A Liberal-dominated parliamentary committee’s report on rural crime is “an insult to all Canadians,” Conservative MP’s say in a dissenting statement that decries waits of hours or even days for police to respond to calls in remote areas.
In 2011, the Conservative Party of Canada pledged to tackle human trafficking, creating the National Action Plan on June 6th, 2012. It assembled “Canada’s first integrated law enforcement team dedicated to combating human trafficking in Canada and abroad.”
The Trudeau government cancelled the plan in 2016.
“The Liberal government has not just hurt (Vice-Admiral) Norman; there has been so much collateral damage affecting every member of the integrated team that worked on that file, either DMs retired out early, ADMs promoted quietly out of Ottawa,” Gabie stated.
Trudeau made a rare appearance at Question Period, after having skipped the past few sessions to avoid accountability in the Mark Norman affair. But even when he returned, he didn’t even stay long enough to show his support for the motion apologizing to Mark Norman.
While the government has failed in any meaningful way to prosecute the dozens of ISIS returnees who are walking around freely on Canadian soil, they were somehow able to toss the former head of the Navy’s life into limbo for two years on an allegation recently thrown out of court.
The Trudeau government is playing politics with the most horrific and unimaginable form of political violence: genocide.
The Liberals aren’t planning to vote in favour of a Conservative motion introduced in the House of Commons Thursday that condemns the Islamic State for genocide against Yazidis, Christians and Shia Muslims.
In what was a pretty arrogant answer, Trudeau essentially said that the matter is too complex to leave in the hands of voters.
By stating early in his tenure that Canada has “no core identity” and “no mainstream,” Trudeau has effectively opened the door to the demise of our national heritage.
Ontario Community Safety Minister Yaser Naqvi said the province has offered to help the Alberta government by sending firefighters along with any equipment they will need to combat the raging wildfires.