Trudeau carbon tax could regulate where you live, when you drive: Ontario lawyer tells court
“They could regulate where you live. How often you drive your car. It would unbalance the federation,” Josh Hunter told the judges.
Ontario town to accept Bitcoin for property tax payments
Innisfil will participate in a one year pilot project to allow its residents to pay property taxes with Bitcoin, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency.
NDP insider calls Calgary “narrow minded cow town”
Just a day before Alberta’s provincial election in which the UCP and NDP will scrap for control over our nation’s oil capital, an NDP party insider Derek Leebosh decided to take to Twitter to let his true colours—specifically an ugly shade of orange—shine through.
As 33% of Alberta restaurants consider closing, they hope the next provincial government will rejuvenate sector
Alberta restaurants are hopeful the next provincial government will introduce policies that will help the food service industry.
Ford government’s court challenge against carbon tax begins today
The carbon tax has become a reality in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick, as each had no carbon-pricing standards prior to the Ottawa law. The federal government says the legislation aims to “fill in the gaps” where provinces were not up to par.
Gas prices in B.C. are so high, they’ve just shattered a North American record
Gas stations across British Columbia are seeing prices skyrocket to highs never seen before. Hold onto your wallets, because that price is…
Trudeau government recommends “cash for women” policy
Of course, paying for women is a common practice for the Trudeau government. Pimpin’ ain’t easy but it’s something the Trudeau government is well acquainted with.
Edmonton man arrested after setting fire to 13 vehicles in daylight arson attack
An Edmonton man has been apprehended by the police after lighting several vehicles on fire on Whyte Avenue on Friday.
Sikh Indian minister blasts Trudeau for removing “Sikh extremism” reference from terrorism report
“Trudeau is playing with fire with his decision to assuage inflamed domestic passions through this ill-considered move. The world cannot afford to fan extremism in any form, which is what the Trudeau government was effectively doing with such ill-thought moves.