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23 days ago

Trump campaign files lawsuit claiming 40k fraudulent votes in Detroit alone

US President Trump's campaign has just filed a new lawsuit in Michigan on Monday, alleging that at least 40,000 ballots in the city of Detroit were fraudulent, and that elections officials were complicit in the fraud.

James Anthony
4 months ago

Trudeau says Canadians more focused on plan to address health crisis than on WE Charity scandal

All committees are unable to sit with prorogation in process. Trudeau said that Canadians were likely more focused on a "plan to address this crisis."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
4 months ago

UPDATE: Committees will not be able to discuss WE Charity scandal under prorogue

Members of the Finance Committee were expected to receive 5,000 pages on the on-going WE Scandal by tomorrow.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
5 months ago

EXCLUSIVE: Leslyn Lewis will stand for Parliament regardless of whether she wins CPC leadership

CPC leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis confirmed in an interview with The Post Millennial on Tuesday that she would seek a seat in federal Parliament.

Nico Johnson
6 months ago

Canada Explained: why is Ottawa Canada’s Capital?

Well, this week, TPM's Canada Explained examined why Ottawa is Canada's capital.

Nico Johnson
8 months ago

Trudeau government unprepared for pandemic despite repeated warnings

The Public Health Agency of Canada, which was created to prepare for a pandemic, has been accused of being entirely unprepared for coronavirus.

Nico Johnson
9 months ago

Coastal GasLink Pipeline construction to resume work after agreement reached

The CGL pipeline in British Columbia is expected to resume work after talks between hereditary chiefs and government reached a proposed arrangement.

Quinn Patrick
9 months ago

Conservative MP aims to PROTECT Canadian farmers from radical animal activists

The Shadow Minister for Agriculture John Barlow has launched a bill intending to protect farmers from activists who have plagued Canada’s agriculture.

Nico Johnson
10 months ago

Trudeau government will not pull $372.5 million given to Bombardier

The Trudeau government has said that they will not revoke $372 million they gave to Bombardier, even after they said they’re leaving commercial aviation.

Nico Johnson
10 months ago

Trains between Toronto and Montreal still stalled by anti-pipeline blockades

Many Via Rail trains are still being blocked or terminated as protesters continue to blockade the railways near Belleville, Ontario.

Quinn Patrick
10 months ago

Trudeau government told to force Netflix to make and play more Canadian shows: Report

A new report has suggested that the government force and tax streaming services, like Netflix and Amazon Prime, to play more Canadian content.

Nico Johnson
10 months ago

Trudeau government still butchering civil servant payment system file

The Conservative Party of Canada has scolded the Trudeau Liberals over the government’s shoddy Phoenix pay system during today’s prime minister’s questions in Ottawa.

Nico Johnson
10 months ago

Report reveals nepotism in Trudeau government hiring practices

The Department of Public Works released an internal report that claims there is cronyism in the hiring process. Many employees feel distrust.

Quinn Patrick
a year ago

Taxpayers’ ombudsman spends $2,853 of taxpayer money on Hawaii trip

The Taxpayers’ Ombudsman, whose government position is to look out for the Canadian taxpayer, has declined to comment on a taxpayer-funded trip to Hawaii.

Nico Johnson
a year ago

Trudeau government gives $7 million to billion-dollar corporation: Report

A billion-dollar dairy company received $7 million in grant money from the Trudeau government, other big companies received millions too.

Nico Johnson

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