• Politics

    Dominic LeBlanc once accused the Conservative government of “abuse of power” for Senate appointees

    Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc is being accused of giving his close friends cushy jobs. According to reports an advocacy group is asking the federal conflict of interest and ethics commissioner to look into why Dominic LeBlanc’s friends scored high end paying jobs working as judicial appointees in the province of New Brunswick. Ironically Dominic LeBlanc once complained when then PM Stephen Harper wanted to appoint 33 Senate appointees. Government House leader Dominic LeBlanc said these appointments constituted an “abuse of power” by the Conservative government and sent each of the 33 a letter asking him or her to voluntarily step down and reapply The investigation found Five of the last six…

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    Trudeau refuses to resign over accusations of alleged obstruction of justice

    The prime minister was singled out for pressuring to prevent a company from being sued for bribery and fraud. The Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, rejected the resignation requests for a scandal that is affecting his government, saying that he and his staff always acted properly and that the Canadians will express their opinion on the matter in the federal elections in October. Trudeau’s comments came after the former Justice Minister of Canada and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould described a constant, sustained and inappropriate effort on the part of senior officials close to the prime minister who tried to dissuade her from prosecuting a Canadian engineering company. accused of bribery.…

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    ‘…I Did Not Act Inappropriately,’ Justin Trudeau Says Amid Groping Allegation

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a self-described feminist, is now fielding questions about what happened with a female reporter on a summer day in 2000. “I’ve been reflecting very carefully on what I remember from that incident almost 20 years ago and again… I feel I am confident that I did not act inappropriately,” he told reporters in Toronto on Thursday. The accusation — that he groped a female reporter on assignment — traces back to a music festival which he attended in support of avalanche safety. He joined the cause after his brother Michel died while skiing in 1998. [via]

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    CBC comedian Mark Critch, defends Trudeau’s extravagant home purchases

    Mark Critch found himself causing a social media frenzy by defending purchases made by Justin Trudeau. It all began when Andrew Scheer Tweeted some of the recent additions to the prime minister’s residence. New golf cart: $5k. Porch & sun umbrellas: $13k. New deck & dock: $24k. Grooming personal ski trails: $28k. These are just SOME of the upgrades that Canadians are paying for at Justin Trudeau’s cottage. Why are taxpayers on the hook for this? #QP LIVE: Mark Critch appeared to defend Trudeau’s purchases as being part of an overall restoration of the cottage where the Trudeau’s live. To be fair, this “cottage” is the official summer residence of…

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    Trudeau fined yet again for breaking conflict of interest law has to pay fine

    Is this becoming normal? Justin Trudeau the prime minister of Canada was found guilty of “violating Canada’s conflict of interest law.”  Do recall the prime minister was also fined for his vacation to the Aga Khan island in what was a $250,000 trip. According to sources, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been fined $100 for another breach of Parliament’s ethics code, this time involving a gift from the Premier of Prince Edward Island. Neither the breach nor fine were disclosed until Parliament prepared to adjourn for summer recess. #BREAKING: PM Justin Trudeau found guilty of violating Canada's conflict of interest law, forced to pay a fine: https://t.co/QPuaOpPtqW — Candice Malcolm…

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    If elections held today, Trudeau’s Liberals would lose

    The numbers are in, and if you believe the polls Trudeau’s Liberals would lose an election today. The news that the latest Angus Reid poll would see the Conservatives take 40% of the popular vote to the Liberals 30% is a surprising story, almost as surprising as millennial voters fleeing the Liberals to the Conservatives. But the big news lies in the regional breakdowns which show a near wipe out for the Liberals west of Quebec. The Angus Reid Institute poll surveyed 5,423 Canadians between March 6-15, 2018. That is a big poll and that means big regional breakdowns with smaller margins of error, meaning if they are paying attention…

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    Trudeau shows his disgust for conservatives at Liberal 2018 Convention

    While certain media pundits and liberal supporters continue to push Trudeau’s sunny ways message, the Prime Minister was in full combat mode at this years 2018 Halifax Liberal Convention. ‘Fear and division’: Trudeau rips Conservatives in campaign-style speech to supporters Painting conservatives as divisive and threatening is a common tactic in Canadian politics by progressive parties as a way to control the narrative, this time around Trudeau is trying to paint conservatives as anti carbon tax, and anti immigrant. Keep in mind this is the same Trudeau government that has banned Christian groups from receiving funding due to their pro life beliefs, not to mention the many Liberal MP’s who…

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    George Soros Open Society Foundation is working with the Trudeau government on refugee sponsorship

