Paradise Papers: Trudeau’s election Campaign may be subject to CRA investigation

Justin Trudeau’s election campaign may have been conducted illegally according to new reports from the highly publicized Paradise Papers. The Paradise Paper were leaked to icij.org and revealed the one percent who... Read more »

BC Mosque with criminal and terrorism ties to receives $53k from Taxpayers

The Masjid Alhidayah & Islamic Cultural Centre in Port Coquitlam BC is to receive $53,000 in government funding in the form of grants to beef up security for hate-motivated crimes. Sources say... Read more »

Liberals say we need more migrants to take Canadian jobs

Canada has already revealed plans of increasing the number of immigrants it’s going to allow in the country over the next three years. However, the government, wary of the prevailing anti-immigrant sentiments... Read more »

Canada Jetlines Secures a Place in the List of Low-Cost Airlines to Abbotsford

Good news for travellers commuting from the Abbotsford International Airport – there will now be more low-cost flight options available for them to choose from. Canada Jetlines recently revealed their plan to... Read more »

Justin Trudeau Refuses to take advice from Stephen Harper

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received a letter from Stephen Harper – his Conservative predecessor – who accuses the federal Liberal government of “napping on NAFTA”. Talking at a news conference on Monday,... Read more »

Liberals say immigrants drive Canada’s economy

Canada’s Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says the new normal for immigrants to Canada is a number set at 300,000. Hussen says immigrants drive Canada’s economy, they are a “big tool” to power Canada’s... Read more »

Stephen Harper “I believe this threat is real”

Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the Trudeau government needs to step up with their NAFTA negotiations with the United States. In a letter obtained by The Canadian Press Harper said the threat... Read more »

Engaging With the Chinese on Free Trade Talks Could Pose Threat to Canada-U.S. Relationship

James Moore, member of NAFTA’s advisory council and former conservative Cabinet minister warned the federal government that engaging with the Chinese on free trade talks could possibly jeopardize Canada’s relationship with the... Read more »

State-Owned Chinese Construction firm Agrees to Buy Canada’s Aecon

State owned Chinese construction firm, China Communications Construction Co. (CCCC) agrees to buy Toronto based construction company Aecon Group Inc. for CA$1.45 billion ($1.13 billion). Aecon is Canada’s largest publicly listed infrastructure... Read more »

Sears Canada Charging Higher Prices in Liquidation Sales

Sears Canada’s liquidation sales is up in full swing across their stores nationwide as the company prepares to shut down their business for good. However, contrary to popular belief, Canadians have discovered... Read more »