Authoritarian new election law to combat fake news
In this recent federal election, a new election law came into place that punishes people who spread fake or misleading info, with penalties with severe punishments
Green Party Leader Elizabeth Meh: A legacy of mediocrity
The Green Party apparatus, in those days composed of hippies and homeopaths, believed vehemently that the island would be the epicentre of where a “green wave” would be triggered.
Elections Canada orders recounts for B.C., Québec ridings
Elections Canada rules stipulate automatic recounts when the winning candidate’s margin of victory equals 0.1 percent or less of the total votes cast.
Singh says people with ‘Mr. Scheer’s beliefs’ cannot be prime minister of Canada
Jagmeet Singh made a bold statement directed at Andrew Scheer, stating that you can’t be both a social conservative and serve as prime minister.
NO MOE MONEY: Saskatchewan Premier blasts Trudeau over equalization
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has sharply criticised Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Twitter, saying that he has “left Saskatawan waiting” on a letter of demands that Moe has released today.
The ‘Scheer Must Go’ movement failing to gain traction so far
Despite the Scheer Must Go campaign failing, so far, to gain any popular support, it is difficult to tell whether the frustration of Trudeau’s reelection will materialize into something more bloodthirsty.
Trudeau minister says they found fake news this election
Karina Gould has said in a statement that Canada needs to do more to fight against online disinformation
Interview: Surprise-win Green MP Jenica Atwin wants Jody Wilson-Raybould to join party
The Post Millennial sat down with Atwin so to discover Canada’s new star M.P. In the conversation, Atwin discussed her background and her political influences, as well as what she hopes the Green Party can do to remedy Western alienation and the courting of Jody-Wilson Raybould.