CBC revenue plummets amid requests for more taxpayer money
The CBC’s TV ad dollars have plummeted by 37 percent as fewer than 1 percent of Canadians tune in to watch local newscasts.
‘These things happen’: Ex-diplomat says Iran shouldn’t face repercussions over downed plane
A former ambassador, appointed by the Trudeau government, said “this happens sometimes” in response to Iran shooting down a plane that killed 63 Canadians.
Elections commissioner targets Rebel Media’s Ezra Levant
The elections commissioner is investigating Ezra Levant and The Rebel after Levant released a book critical of Trudeau during the last federal election.
Trudeau celebrates New Year in luxury as middle class struggles
As Trudeau jetted off to Costa Rica for Chistmas, middle class Canadians pay the Liberals’ carbon tax for the privilege of heating their homes.
Trudeau government to regulate “illegal content” off social media
Heritage minister Steven Guilbeault’s mandate letter from Justin Trudeau charges him with the creation of new regulations for social media platforms.
Ottawa asked Canadians if they are ‘comfortable’ with LGBTQ people
Over 91.8 percent of Canadians said they were “comfortable” if their next-door neighbour were to be lesbian, gay, or bisexual in the government poll.
Trudeau’s Indigenous spending boost is part reality, part shell game
A budgetary mugs game spilled into Senate Finance committee this December about spending increases for Indigenous services and staffing two new departments.
Petition calls out Liberal government for ‘egregious’ proposed gun laws
A new petition to the Canadian government from concerned gun owners has reached just under 30,000 signatures in just two days.