Scheer promises cuts to sales taxes on home-heating bills, vows to end carbon tax
“Heating your home in winter isn’t a luxury for Canadians. It is a necessity,” Scheer said. “We don’t tax other basic necessities like groceries and we shouldn’t be taxing home heating.”
Trudeau government attempts to divert public outcry for resignation with pharmacare announcement
The recommendations for what the plan should be were expected to be released far closer to the October election as those doing the study where nowhere close to executing the program yet.
Trudeau forced to cancel sold-out Regina fundraiser with Minister Goodale
It was announced today that Trudeau had to cancel an event at a Canadian Tire in Regina after the store was flooded with complaints about the prime minister’s visit.
Trudeau considering “contrition” statement over SNC-Lavalin
A senior government official said one of the options being discussed is for the PM to “show some ownership over the actions of his staff and officials” in their handling of the situation that surrounds former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould.
Trudeau cancelled Regina event after residents complain to Canadian Tire: Sen. Batters
The Prime Minister allegedly changed his schedule cancelling a Canadian Tire event in Regina, after Saskatchewan residents called the local store owner to complain, according to Canadian Senator Denise Batters.
Justin Trudeau gets heckled throughout disastrous climate change event
While the Prime Minister addressed a packed house at the Danforth Music Hall, the event erupted into shouts and scuffles where security officers had to intervene.
Bill Morneau says Philpott resigned because she was a “close personal friend” with Jody Wilson-Raybould
“Jane Philpott is a close personal friend of Jody Wilson-Raybould. She took a decision, I respect her decision. She was a good colleague, and she’ll take the decision that makes the most sense to her,” said Morneau.
Protestors chant “two-faced Trudeau” as PM enters climate change event
With a second cabinet minister resigning over the handling of the SNC-Lavalin scandal, Canadians nationwide are becoming visibly angry.
Trudeau attempts to divert public attention on the SNC-Lavalin scandal with… the carbon tax?
The prime minister will be trying to divert Canadians’ attention by trying to ignite debate on the carbon tax.
Liberal MP wrongfully claims SNC “entitled” to deferred prosecution arrangement
Steven MacKinnon the member of parliament for Gatineau, Quebec recently claimed on CBC’s Power and Politics that SNC-Lavalin the firm which paid $30,000 to cover the cost of prostitutes for Gaddafi’s son where entitled to a deferred prosecution arrangement(DPA) because of the damage the failure of the company could do to Canadian jobs.