The growing Muslim populations in the West have led inevitably to politicians pandering to them, with little or no critical thought or care to avoid Islamic leaders who preach values opposed to Western values.
“The RCMP investigation that led to a criminal charge against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was set in motion by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was FURIOUS at the leak of classified cabinet deliberations involving a $668-million naval supply ship contract, sources say.
Truth is indeed stranger than fiction. According to Elections Canada, about 207,000 voter information cards were sent out in the last election to people that are DEAD. Another 57,500 went to people that were not Canadian citizens.
The suburban Toronto neighborhoods reached by area code 905, key constituencies in this campaign thanks in part to a redistribution of parliamentary seats, are home to hundreds of thousands of immigrants drawn to a nation that for decades has been a refuge for victims of war and oppression.
Stephen Harper is making no apologies for attack ads and flyers being distributed in Punjabi and Cantonese that warn a Trudeau government would lead to “illegal drug injection sites in our neighbourhoods” and “brothels in our communities.”
Elections Canada says its staff are ready for any voters who want to cast a ballot, even if their faces are covered…
Canadians headed to the advance polls in massive numbers this weekend with more than 2.4 million votes cast so far…
Under Canadian federal election rules, a person is allowed to vote while wearing a face covering, as long as they take an oath attesting they are eligible to vote and show two pieces of identification, at least one of which shows their current address…
With less than a week to go before election day, both Trudeau and Mulcair said they’ll do what it takes to remove Conservative Leader Stephen Harper from power…
The next prime minister of Canada will be determined largely by Ontario voters.
With 121 of the 338 seats at stake in the Oct. 19 election, Canada’s most populous province is far and away its most politically important.
Ontario has more seats in the House of Commons than the combined tally of the second and third biggest provinces, Quebec and British Columbia.
MPs from the province accounted for about 44 per cent of the most recent Conservative government caucus and almost 56 per cent of the members of the previous Liberal government in Ottawa.
While the leaders are focusing a lot of attention on Toronto and its surrounding suburbs — where literally dozens of seats are in play, according to public opinion polls — there are many other races to watch over the coming weeks.