Category Archives: Justin Trudeau Air Head

Scheer Is A Big Spender

Andrew Scheer led the way among Conservative leadership candidates when it came to spending the most to run his MP office in the first half of the year.

Scheer, a Saskatchewan MP and former Speaker of the House of Commons, spent nearly $263,000 on travel for himself and his family, salaries for employees, accommodation and per diems while in Ottawa, office leases in his riding, and other expenses.


Not to be outdone:

Justin Trudeau took a small army of 44 people with him for a three-day visit to Washington last March, at a cost of more than $25,000.

Carry on.



Trudeau’s magical, mystery climate plan

Canada’s approach to “fighting” climate change is based on magical thinking.

Consider: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced to much fanfare that he is going to ratify the Paris climate treaty.

In doing so, he has pledged to lower our industrial greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change to the same levels as former prime minister Stephen Harper promised, back when the Liberals called Harper a climate denier.

Trudeau Wants Canadians to Be Patient With Immigrants

We’re not letting Trudeau’s favourite voters block integrate slowly enough:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the example of Italian grandmothers in Montreal to explain Thursday why Canadians shouldn’t be “overly impatient” with the integration of newcomers.

Being fearful of immigrants is “nothing new” in Canada and around the world, he said, adding that Italians and Greeks settling in Montreal in the 1950s faced similar kinds of discrimination as do Muslims and other immigrants today.

“The first generation is always going to have challenges in integrating,” Trudeau said during a panel discussion with London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

“There are districts (in Montreal) where Italian grandmothers still pretty much only speak Italian and don’t speak that much French or English. But their kids and grandkids are seamlessly and completely integrated into Montreal and the only difference is they tend to be trilingual and not just bilingual.”

The prime minister was taking part in a day-long conference hosted by Canada 2020, which describes itself as a progressive think-tank.

All PM Hair-Boy has shown is how little most immigrants integrate and how integration is not expected of them, allowing them to balkanise major urban centres.

Not that he cares as he has shown little empathy or knowledge of how the average Canadian feels. No doubt, he has been warned by his handlers that his immigration policies are not working.



New Brunswick has managed to keep roughly 95 per cent of the Syrian refugees that settled in the province earlier this year but more work needs to be done on making sure the remainder stay in their new communities, according to two officials.

Both Mike Timani, the president of the New Brunswick Multicultural Association, and Alex LeBlanc, the group’s executive director, say it is common that some refugees will decide to leave a province after they have settled.

They were responding to concerns that Syrian refugee families were leaving New Brunswick to settle in larger centres across Canada.

The New Brunswick Multicultural Association says roughly five per cent of Syrian refugee families have left the province.

Unions Are Trudeau’s Best Friends

or some of them:

Canadians were reminded of one such example when the prime minister highlighted in his Labour Day message a commitment his government made in the 2016 federal budget: A promise of $85.4 million over five years to support union-based apprenticeship training. While investments in apprenticeship training are critical to address the looming labour shortages in the construction sector, this particular investment completely ignores current employment realities. 

The issue is simple: outside of Quebec, the vast majority of employment in construction is in the open shop sector, wherein union membership is not a condition of employment. For example, in Saskatchewan 15 per cent of the construction workforce is unionized versus 85 per cent in the open shop sector. In Alberta, less than 20 per cent of the construction workforce is represented by a building trades union. In New Brunswick, over 70 per cent of the workforce is open shop. These figures are consistent across the country, yet the federal government has chosen to give millions to union training centres. 

This move could topple Canada’s entire apprenticeship system, which has been working well for decades. No open shop employer is going to send an employee to a union training centre, since those facilities are de facto recruitment centres that include union organization in the training curriculum. Meanwhile, without employers, the bulk of whom are in the open shop sector, there is nowhere for apprentices to work. 


Justin Trudeau Is on the Cover of a Comic Book

trudeau comic book coverThe latest Justin Trudeau moment delighting people around the world is not even one he is responsible for: Mr. Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister, is on the cover of a Marvel comic book.

Is he also in a boxing ring? Check. Does his tank top feature a maple leaf? Yes. Are there any illustrations of him shirtless? No. The artist scrapped the original drafts after concerns that Mr. Trudeau’s bare chest might be too risqué.

Trudeau Is Still Stupid

It’s a congenital thing:

“We should be past tolerance in Canada,” Trudeau said. “In Canada, can we speak of acceptance, openness, friendship, understanding? It is about where we are going and what we are going through every day in our diverse and rich communities.”

These are the same “diverse and rich communities” that Trudeau refused to call “barbaric” and do this to women who don’t cover up:

What Dano threw at her was sulfuric acid that melted her eyes to the sockets and left little of her face. Her nose and lips also disintegrated and one of her ears was severely disfigured. At the time, she was only fifteen, and her life would be changed forever.”


Equally worried about the growth of the pro-Sharia campaign is Alan Craig, a former Newham councillor who has lived in East London for 30 years. He says: ‘This is the public tip of a hidden iceberg.’

He points to the example of street advertisements featuring girls in swimsuits, which are regularly blacked out by Islamic activists who paint burkhas over the models’ bodies. He says Muslim women have also been threatened with violence for not wearing burkhas.


