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 »

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 »

Justin Trudeau Is No Champion Of Women

Justin Trudeau hails himself as a champion of women’s rights. The Liberal Party Canadian prime minister continually tells us he is a feminist and that he is fighting for women. Whatever Justin... Read more »

Equitable Political Donations to Conservatives on the Rise

In 2017, the Conservative Party of Canada had an impressive year in terms of political funds raised for their various campaigns. According to a recent news report published by the National Post,... Read more »

Wynne attacks Ford’s budget comments as Ontario election campaign heats up

It’s the classic difference of opinion between a Liberal politician and a Conservative representative. Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals chose to spend money to support the poor and vulnerable in her party’s 2018 Ontario... Read more »

Conservatives Gain Ground in Canadian Universities

Even though the majority of university professors in Canada are aligned with Liberals, quite a few students are warming up to the ideology and agenda offered by Conservatives. In a recent opinion... Read more »

Ontario Announces New Controversial Budget

The Liberal government of Ontario recently announced a new controversial budget for the province. The new budget pumps money into a variety of sectors, including child care, health care, and support for... Read more »

Sacramento Residents Uneasy After Shooting

Angry residents expressed their displeasure with the Sacramento Police Department during a Tuesday City Council meeting on the heels of the March 18 shooting of Stephon Clark. The 22-year-old unarmed black man... Read more »

New Report Suggests Saskatchewan is Not Doing Enough for Climate Change

Canada has made a commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2030, but a new report shows that Saskatchewan is falling behind on meeting its contribution to this... Read more »