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Trudeau government fails to help missing aboriginal women and girls

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s early election campaign promised to combat one of the most pressing issues facing the nation in modern times, i.e. the persecution of Canada’s Indigenous People’s. However, the unfortunate circumstance is that Trudeau’s promises have been unfounded.

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Scheer criticizes Trudeau on immigration, argues system’s integrity damaged

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the prime minister damaged the integrity of Canada’s immigration system when he tweeted two years ago that Canadians will welcome all those fleeing persecution, terror and war.

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GOLDSTEIN: Carbon credits could cost Canadian taxpayers billions

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s national carbon price alone will not achieve the industrial greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction commitments he made in the United Nations’ 2015 Paris climate accord.

Taxpayers will have to spend billions of dollars more to reach Canada’s target of cutting emissions to 30% below 2005 levels by 2030.

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Amid cries of ‘traitor,’ Canada’s Trudeau set for ugly election

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who swept to power on a wave of optimism in 2015, is set for an ugly reelection campaign this October, judging by exchanges with voters in public town halls this month where he was grilled on topics ranging from immigration to housing affordability.

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Ottawa may have overpaid for Trans Mountain by up to $1B, parliamentary budget officer says

The federal Liberal government may have overpaid for the Trans Mountain pipeline project by up to $1 billion, the parliamentary budget officer estimates, and there’s a risk its value could decline further if there are any other delays in the building timeline.

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BONOKOSKI: Two years since Trudeau’s come-hither #WelcomeToCanada tweet

Our country’s big-city mayors were huddled in the nation’s capital on Monday — in a bone-busting -24C before the wind chill — to try to coax a little love and support from the prime minister for triggering the illegal immigration crisis that is costing them multi-millions.

The mayors met, in fact, on the second anniversary of the day Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to U.S. President Donald Trump coming down hard on illegals in his own country by sending out the tweet that launched the border queue-jumping of undocumented thousands.


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GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau thinks Canadians are anti-immigrant

It’s clearly going to be a Liberal theme throughout the election campaign leading up to the vote on Oct. 21 — a deliberate political strategy linking criticism of Liberal immigration and refugee policies to allegations the underlying motives are xenophobia and racism.

Reliable sources have informed me- almost daily, in fact- that Canadians are indeed racist bastards.

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LILLEY: For Trudeau, it’s all about electoral politics

It’s an interesting contrast, how Justin Trudeau deals with Quebec’s premier compared to Ontario’s and it tells you a lot about the coming election.

When it comes to the Trudeau government’s relationship with Ontario Premier Doug Ford it is attack, attack, attack. Trudeau even had one of his ministers label one of Ford’s ministers “unCanadian”.

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In an election year, Canadians are suddenly very worried about the economy

At the start of this federal election year, Canadians have gone back to feeling pessimistic about both the state of the economy and their own financial situations. It’s a reversion to a gloomier outlook that took hold way back in the 2008-09 recession, after many Canadians seemed to have shaken off that sense of unease around the start of 2018.

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Maxime Bernier Challenges Left-lean CBC to Ask Justin Trudeau if He Still Believes in a “World Parliament”

In the interview, the CBC female reporter acts as if the evidences of “Liberal’s support of the UN’s One World Government” are just Maxime Bernier’s facts, while it’s supposed to be the media’s job to already know and be reporting on these facts.

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Canada’s Trudeau Shows Class-Warfare Tax Hikes Do Not Produce More Revenue

The nation’s current top politician, Justin Trudeau (a.k.a., Prime Minister Zoolander), increased the top tax rate from 29 percent to 33 percent after taking office in late 2015.

It appears, though, that he wasn’t aware of a concept known as the Laffer Curve (or, like some folks on the left, maybe he simply didn’t care).

In the real world, however, it turns out that increasing tax rates is not the same as increasing tax revenue.

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