre where I had to listen to people die
It recently occurred to me that during my time at this job, my voice was probably the last thing that at least 15 people have heard.
Pile-ups cause traffic delays outside of Montreal, across provinces
Amongst other accidents that involved cars and 18-wheelers causing small pileups, an emergency volunteer SUV from the Jewish Hatzolah organization in Montreal was hit and damaged by 2 tractor trailers, again on Highway 15.
Liberals try to bend the rules again to save SNC-Lavalin from corruption charges
The Liberal government has its eyes on changing the ethical procurement rules that regulate the length of time a company can remain banned from bidding on federal contracts in a bid to spare SNC-Lavalin punishment.