    Canada has accepted more than 25,000 Syrian refugees thanks in part to George Soros, and the United Nations. Now a group is exporting Canada’s “global refugee sponsorship initiative.” A new pro immigration video featuring Ahmed Hussen Canada’s immigration minister explains the initiative. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT3aaKEkLUU Many Canadians are worried about billionaire Soros meddling in Canada’s immigration system. The Canadian Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau has teamed up with leftwing philanthropist George Soros to make Canada a case study for Syrian refugee integration. Canada’s growing border crisis is just another example of Trudeau and Soros working destabilize Canada, as is being reported by TheRebel. Last year, Open Society Foundations began working with the…

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    When ethics violation lead to criminal investigations

    With the recent conflict of interest allegations being made against Bill Morneau regarding his sponsoring of a bill that would have changed pensions in Canada, however such bill could have been beneficial to Morneau’s company since he owns one of the country’s largest pension service providers. The opposition was quick to point out the obvious conflict of interest, Morneau could easily benefit millions from changes to Canada’s pension plan, for this reason Morneau has met with the Ethics Commissioner but it doesn’t pass the smell test, this seems like Morneau is greasing his tracks. Taking care of himself and screwing the citizens. Pretty much the definition of government since the…

  • Liberal Scandals,  Politics

    Morneau not the only Liberal to use loopholes to hide wealth

    Just when you thought you’d hear the end of Liberals being unethical, now the Ethics watchdog is sounding the alarm after other Liberal cabinet ministers are using the same loophole that got Finance Minister Bill Morneau in trouble. The Globe and Mail reported, A number of other Trudeau cabinet ministers are in the same situation as Finance Minister Bill Morneau and have managed to retain control of assets they would be required to divest if this wealth wasn’t being held indirectly through a holding company or similar mechanism. Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson’s office declines to identify the ministers, citing confidentiality rules, but confirms that a handful…

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    Liberals want Public Service Union PSHCP to provide free contraceptives

    At a time where the majority of Canadians don’t have any pharmaceutical coverage, Liberals want to provide free contraceptives to government workers. The Public Sector Union will soon provide its workers free contraceptives of their choice, according ot Scott Brison. I agree with #PublicService unions: Women should have choice of contraceptives. We’ll get them covered under #PSHCP. pic.twitter.com/Jfwbyoh7fW — Scott Brison (@scottbrison) October 26, 2017

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    Former Liberal insider: Trudeau will possibly receive backlash in the future, regarding a possible terrorist attack

    At a recent  Hart House Debate a panel of liberal experts gathered to debate Trudeau’s first two years in office while the debate circled mainly praising Trudeau, he was also condemned for failing to deliver on electoral reform. But an interesting comment was made by one of the panelists, claiming that Trudeau would be to blame if there ever was a terrorist attack in Canada. Karim Bardeesy, a former Director of Policy to the Premier of Ontario, started by stating that the Liberal Party is planning for multiple terms. He pointed out Trudeau’s struggles with NAFTA renegotiations. However, he sees this as a missed opportunity to explain the benefits of…

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    Trudeau taking a page from Obama

    Trudeau much like Obama made promises to create jobs but along the way people saw their taxes go up. President Obama had said his number one goal for 2010 was to create jobs, but the abundance of tax increases passed in his 2011 budget contradicted this objective. Higher taxes on businesses, upper-income taxpayers, and fossil fuels; an increased death tax; and Obama added new taxes to pay for health care that help kill jobs and slow economic recovery. Republicans in congress tried to reject these higher taxes and the rest of Obama’s business-killing agenda but ultimately failed. Trudeau also ran a campaign focused on job creation, but instead he’s created…

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    Poll suggests Trudeau majority is gone, Liberals only lead in two provinces

    Nearly two years of Justin Trudeau, Canadians are starting to have second thoughts. New Angus Reid poll suggests Trudeau only leads in two provinces. Trudeau’s Liberals have suffered major blows of late, such as the Aboriginal investigation of missing women, NAFTA talks have gone sour, Trudeau also failed to reform voting. Conservatives and Liberals are basically tied right now. [via]    

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    Arrogant Trudeau forces reporters to ask him questions directed to Bill Morneau at tax reform conference

    Trudeau bullies the media. After a very tough week Trudeau decided to pull a Trump style press conference and have the media ask questions, the only problem is Trudeau is supposed be the total opposite of Trump, his image is that of a feminist, he’s soft, and supposedly well like by the media. But on Tuesday Trudeau took a combative role when the press wanted to ask Finance Minister Bill Moreau questions regarding his blind trust, that’s when Trudeau snapped and didn’t allow the media to ask Morneau direct questions,  instead Trudeau insisted “I’ll take questions.” Trudeau’s actions even infuriated his CBC media pals, “Yeah, that was awkward,” CBC’s David…

  • Liberal Scandals,  Politics

    Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau being accused of conflict of interest due to his French villa

