Polls Crash Trudeau’s Canada Day Celebrations

As Canadians everywhere take part in Canada Day festivities honoring the country’s history and people, the nation’s governing Liberal party might not feel like celebrating much. With the popularity of Prime Minister... Read more »

Canada Seeks to Set Marijuana Criminal Records Straight

Canada has legalized marijuana nationwide. This makes Canada the second country in the world to legalize the drug for recreational use. The Cannabis Act, officially known as Bill C45, was introduced in... Read more »

Trudeau Needs To Stop Tweeting And Start Working Instead

While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was busy posting Twitter updates about World Cup matches that Canada will host in 2026, Conservative Member of Parliament James Bezan was calling attention to the situation... Read more »

Muslim MP accuses Conservatives of Islamophobia for long work day in House of Commons

Bad timing or targeted Islamophobia? Liberal MPs accused the Conservatives of Islamophobia after Andrew Scheer forced members of parliament to vote for up to 25 hours straight, the voting session to uncover... Read more »

Trump Did the Right Thing Calling Kim Jong Un “A Smart Guy”

Lots of has been made about the decision United State President Donald Trump made to praise North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by calling him “a smart guy”. While many media analysts... Read more »

Canada’s P.M. Trudeau And His Sophomoric Leadership Dividing Canadians And The World Stage

Some folks believe that the only way Justin Trudeau could go anywhere in politics was by fooling the voters with his famous last name and his good crop of hair, and that... Read more »

Kim Jong Un first words “It was hard to get here”

It finally happened, the first US sitting President met with the leader of North Korea for the first time ever, a truly historic event. Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un first met... Read more »

“Canadian Trump” or Not, Ontario is Ready for Change

Now that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing the lowest approval rating of his mandate, international news outlets are starting to pay attention to Canada’s future leadership. As can be expected, American... Read more »

Pipeline Injunction Expanded Following Unlawful Protests

Controversy continues to swirl over the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project in Burnaby. A British Columbia Supreme Court judge said that those protesting the pipeline have made a deliberate effort to blockade... Read more »

Trudeau responds to Trump tariff with Ketchup

Today starts a new era for Canada, but it isn’t a good one. President Donald Trump imposed a 25 per cent tariff on steel and 10 per cent aluminum Canada buys from... Read more »