If the Liberal party chooses to offer up Trudeau for a second term as its leader during this fall’s federal election, it DESERVES defeat. At its heart, the matter is about character. Trudeau tried to meddle in Canada’s justice system to achieve a positive outcome for Quebec-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.
“There’s been a drastic decline in the acceptance and the welcoming, specifically of refugees,” said Dorota Blumczynska, executive director of the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba.
Once again, a majority of Canadians stand in opposition to Trudeau government policy. How many million times does this have to occur before someone–hello establishment media– point this out to the people of Canada.
Senator Raynell Andreychuk of Saskatchewn pointed out that “Selection committees appointed by the government means they are(Liberals) intruding on freedom of the press.”
If Bill C-14 becomes law, it won’t be traceable to the initiative of any elected Canadian government.
30 year old Maryam Monsef refuses to allow a referendum to take place regarding the Liberal government’s plan to unilaterally transform Canada’s electoral voting process.
It may just be that Justin Trudeau thinks he has enough sunny-ways political capital to push this through on his own terms. If he does so, over the objections of the other parties, it will stink of illegitimacy.
LONDON — London’s new mayor Sadiq Khan Wednesday promised to help Hillary Clinton defeat Donald Trump in November’s presidential election — insisting the race for the White House was now “personal.”
The Liberals stacked the deck and announced a committee giving them complete control over changes to our voting system. When they change the rules of democracy, everyone should have a say, Conservative interim leader Rona Ambrose charged.
During last year’s election campaign, global democracy advocacy wasn’t on anyone’s foreign-policy radar. There’s no evidence that Justin Trudeau’s government is possessed of any particular vision on the subject.