Trudeau felt entitled to loyalty from bureaucrats according to new Fife report
It continues to paint a troubling picture of the prime minister, a man who perhaps might not have “been so forward” with his corruption if he knew that the national newspapers would report on it.
Liberal MPs block Mark Norman invitation to give his side of the story
Liberal MPs have denied former Vice-Admiral Mark Norman a chance to testify at parliament about his two-year ordeal fighting the federal government against charges that the Crown abandoned last week.
NDP executive smears The Post Millennial before Justice Committee
Morgane Oger’s desire to censor speech is unrealistic, unreasonable, and undemocratic. It will lead not to greater equality but to totalitarianism. The reason The Post Millennial exists is to ensure that never happens.
Government performance reviews cancelled because Trudeau failed to fund auditors properly
The office of the auditor general has not received the necessary funding it needs to carry out all of its ongoing audits of the federal government.
Conservative MP introduces petition in parliament calling on Trudeau to resign
A Conservative MP introduced a petition in parliament this morning calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resign.
Trudeau says companies who spread “fake news” will face “meaningful financial consequences”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is committed to going to war against Fake News, and says that his government is looking to hold companies for spreading misinformation, going so far as to say that those who don’t play by his rules would face “meaningful financial consequences.”
Today is E-Day on The Rock and here’s why it matters more than you might think
Today marks the end of yet another exceptionally divisive campaign, and the last provincial election before October.
Senate committee votes against Trudeau’s disastrous tanker ban bill C-48
Bill C-48 has been sent back to the Senate for debate after being effectively voted down through a 6-6 vote.