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.
What is curious is the number of members of the governing party who are quitting after just ONE TERM in office, despite there being potential for Justin Trudeau to win again in October.
“We recognize the SIGNIFICANT contributions that Palestinian Canadians have made to the Canadian society, and the importance of education; and we reflect on the contributions of the Palestinian culture. We, the undersigned, residents of Canada, call upon the Government of Canada to name November 29, EVERY YEAR, Palestinian Heritage Day.
Derrick James from Winnipeg brought forward the fifth most popular e-petition on the parliamentary petition portal in March 2017. The petition calls on the government to amend the Constitution Act to state that “Sharia law or separate Sharia family courts will NEVER have a place in the Canadian Justice System.”
“The Canadian Multiculturalism Act is in many senses an ILL-CONSIDERED document, focused so squarely on today that it ignores tomorrow.” So said Trinidad-born Neil Bissoondath 25 years ago in his bestselling book Selling Illusions; a stinging critique of Canada’s misguided experiment with official multiculturalism. The statement’s even MORE RELEVANT today.
The Quebec government has passed a controversial immigration reform bill which will scrap thousands of ongoing applications to live and work in the province. Bill 9 was voted into law by the ruling Coalition Avenir Quebec party after a marathon 19-hour session in the National Assembly in the early hours of Sunday June 16.
Unsurprisingly, the Liberals targeted Canadian Christians and Conservatives, denying funding to groups doing good work unless they signed up for their anti-Christian, abortion-pushing ideological propaganda.
The Sahel Alliance seeks to help stabilize the five Sahel countries—Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso and Chad—facing chronic insecurity, rising extremism and terrorist threats, lack of economic prospects and access to education, jobs and essential services such as water and electricity.
Canada will increase its spending to 1.4 billion Canadian dollars by 2023 from C$1.1 billion currently, he announced at the world’s largest conference on gender equality, We Deliver, positioning his country as a leading donor internationally.
Justin Trudeau has accomplished more for the Islamic community of Canada in four years than would have organically occurred over the course of three decades. Part of the reason is found in the Cabinet Members and Members Of Parliament Mr. Trudeau selected to empower within the Liberal Caucus.