Trudeau’s lineup of willing op-ed writers points to larger problem of media manipulation
The Prime Minister’s chief of staff, Katie Telford offered to get the minister positive press if she were to follow the Trudeau government’s wishes. That is a problem.
How often do white collar criminals go free in Canada?
How often do white-collar criminals go free because our nation’s prosecutors just ‘don’t have the time to get around to it’?
Two arguments that Trudeau did nothing wrong–and why they don’t hold water
There are a couple of arguments one could make asserting that Trudeau still did nothing unethical over these conversations with her. Neither of them holds water after evaluating the evidence.
Those who joined ISIS have shown where their loyalties lie. So why should they keep citizenship?
Watching the debates over the last year and a half, one could gather that we are in a quandary trying to determine what to do with those who act on their enthusiasm for jihad. A question that one might try to answer concerns the application of disciplinary measures against these folks upon their return. That is if they should be allowed to return at all.
BETTERS: Why didn’t the candidates raise the issue of housing demand in Burnaby South?
Candidates failed to tie the issue of immigration and housing together.
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.
Rogers Media pleads poverty in defamation suit hearing
Rogers Media argued that they, a major media corporation, were being “silenced” by a man who had been unemployed for two years, still broken, and still grieving the death of his mother