By: Gregory Staley Written On: 2022-01-06 Many Conservatives in Ontario have become concerned over the emergence of the many different right-wing parties that have recently arrived on the political scene – it has many anxious that these new parties will split the vote on the right. Conservatives in Ontario are asking the question – whyContinue reading “Something smells wretched in Ontarian politics – Derek Sloan and the Ontario Party”
Jim Karahalios, the leader of the New Blue Party has gone on the record as stating that the Independent MPP from Lanark-Frontenak-Kingston, Randy Hillier, is controlled opposition for the Ontario PC party.
Mr. Karahalios says that Mr. Hillier has “cut a deal to get a subsidy with the PC government that he pretends to oppose.”
According to Stats Canada, nearly 15% of Canadian businesses (14.7%) are planning on shrinking their office spaces as the practice of teleworking (working from home) has become more common during the COVID era.
After Premier Kenney in Alberta announced that the province would be implementing restrictions (again) and a vaccine passport, Premier Scott Moe of Saskatchewan found the courage to announce that Saskatchewan would be doing the same.
“We are very much pro-gun and pro-gun owners,” said Chelsea Hillier, the Peoples Party of Canada (PPC) candidate for Elgin-Middlesex-London. Only those whose RSVP’d were permitted at the event.
With just 13 days before the election, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have finally released their housing plan. How does Justin Trudeau, the man who said he admires China’s basic dictatorship plan on solving Canada’s housing crisis? Simple, apply the “use it or lose it” principle to “underused” and “vacant” properties to build more homes.
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), has indicated that they will be taking the government of Ontario to court for their decision to implement a vaccine passport in the province of Ontario.
Cole Squire, the Peoples Party of Canada (PPC) candidate for the riding of Brantford-Brant in Ontario was refused entry to the Brantford Chamber of Commerce’s (BRCC) all-candidates debate.
The report’s preamble begins by saying that “this document does not represent an official policy position of the Government of Canada.” It continues; “Instead, it records the work of a sub-group of new public servants who participated in Canada Beyond 150, a professional development program co-championed by the Privy Council Office and Policy Horizons Canada.”
A 4th year French and History Undergraduate named Cecilia Di Benedetto has written McMaster University indicating that the universities new Covid-19 vaccine mandate for students “is wrong” and that she does not support it. In her letter to McMaster Cecilia wrote that she is considering ending her degree over it. The born and raised Hamiltonian wrote that “a University must be a place of open debate and dialogue” and hear all sides before taking a firm stance on any issue and as far as she can see, “no such debates or public inquiry have taken place.”