Liberal Brand Battered by ‘Paradise Papers’

November 7, 2017 admin 0

  The Trudeau government’s politically bruised promise to ensure “tax fairness” for the middle class took another beating Monday amid unfolding revelations about the widespread and perfectly legal practice among ultra-wealthy Canadians of harbouring cash […]


Canada’s Very Expensive Finance Minister

October 24, 2017 admin 0

  When Bill Morneau stands in the House of Commons on Tuesday to deliver the fall fiscal update, he will be hoping desperately that what he announces will be splendid enough that Canadians take note. […]


How Charismatic Singh is a Threat to Trudeau: Watt

October 22, 2017 admin 0

  No doubt that the federal Liberals followed the results of the New Democratic Party’s leadership contest with great trepidation. Jagmeet Singh’s election is a monumental breakthrough for Canada’s community of visible minorities. But Singh […]


PM Says Critics ‘Stoking National Divisions’

October 9, 2017 admin 0

  The prime minister accused opponents on Saturday of “stoking national divisions” through their reactions to TransCanada’s decision to cancel its Energy East Pipeline plans. Justin Trudeau said in a Facebook post that critics who […]


Trudeau Pays Tribute at Arnold Chan’s Funeral

September 24, 2017 admin 0

  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was one of the scores of people paying tribute at the funeral for Liberal MP Arnold Chan on Saturday morning in Toronto. Chan, the member of parliament for Scarborough-Agincourt, died […]