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 ...
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
Krayden: Trump puts environmental crusaders in their place Poor Justin Trudeau. The prime minister is “disappointed” that President Donald Trump has yanked the United States out of the ridiculous Paris climate accord. Our minister of the environment and “climate change” (yes, that’s her official title) is also disappointed. But Catherine McKenna assured Canadians on Thursday that the U.S. walking out of this environmental boutique won’t stop the deluge
Trudeau is the scary one, not Scheer Andrew Scheer’s leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada wasn’t an hour old before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals released their attack dogs on him. Having for months warned Canadians about the dangers of electing the “libertarian” Maxime Bernier, they immediately shifted gears to attacking the “social conservative” Scheer whom, they warned, would deny women abortions and gay couples the right to marry
Trudeau’s carbon plan will fail To be credible, a carbon pricing plan intended to reduce industrial greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change should be national in scope, consistent in application and 100% revenue neutral. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon pricing plan, released last week by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, is none of these things. It is a political fraud because it will not do the things the Trudeau government
Don't be duped by Trudeau's carbon pricing plan BY LORRIE GOLDSTEIN, TORONTO SUN FIRST POSTED: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017 05:31 PM EDT | UPDATED: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017 06:12 PM EDT Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon pricing plan is exposed as a political fraud by its failure to explain how it will help achieve the government’s emission reduction targets for 2020 and 2030. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/PHOTO) Prime Minister Justin Tru...
How the Pierre Trudeau government turned a blind eye to Africa massacres Geoffrey York JOHANNESBURG — The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, May 14, 2017 9:39PM EDT Last updated Monday, May 15, 2017 1:26PM EDT There was disturbing news in the cables from the Canadian diplomats in Harare. High-level sources had revealed to the Canadians that Robert Mugabe’s soldiers were slaughtering thousands of dissidents in western Zimbabwe
Forget about Trump, worry about Trudeau Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is seen during Question Period on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld If Canada’s chattering classes can tear themselves away from Donald Trump for a moment, have they noticed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stopped answering even the most basic and reasonable questions in Parliament? Questions such as how many times has he met with
Feds spent almost $2,000 on 'vanity project' cut-outs of Trudeau Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stands in the House of Commons during Question Period on Parliament in Ottawa, Monday May 8, 2017.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand Life-size cut-outs of Justin are all the rage these days. And no, we're not talking about Bieber. On Tuesday it was revealed the federal government spent $1877.24 of taxpayer dollars on 14 celebrity-style cardboard cut-outs of P
Trudeau’s non-answer answers are not transparency By now, most Canadians tuned in to federal politics have come to realize they were conned by all the promises of heightened transparency and accountability that were dished out when Justin Trudeau was making his run to be prime minister. His Liberal government is anything but transparent. If Trudeau has mastered anything since assuming the mantle of prime minister, it is the art of giving non-answe