“Climate change is real and it requires real solutions,” Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said on Twitter on April 1. “It’s a fact that pricing pollution is the most cost-effective way to cut pollution. Our plan will also leave 8 out of 10 families better off, with an Ontario family of four receiving a #ClimateActionIncentive rebate of $307.”
Atlantic Canada was where the first domino of the SNC-Lavalin affair toppled in public — when Nova Scotia cabinet minister Scott Brison decided to resign his post. It’s also where the Liberals have taken the biggest hit from the scandal’s fallout.
Conservative immigration critic Michelle Rempel says the government has been “dishonest” with Canadians with its defence of the Safe Third Country Agreement even after departmental officials advised it was “no longer working as intended.”
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Bill Blair, the minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continue to hint at a ban on handguns and further restrictions on rifles and shotguns before this fall’s general election.
Now, by no means is this an endorsement of Justin Trudeau, a man I believe I once labelled the “Cryminister of Peoplekind” in this very publication. I am simply saying that Trudeau’s brand is so toxic that it represents the best, and possibly only path to a Conservative government going forward.
The initiative will place former justice minister and attorney general Raybould on a station named ‘Cabinet Privilege’ that according to scientists building it at SNC Lavalin, will maintain a geosynchronous orbit out of radio contact on the far side of the moon for how ever many days there are left until the election is over.
According to a Leger poll, 41% of Canadians believe Trudeau has ‘done something wrong.’
12% say he hasn’t done something wrong.
And 41% say they aren’t sure.
What this means is that 82% of Canadians don’t believe Trudeau, since Trudeau has claimed he’s done nothing wrong.
A Liberal bill overhauling Canada’s national security laws creates a loophole surrounding the promotion of terrorism.
Paul Wells: You thought this government was about family benefits and boil-water advisories? The Lavalin affair offers a glimpse of the real scene—maybe the real Canada.
Adam Vaughan said sorry for tweeting that people should “whack” Ford, hours after defending it as a reference to the game whack-a-mole where players hold a mallet and hit targets — or moles — as they randomly pop up from a board.
Lying sack of shit.
Conservative critic Michelle Rempel accuses immigration minister of engaging in divisive politics.
A former Liberal candidate who came within a five percentage point-margin of unseating Conservative Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt in the 2015 election is accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of manipulating a nomination contest to make way for their preferred candidate, Olympic gold medalist Adam van Koeverden, for the 2019 election.
In a statement released today Justin Trudeau said that former Burnaby South Liberal candidate Karen Wang’s statements were “unacceptable”.
“While the Liberals claim illegal border crossings have no impact on screening or wait times, the facts tell another story.”
A balanced federal budget won’t land until at least 2040 — five years earlier than the government predicted last year — if there aren’t any major economic shocks or new government spending the federal Finance Department says in a new report.