On a balmy January night in 2017, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau boarded a private helicopter in the Bahamas and flew to an island owned by Muslim billionaire and lobbyist, the Aga Khan.
Last week, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced our Health and Social Program Guarantee.
Canadian families must live within their means. Governments should have to do the same.
It was two years ago that Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau proposed sweeping tax hikes that would have charged a 73% tax on investment income, penalized families that share business work and earnings, and doubled the tax on parents selling their business or farm to their own children.
A high-profile Liberal publicly invited China to interfere in Canada’s upcoming election, yet Justin Trudeau refuses to condemn his comments.
I’ve talked about this issue before, but, in light of recent events, I think it’s worthwhile to revisit this topic.
Parliament has risen for what is likely the last time before the federal election this fall. Canada’s Conservatives have had a strong session.
On July 1st, we gather as proud Canadians to honour the vision and values of our forefathers and celebrate our great nation.
Justin Trudeau pretends he has a plan for the environment and that his Carbon Tax will achieve Canada’s emissions reductions targets under the Paris Accord. But now his own government’s figures confirm that isn’t true.