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LILLEY: Trudeau to spend double disarming hunters than he’ll spend fighting gangs
The Trudeau government is looking to spend double buying back guns from legal gun owners than they have promised to spend fighting guns and gangs. We can’t deny there is a problem with gun and gang
BONOKOSKI: If Trudeau needs a Ministry of Whatever, he simply invents one
There have been many social media jokes — many of them fitting — as to why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not appoint a Minister of Silly Walks? Perhaps such a portfolio was too undignified. He saw
GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau has to choose his approach to governing with a minority
The success of Canada’s new minority Parliament, which will convene on Dec. 5, depends not on the opposition leaders but on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Canadians collectively decided on Oct. 21
EDITORIAL: Divided in some ways, but not others
There has been a lot of chatter this past week about how Canada is now a divided nation. Let’s take a look at the troubling ways in which this is true. But then let’s pause to recount the ways in
MANDEL: Ousted Liberal Jane Philpott fails to win as independent
STOUFFVILLE, Ont. — If this federal election were a morality tale with a happy ending, ousted Jane Philpott should have won as an independent after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked her out for
Controversial Conservative MP Leona Alleslev retains seat
Controversial Conservative MP Leona Alleslev won the riding of Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill. Alleslev, who crossed the floor of Parliament in September 2018 to sit with Andrew Scheer’s
Canada Election a Deadlock After Trudeau Blackface Scandal
Polls are extremely tight going into Canada’s elections on Monday, with no clear frontrunner after incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau weathered a corruption scandal and the discovery of several
Trudeau Wore Bulletproof Vest at Campaign Event
Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest at a campaign event in Mississauga, Ontario, in what some are calling an "unprecedented" move.
Canada's Justin Trudeau Describes Brexit Supporters as 'Alt-Right'
Canadian Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has labelled those who support the UK leaving the EU as "alt-right" in a new attack against his Conservative Party rival.
Grit candidate apologizes for defending Trudeau blackface pics
Another member of Team Trudeau is in hot water over the blackface controversy. In a Sept. 28 radio interview posted to Twitter on Wednesday, Judy Sgro, federal Liberal candidate for Humber River-Black
Climate-Friendly Trudeau Slammed for Using Two Planes on Campaign Trail
Opponents slammed Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau as a hypocrite after it emerged that he was using two aeroplanes as part of his bid for re-election as prime minister.
Liberal candidate apologizes for past racist, homophobic and sexist social media posts
From the party that preaches tolerance, inclusion, and equality, this isn’t a good look. Jaime Battiste, the federal Liberal candidate for the Nova Scotia riding of Sydney-Victoria, has apologized
FUREY: Facebook ‘fact check’ censors Sun column critiquing Liberals
Every day, social media manager Cathy Leal puts together graphics for a popular Facebook page belonging to a Canadian business advocacy group. The Coalition of Concerned Manufacturers and Businesses
GUEST COLUMN: Candidates ignore federal budget on campaign trail
By Tegan Hill and Jake Fuss, Special to Postmedia Network Unless you’ve been living underground, you’ve already heard plenty from party leaders this federal election, which is less than two weeks old.
GUNTER: Trudeau’s camping pledge is peak privilege
Now Justin Trudeau’s privilege truly is showing. I’m talking about Trudeau’s announcement Thursday that the planet can be saved and the plight of the urban poor reversed if only we would spend gobs of
MALCOLM: Why have the Liberals been blocking a journalist from covering them?
What is Justin Trudeau afraid of? For over a week now, the Liberal campaign has gone to ridiculous lengths to try to keep a journalist away from Trudeau and to prevent him from asking tough questions.
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.
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
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
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