National

The CPC Leadership Race is uncertainty in the face of the Coronavirus Pandemic

In the last 48 hours, the WHO has declared Coronavirus a global “Pandemic”, major sports leagues have been suspended, the Prime Minister’s wife has tested positive for Covid-19 and the entire Canadian parliament has been shutdown until at least mid-April.  However, one ongoing public event is still taking place, the Conservative party leadership race. It […]

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CBC Covers for Sexual Predator & ANTIFA Supporter at Pride Organization

The problem however, is that the story was single sourced – it was all according to Fierté Sunbury Pride. The supposed “white supremacists” were simply three right-wingers, one of which is Indigenous, and the claims of doxxing and bigotry were mere accusations that the CBC and Sudbury.com printed without any fact-checking.

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CPC Candidate Jim Karahalios Calls Out Erin O’Toole’s Campaign Chair Walied Soliman

The email also went after Walied for being, as the National Post put it, “a key figure in Patrick Brown’s successful 2015 Ontario PC leadership bid”, which is controversial based on Erin O’Toole running as a “True Blue” Conservative despite having a campaign chair who has worked with well known liberal tories.

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Conservative leadership candidates Lewis and Gladu will increase military spending

In a recent meeting with supporters, Conservative Party leadership hopefuls Leslyn Lewis and Marilyn Gladu discussed the need for Canada to allocate 2% of the national GDP on its armed forces. Both candidates stressed the risk neglecting the military has on protecting Canadian sovereignty. China, Russia, and radical Islam are the three greatest exogenous dangers facing our nation, and a solution to subduing the threats is through bolstering the military.

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Breaking: Décarie Endorses Sloan

Richard Décarie has endorsed social conservative candidate Derek Sloan. In an email sent to supporters this morning, the Décarie campaign declared his support to Sloan, who he describes as capable of carrying the “true blue conservative” standard.

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Trudeau and the Liberal’s Approval Takes a Bellyflop

Trudeau’s personal popularity used to be as high as 43% in January, which isn’t too bad for a a Prime Minister sitting in a minority government, but by the end of February his approval now sits at 33% a collapse of 10 points in just a single month.

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By blocking Decarie, Conservative Party exposes their free speech hypocrisy

It seems Canadian Conservatives are comfortable with their own hypocrisy as they claim to be defenders of “free speech” and John Stuart Mill-esque dialogue yet bar a longtime CPC member and staffer from running for the leadership of their party simply because he expresses views that are unpleasant to the Conservative Party’s top brass.

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MP Sloan calls out Liberal “ideological colonization of Africa”

Claypool: “Sloan’s main issue with the current Liberal program is the rather insistent focus on funding abortion in poorer countries rather than more pressing healthcare issues.”

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Milennial’s and Gen X have to know the insight of the Firearms culture

It seems Canadians can expect to see the roll-out of a gun control plan this spring that high in fear-mongering rhetoric, low in policy details, fails to make a difference in areas with high firearm crime rates, strips away the property rights of law-abiding gun owners, and balloons in cost over time.

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The Teck Frontier mine was killed by the Liberal’s regulatory bullying

In his letter, Lindsay said that “The promise of Canada’s potential will not be realized until governments can reach agreement around how climate policy considerations will be addressed in the context of future responsible energy sector development,” going on to say, “Without clarity on this critical question, the situation that has faced Frontier will be faced by future projects and it will be very difficult to attract future investment, either domestic or foreign.”

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