    The Liberal Party of Canada is in full panic mode with the recent revelations that its very own Finance Minister failed to disclose one of its private corporations, a French villa owned by Morneau wasn’t previously disclosed to the federal ethics watchdog. This is highly suspicious since Bill Morneau is looking at closing tax loopholes, but critics say his proposed tax changes such as income sprinkling will not affect his company. The media reported that “Bill Morneau didn’t place assets in blind trust” A BNN reporter in Ottawa also reported that only a few MP’s said they have full confidence in Bill Morneau, this is really bad for Liberals as…

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    After a slump in polls, Liberals to cut small business tax rate to 9%

    After a rough month the Liberal Party is finally listening to small business owners, and have now decided to lower the small business tax rate to 9%. The recent change in plans has critics chirping. Trudeau to announce he is canceling his cancellation of the small business tax cut. — Pierre Poilievre (@PierrePoilievre) October 16, 2017 Trudeau is also being accused of flip flopping. Trudeau canceled the small business tax reduction in the first Liberal budget. Tomorrow would be a good time to flip-flop on that decision — Pierre Poilievre (@PierrePoilievre) October 16, 2017 Ottawa will announce plans today to cut the small business tax rate from 10.5 per cent…

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    Jagmeet Singh fails to denounce Air India bombing terrorist

    In a recent interview with  Terry Milewski of the CBC the newly minted NDP leader Jagmeet Singh was asked if he would denounce a poster of Air India bombing suspect Talwinder Singh Parmar, a Canadian citizen born in Punjab who has a permanent fixture at Surrey’s Dasmesh Darbar. All Jagmeet Singh had to say to Milewski was.. “I denounce all terrorism, including Parmar and the the architects of the Air India Bombing.” Almost 12,000 people have been killed by Khalistani terrorists and Talwinder Singh Parmar was one of their leaders, yet Jagmeet Singh didn’t denounce him. This could be an issue for the NDP specially in Quebec. We should also point out that the Liberal…

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    Embarrassing! Liberal Party omits any mention of Jews at new Holocaust memorial

    Another embarrassing moment for Canada, this time Trudeau’s Liberals failed to mention the word Jews in plaque for new Holocaust memorial. Outrage was swift, but Liberals claim it was an honest mistake, do you believe that ? https://twitter.com/TorontoGal74/status/915555927260057601 Defiantly not the best way to make headlines around the world. Look, my government made the world stage. https://t.co/JZYhfjsEAe — Turdeau Not PM (@turdeau) October 4, 2017 Canada Holocaust memorial omits any mention of Jews, anti-Semitism Heritage minister says now removed plaque to be replaced with new one ‘that reflects the horrors experienced by the Jewish people’ On Tuesday, a lawmaker from the opposition Conservative Party criticized the “profoundly obvious omission.” “If…

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    Trudeau in trouble, poll shows Conservatives and Liberals now tied

    Liberal party insiders must be running scared, after a new poll by Ekos reveals that Trudeau’s lead over the Conservatives has completely vanished, in fact the two parties are now statistically tied. Liberals, Conservatives statistically tied, #NDP a distant third: Ekos-CP poll via @Cdnpress https://t.co/R8tEHFucuS #cdnpoli — Kristy Kirkup (@kkirkup) October 3, 2017 OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are statistically tied with a resurgent Conservative Opposition as they near the midway point of their four-year mandate, while the NDP’s new leader finds himself facing a familiar electoral challenge, a new poll suggests. The poll, conducted by Ekos Research and commissioned for The Canadian Press, puts the governing Liberals at 34…

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    Jagmeet Singh off to bad start as leader of the NDP

    Jagmeet Singh was officially voted as the leader of the Federal NDP. Singh won the nomination with ease and vows to fight the policies of fear a line similar to that of Justin Trudeau in 2015. But the new NDP leader ran into some problems, first there is the issue of his admiration for murderous communist dictator Fidel Castro, Jagmeet Singh on the death of Fidel Castro Tweeted “He saw a country wracked by poverty, illiteracy & disease. So he lead a revolution that uplifted the lives of millioxxxxxxxns. RIP. #FidelCastro” Then today Singh was to appear on the CBC’s Power n Politics but threatened to cancel if not told…

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    After the terrorist attack in Edmonton can Canadians rely on the Liberal government ?

    Many on social media are starting to question Justin Trudeau’s commitment to keep Canadians safe from terrorism. https://twitter.com/FaithGoldy/status/914551951383318535 Former Rebel Media personality Faith Goldy tweeted,  Solution to the terror? Usher in federal blasphemy motions, more Muslim refugees, and erase Canada’s southern border. SHAME ON YOU, MR. PM. It is winning, mate. And every day it's winning a little more @JustinTrudeau https://t.co/U9VNlztssO — Dr Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) October 1, 2017 Jordan Peterson mocked Trudeau’s terrorism response, “It is winning, mate. And every day its winning a little more.” https://twitter.com/Murdered_01/status/914506660994965504 Still many others blamed Trudeau for not standing for Canadians.