Ahead of the Liberal Party of Canada biennial coming up in February in Montreal, Ontario Liberals gathered in Kingston this weekend to debate over 60 policies and pick the 10 priority resolutions that our province can send on to be debated...Show More Summary
On the same day they circulate an unprecedented personal attack on my friend, Brandon-Souris Liberal candidate Rolf Dinsdale, that is written by Stephen Harper himself… …Stephen Harper himself is identified in a sworn RCMP court document as being “good to go” on what the Mounties say is clearly a crime. Link here. Read it yourself. [...]
Ezra Levant discusses the Liberal Party of Canada's recent call to repeal mandatory minimum sentences. This report aired on The Source November 14 2013....
While the 2015 federal election is a long ways off (if Stephen Harper actually sticks to his fixed election date law, that is), in a sign of the strength and renewal of the Liberal Party of Canada, quality candidates are already beginning...Show More Summary
The best and worst of the Liberal Party of Canada were on full display in the past week. On the one hand, there was the “race” to be the Liberal candidate in Toronto Centre, which became available when Bob Rae decided to retire from politics. The behind-the-scenes machinations in Toronto Centre suggest, among other things, [...]
A reader updates us: I’m aware that Canadian political news doesn’t make much of a dent in the American news cycle, so I thought that you’d enjoy knowing the position taken by the leader of the federal Liberal Party. Justin Trudeau just came out in favour of legalization, going further than the party’s existing stance […]
This is a very important shift by Justin Trudeau. For Americans who don’t know about Canadian politics, the Liberal Party of Canada is one of the major parties in Canada and one of the most successful political parties in history of the world. While it did poorly in the last federal election, dropping to third place, it governed Canada for most of the 20th century.
Justin Trudeau, leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, was recently asked by a charitable organization to give back a hefty speaking fee — $20,000 — after the event he spoke at took a loss. Not surprisingly, the dispute quickly became (and perhaps even started as) a political dustup. Should Trudeau return the money, as […]
The claim was made by Dr. William Warburton, an expert in health-data research who was previously under contract with the Ministry of Health investigating the effects of atypical antipsychotic medications. Warburton is arguing that the...Show More Summary
The political debate in Canada is heating up, with the Conservative party recently launching a series of attack ads aimed at the new Liberal party leader, Justin Trudeau. Whatever you think of these kinds of ads — and I am of the mind...Show More Summary
The Liberal Party of Canada released a new ad last night featuring Justin Trudeau “turning…
As mentioned earlier, the Liberal Party of Canada this morning released two new ads featuring Justin Trudeau that will be running on elevision and online, one in English and one in French (you can donate here to help keep them on the air). Show More Summary
The day after Justin Trudeau was elected leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, as predictably as the sun rises in the East, the Conservatives did what the Conservatives do – they released negative personal attack ads. It’s all they know how to do. And it has worked for them before (see Dion, Stephen and Ignatieff, Michael). Show More Summary
Congratulations to the Shiny Pony! Justin Trudeau is the new leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. He is now boss of all 34 Liberal MPs - 35, if you include himself. He was always the Media Party's choice...
OTTAWA — Observations and glimpses from the Liberal Party of Canada’s leadership announcement: - New Brunswick Liberal MP Dominic Leblanc — who contemplated again running for the party leadership, but didn’t — looking simultaneously relieved and regretful, as he stood at the back of the Westin hotel’s convention hall. Regretful for what might have been; [...]
by Peter Baklinski OTTAWA, Ontario, April 15, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Justin Trudeau, 41, was overwhelmingly elected to lead Canada’s Liberal party on Sunday, snatching 80 percent of the vote on the first ballot. Canadian life and family leaders are warning that Trudeau’s hard-line stances favoring…
The Liberal Paty of Canada elected a charismatic young leader Sunday, handing Justin Trudeau, the son of Canada's late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, a landslide victory in the April 14 party leadership election. Trudeau, a 41-year-old...Show More Summary
THE Liberal Party of Canada took a gamble on April 14th and selected Justin Trudeau, the 41-year-old son of a former prime minister, as its leader. Mr Trudeau was the runaway favourite in a field of six candidates, taking almost 25,000 of the 30,800 points available in a vote by preferential ballot. Show More Summary
Justin Trudeau, son of former PM, named new leader of Liberal Party of Canada, promising "positive politics" and change.
OTTAWA — In a convention hall on Sunday, Justin Trudeau will be named leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. He’s been after the job formally for months, and now he’s got it. What, one might reasonably ask, was he thinking? It’s not like the post is a coveted prize, after all. Trudeau has inherited [...]