John Horgan asks Trudeau for lower gas prices in BC

British Columbia Premier John Horgan encourages protest against the Kinder Morgan pipeline, but at the same time wants lower gas prices for Vancouver and his province. “I would certainly love to see... Read more »

ISIS hostage situation leaves 2 dead in French supermarket

At least two people are dead and dozens injured after a ISIS inspired attack inside a supermarket in southern France. The reason for the attach was to demand France officials release of Salah... Read more »

Five Campaign Promises Trudeau Failed to Keep

Justin Trudeau may look like a former member of a 90’s boy band, but the man can’t keep a promise. During his election campaign, he made a variety of promises. He kept... Read more »

Quebec Could Turn Conservative Thanks to Trudeau’s Shaky Mandate

After the 2015 election, Conservatives in Canada were pleasantly surprised with the gains made in Quebec. Conservative votes and representation in this province have been certainly modest since the Brian Mulroney era,... Read more »

Austin bombing suspect named as Mark Anthony Conditt

Police named the Austin bombing suspect this morning as Mark Anthony Conditt. The 24-year-old suspect killed himself by suicide blowing up bombs after he crashed when police chased him from the motel... Read more »

24-year-old Austin bomber dead, killed by bomb

The 24-year-old man who killed two people by detonating package bombs is now dead police say. Police traced the suspect to a hotel he stayed at, after fleeing the suspect crashed the... Read more »

Alberta and Saskatchewan would be mostly responsible for Trudeau’s loss if an election were held tomorrow

The latest Angus Reid poll shows Justin Trudeau has the least support in Alberta and Saskatchewan respectively. A whooping 67 per cent of Albertans would vote conservative if an election were held tomorrow,... Read more »

Instead of pledging to deport dangerous criminals from Canada, Ralph Goodale blames Harper

Ralph Goodale could have used the opportunity today in the House of Commons to pledge the removal of dangerous criminals from Canada, but he decided to go on the attack and blame... Read more »

Trudeau’s visit with Boyle while under investigation cost $67,000

Canadian Taxpayers forked out around $67,000 on security for the single day he met with former hostage Joshua Boyle on December 18, 2016. A report from La Presse says Justin Trudeau’s security... Read more »

Trudeau announces new legislation proposal to gun control

Justin Trudeau took to Twitter to announce new legislation proposal for more gun control to keep more guns off the streets. Trudeau also said there will be not another long-gun registry under... Read more »