Canada recently had a national election, where Prime Minister Trudeau squeaked back in with another minority government on Monday, Sept 20, 2021. There were multiple ethics issues that surfaced during Trudeau’s tenure including allegations the Prime Minister was trying to protect his corporate buddies a SNC Lavalin Inc. READ: Corbella: Jody Wilson-Raybould’s book about Trudeau paints an ugly portrait of our PM AND ‘I did not want her to lie’: Trudeau rejects Wilson-Raybould’s claims about SNC-Lavalin talk RELATED?: Names of SNC employees, executives behind thousands of dollars in illegal Liberal Party donations revealed In what could only be described as a fortunate piece of timing for Trudeau, three days after the federal election (Thursday, Sept 23, 2021), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) finally managed to dig up enough evidence to charge some former executives at SNC Lavalin. CTV News explains: OTTAWA — The corporate entities of SNC-Lavalin Inc. and SNC-Lavalin International Inc., as well as two former senior executives of the Quebec-based firms have been charged with a series of fraud and forgery offenses …
According to Post Millennial, CiberCuba reported that the Cuban Consul in Canada tried to derail a pro-democracy conference being sponsored by a Montreal-based Cuban group that is being held today (Aug 5, 2021).
The fictional, dystopian novel, 1984, written by George Orwell is set to become nonfiction in Canada. According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the federal government is ready to appoint an internet czar, who will be empowered to block websites that the federal government doesn’t like, even if what they are saying is not illegal.
Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, set up the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) in 2017 as a crown corporation, providing it with a budget of $35 billion to fund projects that are of public interest and would entice outside investors. But then members of the House of Commons came up with a crazy idea, they wanted to know how much money the crown corporation was paying in bonuses to its senior management. Often such requests are an indication that Canadian MPs have been hearing some rumours. Incredibly, this crown corporation owned by the taxpayers of Canada and run by the government of Canada is refusing to release that information. Which leads to the bigger question, what is the CIB trying to cover up? The Globe and Mail provides the details: The Canada Infrastructure Bank is refusing to disclose bonuses paid to executives despite a unanimous vote by MPs on a House of Commons committee calling for the amounts to be revealed. Members of Parliament on the standing committee on transport, infrastructure and communities, including Liberal MPs, …
The National Post reports that a Canadian federal judge has just ruled that Justin Trudeau’s government discriminated against Redeemer University, when it was not allowed to participate in a student work program because it was a Christian organization.
While the rest of the world was arranging contracts with the world’s legitimate COVID vaccine manufactures, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was trying to hagg
There is a strange thing happening in Canada. Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, is suing Canada’s House of Commons to prevent release of information on why two scientists who worked for Communist China’s People Liberation Army (PLA) were fired from Canada’s most secure virus lab.
A few days ago, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called anyone critical of his admiration of the Chinese Communist Party as racist. This racism accusation was Trudeau’s response to a very legitimate question in the House of Commons on why his government allowed scientists working for China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) full access to a level 4 virology lab in Winnipeg.
When Conservative MP, Candace Bergen, stood up in the Canadian House of Commons and asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about his unhealthy obsession with the Chinese Communist Party, Trudeau accused her of racism.
The National Microbiology Laboratory based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada does research on some of the world’s deadliest diseases. The Globe and Mail recently asked why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau allowed members of Communist China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) unfettered access to the Canada’s ‘highest-security’ infectious disease lab.
Over the past several months, I have written about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s unhealthy obsession with Communist China, and now it seems Oxford University agrees. In a recent study it compared Trudeau’s dystopian COVID lockdown to what we see in China and Cuba. Their words not mine.
With Prime Justin Trudeau’s unhealthy obsession with the Chinese Communist Party, it is not surprising that Canada is in the process of passing legislation, Bill C-10, that similar to Communist China would allow Trudeau to block any websites he doesn’t agree with and to censor any posts or videos that he doesn’t like.
When it comes to criticizing Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau handling of COVID, it’s like shooting fish in a barrel. It is becoming embarrassing. Compare this headline where the Prime Minister is considering blocking travel between Canadian provinces to stop the spread of COVID:
With Canada becoming the COVID capital of the world, because of Prime Minister Trudeau’s vaccine failure, by February 2021, Canada was forced to plunder vaccine supplies intended for developing nations.
It wasn’t that long ago, that the Canadian military came up with the idea that it could set up a propaganda officer for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. As kind as that offer was, Trudeau turned it down because he had another idea.
There is a scandal brewing in Canada involving the family of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the We Charity that the Trudeau government gave nearly a half billion dollars too. The scandal is so bad that a committee in the House of Commons required the two brothers, Marc and Craig Kielburger, to appear to explain what happened. In a nutshell, while the Trudeau government flooded We Charity with cash, they were paying Trudeau’s family, mother and brother, speaking fees: nearly $500,000,000 versus $400,000. MP Pierre Poilievre asked Marc and Craig Kielburger some pointed questions at the committee meeting: BBC provides additional details: Mr Trudeau is facing the third ethics investigation of his five years in office over the government’s decision to task WE with administering the programme. WE Charity Canada would have received up to $43.5m to manage the programme under that agreement. Just over C$900m ($679m, £519m) was originally earmarked for the programme, designed to connect post-secondary students to volunteer opportunities – for which they would later receive a grant – to make up …
I have reported previously, on the unhealthy obsession that Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has with Communist China. But not even I saw this coming. The Canadian mint is now producing coins heralding China’s Triumphant Dragon.
We all know about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s unhealthy obsession with the Communist tyrants that run China. And now we find out that Canada’s immigration department has contracted a business owned by the Beijing police to protect the data of people who are applying for Canadian visas.
The National Post is reporting that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is threatening an election if the opposition parties continue to push for more exposure of the government’s alleged corruption in connection with the We Charity.
I am not sure what bucket list goals that Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has, but he is on the road to becoming the most corrupt Prime Minister in Canadian history. His most recent scandal is now being picked up by international media involves Trudeau’s government providing a CND$932 million grant to a charity called “We” that in turn was paying his mom and family to speak at charity events. According to an article in The Globe and Mail, Trudeau’s mother, Margaret, was paid CDN$312,000 to speak at 28 events and Trudeau’s brother Alexandre Trudeau was paid CDN$40,000 to speak at 8 events. Oh, and Canada’s finance minister who was also involved in the decision to hand out the grant had family involved with the charity. Breitbart explains: On Tuesday, Trudeau faced increasing calls from both sides of the aisle for him to testify before parliament over his involvement in the federal government’s decision to grant a now-canceled $664 million [$932 million CDN] federal contract to We Charity, an organization that has paid his family …