B.C. MLA was detained by China, alleges interference in Canada’s democracy
Richard Lee, a former veteran Liberal MLA from British Columbia, has spoken out about the Chinese government allegedly detaining him.
Hong Kong Canadians ask why Liberal candidate picked campaign co-chair with ties to China: Report
A Liberal candidate and her election co-chair are being accused of having close ties to the Chinese government according to a report from Global News.
Nova Scotia Liberal MLA seeks addiction help after drunk driving incident
Hugh MacKay was charged with driving under the influence during the Thanksgiving weekend, the MLA for Chester-St. Margaret’s admitted in a statement released by the Nova Scotia Liberal Caucus Office on Tuesday morning.
Disgraced Trudeau advisor spreads misinformation about Conservatives
The former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Gerald Butts spread false information attempting to further tie the Conservative Party of Canada with the “Canadian alt-right”.
Liberal candidate suggests carbon pricing may need to rise to meet goals
Environmentalist and Liberal Party candidate won’t rule out whether party would hike carbon prices even further.
Trudeau promises to hand out camping bursaries to promote environmental protection
Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to give lower-income families $2,000 dollars to cover travelling and camping expenses so that kids can learn about the environment.
Liberal Party rips off Green Party logo
In Canada, it’s long been established that certain colours are associated with certain political parties: Conservatives are blue, Liberals are red, NDP are orange, and the Green Party are obviously green. But that doesn’t seem to matter anymore.
Former cocaine trafficker and wife show up to support the candidacy of Liberal candidate
According to a report by La Presse, a former cocaine trafficker and his wife were at an event in support of the Liberal candidate for Drummond, Quebec.
Trudeau non-committal while Conservatives, NDP only parties to release independent platform cost analyses
According to the PBO, parties can request an analysis but can also restrict the PBO from releasing it to the public. The only time the PBO can act unilaterally is if a party misrepresents aspects of a platform’s costing done by the independent federal agency.