Trudeau family trip to India even draws criticism there

While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife, three children and a collection of Canadian cabinet ministers jaunt around India with Canadian taxpayers footing the bill, he’s drawing criticism from not only the... Read more »

Singh slams Liberal policies at NDP’s national convention

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jaunted around India and Progressive Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer faced some serious media criticisms, the attention shifted to lesser-known and recently-crowned New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh... Read more »

Is Trudeau’s India trip business or pleasure?

When Justin Trudeau stepped out the door of his plane Saturday to greet the people of India, the picture said it all. Trudeau, his wife and three children, all folded their hands.... Read more »

Canada feeds and houses its illegal border crossers

If you’re looking at establishing a new business in Canada, perhaps you should set up a fast food chain where illegal immigrants cross into our country in St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Que. You might even... Read more »

No discrimination against immigrants; Liberals will let almost anyone in

Just when you may have thought the federal Liberal government’s immigration policy couldn’t get any worse, it comes up with another scheme to prove us all wrong. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen gave... Read more »

Gun violence isn’t just a U.S. problem

The cries to take action against gun violence in the United States grew much louder Tuesday after a mass shooting at a Florida high school left 17 dead. But these cries aren’t... Read more »

U.S. picks another trade fight with Canada

It seems as if it will never end. The trade war between Canada and the United States is a long one and despite past agreements, such as the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement... Read more »

Margaret Trudeau tries to change minds

She may be the wife of a former prime minister and the mother of a current one, but even Margaret Trudeau can admit she was never powerful enough to fight mental illness... Read more »

Indigenous verdict begs need for review of the jury selection process

With Indigenous people up in arms from coast to coast Friday after a white farmer was acquitted of the murder of a First Nations man, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told Canadians “we... Read more »

Job losses piling up; business owners point to minimum wage hikes

Canada just suffered the worst job losses in nine years. And everybody is playing the blame game. Ontario was hit with the biggest decline in jobs – almost 51,000 part-time positions. Of... Read more »