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How a Muslim veil is dominating Canada’s election race

2 days agoNews : BlogPost

Canada will hold its federal election in less than two weeks. For months, the contest has been viewed as a three-horse race between the ruling Conservative party of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the Liberals and the leftist New Democrat Party. There are lots of important issues at stake, including Canada's flagging economy, its role in counterterrorism operations overseas, […]

Canada's Major Opposition Leader: I'll Legalize Pot 'Right Away' if Elected

Liberal Party of Canada leader Justin Trudeau announced that, if elected, his government would begin taking action on legalizing marijuana “right away,” stressing that he would strictly regulate the sale of pot should he succeed.

The man who could become the next leader of Canada once called another member of parliament a 'piece of s---'

Election season is underway in Canada, where an Oct. 19 vote will determine who will become the next prime minister. A lot of eyes are on Justin Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal Party, and the son of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau. Show More Summary

10 Reasons Why Having Your Campaign Poster Photo-Shopped Is A Good Thing

It's election time in Canada and the Liberal Party of Canada has a new look for their campaign posters. They've been getting a lot of attention, particularly this modification of the candidate for Quebec's LaSalle-Émard-Verdun riding's poster, David Lametti. Show More Summary

Twenty-five years ago today

   Twenty five ?years! Twenty-five years ago today, Jean Chretien became the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.  That’s a younger me, above, with my Dad, who was there as the Chretien campaign’s physician at the convention. We are waiting for the results of the vote, which our guy would win handily in our […]

Thank You, Alberta

In a sign that maybe the world won’t go to hell in a handbasket just yet, a slate of liberal candidates just swept into office in Alberta, Canada. See: In Blow to Tar Sands Industry, Liberal Party Sweeps Alberta Elections Alberta, heart of Canada’s oil industry, elects socialist-leaning government I don’t think this election will […]

Alberta Lurches Left, Makes History

Against all odds, sort of, the ruling Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta has fallen, and Canada’s most conservative province has put into power its most liberal major party: It’s a massive shock that turns Canadian politics on its head. CBC has projected that the NDP has won a majority government in Alberta. CBC is also…


The one responsible for the biggest abridgement of civil liberties in Toronto’s history – the one who defended carding non-white citizens.  Running for the Liberal Party of Canada. What a disgrace.

Pro-Abortion Canadian Party Leader Justin Trudeau Criticized For Not Being Pro-Abortion Enough

Well this is interesting. In spite of refusing to budge on a proclamation which bans pro-lifers from the Liberal Party of Canada, the federal New Democrats think Justin Trudeau is not pro-choice enough. The federal Liberal leader has endorsed the P.E.I. Liberals in the upcoming provincial election and was campaigning with P.E.I. Liberal leader Wade […]

Canada's Trudeau 'unequivocally opposed' to coalition government

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The leader of Canada's opposition Liberals said on Wednesday that he is "unequivocally opposed" to forming a coalition government with the left-leaning New Democratic Party following an election set for October.

Chrystia Freeland wants to increase exports to China (but not oil)

Ezra Levant reports for In a recent speech in the House of Commons, Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland stated that “Canada’s share of exports to Asia has dropped by half.” But does the Liberal Party really support exports to China? Not in the case of oil. Canada’s ethical oil could be exported to China via […]

Leading politician says Canada treats Muslims today as it did Jews in the ’30s and ’40s

7 months agoNews : BlogPost

In a dramatic speech Tuesday evening, the leader of Canada's Liberal Party Justin Trudeau criticized the Canadian government for its rhetoric over the threat of Islamist-related terrorism – and compared the country's treatment of its Muslims minorities with the restrictive policies against Jews prior to and during World War II. Show More Summary

Liberal Party of Canada presidential candidate interview: Brian Rice

From February 20-23, federal Liberals will gather in Montreal, and one of their tasks will be to elect a new national executive. Last week, I published interviews with some of the table officer candidates. This week, I finish with the candidates for party president. Show More Summary

2nd openly LGBT Canadian premier on the horizon in 2015

University of Prince Edward Island President Wade MacLauchlan in his Charlottetown office.(Nina Linton For The Globe and Mail) 2015 may also bring a second openly LGBT premier in Canada: Prince Edward Island's Liberal Party seems poised...Show More Summary

Danielle Takacs is the Liberal candidate for Brantford-Brant

It was great to join over 100 Liberals on Thursday evening as my friend Danielle Takacs was nominated as the Liberal Party of Canada candidate in her hometown of Brantford. There was a palpable energy in the room, and a sense that with hope and hard work anything is possible in 2015. Show More Summary

In Tuesday’s Sun: A column in which I again stand with Israel hate mail landing in 5…4…3…

For political parties, winning elections is – naturally – the big prize. Almost as good: stealing away an entire demographic group from an opponent. Case in point, Canadian Jewish voters. The Liberal Party of Canada used to have ‘em. Now they don’t. The Conservative Party of Canada, Stephen Harper, prop., stole ‘em. It is an [...]

I'm running for LPC(O) vice-president communications

I am excited to announce I have decided to seek the position of vice-president, communications of the Liberal Party of Canada (Ontario).There is tremendous opportunity for our party to move forward and accomplish great things for Canadians under our new leader, Justin Trudeau, but he can’t do it alone. Show More Summary

Duly Quoted: Elizabeth May, on Andrea Horwath’s Partisanship and Respecting Kathleen Wynne

Leader of the Green Party of Canada has harsh words for the leader of the provincial NDP, but really just wants everyone to get out and vote. “I respect Kathleen Wynne. I do not like all Liberal policies; nor do I support any provincial party other than the Greens. Show More Summary

New Campaign Targets Justin Trudeau’s Ban on Pro-Life Candidates

Last month, Justin Trudeau said that if you’re pro-life, you can’t be a candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada. “I have made it clear that future candidates need to be completely understanding that they will be expected to vote pro-choice on any bills,” Trudeau said, according to Sun News. That comment had pro-life groups […]

Justin Trudeau Refuses to Condemn Sex-Selection Abortions

Thanks to Justin Trudeau, the national conversation about abortion and pre-born human rights is heating up in Canada. It has been more than two weeks since the leader of the Liberal Party declared that pro-life candidates would not be allowed to run for his party. In spite of Trudeau going farther than any other party […]

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