Enough is enough!

Sam Cooper, an investigative journalist with Global News, reports that BC Liberal MP Joe Peschisolido (Steveston-Richmond East) (pictured, at the right ⇒ ) is in court asking "to remove himself from a B.C. Supreme Court case featuring allegations that his former law firm was involved in an “illegal international money-laundering scheme” ... [the report explains … Continue reading Enough is enough!

Even the Star agrees

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

The truth will out

From The Merchant of Venice (Act 2, Scene 2): LAUNCELOT: Nay, indeed, if you had your eyes, you might fail of the knowing me: it is a wise father that knows his own child. Well, old man, I will tell you news of your son: give me your blessing: truth will come to light; murder cannot be … Continue reading The truth will out

Of course (2) the cover-up continues

A few weeks ago I commented on a report that said that "“A Liberal-dominated Parliamentary committee has quashed an effort by opposition parties to further probe the SNC-Lavalin affair … [and] … The House of Commons Ethics Committee, on which the governing Liberals hold the most seats, voted down a proposal to hear from federal Ethics … Continue reading Of course (2) the cover-up continues

Cleavage politics is everybody’s loss

John Ibbitson, writing in the Globe and Mail, about a week ago, suggests that the "ballot question" for October 2019 is shaping up to be: Which of these two guys do I dislike or mistrust more than the other? He says that "The end of the Labour Day long weekend – when people reluctantly bid … Continue reading Cleavage politics is everybody’s loss

Playing politics with pipelines

Chris Hall, writing for CBC News, says that "The Federal Court of Appeal gave its approval this week to a handful of Indigenous communities along the route that argued the government had failed — again — to properly consult them ... [and] ... While that decision might not come as a huge surprise to anyone who … Continue reading Playing politics with pipelines

How low can they go?

Steve Rukavina of CBC News reported, on social media, that: Paul Chiasson of the Canadian Press says, in an article published in the Globe and Mail, that former Liberal candidate Hassan Guillet "says party officials helped him prepare a damage-control plan, including outreach to Jewish communities, to deal with his past controversial comments before they … Continue reading How low can they go?