Trudeau says father used connections to get brother Michel cleared of pot charges – must be nice to be above the law.

Trudeau says father used connections to get brother Michel cleared of pot charges – must be nice to be above the law.
Trudeau says father used connections to get brother Michel cleared of pot charges TORONTO — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his younger brother, Michel, was able to avoid a criminal record after he was caught with marijuana because of his father’s connections. Trudeau revealed the little-known fact about his brother, who died in a B.C. avalanche about 20 years ago, during a broadcast interview with Vice Media on Monday night about the government’s

Trudeau’s $100 billion boondoggle Liberals have stretched definition of ‘infrastructure’ spending to the point of meaninglessness

Trudeau’s $100 billion boondoggle Liberals have stretched definition of ‘infrastructure’ spending to the point of meaninglessness
Trudeau’s $100 billion boondoggle - Trudeau continues to spend money like a drunken sailor. But why would he care, he has spend his life spending other peoples money. When he says "infrastructure", he does not mean Canada's. Liberals have stretched definition of ‘infrastructure’ spending to the point of meaninglessness Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits caregivers and their family members at Malvern Family Resource Centre in Toronto on Friday March 31,

Admit it, Canada, you’re racist!

Admit it, Canada, you’re racist!
Admit it, Canada, you're racist! Memo from: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau To: My fellow Canadians Re: Immigration It has come to my attention that despite my best efforts to divert you from my disastrous economic record by playing the “Islamophobia” card, too many of you still aren’t getting the message. Why, just the other day I read the results of a Forum Research poll that said 44% of you believe that we should not allow asylum seekers wh

Tory MP says $1,300 per person for food, drink on PM’s plane is ‘outrageous’

Tory MP says $1,300 per person for food, drink on PM’s plane is ‘outrageous’
Tory MP says $1,300 per person for food, drink on PM's plane is 'outrageous' OTTAWA - Passengers who accompanied Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his first two international trips were apparently well fed. The government has revealed, in response to a written question by the Conservatives, that the cost of food and beverages supplied aboard a government Airbus used for the trips amounted to just over $1,300 per person. Conservative MP Blaine Cal

3 bureaucrats spent $12Gs dining in Paris, and we picked up the bill

3 bureaucrats spent $12Gs dining in Paris, and we picked up the bill
What a disgrace!!  This airhead and her fellow liberal morons should resign as they are doing nothing for taxpayers except filling their faces at the public trough. They are pigs.  Opinion of LL 3 bureaucrats spent $12Gs dining in Paris, and we picked up the bill OTTAWA -- A trio of Environment Canada bureaucrats ate their way through more than $12,000 worth of fine Parisian cuisine during last fall's big climate change conference. Those three

KRAYDEN: Welcome to the taxpayer hall of shame, Catherine McKenna

KRAYDEN: Welcome to the taxpayer hall of shame, Catherine McKenna
KRAYDEN: Welcome to the taxpayer hall of shame, Catherine McKenna What’s next for Ottawa MP and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna? A trip to the Cannes Film Festival accompanied by photographers eager to document her selfless work for Canada? The news that McKenna paid a French photographer $$6,600 to record her pedestrian activities at last year’s COP21 climate change conference should surely induce mild nausea. But even more perturbing ar

Feds spent $10,681 on photos of Catherine McKenna and her staff during Paris climate change talks

Feds spent $10,681 on photos of Catherine McKenna and her staff during Paris climate change talks
What an arrogant air head! She feels the need to be important by wasting taxpayer dollars on a photo op.  Did no one have a cell phone or was everyone too busy trying to get some selfies. The federal environment department paid a French photojournalist $10,681 to take pictures of its minister, Catherine McKenna, and her staff during the COP21 conference on climate change in Paris last year. Documents given to CTV News initially had the figure in

Pork-barrel spending is alive and well under Trudeau

Pork-barrel spending is alive and well under Trudeau
Pork-barrel spending is alive and well under Trudeau OTTAWA - The federal government’s grandly titled “Atlantic Growth Strategy” was in action Monday. As the minister in charge of this strategy, Navdeep Bains, put it, this “Atlantic Growth Strategy” involves “targeted investments” that will help boost the region’s “long-term prosperity.” So what were Monday’s “targeted investments”? Paving a parking lot at a theatre and building new forward tees

Want to reduce dubious expenses? Post the receipts online – in other words, shame the entitled liberals

Want to reduce dubious expenses? Post the receipts online – in other words, shame the entitled liberals
Want to reduce dubious expenses? Post the receipts online Last week, news broke that federal Health Minister Jane Philpott had spent $1,700 on a high-end car service for a single day of driving her around the Toronto area. Her office then revealed there were more in the same vein: a $2,000 bill for a car on the day the minister spoke at a July meeting in Niagara Falls; $3,800 for 20 trips ($190 each) to Toronto’s Pearson Airport before flying to Ottaw

Philpott billed taxpayers $520 for Air Canada lounge access, document shows

Philpott billed taxpayers $520 for Air Canada lounge access, document shows
Here is some one who is trying to pretend that she is actually important at the expense of the taxpayer. It just shows that liberals think they are entitled to their entitlements. Philpott billed taxpayers $520 for Air Canada lounge access, document shows OTTAWA -- The controversy surrounding Jane Philpott's travel expenses grew Monday as evidence surfaced that the federal Liberal health minister billed taxpayers $520 for access to Air Canada's exe