REPORTS: Chrystia Freeland out as Foreign Affairs Minister, replaced by Quebec MP
Chrystia Freeland will no longer serve as foreign affairs minister, as the job will instead go to MP Francois-Philippe Champagne.
Indigenous TMX interests sidelined as premiers, opposition leaders posture in minority government lead-up
Indigenous interests, particularly regarding TMX, took a back seat last week as premiers and opposition leaders postured.
Liberals and Conservatives are fundamentally the same
The difference between Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer is in style, not in substance.
Judge finds Trudeau government’s Debates Commission ‘unfair’ for blocking journalists
The judge’s ruling on why it was ‘unfair’ for the Trudeau government-created Debates Comission to block journalists was released Thursday.
Sask-premier warns ‘more of the same’ from Trudeau as PM announces Parliament reopens Dec. 5
Scheer and Moe said they were “disappointed” with their conversations with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Sacrificing principled Conservative leadership for vain hopes in Quebec
Andrew Scheer’s attempt to win seats in Quebec cost him seats and credibility with voters.
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
Conservatives need a new leader, but not for the reason you may think
The Conservatives deserve a new leader after Andrew Scheer let his opponents and the media define him and failed to win.