National

The Government’s Phoenix pay system has failed Canada’s unionized workers

Placing a call to the CRA, Veterans affairs, Employment Insurance or over government institutions has become tedious and often fruitless. It may take you weeks to also facilitate talks because the ques are so backlogged. When you do get through, you hear a very sympathetic agent who has to apologize sincerely for things that weren’t done. You get mad because you know it’s not his/her fault. It is the organization, the structure, and just not enough workers. But then again, why would workers stay? It goes without saying that if the public service suffers, we all suffer. 

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Justin Trudeau is undermining the country with bungling of TMX

This pipeline was proposed by Kinder Morgan at no cost to the taxpayer, but after the Liberals provided every possible roadblock to the TMX project, Kinder Morgan was forced to cut their losses and leave Canada. This forced a government buyout of $4.5 billion. They assumed the remaining costs, which have now ballooned past $12.6 billion. 

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Liberals will either cancel gun ban or get trampled next election

With the petition e-2341 calling for the Liberals to debate their proposed gun legislation and various bans ticking closer to 160,000 signatures, it seems that the gun lobby organizations like the National Firearms Association (NFA) have already won the debate.

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The Bloq snubs national anthem in Parliament

MP Yurdiga: Respecting the anthem is crucial to our national image. That also applies to the Bloq.

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“Anti-Zionist vibes only” – those who choose to divide and conquer

Gladue Beauregard: With a history of antisemitism, York is home to far-left ideologues that undermine Jewish self-determination. Given the government’s attempts to undermine Indigenous self-determination, notably, through White Paper, the shirt “Anti-Zionist vibes only” is akin to rejecting Indigenous self-determination on their traditional lands.

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With Poilievre out, where will his supporters go?

Pierre Poilievre: “I knew this would be difficult for my family life. But I didn’t imagine how much. This is even harder because I had just spent the previous 18 months campaigning to return to my seat in the recent federal election, in which I missed most of our baby’s first year. As such, my heart is not fully engaged in this leadership race. Without being all in, I cannot be in at all. So I have decided not to seek the leadership of the party at this time.” 

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Jan 17th: Canadian farmers are opposed to the carbon tax, says Conservative MP John Barlow

The struggles of farmers have widely been documented, with their concerns relayed to the government, but to no avail. Notably, the costs associated with drying grain are extensive, and the quality of the product lower. Strained trade relations with China have exacerbated the problem, with many scraping the bottom of the barrel to get by.

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Free Canada’s Telecom Industry

The Canadian telecom market is an amalgamation of large providers. Approximately 90% of Canadians use one of the three most significant service providers when it comes to the mobile phone.

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Canada needs to fund its Military

If the early days of January are any indication of what may formulate within the next decade, there is an urgency for Canada’s federal government to begin adequately funding our military. 

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