To put it bluntly, it would appear that the Prime Minister has put his political desire to re-establish relations with the terrorist supporting state of Iran ahead of his desire to pursue justice and accountability for these grieving Canadians.
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Why is the Canadian government making justice for victims of PS752 so hard?
The response we received from the RCMP media relations team was staggering – they still had unwavering confidence in the Ukrainian authority’s ability to conduct the investigation and see no need to launch a Canadian-led investigation for our citizens.
“Despite the current circumstances in Ukraine, we have witnessed the abilities and dedication of the Ukrainian investigators and we continue to have confidence in their efforts.” The email closed by saying, “In the pursuit of truth, justice and accountability for this tragedy, the RCMP remains committed to continuing our law enforcement assistance to Ukraine as well as to ensuring we provide the victims’ families, and loved ones affected, with support services. “
WATCH: Roman Baber’s fiery exchange with Solicitor Gen. Sylvia Jones and House Leader Paul Calandra
A valid question regarding the Reopening Ontario Act resulted in a fiery exchange between Roman Baber and the Solicitor General of Ontario this week.
VIDEO: Our question to Derek Sloan — building the economy through grassroots policies
Here is our question to Derek Sloan at the Conservative Leadership Fireside Chat in Toronto, Ont., on July 29, 2020.
Conservative Leadership “debate” held with two out of four candidates in Toronto
Only half of the Conservative Leadership candidates attended a debate in Toronto at the Sheraton Hotel, hosted by The Independent Press Gallery of Canada (IPG) this evening. Read to find out more.
The political favour factory
Information is power, so why do so few in the world know about the inner workings of their countries political systems? We can’t fix a problem if we don’t know it exists.
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