Clive Doucet | October 6, 2019 | in Blog Post
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What is old is new again. If Justin Trudeau had wanted to avoid winning elections on fear based politics he could have kept his promise to make this election based on a proportional vote, so each party received its fair share of the electorate’s intentions; but he didn’t. After gaining office, he discarded it and is now back with the 2015 winning... More
National Observer | July 24, 2019 | in Published
The hashtag #TrudeauMustGo soared to the top of Twitter's trending list in Canada on Tuesday, perhaps giving some observers the impression that Canadians were taking to social media en masse to express their discontent with the prime minister. But a closer look revealed that much of the activity surrounding the hashtag was actually driven by... More
Stefan Klietsch | May 22, 2019 | in Op-Ed
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It is said that repeating the same thing over again and expecting a different outcome is the definition of insanity.  So, having been caught red-handed in harassing the former Attorney General Judy Wilson-Raybould for not protecting Liberal-friendly firm SNC Lavalin against criminal charges, the Prime Minister’s Office and other Liberals proceeded... More
National Observer | April 17, 2019 | in Published
Pollution from fossil fuels in Canada continues to grow by staggering amounts, with the oilsands sector alone responsible for more carbon pollution than all of B.C. or Quebec in 2017, says the federal government in its latest climate change report to the United Nations. The newest edition of Canada’s National Inventory Report, covering data up to... More

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