“a concern and a threat” and that it’s “more common here and elsewhere than people think” and he also remarked that “this matter is not new.”
On June 22nd at 1:30 in the morning, the Liberal Government of Canada passed the controversial bill C-10 (196-112) with help from the Bloc and NDP and one vote from the Green Party. The bill is now on Its way to the Senate for approval. On June 22nd at 1:30 in the morning, the Liberal Government of Canada passed the controversial bill C-10 (196-112) with help from the Bloc and NDP and one vote from the Green Party. The bill is now on Its way to the Senate for approval.
Candice Bergen commented on Trudeau’s failed mask theatre while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was off in the UK for the 47th G7 Summit.
“Well Mr. Speaker, what a weekend our Prime Minister had in the UK, hobnobbing with the rich and famous. He seemed to have forgotten his mask a few times…”
The federal government spent $8,664,524 in its failed campaign for a seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council.
Do you have hope that as we approach summer with the vaccination rollout ramping up that lockdowns will end? Well, don’t because the Prime Minister of Canada says that if we meet all of his demands in the fight against Covid-19 we can only expect a “slightly better summer.”
“He doesn’t genuinely believe in any of the things he claims, be it feminism, climate change, democratic reform, or this. He is an empty vessel,” said McKenna’s husband, Scott Gilmore.
A video of Justin Trudeau appeared today speaking about vaccines. He clearly stated, “vaccines aren’t enough to keep us safe”.
This is a very concerning dialogue from the Prime Minister of Canada. The video can be seen below.
In case you are unaware, recently, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott removed all Covid-19 restrictions including masking and the closure of businesses.
Jagmeet Singh wants to forgive up to $20,000 in debt for those with student loans. They are also looking to eliminate student loan interest and make post-secondary education free — That’s his election promise.
But Canada can’t afford that.
Not with more than $1 Trillion of debt.
Last week, Canada Post announced they would be sending 13.5 million postage-paid postcards to every household in Canada.
But what if we sent them to the Prime Minister of Canada?