Women are not entitled to respect when they walk around without a Hijab. They are to blame for it when they are attacked,” Imam Shahid Mehdi said.

“All the crimes that occur against women is because they are not covered. When they are not covered, you have no respect for them. “

“She disobeys her master, there are two places in the Qur’an has ordered her to cover themselves (…) Women make a clean society dirty when they walk around without a Hijab. They are not entitled to respect and are not valuable as those who wear a Hijab. “

PM Trulander can play the ‘diverse” community card until his blue blood turns bluer. At the end of the day, he is much like his father in his views of women: anything goes as long as he gets his way (mouths shut and so forth).

No real man would defend this misogynistic thumb-in-the-eye-of-the-culture-at-large. A real man would have principles, not a voters base to exploit.

Also: Trudeau upstages a dying man and will do so at his funeral, too.


Gord Downie’s dad didn’t give him a band.

Trudeau Rewards His Friends

Liberal voters want this:

It’s no secret that Unifor had a hand in getting Trudeau elected. We know they spent at least $300,000 during the election and were also one of the main backers of Engage Canada, the U.S. style Super Pac that ran attack ads against the Conservatives, possibly spending upwards of $1M.

And Trudeau’s not really hiding his appreciation essentially admitting upfront that he was paying them back for the help they gave him to get elected.

Justin PM Useful Idiot

Barbara Kay: How dignity lost its shirt in high office

Justin Trudeau, still pumped from Gay Pride Parade.

Justin Trudeau, still pumped from the Gay Pride Parade.

An Ontario family, out camping in Gatineau Park near Ottawa last weekend, was startled to cross paths with the Prime Minister and his family enjoying a cave-exploration excursion. As is his wont, Justin Trudeau greeted the Godby family members with affability and enthusiasm. And then he posed for the now-obligatory selfie with one of the Godby children.

It apparently did not occur to Trudeau to ask his excited young fan to wait a moment while he put on a shirt.

trudeau is a complete idiot

Syrian refugee marches beside Justin Trudeau in Canadian pride parade

While Justin Trudeau was waving to the crowds and pausing for selfies as Canada’s first prime minister to march in a gay pride parade on Sunday, Bassel Mcleash was walking quietly alongside him trying to summon the courage to speak to the leader of his new country.

The 29-year-old Syrian refugee had hoped to catch a glimpse of Trudeau during the parade, and had even planned what he might say to him. “I wanted to tell him thank you, that I’m Syrian, I arrived here a month ago,” he said.

“Syrian refugee” who marched with Trudeau at Pride is HIV-positive — but Immigration approved him?

pestilence war and death

‘Three Amigos’ Obama, Trudeau and Nieto attempt awkward three-way handshake

The leaders, referred to as the “Three Amigos”, were convening the summit intended to reaffirm their close cooperation on security, the environment and trade at a time of rising extremist threats around the globe and isolationist calls in the American presidential campaign.

Pestilence, War, and Famine. If only Merkel were there to complete the scene.

Obama Speaks in the House of Commons

Oh, for the love of crumb-cake:

U.S. President Barack Obama gave what many observers instantly deemed to be one of his most powerful speeches to the Parliament of Canada today – but between all the praise, he also worked in a point about Canadian defence spending.

Pivoting quickly from a press conference at the North American Leaders’ Summit alongside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, Obama’s long, snaking motorcade headed to Parliament Hill to address a joint session of the House of Commons and the Senate.

Obama’s speech – the first such address by a U.S. president since Bill Clinton in 1995 – began lightly with references to Canadiana before shifting into a passionate defence of liberal internationalism. Along the way he touched on environmental issues, poverty, terrorism and extremism. By the time it was over, he had more than captured the imagination of those in attendance.

They showered him with applause, cries of support and even chants of “four more years!”

“We could not ask for a better friend or ally than Canada,” said Obama to thunderous applause. “We do not take it for granted.”

(Sidebar: Barry didn’t say that when Harper was running things.)


Why in the name of almighty Worf hasn’t this @$$hole (and his Canadian hand-puppet counterpart) been kicked out of office?

Nanny-Gate: One of Trudeau’s Nannies Gets the Boot

Let the guessing game begin!

Come Canada Day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s family will be down to one publicly funded nanny.

A cabinet decision released Tuesday shows that Marylou Trayvilla, who has worked for the family since before Trudeau became prime minister, will be off the public payroll on July 1.

The notice posted to the Privy Council Office website gives no reason for the dismissal. The Prime Minister’s Office says the family will seek a replacement to watch after their three children, but won’t be asking taxpayers to pick up the bill.

Spokesman Olivier Duchesneau said the Trudeaus plan to hire a caregiver and pay the salary out of their own pockets.

He says the status of the other nanny, Marian Pueyo, remains unchanged.

Trayvilla and Pueyo were hired as special assistants under the Official Residences Act to watch the Trudeau’s children — Xavier, 8, Ella-Grace, 7, and two-year-old Hadrien — and provide other duties around the prime minister’s official residence.

The duo were each paid between $15-$20 an hour during the day and $11-$13 at night, a fee nanny associations previously said reflects the average rate.

The hires prompted howls of outrage from the opposition, considering how aggressively Trudeau assailed the Conservatives for a universal child care benefit that helped to enrich already-wealthy families, his own included.