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The future is populist in this age of disruption, Stephen Harper says in new book

If you are interested in politics, you will remember where you were on November 8, 2016. I was watching the U.S. presidential vote in my basement living room. My (interim) successor as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, the Hon. Rona Ambrose, was with me. So was the leader of the United Conservative Party of Alberta, theHon. Jason Kenney. I did not expect Donald J. Trump to be elected president that evening.

Police to charge man who roundhouse kicked pro-life woman

Toronto police have confirmed the man who roundhouse kicked a pro-life woman last Sunday is Jordan Hunt, and that they are looking for him to press charges.

“We will be laying multiple charges against him,” police spokesman Gary Long told LifeSiteNews in an email.

“We are seeking any assistance from the public in helping to locate this man.”

Quebec ban on religious symbols would be ‘catastrophic’: anglo groups

Disturbing, disruptive, divisive, catastrophic.

Those are some of the words the head of a network of Quebec anglophone groups used Friday to describe the incoming Coalition Avenir Québec government’s plan to ban the wearing of religious symbols on the job by public employees in positions of authority.

Under Premier-designate François Legault’s proposed new law, elementary and high school teachers, police officers, prosecutors, judges and prison guards would have to remove their Muslim hijab, Jewish kippah or Sikh turban or lose their jobs.

Actress Molly Ringwald: The Republican Party Is ‘The Rape Party’

Like so many of her Hollywood peers, Ringwald has taken to becoming a Twitter warrior and on Thursday the Sixteen Candles actress jumped to her Twitter account to pass judgment on the Republican Party.

“It’s no longer the Republican Party to me. It’s the Rape Party,” she tweeted.

Canadians voted for a carbon tax, Trudeau says as provincial blowback grows

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians gave his government a mandate in the last election to implement a national carbon price and that is exactly what it is going to do.

“Pollution should not be free anywhere across this country,” Trudeau said Friday at an event in Windsor, Ont.

His comments came after provincial opposition to the carbon price plan gained even more strength this week when Manitoba did a sudden about-face on its intention to impose a $25-per-tonne carbon price this fall.

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