His tenure has consisted of failing to meaningfully build up the military, denigrating the military as being full of internal problems nearly every time he talks about it, treating Vice-Admiral Norman like garbage, doing Trudeau's dirty work, and now participating in a disgraceful snub of military families.
University of New Brunswick professor Matthew Sears claimed Sunday that "vile little sh*tlords" who belong to free speech-themed clubs on campus should lose their jobs and be chased out of restaurants.
Dark times in Canada. "Anti-hate" - who decides what's good and what's forbidden? Terror tied groups like CAIR? Antifa? Freedom of speech is the foundation of a free society. Without it, a tyrant can wreak havoc unopposed, while his opponents are silenced.
A group of young boys apparently swarmed and beat up a mother in a playground in Saskatoon yesterday. CTV reports that "Saskatoon police are investigating a disturbing video that appears to show a group of young boys swarm and repeatedly attack a woman at a park playground."
Victoria Day in Canada has come and gone, without Justin Trudeau mentioning a word about it. In the French-Canadian province of Quebec, the equivalent is called Quebec Patriot Day's.
A war memorial ‘built for soldiers by soldiers’ — that soldiers can’t even go see by Christie Blatchford
As the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Jon Vance, said on Facebook, the importance of the new Afghanistan Memorial Hall, particularly for the families of the fallen, "cannot be understated." And then of course he and the Department of National Defence (DND) went and massively understated it.
On March 20, 2019, Bill 84 was introduced in the Ontario Legislature. The bill is entitled Prohibiting Hate-Promoting Demonstrations at Queen's Park Act, 2019. The bill provides that no demonstration, rally or other activity that, in the opinion of the Speaker, is likely to promote hatred against any identifiable group, shall be permitted on the...
Help me convince the Liberals to cancel Canada's participation in the AIIB as a response to China blocking Canadian canola from reaching their domestic market. We need to stand up for Canadian canola farmers.
In the wake of The Christchurch call to action summit in Paris, prime minister of Canada Justin Trudeau just announced his new plan to launch a "Digital Charter" that seeks to stop online hate from spreading. But who gets to decide what constitutes being hateful and what doesn't? In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth goes over the...
Canada, with a recurring annual deficit of $18 billion and debt of $671 billion, has announced an additional $300 million donation to feed and house displaced Muslims for three years in Bangladesh. Canada has taken a lead UN role position backed by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to put pressure on Myanmar to accept these subsistence...