federal election 2019

BONOKOSKI: Trudeau’s Indigenous floating of a canoe tips in Mohawk territory

BONOKOSKI: Trudeau’s Indigenous floating of a canoe tips in Mohawk territory

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau arrived at his recent press conference in Sudbury paddling a canoe — yet he was not ridiculed like Stockwell Day was in 2000 for arriving on a Sea-Doo and wearing a
GOLDSTEIN: Singh’s one-liners aren’t an energy policy

GOLDSTEIN: Singh’s one-liners aren’t an energy policy

There are valid reasons to criticize Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate and energy policies, but the right way to do it is not with the childish insults coming from Jagmeet Singh and the NDP.
MARIN: No longer a beautiful day in Trudeau’s neighbourhood

MARIN: No longer a beautiful day in Trudeau’s neighbourhood

In the last federal election in 2015, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau went from heading the third party to becoming Prime Minister by promising “sunny ways.” Things would be different than they were
SIMS: The B.C. carbon tax shows us why a national one is a bad idea

SIMS: The B.C. carbon tax shows us why a national one is a bad idea

By Kris Sims, Special to Postmedia Network Politicians are trying to sell a national carbon tax to Canadians this election, but we shouldn’t buy it. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pointing to B.C.
TOWHEY: Vote early, if not often

TOWHEY: Vote early, if not often

Have you already decided who you’re voting for? Then why haven’t you voted yet? Oct. 21 is federal “Election Day” in Canada, but perhaps it should be renamed “Counting Day.” Because, you can vote
LILLEY: Trudeau should choose truth for a change

LILLEY: Trudeau should choose truth for a change

Even in Montreal, Justin Trudeau couldn’t help but campaign against Ontario’s premier. The PM was announcing a new plan to plant 2 billion trees over the next 10 years when he took his latest shot at
GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau joins climate protest against himself

GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau joins climate protest against himself

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marching in Friday’s Global Climate Strike in Montreal was yet another example of his hypocrisy — on steroids. Because if Trudeau was marching to protest global inaction
WARMINGTON: Despite small group of protesters, PM a hit at Barrie pub

WARMINGTON: Despite small group of protesters, PM a hit at Barrie pub

BARRIE — These masks were both blackface and whiteface at the same time. And outside this campaign stop, where men were wearing them, it was creeping people out while at the same time keeping Prime
Latest Liberal attack ad opens fire on legal gun owners

Latest Liberal attack ad opens fire on legal gun owners

It’s not quite the infamous “Soldiers with guns in our streets” ad but it is close. The Liberal Party’s latest attack ad warns darkly about the dangers of electing a Conservative government — using
Bloc Quebecois calls for end to veiled voting

Bloc Quebecois calls for end to veiled voting

The Bloc Quebecois is calling for the controversial secularism law passed in Quebec to apply to all federal government services in that province — including voting. Bloc Leader Yves-François Blanchet
BONOKOSKI: Trudeau’s long-departed grandfather likely none too happy

BONOKOSKI: Trudeau’s long-departed grandfather likely none too happy

The Trudeau’s family fortune, and the foundation for Justin Trudeau’s eventual trust fund which affords him his life of admitted white “privilege,” began in 1934 when Charles-Emile Trudeau, son of a
KINSELLA: Trudeau and Trump believe rules don’t apply to them

KINSELLA: Trudeau and Trump believe rules don’t apply to them

Trump and Trudeau: They’re not that different, really. Sons of millionaires. Never had to worry about a hydro bill, never needed to fret about a mortgage payment. Never experienced the pocketbook
EDITORIAL: Trudeau needs to address his record, political and beyond

EDITORIAL: Trudeau needs to address his record, political and beyond

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau seems to think that during this election campaign he can skate around his track record — both as prime minister these past four years and in his personal misdeeds. The
GOLDSTEIN: Scheer’s fighting history, not just Trudeau

GOLDSTEIN: Scheer’s fighting history, not just Trudeau

Conservatives complaining Andrew Scheer should be way ahead of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberals in election polling, given Trudeau’s numerous political scandals, need to learn some
LILLEY: Trudeau’s troubling pattern with strong women

LILLEY: Trudeau’s troubling pattern with strong women

Taken on its own, the story in the Globe and Mail about Liberal MP Eva Nassif wouldn’t be of tremendous interest. Taken as part of a pattern that goes against Justin Trudeau’s self-proclaimed
GUNTER: Elizabeth May Photoshopping tells a lot about the whole green movement

GUNTER: Elizabeth May Photoshopping tells a lot about the whole green movement

So Elizabeth May got caught Photoshopping a reusable coffee mug with metal straw into her hands in a Green party promotional photo. All right, May probably didn’t do the image-doctoring herself. She
BERNIER: Choosing smart populism with the People’s Party

BERNIER: Choosing smart populism with the People’s Party

NOTE: The Toronto Sun has offered column space to all of the major political party leaders to make their pitch to you, the voter. Here is People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier’s contribution. BY MAXIME
MULCAIR: For better or worse, Trudeau has always been about appearances

MULCAIR: For better or worse, Trudeau has always been about appearances

When even Donald Trump managed to feign shock over Justin Trudeau’s repeat appearances in blackface, you knew it’d been a rough week for our PM. But it was also Trump who explained the formula for
September 24, 2019

September 24, 2019

Tim Dolighan.
EDITORIAL: Trudeau needs to blame himself, not the rest of us

EDITORIAL: Trudeau needs to blame himself, not the rest of us

There was a brief moment where it seemed like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau understood the magnitude of what he had done. That was the very night the first blackface story broke, when Trudeau stood in