Liberals refuse to say how much foreign aid we’re giving to China
In 2018, Canadians lavished China with $9.2 million despite the country having a $13 trillion economy. Part of the funding was for “multilateral programs” and “bilateral assistance” for diversity and female empowerment.
Defining the issue: Ballot box questions going way of dodo bird
This Canadian federal election has not had any defining issues because there’s no cohesive media consumed by citizens.
Conservative Party promises to stop the flow of raw sewage into waterways
On Wednesday, October 2, Conservatives pledged that they will work with provinces and municipalities to stop the flow and dumping of raw sewage in water ways.
Media bailout veiled in secrecy despite promises of transparency
The Canada Revenue Agency has gone quiet on the $595 million media bailout despite earlier promises of transparency according to Blacklock’s Reporter.
Trudeau’s camping bursary is an expensive distraction from the issues at hand
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party made a new campaign promise today called “a camping experience for every kid in Canada” which unsurprisingly has another heavy price tag attached to it.
True North journalist banned from covering Liberal campaign for fourth day in a row
September 25 marks the fourth day of Andrew Lawton being the only journalist following the Liberal campaign to not be accredited and permitted access to the campaign bus, as well as numerous Liberal events.
Unions sinking the most money into Canadian election
Most think of big corporations and wealthy individuals as major financial influencers, but the actual donation totals and sphere of influence heavily favours labour unions.
Former Liberal adviser says government racially insensitive and calls minorities “ethnic vote banks”
Aziz went on to say that the Liberal government views certain minority groups as “ethnic vote banks” and that most of his colleagues were subtly racist.
Trudeau dodging reporters and opting out of debates
For the last three days, Prime Minister Trudeau has come under fire for repeatedly dodging reporters and keeping silent, while all the other candidates are busing giving interviews, and comments.
Liberal Party continues to support two B.C. candidates known for past misconduct
One of the candidates, a lawyer, was suspended from practicing law after they failed to pay their GST. The other lied on their CMHC loan application.