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We Saw What You Did There

As my readers know I have very little time for Ezra Levant and RebelMedia. However, the SJW bullies are now well offside.

From the remarkably self-rightous  470 more words


Scheer won't do more interviews on The Rebel, citing editorial direction

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he’ll do no further interviews with online news outlet the Rebel until it changes its editorial direction.

Scheer is linking his decision to the Rebel’s coverage of last weekend’s deadly Charlottesville protests. 386 more words


Look of NDP voting pool crucial in determining next leader

Today marks a crucial deadline in the campaign for the federal NDP leadership.

More than 16 months after convention delegates voted to choose a new leader, the membership cutoff to vote for Tom Mulcair’s successor has arrived. 599 more words


Downfall of high-profile Alberta MLA Derek Fildebrandt came quickly but isn’t likely to last long

The downfall of Alberta MLA Derek Fildebrandt happened, in the memorable words of Ernest Hemingway, “gradually and then suddenly.”

First, last week, the revelation that Fildebrandt was renting out his… 692 more words


NDP Leadership Election

The NDP leadership election is fast approaching in October. The leadership race is currently on between four candidates vying to replace the outgoing Tom Mulcair: 84 more words

Canadian Politics

North American farmers unite behind NAFTA, supply management spat likened to 'family fight'

OTTAWA — Farmers from Canada, the United States and Mexico are showing a united front and downplaying irritants as negotiators begin a rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement. 548 more words


Justin Trudeau's top adviser has an unlikely friend in the Trump administration

As far as unlikely political friendships go, it’s not quite Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley or Kim Jong-un and Dennis Rodman.

But the fact that Justin Trudeau’s top adviser Gerald Butts is apparently pals with Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon will surely raise a few eyebrows. 448 more words