“Perception is reality,” said one of the Liberal MPs in an interview with The Hill Times on a not-for-attribution basis. “If the RCMP comes in, we’re cooked.” CAP find this comment to be one of the most curious political statements we have heard in a long time.
As the news broke, Canadians were surprised to learn that despite the contravention, there will be no punishment. This is because Canada’s Conflict of Interest Act “does not provide for any sanctions for breaches found following an examination by the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner.”
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion has found that after taking months to review “troubling” evidence relevant legal and constitutional principles, Trudeau contravened section nine of the Act, which states that public office holders are PROHIBITED from using their position to seek to influence a decision that furthers the interest of a private third party.
A Waterloo man is suing the prime minister after he says his fiancée was denied a temporary resident visa. Patrick Kinsella requested to bring his Kenyan fiancée to Canada to stay with him after he says he suffered a pair of strokes. But he says Ottawa rejected her visa due to “racist” policies.
The 74-year old Diane Blain is taking legal action against Trudeau after she alleges his bodyguards acted abusively towards her and the prime minister defamed her character at an August 16 event in Sabrevois, Quebec.
The curious political stylings of Justin Trudeau continue to roll. Questioned on the idea of charging returning ISIS murderers with crimes against humanity, our PM issues A CAVEAT.
More than THREE QUARTERS (76 per cent) of respondents to a survey by Public Square Research and Maru/Blue agreed that Canada should do more to encourage skilled labourers to immigrate to the country, while 57 PER CENT SAID CANADA SHOULD NOT be accepting more refugees.
“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.
The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal from the Canadian Arab Federation over a federal decision to cut funding due to allegations the group supported the actions of terrorist organizations.
The bill, if adopted definitively, would enshrine the enactment of a state of emergency into France’s constitution and allow authorities to strip French nationality from people convicted of terrorism charges.