Trudeau and the Canadian left’s hypocritical “feminism”

The only women worth listening to, according to the Liberals and the NDP, are pro-choice women. The only women worthy of representing women, according to our country’s political left, are women who believe what they believe. And this show’s the Trudeau government’s blatant hypocrisy when it comes to feminism and women’s rights—namely, a woman’s right…

Were election rules broken at the CPC convention?

The Conservative Party of Canada is currently under fire for potential voter fraud stemming from discrepancies in its claimed voter turnout, compared to the strikeout lists sent to each campaign. There was a 7,466 vote discrepancy between them. This has cast doubt on the legitimacy of Andrew Scheer’s May 27th victory, especially by Maxime Bernier’s supporters. However,…

Scheer’s Path to 2019

On May 27th, the Conservative Party of Canada chose its new leader—and it chose Andrew Scheer. With over 140,000 votes cast, according to the Conservative Party, and the underdog candidate receiving only 50.95 per cent of the vote on the 13th ballot, it is clear that the more than year-long race has been divisive. Andrew Scheer is…

Trudeau’s reckless spending is hurting Canada

Earlier this month, the Fraser Institute released a report stating that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spent the second-most per capita on programs of any prime minister. While former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper did edge out Trudeau to claim the title of largest spender, the circumstances around these figures are important to consider, according to the Fraser Institute….

Canada is giving up on free speech

Recently, Canada’s members of parliament voted in favour of a motion to condemn Islamophobia in Canada, to the chagrin of free speech advocates. The motion, presented by backbench Liberal MP Iqra Khalid and known as M103, maintains that parliament will attempt to quell instances of hate and fear and provide suggestions for parliament going forward on…

Rick Peterson – Fiscally Innovative, Socially Accessible

Rick Peterson entered the Conservative Party leadership race Oct. 18, 2016. Over the last six months, the private sector underdog is all about innovation and invigorating the economy—he’s one of the only candidates consistently debating serious policy.   Peterson has proposed significant tax cuts across the board. A 15 per cent, flat personal income tax,…