... which I have been asking, on social media, for weeks ... ... is, finally, thanks to a Conservative Senator, out in the open: the Toronto Sun reports that "Quebec Senator Leo Housakos called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a bribe taker in the We Charity scandal, prompting a chorus of “Shame! Shame!” from other senators [...]
So, I see, in an article from Reuters, that "India summoned Canada’s ambassador on Friday and said comments made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over protests by farmers near Delhi were an interference in its domestic affairs and would seriously hurt bilateral ties ... [this latest issue started when] ... Trudeau, speaking to the Indian [...]
To all my friends in the Artillery and Engineers ... ... and to all those, civilian and military, Navy, Army and Air Force, who work with explosives, especially the brave men and women who do explosive ordnance demolition.
This post on social media caught my eye: Even though I am on record as advocating truly massive changes in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, I am one of those who, like Mr Glavin, loves (too often, sadly, loved) what it can do for Canada. I have "loved" the CBC since I was a child. But [...]
... doesn't it? That fellow enjoying a glass of nice, clean water is Marc Miller, Prime Minister Trudeau's Indigenous Services Minister, telling Indigenous Canadians that Justin Trudeau's promise ... ... wasn't worth the paper it was printed on. Did Prime Minister Trudeau ever intend to keep his promise? Of course he did, he always believes [...]
As is so often the case I find myself agreeing with the Globe and Mail's John Ibbitson when he says, in a recent column in that newspaper, that "Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s fall economic statement is an act of deception – or maybe self-deception ... [because] ... While this Liberal government promises to invest up to $100-billion [...]
Just take a look at this short (less than one minute) video, please ... ... as one wag put it, "smaller forces have invaded Belgium." All for one foolish man who decided to defy an order to stop serving meals indoors in his Toronto restaurant. No consider, please, Roxham Road ... ... where, for the [...]
As we enter the last month if the year I want to say thank you to all those who followed this blog and especially those who do so regularly and who comment, from time to time. You came, in order of number of visits, from: Canada, the United States of America, Australia, the United Kingdom [...]
Please watch/listen to this discussion between Brian Lilley and Warren Kinsella of Sun News discussing the emerging vaccine scandal. I'll write, later, about whether or not Mr Kinsella is right; for now, please focus on 2'05" to 2'35" ~ just 30 seconds ~ when Brian Lilley makes the point that "nothing sticks to this guy," [...]
... today is the First Sunday in Advent. The joyous Christmas season is upon us. Let us all, of every faith, look forward to a happy holiday season.