A matter of trust

A recent article in the Globe and Mail says that "Ethics is a key pain point for Mr. Trudeau. The Nanos data suggest that only about 17 per cent of Canadians believe Mr. Trudeau would be best at leading an ethical government, trailing both Elizabeth May (23 per cent) and Andrew Scheer (20 per cent). For Mr. … Continue reading A matter of trust

Another lie?

This was the headline on the Vancouver Sun's web page yesterday: The story (linked above) says that "The Liberal Party of Canada has again denied its leader Justin Trudeau ever had drinks with the controversial Faith Goldy, after another woman told the National Post she was with them at the Château Laurier in Ottawa one … Continue reading Another lie?

Ethical things

I said, back in early May, that I was sorry to see Liberal MP and former Canadian Army Lieutenant General Andrew Leslie retire from politics. I guessed, at the time, that "he might be leaving because he is fed up with Justin Trudeau’s bumbling and bungling and dishonesty and also by being passed over in favour of … Continue reading Ethical things

Another broken promise

Justin Trudeau is at it again! As Bill Curry and Michelle Zilio report in the Globe and Mail, "Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is delaying the release of independent reports on the cost of his promises and will not be submitting all of his election pledges for review by the Parliamentary Budget Officer ... [but 2019] … Continue reading Another broken promise

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