Chrystia Freeland

ROASTED: Pierre Poilievre says Trudeau has 'broken the record' for longest period without economic plan

“Canada has produced economic plans and budgets through World Wars and the Great Depression," wrote Poilievre.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

'What does that even mean?': Senators question Trudeau's philosophy of 'taking on debt so Canadians don't have to'

“What does that even mean?" asked Senator Yonah Martin, Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Trudeau Finance Minister tells Senate predicting deficit is 'not prudent'

The deficit is projected to smash the previous record deficit set in 2010, which was set at $55.6 billion.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: High level Trudeau ministers broke Conflict of Interest Act by meeting with former US ambassador

Dion found that MacNaughton had met with top advisors to offer pro bono assistance on behalf of Palantir Technologies, which he was named president of in 2019.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Trudeau government's deficit nears $400 billion dollars

The Parliamentary Budget Office says this year’s budget shortfall is $343.2 billion. The highest a deficit has ever been was in 2010, $55.6 billion, far below today’s record.

Joe Vaughan

The rich pay more than their fair share in Canada—stop importing American narratives

Tax rates at 50 percent or above are driving people out of the country, encouraging people to keep their profits in their corporations in order to ensure they don’t realize personal income.

Neal Winokur

Trudeau government plans to turn on taps with more government debt

Trudeau's Liberal government has significant ambitions for the restart of Canada's economy.

Nico Johnson

New Trudeau finance minister says Canada's economic restart must be 'green'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new Finance Minister has said that the "restart" of Canada's economy should be focused on green energy.

Nico Johnson

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

Things will keep getting worse until Trudeau resigns

This was about saving Trudeau’s career, nothing more. While Freeland may end up doing all the work, Trudeau is still responsible in the end.

Spencer Fernando

BREAKING: Trudeau selects Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland for Finance Minister

This will make Freeland the country’s first female finance minister. Freeland will continue to serve as deputy prime minister.

Joe Vaughan

Trudeau government announces $3.6 billion in countermeasures for Trump's aluminum tariffs

In an announcement today, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland detailed primary plans to institute 3.6 billion dollars worth of countermeasures on an “extensive list” of US aluminum products.

Joe Vaughan

CBC runs article suggesting border closure should continue to middle or late 2021

Moshe Lander, an economist told the CBC "As long as Canadians don't feel safe, then why force open that border when there's no strong political logic to doing it?"

Joe Vaughan

Deputy PM Freeland says 'safe restart' of economy won't happen any time soon

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says that a “safe restart” of the Canadian economy will take at least six to eight months.

Ian Miles Cheong

WATCH: Climate protestors converge on Liberal cabinet minister’s Toronto office

Anti-pipeline activists gathered around Chrystia Freeland’s Toronto office Thursday evening to protest the early morning raid of an anti-pipeline camp in BC

Beth Baisch and Barrett Wilson