Liberals must stop their attack on social media free speech

Want the power to direct, regulate and shut down social media platforms

Liberals must stop their attack on social media free speechFreedom of speech has long been a cherished principle in most Western democracies. While Canadians don’t have the same passion for free speech that our American friends do, we’ve always recognized the importance of preserving and protecting this value in times of war and peace. Until recently, that is. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his…

Beware the promises of a post-COVID-19 utopia

The Great Reset is a financial plot dreamed up by economists. It's a catalyst to facilitate a social agenda from radical progressives

Beware the promises of a post-COVID-19 utopiaThe Great Reset is often labelled a conspiracy theory but it’s real. All it takes is a cursory Google search to see that the World Economic Forum (WEF) and other global economic bodies have adopted the term with precisely the same meaning as the one used by those people called conspiracy theorists. Openly contemplating the…

Canadians sinking under a $1,000,000,000,000 debt tab

And just wait until you hear how much the government is spending to cover its debt interest costs. It isn't pretty

Canadians sinking under a $1,000,000,000,000 debt tabIf you think the federal government’s so-called historic spending on a national child-care scheme is big, wait until you hear how much the government is spending to cover its debt interest costs. In its 2021 budget, the Justin Trudeau government is promising to spend $30 billion over five years on a national child-care program. That’s…

China’s economic interests limit the effectiveness of its threats

We are in a stronger position to deal with China than many assume

China’s economic interests limit the effectiveness of its threatsIn a scene from the pre-COVID world in December 2019, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sat down for an interview in a crowded, bustling Italian restaurant in Montreal. Clinging on to power with a minority government, Trudeau’s Liberal Party had just survived a bruising election. But with Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou still under house arrest in…

Canada underfunds its ability to hold war criminals to account

The War Crimes Section has not had a budget increase in over 20 years

Canada underfunds its ability to hold war criminals to accountBy Sarah Teich and Maria Reisdorf Macdonald-Laurier Institute Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland recently delivered the country’s first federal budget in two years. As Canadians spend the coming days and weeks analyzing the country’s economic recovery plan, one department that merits particular attention is the Department of Justice’s War Crimes Section. The War Crimes Section…

Trudeau budget takes on a reckless amount of new debt

Another step toward irresponsible indebtedness

Trudeau budget takes on a reckless amount of new debtBy Miquel Ouellette and Maria Lily Shaw MEI The recent budget presented by the Liberal government of Justin Trudeau – its first in over two years – is another step toward irresponsible indebtedness that will burden an entire generation of Canadians, if not more. On top of the hundred billion dollars of new spending, the…

New child-care program plays a shell game with the costs

Sticking future generations with the tab isn’t a winning solution

New child-care program plays a shell game with the costsBy Franco Terrazzano and Renaud Brossard Canadian Taxpayers Federation There’s a big difference between making something affordable and playing a shell game with the costs. Unfortunately, the feds are choosing the latter with their new child-care program. The federal 2021 budget allocated $30 billion over the next five years towards a national child care program…

One man’s vaccine experience in the battle to subdue COVID-19

It amounted to short-term pain for long-term gain. A small price to pay when you consider the alternative

One man’s vaccine experience in the battle to subdue COVID-19The number of Canadians who have received a COVID-19 vaccine is slowly increasing but it took a painfully long time to get there. Slightly less than 30 per cent of Canadians have received one COVID-19 dose of a vaccine from Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca. Only 2.7 per cent, or 1,018,381 people, are fully vaccinated as…

Food sector gets budget help but there are gaps

Food sector gets budget help but there are gapsSpend, spend, spend – that’s the strategy. And green is the colour of choice. The environment is front, left and centre in the latest federal budget. Everybody is getting something to get more environmentally focused – well, almost everybody. While taxpayers won’t get a break any time soon, the federal government’s footprint in our economy…
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