Justin Trudeau has sought to normalize relations with Iran dating back to before he became Prime Minister. In light of recent allegations of political interference in Nova Scotia involving the RCMP commissioner, and a pending code of conduct investigation into her refusal to open a criminal investigation into the downing of flight PS752, we know that Canadians must question the relationship between the RCMP and the Prime Minister’s Office. One such question being: Just how much influence does the Prime Minister’s Office have over the RCMP commissioner?
Monthly Archives: July 2022
New Independent Film from Electric Motion Pictures Honours Two of Canada’s Greatest Heroes
Ace and the Scout, a new film being released in October 2022, honours the memory of Francis Pegahmagabow – World War I’s most successful sniper with 378 confirmed kills and his contemporary, flying ace, Billy Bishop.
The Infamous Patrick Brown – Disqualified From the CPC Leadership Race
In the statement from Ian Brodie, Chair of the Leadership Election Organization Committee (LEOC), he says:
“In recent weeks, our Party became aware of serious allegations of wrongdoing by the Patrick Brown campaign that appear to violate the financial provisions of the Canada Elections Act. Following our Rules and Procedures for the 2022 Leadership, the Chief Returning Officer notified the Patrick Brown campaign of the allegations and asked for a written response. He also withheld the interim membership list from the Patrick Brown campaign.”
RCMP Commissioner under pending code of conduct investigation amid political interference allegations
Canadians have become alarmed at the revelations that their RCMP Commissioner may not be independent of the Prime Minister’s Office. Unfortunately, they haven’t come to realize the full scope of the situation. RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki is already under a pending code of conduct investigation for her refusal to open a criminal investigation into the downing of flight PS752 – a flight that was taken down by two missiles and resulted in the loss of 55 Canadian citizens and 30 permanent residents.
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