The Liberals only debate when they can set the rules
Justin Trudeau’s decision to only appear in two out of five debates shouldn’t surprise anybody. The fact that Trudeau agreed…
Federal Court to hear six challenges to Trudeau’s approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline
The Federal Court of Appeal has decided that it will hear six challenges to the Trudeau government’s approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
DISTURBING: Trudeau Liberals knew of candidate’s alleged anti-Semitic past
According to statements made by the now dropped Liberal candidate, Trudeau’s party not only knew about the comments he made, but they were also allegedly preparing a PR plan to help him out…
Liberals turn down 26 Canada Summer Jobs organizations for pro-life views
The Liberal government turned down 26 applications for Canada Summer Jobs funding because they were suspected of having pro-life views.
‘Complicit in coverup’ – ‘PM thinks he’s above law’: opposition reacts after Liberals prevent ethics commissioner’s testimony
“They are complicit in (Trudeau’s) attempt at obstruction of justice,” Conservative MP Peter Kent told reporters after the Ethics committee meeting adjourned.
Liberals and Conservatives in dead heat despite damning ethics report
According to a new Ipsos poll, the Liberals have gained two percentage points and the Conservatives have lost the same amount since July 15th.
Trudeau can no longer just resign—his party was complicit
While journalists may attempt to theory craft or divert the attention of Canadians, most, like a younger version of Trudeau, are sick and tired of waking up almost every day to find a new government scandal.
UPDATE: Embattled Liberal MP apologizes for using photos from U.S. detention camps to attack Conservatives
Liberal MP Adam Vaughan compared Doug Ford’s immigration policy to ICE camps in the U.S. in a now-deleted tweet. He was quickly rebuked.
Former Liberal Minister supports Communist China over pro-democracy Hong Kong
On Monday, roughly 400 joined Michael Chan, a Former Ontario Liberal Minister, in Markham to rally support for China’s continued rule over Hong Kong
As election looms, Liberals short almost 100 candidates
Still short nearly 100 candidates for the October 21st general election, the Liberal Party of Canada is downplaying its invocation of an ‘electoral urgency’ clause that allows them to circumvent traditional nomination processes.