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 »

Politicians Should not be Questioning the Stanley Verdict

Except for the people present in the jury room in Saskatchewan, when five men and seven women came to the conclusion that Gerald Stanley was not criminally at fault for the death... Read more »

Trudeau says, “Anti-Black Racism and Unconscious Bias does Exist”

People all over the globe are talking and raising their voices against all kinds of discrimination that is prevalent in nooks and crannies of the world. Racism towards the Black community exists... 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 »

David Livingston to Face Sentencing this Month

This month the former chief of staff to Dalton McGuinty, David Livingston will face sentencing for his guilty conviction for the gas plant scandal. For those of you who might not remember,... Read more »

Justin Trudeau – Not the Leader he Tries to Look Like

For Justin Trudeau, everything he says seems to be with the goal of glorifying Canada, but in reality he is only trying to glorify himself. He worries more about saying what people... Read more »

Statistics Canada looking down the drain to determine levels of pot consumption

OTTAWA — The federal government is taking a somewhat noxious approach to studying just how much pot Canadians are consuming: researching our sewage. Statistics Canada will spend up to $600,000 a year... Read more »

Trudeau’s comments on Boushie verdict suggests Canadian justice system is wrong

According to the Prime Minister, the Canadian justice system may be wrong. 56-year-old Gerald Stanley was accused of second-degree murder of a twenty two year old man – Colten Boushie in August,... 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 »

Canada will do what it must to prevent B.C. from stopping pipeline, says Carr

OTTAWA — Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says the government will not entertain any attempts by British Columbia to stall or stop the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. “If that is... Read more »