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 »

Trudeau fails to deport dangerous criminals putting Canadians in danger

Canada’s deportation system has failed. A new report from Global News shows that in 2012 there was 291 dangerous criminals living in Canada who were ordered for deportation.’ One such example is Faulino... Read more »

When their finances start suffering Liberal governments just buy votes

At last look, the Ontario government was $312 billion in debt. But Premier Kathleen Wynne has no plan to pay any of it off. Nope, she has a better idea – spend... Read more »

Ontario police lay charges in five investigations into social media threats

Provincial police says five people have been charged with allegedly making threats against Ontario schools on social media. Police say they conducted six separate investigations into threats in the province’s central division... Read more »

13 radical Kinder Morgan protesters arrested in Burnaby, B.C.

After a Supreme Court Judge granted Trans Mountain an injunction last week, radical protesters keep getting arrested. Protesters need to stay 5 meters away from any work space by Kinder Morgan or... Read more »

U.S. immigration lawyer says Trudeau could be banned from entering United States after his term

According to a U.S. immigration lawyer Justin Trudeau could be banned from entering the United States the second he loses the next election for admitting to smoking pot while being a Canadian Member... Read more »

With only 18 months left in his term, should Trudeau resign now?

Has Justin Trudeau hit a low point of his term or could things get better? Trudeau’s India trip proved to be damaging to the liberal party, and now the PM took a... Read more »

Liberals poised to tighten controls on sale, licensing of firearms

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is planning to introduce long-promised legislation Tuesday to strengthen controls on the sale, licensing and tracing of guns. The Liberals are bracing for political pushback from the... Read more »

Using Facebook data for political gain raises serious concerns: privacy watchdog

OTTAWA — The federal privacy watchdog says he’s concerned about the possibility that the personal information of Facebook users was harvested for political purposes. Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien says his office will... Read more »