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Opinions with Bordman: The Left sold its soul by supporting Omar Khadr

The softness of the media combined with Omar Khadr’s inability to accept responsibility and show remorse for his actions have taken the pro-payout side off a moral cliff. Now, it is believed that “Omar Khadr did nothing wrong.”

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CPC Leadership – Who is running and how will it work?

The Conservative Party leadership race is now well underway with three candidates officially approved by the Party and eight more declaring their intention to run.  While many prominent figures have declined to run, including Rona Ambrose, John Baird, Candace Bergen, Pierre Poilievre and Jean Charest, a few higher profile candidates like Peter McKay and Erin […]

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The Bloc Québecois Are Trying To Kill The Teck Mine

The Bloc Québécois proposed a motion to outright kill the Frontier Teck mine that they will later officially introduced into parliament later this week. This proposal to stop the Teck mine project is one of three motions the Bloc are set to debate in parliament in their next opposition day, but the party has not […]

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Massive Support On Pro-Gun Petition Angers Anti-Gun Activists

Even though Bradley’s petition, sponsored by MP Glen Motz, was far more successful than the Liberal’s version, with mostly only organic support fueled by unpaid media coverage, the pro-gun control community can’t help but try and undermine the massive results.

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Quebec is learning what it’s like being Alberta as protestors stop trains

In what has become the absolute perfect political storm in Canada, due to one LNG pipeline project out in Northern British Columbia, Quebec may finally learn what it is like to be Alberta. Alberta is typically the only province to bear the real brunt of the radical environmentalists who attack its economy through protest and […]

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Left wing Eco-colonialist activists are preventing Indigenous self-government

Instead of advocating for responsible development that benefits Indigenous communities and also protects the environment, these radical Eco-colonialists advocates for zero development of energy projects, thus removing the best chance at self-governance and self-reliance that many communities have.

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National Conservative Caucus Chair is concerned by Media Licensing

While the CRTC does not regulate online media, the Heritage minister’s comments in a CTV interview two weeks ago failed to differentiate amongst which media outlets he would request to obtain a license. On Monday, February 1st, he clarified his statement, stating, “We are committed to a free and independent press, which is essential to our democracy.” While Minister Guilbeault claimed said licencing did not include independent content creators, the National Conservative Caucus Chair Tom Kmiec, amongst others from the Official Opposition, found him misleading at best.

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Before February 20th tell the Liberals what you think of the CBC

Conservative Canadians have a particular disdain for the CBC in large part of their bias, which is likely to protect their public funding. Our coverage on the 2019 Alberta fires highlighted such bias.

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Fort McMurray MP says Ottawa will fuel Wexit movement if Teck is killed

Yurdiga said, “Albertans will not accept a “no” decision from the federal government regarding the Frontier oil sands project. If the federal government tries blocking a project that has gone through 10 years of regulatory process, that has been approved by both the federal and provincial regulators and has overcome every hurdle, Albertans will have to decide if we should be part of a nation that continues to attack our ability to develop our resources and create jobs.”

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Wet’suwet’en Activist Society Speaks for few Indigenious People

It should go without saying due to the excessive property damage, civil disturbances, squatting, and other illegal activity that those protesting under the banner of the Wet’suwet’en do not speak for Indigenous people. After RCMP removed the protesters off the Coastal Gaslink construction site in B.C., the radical environmentalists tipped their hand by immediately protesting […]

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