‘You’re privileged’: Mulcair blasts Justin Trudeau for ‘hypocrisy’ on marijuana possession charges

‘You’re privileged’: Mulcair blasts Justin Trudeau for ‘hypocrisy’ on marijuana possession charges
‘You’re privileged’: Mulcair blasts Justin Trudeau for ‘hypocrisy’ on marijuana possession charges Kristy Kirkup, The Canadian Press Prime Minister Justin Trudeau smoked marijuana as an MP but he has not suffered the same consequences as Canadians who are slapped with simple pot charges, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair said Tuesday –an example, he says, of “abject hypocrisy.” Mulcair took aim at Trudeau for his assertion that he wants to make things fairer for

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

John Ivison: Radical U.S. environmentalist calls Trudeau ‘stunning hypocrite,’ targets museum’s links to oil

John Ivison: Radical U.S. environmentalist calls Trudeau ‘stunning hypocrite,’ targets museum’s links to oil
John Ivison: Radical U.S. environmentalist calls Trudeau ‘stunning hypocrite,’ targets museum’s links to oil John Ivison Bill McKibben, a radical U.S. environmentalist who would prefer to keep all carbon in the ground, has upset the Trudeau government by calling the prime minister “the brother” of Donald Trump on climate change. Now, McKibben is lobbying the Canadian Museum of History to cut ties with its sponsor, the Canadian Association of Petroleum

Trudeau is nickel-and-diming Canadians to death – Trudeau can’t control his spending, and he’s finding lots of ways to make you pay for it

Trudeau is nickel-and-diming Canadians to death – Trudeau can’t control his spending, and he’s finding lots of ways to make you pay for it
Trudeau is nickel-and-diming Canadians to death - too bad this moron has no concept of what it like to earn a living. He has always been living off taxpayer dollars in one form or another. Trudeau can’t control his spending, and he’s finding lots of ways to make you pay for it Justin Trudeau just made your life more expensive. And he couldn’t care less. Picture this: You’re one of the almost two million Canadians who claim the Public Transit Tax C

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,

April Fools!: Trudeau tweets he wants to punch Matthew Perry in ‘rematch’— and U.S. media fell for it

April Fools!: Trudeau tweets he wants to punch Matthew Perry in ‘rematch’— and U.S. media fell for it
April Fools!: Trudeau tweets he wants to punch Matthew Perry in ‘rematch’— and U.S. media fell for it - Too bad this is a joke. I would love to see Matthew Perry beat the snot out of that fool.   OTTAWA — The Prime Minister has gotten in on the April Fools’ Day spirit with a lighthearted tweet aimed at former “Friends” star — and classmate — Matthew Perry. Justin Trudeau and the actor, who played Chandler Bing on the sitcom, both attended Rockc

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

Trudeau’s either clueless or hypocritical on democratic reform

Trudeau’s either clueless or hypocritical on democratic reform
Trudeau's either clueless or hypocritical on democratic reform Canadians have to wonder not only about the federal Liberals’ commitment to democratic reform, but about their understanding of democracy itself. For the second time in less than a year, the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is attempting to change the rules of Parliament to limit the opposition’s ability to hold the Liberals to account and delay the passage of government bills.

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