Sloppy vetting for Trudeau advert exposes lobbyist, raises more questions about PM’s ethics
The prominent appearance of a lobbying firm’s senior consultant in the Liberal Party’s new election advert raises more questions about whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes conflict of interest rules seriously, or not.
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.
Conservative Party exposes Liberal hypocrisy on gay marriage after botched Scheer smear
What the Toronto Star article didn’t mention, however, was that Ralph Goodale himself and numerous other Liberals have voted in opposition to gay marriage.
‘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.
Liberal MPs block ethics commissioner from testifying before ethics committee
The commissioner was standing by ready to testify in front of the committee, when the motion was turned down by the Liberal members.
Justin Trudeau went for a walk in Montreal and nobody cared
This Saturday, our Prime Minister decided to stroll down Montreal’s St. Denis street in broad daylight in what appears to be an attempt to garner some good, unrehearsed photo-ops with every day Canadians.
Trudeau Liberals run $1.4 billion deficit in first two months of 2019-20
According to the report, “The Finance Department’s numbers show the combined shortfall for April and May 2019 came after government spending and public debt charges expanded at a pace about three times higher than revenues.
“Out to screw us”: Butts blames Indian PM for Trudeau’s disastrous trip
Early on in the India trip scandal, Trudeau and his office peddled a “conspiracy theory” that the Indian government had a hand in inviting convicted Khalistani extremist Jaspal Atwal to events. Today, in a new book, Gerald Butts said that the Indian government was “out to screw” the PM and his delegation.
Liberal majority quashes investigations into claims of PMO pressure leveled by former China ambassadors
“From free speech, to not muzzling people, to ensuring that we have a non-partisan public service and there is no way a Prime Minister’s Office is…asking public servants to behave in a partisan way,” Conservative MP Leona Alleslev said of the need for further investigation.
‘Emergency meeting’ called after former ambassadors allege PMO requested they “get with the program” on China
Parliament’s foreign affairs committee will hold an emergency session Tuesday after two former ambassadors to China say Foreign Affairs pressured them to temper comments about the communist state and deteriorating relations with Canada.