Voters at long last fed up with Grit smugness – Hopefully the entire crooked party gets decimated for decades!!

Voters at long last fed up with Grit smugness – Hopefully the entire crooked party gets decimated for decades!!
Voters at long last fed up with Grit smugness In 1993, all that remained was a party of two when Tory Prime Minister Kim Campbell went down to a stunning defeat in a Liberal sweep. Campbell was toast after barely four months in office. Now history may be set to repeat itself with the provincial Liberals. According to a new Forum Research poll released exclusively to the Toronto Sun, the Liberal party under the leadership of Premier Kathleen Wynne s

Ontario’s debt a selfish burden on future generations

Ontario’s debt a selfish burden on future generations
Ontario's debt a selfish burden on future generations - These two pathetic premieres of Ontario will go down as the worst leaders this province has ever seen. Their greed and lust for political power, completely at the expense of the taxpayer and hydro rate payer is shameful. The seeds of Ontario’s growing debt addiction were sown in the fertile soil of the 1999 provincial election campaign. Dalton McGuinty, the future premier, entered the campaign a

Trudeau Foundation sponsors Liberal MP’s travel, raising conflict of interest concerns for PM

Trudeau Foundation sponsors Liberal MP’s travel, raising conflict of interest concerns for PM
Trudeau Foundation sponsors Liberal MP’s travel, raising conflict of interest concerns for PM The Trudeau Foundation paid for a Liberal MP’s trip to London, England, to speak at one of its conferences last year, which critics say creates a conflict of interest for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government. The foundation spent $2,760.12 to send Liberal MP Arif Virani, parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, to the conference from

Time for Wynne to step down?

Time for Wynne to step down?
Time for Wynne to step down? Premier Kathleen Wynne’s freshness date may finally have passed. Wynne’s approval rating has dropped to a new all-time low of just 12%, according to a poll released by the Angus Reid Institute Friday. Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Institute said, “We tend to see premiers offering up their resignations or quitting politics when their approval levels get to this point.” Indeed, in September of 2012

Wynne downplays falling popularity as former minister warns Liberals face election disaster

Wynne downplays falling popularity as former minister warns Liberals face election disaster
Wynne downplays falling popularity as former minister warns Liberals face election disaster Premier hopes public opinion will change once hydro cuts take effect this summer. Premier Kathleen Wynne is downplaying polls that show her popularity in decline and a warning from former finance minister Greg Sorbara that the Liberals are in “grave danger” of losing the 2018 election. “There’s no secret there have always been people in the Liberal party who

Justin Trudeau’s promise of transparency is starting to look empty: Editorial

Justin Trudeau’s promise of transparency is starting to look empty: Editorial
Justin Trudeau’s promise of transparency is starting to look empty: Editorial - Delay on access-to-information reform suggests the Liberals are the latest party to promise openness on their way to power, only to recoil from scrutiny once in government. The announcement this week that the Trudeau government will indefinitely delay its planned reforms of Canada’s antique and out-of-order access-to-information law will come as no great shock to keen studen

Budget offers no escape from red ink – Over $100 billion in debt added over 5 years!

Budget offers no escape from red ink – Over $100 billion in debt added over 5 years!
Budget offers no escape from red ink - Over $100 billion in debt added over 5 years! The government’s own finance department warned the Liberals late last year to change course. A department report spelled out that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first budget had put Canada on the path to financial ruin. Yet the budget finance minister Bill Morneau tabled Wednesday shows the Liberals did little to heed the warning. It offers no plan of escape from ye

Federal Budget 2017 proves Liberal plan is failing

Federal Budget 2017 proves Liberal plan is failing
Federal Budget 2017 proves Liberal plan is failing In listening to Finance Minister Bill Morneau deliver his government’s 2017 Budget, it’s clearly evident the minister and his government believe their plan is working. “A year and a half ago, our Government set out to deliver the kind of change that would make a real difference for Canadians,” Minister Morneau noted in his speech. “We’ve delivered on behalf of Canadians.” The 2017 Budget is littered

Ontarians should be running for the hills from Wynne

Ontarians should be running for the hills from Wynne
Ontarians should be running for the hills from Wynne It’s incredible what happens when you tell people you’re going to let them keep a little more of their hard-earned money. They tend to be less angry, frustrated and stressed. The Ontario Liberals knew that when they announced an obscenely costly 25% cut in our hydro bills. A poll by Mainstreet Research shows Ontarians softening their views, slightly, about Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals af

Liberals must clear up absurd border situation

Liberals must clear up absurd border situation
Liberals must clear up absurd border situation   Both Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and his U.S. counterpart, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, emerged from their meeting in Ottawa on Friday “perplexed.” That was Kelly’s description, though he said it could be applied to all the players in the room. Those players were, of course, discussing what I prefer to call the raging refuge crisis on the U.S.-Canadian border b