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FATAH: All Trudeau needed to do was denounce the Khalistan movement

FATAH: All Trudeau needed to do was denounce the Khalistan movement

By now, you’ve no doubt read how a convicted Canadian Sikh terrorist Jaspal Atwal was invited to dinner with Prime Minister Trudeau and would have been a guest had it not been for my colleague Candice
GUNTER: If you thought Harper hurt our global standing, then take a look at Trudeau

GUNTER: If you thought Harper hurt our global standing, then take a look at Trudeau

The entire time Stephen Harper was prime minister, the Liberals and their media and academic buddies wrung their hands about the damage he was doing to Canada’s reputation on the world stage. Oh my
GUEST COLUMN: Trudeau and India ― the loss of strategic trust

GUEST COLUMN: Trudeau and India ― the loss of strategic trust

By Abhijit Iyer-Mitra Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has now nearly finished what has proven to be a rocky visit to India – one that shed some unexpected light on the deep hidden mistrust creeping into
GOLDSTEIN: Stroke of luck

GOLDSTEIN: Stroke of luck

On the evening of Sunday, Jan. 21, I became one of more than 50,000 Canadians — one every 10 minutes — who will have a stroke this year. I didn’t fully understand what a stroke is and what it does

BONOKOSKI: The curtain falls on Trudeau’s Bollywood docu-comedy

Okay, our prime minister’s Bollywood debut is over. As Rotten Tomatoes would likely agree if it were to review the performance as if it were a movie, it was a colossal flop. Over-the-top,
MARIN: Misconduct in Ontario AG’s office demands scrutiny

MARIN: Misconduct in Ontario AG’s office demands scrutiny

While the Progressive Conservatives appear stuck in endless mayhem, Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government has been laying low and presumably enjoying the spectacle despite the PCs soaring even higher in
WALLACE: Patrick Brown launches libel suit against CTV

WALLACE: Patrick Brown launches libel suit against CTV

Patrick Brown, as he has for some time suggested he would, launched a libel lawsuit Friday against CTV News over their now infamous tale of sexual misconduct. The lawsuit claims CTV broadcast a
MALCOLM: Did Trudeau Liberals lobby India to admit Atwal?

MALCOLM: Did Trudeau Liberals lobby India to admit Atwal?

As the fallout continues over Trudeau’s disastrous trip to India, the Sun has learned new details about the Indian visa process for the Canadian delegation. According to multiple sources, the Trudeau
WALLACE: Trudeau needs to stop playing trade games

WALLACE: Trudeau needs to stop playing trade games

You can add the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement to Justin Trudeau’s growing list of singularly bad and mind-boggling economic decisions. Not as cringe worthy perhaps as his naive and
GUEST COLUMN: Fearmongering over oil tankers isn’t the way to go

GUEST COLUMN: Fearmongering over oil tankers isn’t the way to go

By Stewart Muir, Special to Postmedia Network There are two viewpoints when it comes to the central issue that divides Vancouver residents. To say they are polarized would be quite the understatement.
CRAIG: Canada’s now losing energy sector business to Tanzania

CRAIG: Canada’s now losing energy sector business to Tanzania

Recently the Canadian Taxpayers Federation heard some pretty shocking news. According to a reliable contact in Alberta’s energy industry, a major international energy investor had been looking at
SNOBELEN: Team Canada’s Jocelyne Larocque owes no apologies

SNOBELEN: Team Canada’s Jocelyne Larocque owes no apologies

Failing. For a long stretch of my life, I made an annual pilgrimage to Oklahoma City in the company of a couple of close friends – my dog, Hatch, and a young horse. The purpose of that trip was to

FUREY: The world has all of a sudden revised its take on Justin Trudeau

What an incredible reversal of fortune the past couple months have been for Justin Trudeau. There were a few hints that this was about to come, that the world was going to turn on him. Or at least
OPINION: Freeing the hostage grapes

OPINION: Freeing the hostage grapes

BY GORDON LAFORTUNE If there is something that the recent — thankfully, now suspended — wine war between Alberta and British Columbia underlines, it is the tenuous access that Canadian wineries in one
BONOKOSKI: Trudeau in India – From butter chicken to kirpan socks

BONOKOSKI: Trudeau in India – From butter chicken to kirpan socks

It would appear our prime minister, rarely pictured lately without culturally appropriating some kind of traditional Indian garb, apparently could not find a chef good enough to cook Indian food in

WALLACE: Randy was dandy with Patrick, until he wasn’t

Roughly two years ago, in April 2016, shoot-from-the-lip Conservative MPP Randy Hillier praised the coming of then-Tory leader Patrick Brown and what it meant for misunderstood backbenchers such as
MALCOLM: Would-be assassin has longtime ties to Liberals

MALCOLM: Would-be assassin has longtime ties to Liberals

Jaspal Atwal, the former terrorist member and would-be assassin who was photographed alongside members of the Canadian delegation in India, is a long-time supporter of the Liberal Party of Canada.
GUEST COLUMN: Trudeau’s trip to India lacks purpose

GUEST COLUMN: Trudeau’s trip to India lacks purpose

By Arthur G. Rubinoff, Special to Postmedia Network Prior to Prime Minister Paul Martin’s visit to India in January 2005, I was approached by the Privy Council to provide a rationale for his trip and
HASSAN: As Trump freezes aid, Pakistan’s terror problem is still very real

HASSAN: As Trump freezes aid, Pakistan’s terror problem is still very real

Pakistan recently sought American help to build a fence along its Afghan border – and Pakistan wants President Trump to pay for it. That’s according to Nasser Khan Janjua, national security advisor to
FUREY: Former Liberal minister attacked by Atwal previously warned feds

FUREY: Former Liberal minister attacked by Atwal previously warned feds

Jaspal Atwal didn’t just try to kill a prominent Indian politician, he was charged for attacking another activist who’d go on to become a Liberal cabinet minister. And that minister went on to warn