I saw this on social media ... ... along with a quip from Conservative MP John Brassard who said, "I wonder if Jody Wilson-Raybould and Dr Jane Philpot would agree? ... [and] ... Also wonder if Eva Nassif or others from his Caucus would agree with him as well?" Those are good questions.
There is a very interesting article in the Globe and Mail about a proposed new housing development in Vancouver. The development is interesting on a number of levels, because: "Planners are looking at providing parking for only 10 per cent of the apartments, far below the usual minimum ... [because] ... reducing the amount of … Continue reading Doing things right
This post, from the estimable and retired senior civil servant, diplomat and political insider (he was Brian Mulroney's Chief of Staff after holding a senior appointment in both provincial and the national cabinet offices) Norman Spector pretty much sums up Justin Trudeau's dilemma: I'm not going to repeat (well, not more than just this once) … Continue reading Damned if he does
Yesterday I asked everyone to come out and vote, but just the day before the ever-insightful John Ibbitson opined, in the Globe and Mail, that "With the general election less than two weeks away, and with the Liberals and Conservatives still tied in the polls, turnout could decide the result." Your vote does matter! He did … Continue reading Guessing games
This story, on CBC News, caught my eye. It explains that "According to Toronto's 'Use of City Resources During an Election Period Policy,' city facilities and infrastructure can't be used for any election-related purpose by a candidate, registered third-party advertiser or political party. It also prohibits signs from being "erected or displayed" on or beside a … Continue reading One set of rules …
The Globe and Mail's Robert Fife and Daniel Leblanc seem to be, it appears, something like the "go-to guys" for Liberals who are fed up with Justin Trudeau's lies and unethical behaviours. This time they recount the sad story of "Montreal-area MP Eva Nassif [who] says she was denied the Liberal nomination in her riding … Continue reading The imposter
The very first question posed to Justin Trudeau when he left Rideau Hall after the election writs were dropped was from a Globe and Mail journalist who, essentially, asked him why he was still trying to cover-up the role of the PMO in the SNC-Lavalin fiasco about which the RCMP are trying to determine if … Continue reading Even the Star agrees