Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a TRIBUTE as he welcomed King Abdullah II on his fifth visit to Canada in 20 years as leader of the strategically important Middle Eastern country that borders Syria and Iraq.
Before former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper was ousted from office by Liberal challenger Justin Trudeau in 2015, he popularized a succinct but under-utilized term–“Old Stock” Canadians.
Condemnation from CBC? Nothing, zero, zilch. How doe we know this? Because CBC has not covered the Jess Allen Story period. Why not? Because the Trudeau government instructs them not to.
“Today, Sikhs in Canada and around the world will gather to celebrate the 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism.
“The main problem is not with the test itself, but with the fact the test is implying that immigrants have a problem when it comes to our values,” said Haroun Bouazzi, co-president of the Association of Muslims and Arabs for Laicity in Quebec.
The Canadian government has funded the publication of a Muslim voting guide by Wilfrid Laurier University’s Canadian Islamophobia Industry Research Project.
A jury found Abdulahi Hasan Sharif guilty on all charges including five counts of attempted murder, after a three-week trial that was in part defined by what wasn’t before the jury.
Rumour has it the King of Canada is about to appoint a Muslim-Canadian mayor of Calgary to his Liberal Cabinet. Thus far– no surprise–establishment media are presenting this as if it is as typical as rain on a North Vancouver winter day.
As CAP readers know well, we are 100% opposed to MP Ahmed Hussen holding the immigration minister portfolio within the Trudeau government.
CAP find this strange dynamic to be one of the most essential–and least exposed–element of the globalist assault upon a specific segment of Canadian society. It is equally as curious as to why this situation has been excluded from media narrative in Canada since the day multiculturalism was forced upon our society