Trudeau claims report that alleges political interference in SNC-Lavalin case is false, while Scheer calls for “full disclosure”
Trudeau unequivocally denied the allegations, saying “neither the current nor the previous attorney general was ever directed by me nor anyone in my office to take a decision in this matter.”
Trudeau’s office allegedly pressured Justice Minister to drop case against company with deep Liberal ties
The Prime Minister’s Office and his principal adviser may have some serious explaining to do.
Justin Trudeau refuses to admit that he said low-income families don’t pay taxes after being confronted by Scheer
Instead of answering the opposition leader’s criticism, Justin Trudeau took to criticizing Stephen Harper’s tax policies during his ten years in power.
Justin Trudeau falsely claims that low income Canadians don’t pay taxes
“We see proof that the conservatives simply don’t understand that low income families don’t benefit from tax breaks because they don’t pay taxes,” said Justin Trudeau.
Protestors chant “Trudeau out, safety back!” outside of Marrisa Shen murder hearings
A sizeable crowd of protestors, mainly from the Chinese community gathered outside of the Provincial Court Of British Columbia to denounce the Liberal government’s immigration and refugee policies.
Trudeau government allegedly hid shortchanging veterans $165 million
According to a new proposed class action suit filed in federal court Friday the 25th, “the federal government knowingly short-changed hundreds of thousands of disabled veterans and RCMP members about $165 million in benefits.”
Three times Canada’s embassies made it into the news
Canadian embassies have made the news quite frequently over the last year, and it’s usually in an unfavorable light.
DZSURDZSA: Ahmed Hussen must have been “half-baked” when criticizing the Conservative Party’s plan for the border
The Liberal plan: no money for border security but spend lavishly on refugee hotels and social services.
Canada is using online outrage to make dangerous changes to the criminal code
Justin Trudeau and Jody Wilson-Raybould exploited an unpopular acquittal in a murder trial to whip up the outrage required to change the criminal code. And now those changes are being implemented.
Why the Holocaust memorial plaque unveiled by Trudeau didn’t mention Jewish people
The large plaque mentioned the “millions of men, women and children murdered during the Holocaust,” without specifying their Jewish identity.