Syrian family is enjoying the good life in Surrey while tens of thousands of Canadians struggle

The headline in The Vancouver Sun said it all: “Syrian family living a good life in Surrey.” While 35,000 Canadians are homeless every single night in this country and thousands more are... Read more »

Trudeau has lots to do if he wants to win another term

Ever since his surprising election win in 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has had high poll numbers, but these numbers have now started to fall considerably. A new CBC poll shows... Read more »

Calgary Gun Show Attendees Address Concerns Over Bill C-71

One of the major topics of discussion at last Saturday’s Alberta Arms & Cartridge Collectors Association (AACCA) convention was the proposed Bill C-71 (aka The Firearm Owners Harassment Act). Gun vendors say the new regulations in... Read more »

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau Sees Popularity Drop

Is the honeymoon finally over for Justin Trudeau? The popular Canadian Prime Minister has seen his approval numbers drop for the first time since his surprising election win in 2015. According to the latest... Read more »

Controversial conservative psychologist, Jordan Peterson, weighs in on the possibility of running against Justin Trudeau

“I thought about running in the last liberal race, and I thought about running in the last conservative race…” said a conflicted Jordan Peterson in response to a question about his political... Read more »

Alberta’s special law for Sikhs could cost needless loss of life

Alberta adopted a strange and dangerous policy earlier this week when it announced Sikhs over the age of 18 will no longer be required to wear helmets when riding motorcycles. They can... Read more »

Expelling diplomats becomes new weapon as world tries to get Russia to pay attention

It started with the poisoning of an alleged Russian spy and his daughter on British soil. Now, it’s turned into a battle to see which country can expel the most foreign diplomats.... Read more »

Trudeau Sidesteps Request to Force Finance Minister to Apologize for ‘Neanderthal’ Comment

Conservatives are speaking out against comments made by Finance Minister Bill Morneau at a recent House finance committee meeting. Morneau referred to Conservative Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt as a “neanderthal” when discussing... Read more »

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is Hardly Winning With New Budget

The growing budget gap in the populous province of Ontario is projected to increase to more than $25 billion over the next six years; this development is not sitting well with voters... Read more »

Liberals finally make changes that will improve justice system

It was long overdue. Faced with questionable rulings by juries, long delays in bringing cases to trial and problems with the bail system, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould finally decided to do something.... Read more »