New poll shows nearly 70 percent of Canadians believe Canada is broken
While not every Canadian has an answer on how to fix the railway blockade situation, most can agree that the government is failing to address the crisis.
Trudeau blasted for empty office buildings in downtown Calgary and mine cancellation
Conservative leadership candidates attacked Trudeau, including Erin O’Toole saying that an empty building in Calgary should be renamed the “Trudeau Tower.”
Eco-radicals celebrate the cancellation of Alberta Teck mine
Canadians are tweeting about Teck Frontier oil’s withdrawal of their application for their Alberta sand mines project—a cancellation that has Canadians polarized.
Trudeau admits Scheer was right by calling for blockades to end
Let’s hope that for the good of our economy and our communities that Trudeau doesn’t fail once again in getting the police to clear the blockades.
Trudeau calls for end of blockades
Trudeau officially called for the blockades to come down. “All Canadians are paying the price… Essential goods cannot get to where they need to go. The situation where it currently stands is unacceptable and untenable,” said Trudeau.
Open letter by 41 Nobel Prize winners demands Trudeau stop Teck Mine
A list of 41 Nobel Prize winners have signed a petition urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to stop the Teck Frontier mine in Alberta.
Trudeau’s offer to swap RCMP for Indigenous cops is turned down by Wet’suwet’en chief
Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs are sticking to their demands of the withdrawal of the RCMP from their land before meeting with government leaders.
Trudeau to hold meeting with premiers over anti-pipeline blockades
Prime Minister Trudeau will hold a meeting with the Canadian premiers to update what the government’s plan to deal with anti-pipeline protestors blockades
#TrudeauIsNotFitForOffice trends nationally on Twitter
In recent hours, thousands of tweets have flooded in with the hashtag #TrudeauIsNotFitForOffice, with the slogan trending at number five nationally.
Gas prices expected to spike amid pipeline protests
Analysts are suggesting that the anti-pipeline protests that have blockaded railways, roads and certain ports are likely to result in a spike in gas prices.