Embarrassing Twitter mistake by Justice Canada wrongly suggests it is illegal to drink “after” driving
Justice Canada has come under fire after posting a tweet that suggested people could be arrested for drinking after driving.
Unifor prepared to destroy media credibility for bailout cash
Jerry Dias, the President of Unifor, Canada’s largest private-sector union has published a note in which he clearly states he will go against the advice of the many worried journalists he represents and directly attack Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer.
Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland are failures; just ask the dairy farmers
“If the government was so great at negotiating, then why do farmers need to be compensated for losses?”
Man that killed RCMP officer gets day parole after serving just over half his sentence
Kenneth Fenton was sentenced in April 2016 for smashing into West Shore RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett’s police cruiser while evading police. The force of the crash killed Beckett, leaving her husband a widower and her two sons motherless.
New Democrat incumbent-MP turfed for allegedly flirting with Green Party run
Incumbent New Democrat Pierre Nantel has been dropped from the federal party’s candidate roster after it was learned the Québec MP for the riding of Longueuil–Saint-Hubert was in talks to change teams.
Liberal government gives $1 million to Alberta LGBTQ2 organizations and promises over $150 million to foreign LGBTQ2 persons
The federal government is giving over $1 million to three different LGBTQ+ organizations, the department of Women and Gender Equality Canada announced..
Largest child pornography website busted—four men sentenced, including one Ontario man
Given the scope of the child exploitation network these four individuals were operating, it is extremely fortunate that law enforcement officers were able to find the founders and arrest them.
Peacekeeping promise fulfilled: Canada to send transport plane to Uganda
One of three promises made to the UN at a peacekeeping summit is finally being fulfilled.
Canada is at a crossroads when it comes to China
We are at a crossroad in how we think about our relationship with China. Many elites and self-identified “experts” on China have failed to predict recent developments. Yet, many of the same people continue to advise a course that has failed to deliver results in the past.
As election looms, Liberals short almost 100 candidates
Still short nearly 100 candidates for the October 21st general election, the Liberal Party of Canada is downplaying its invocation of an ‘electoral urgency’ clause that allows them to circumvent traditional nomination processes.