Robbie & Deirdre go head to head on the Federal Ethics Commissioner’s report on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s violation of the Conflict of Interest Act and look at whether he got it right, how PMJT could have escaped more unscathed, and what this means for the election. We also touch on partisan accountability and Charles Adler.
“Let me be clear, the only way Alberta can dominate the rest of Canada is if we have a leader in Ottawa who is willing to capitulate to my every demand. Scheer is the person best suited to do that,” declared Kenney confidently.
As we head into a federal election Canadians are being blessed with warnings about political bots and micro-targeting on social media, and as a bonus, an impressively cohesive attempt by Conservative MPs and Senators to spread allegations of vote rigging. Message discipline is incredibly strong in the right-leaning […]
It was a classic love story; the search for the soul mate played out by Alberta seeking the Trans Mountain Expansion approval. And then, against all odds, or so the story goes, a match was made. At the end of February, the National Energy Board (NEB) approved Trans […]
The Yellow Vest movement has surfaced in Canada to protest the Liberal government’s carbon tax but few have looked beyond the vest. Yes, the movement was initially protesting an added carbon tax to fuel prices in France where residents pay an average of £1.56 (or $2.38 CAD) per […]
That the Federal Court of Appeal ruled against the government’s Trans Mountain Expansion project was not what most Albertans wanted to hear today. It was called a “stunning decision”, a “major blow” and “terrible news”. There was so much political posturing going on it became tiresome quickly. Instead, […]
Andrew Scheer is going to bravely march to a staged death on the hill of Supply Management. Not because he wants to (though he does) but because he can. When Trump made clear he was gunning for Supply Management, Scheer was offered his first and only political coup […]
The question keeps coming up. “When will the Liberals stop buying Saudi oil?” Newsflash: The federal government is not buying any oil. The federal government, Liberal or Conservative, does/did not buy oil from Saudi Arabia. Guess who does? Canadian refinery companies. Irving Oil, the company who essentially owns […]
Dear Jason Kenney; The Premier’s conference is being held in New Brunswick this week and, like any other political gathering, some Premiers are lobbying for their interests. Currently, the Premiers of Saskatchewan and Ontario, Scott Moe and Doug Ford respectively, are trying to gather support for their case […]