After nearly six years in power, PM Justin Trudeau has not once referenced Anglophone-Canadians in any way, shape or form. Nor have Canadian media. Read more
Canada in 2021 is a Trudeau controlled pseudo-dictatorship– the Liberal Party of Canada will never lose an election again.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault responded by saying that “Quebecers know the difference between a mask protecting against a virus and a mask worn for religious reasons.” Read more
Multiculturalism is– and always has been– a punitive government policy toward “Old Stock” Canadians.
Has Justin Trudeau just let Quebec off-the-hook as he walks the rest of Canada down the plank toward pseudo-dictatorship status? Read more
Is Alberta Premier Jason Kenney about to remain idle by while a timely opportunity to rectify eastern versus western power dynamics pass him by? Read more
The messaging is clear: as it benefits the Trudeau government, Premier Jason Kenney will permit an opportunity for political autonomy in Alberta to slide through his hands. Read more
At the hand of Justin Trudeau, Quebec– which did not sign the Constitution Act in 1982– is nonetheless endowed with the singular privilege of the power to amend it. Read more
“Bill 96 is more damaging, more far-reaching, than the Meech Lake or Charlottetown Accords.” Read more
As a result of Trudeau’s remarks — in which he agreed Quebec can rewrite certain sections of the Constitution– the province could progress from distinct society to distinct nation. Read more
What our prime minister is really doing is setting up Quebec to be exempt from his Great Reset plans for the rest of Canada. Read more