There’s the smell of blood in the Liberal waters. One can only hope the media sharks go on the same feeding and tweet frenzy with the Wynne Liberals when all the courtroom doors finally swing open this week as they did with the Harperites when the ol’ Duff was tossed overboard like chum bait. If any government in recent memory needs to be filleted and fried, it’s the Dalton McGuinty-Kathleen Wynne Liberals. Innocent until proven guilty? It’s a lov...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has sunk to a new low, he has not only rewarded a convicted terrorist with millions of dollars in tax payer dollars, but he has gone out of his way to ensure the the families of his victims did not have access to those funds. The families of his victims were awarded of $100 million dollars and attempted to freeze terrorist Khadr's assets, but Trudeau has secretly paid off Khadr quickly, even though no court has told him to do ...
Ontario's debt is ridiculously out of control, and will only continue to get worse under the liberals. The Ontario liberals have made this province the most debt ridden province in history. The debt is projected to hit $312 BILLION in 2017 and $336 by 2019-2020. It is hard to believe that anyone could run things so horribly, without actually trying to bankrupt this province, but the liberals are certainly doing just that. They are the masters of lyin
Honest talk on immigration needed There is a deliberate attempt to stifle debate and silence dissenting voices in today’s political climate. Nowhere is this unfortunate trend more evident than in discussions about immigration and integration. In Canada, elites in Liberal party circles and the mainstream media are so worried about a “backlash” against the Trudeau government’s open-border agenda, they’re willing to cover up the news and spread false in
John Ivison: With voter support tumbling, a tactical reset is in order for Liberals It seems for a good number of Canadians, the realization has taken hold that this is a PM with no first-hand experience of the lives of the people he champions John Ivison June 21, 2017 8:56 PM EDT OTTAWA — The House of Commons is out for summer and the great chamber will echo the sounds of tour groups, rather than heckling, for the next three months. Most C
John Ivison: Failed Access to Information reforms the latest in a string of broken Liberal promises John Ivison: The Liberals’ new legislation is consistent with the realization that if they don’t know what you’re doing, they don’t know what you’re doing wrong John Ivison June 20, 2017 6:06 PM EDT Governments that came to power used to be able to burn their old speeches. Sadly for incoming prime ministers in the digital ag
There will be a reckoning for Trudeau’s Liberals when summer vacation is over: Harper Canadian voters have given this government a long leash, but they may not be enamoured at what they see when they return in the fall. Tim Harper Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, shown during a visit to Rome in May. With the Senate embroiled in a constitutional debate over a Liberal budget bill this week, it is Trudeau's saving grace that summer is approaching and C
Syrian refugee process bungled by Trudeau New details emerged this week revealing the chaos surrounding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 2015 pledge to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees on a fast-tracked timeline. As reported exclusively in the Sun, an internal government memo suggests the Trudeau government did not conduct proper background checks and security screening on some Syrian refugees coming into Canada. According to the November, 2015 memo,
Refugee background checks may have been flawed: Memo Justin Trudeau’s fast-tracked Syrian refugee program may not have conducted proper background checks in some cases, a government memo obtained by the Toronto Sun reveals. The memo — dated November 2015 and compiled by civil servants in the department of Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) — raises serious questions about the screening and vetting Syrian refugees received before coming
Morneau’s ‘tax escalator’ a bad precedent Most taxpayers probably breathed a sigh of relief that Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s spring budget didn’t include any headline-grabbing tax hikes, such as increases in income taxes or business taxes. Rumoured new taxes on health and dental benefits and capital gains thankfully never materialized. But that doesn’t mean taxpayers got off the hook completely. There were still a few small increases, inclu