Politics And Policy


Trudeau government wanted to POLICE online content

Trudeau government wanted to POLICE online content

Trudeau's Department of Industry claimed in 2019 that self-regulation of the internet is inaccurate and told the House of Commons to police online content

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
New York's Gov. Cuomo calls for 30,000 ventilators

New York's Gov. Cuomo calls for 30,000 ventilators

New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo has voiced his frustrations over a lack of aid from the federal government amid COVID-19 outbreak.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
UK police to fine public gatherings of more than two due to coronavirus

UK police to fine public gatherings of more than two due to coronavirus

Police in the UK have been spotted enforcing new government rules on social distancing that were brought into place yesterday.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Hillary Clinton tells Americans to ignore Trump’s medical advice on coronavirus

Hillary Clinton tells Americans to ignore Trump’s medical advice on coronavirus

Hillary Clinton advises Americans against heeding the President's medical advice on the coronavirus pandemic, given that he thought it was a bright idea to look directly at a solar eclipse.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Trudeau government will HIKE carbon tax by 50 percent despite coronavirus nightmare

Trudeau government will HIKE carbon tax by 50 percent despite coronavirus nightmare

Justin Trudeau's government is choosing to not postpone a 50 percent carbon tax increase, despite the ongoing economic strife of the coronavirus pandemic

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
MacKay calls for Conservative Party elections to be sped up

MacKay calls for Conservative Party elections to be sped up

Despite the coronavirus outbreak, or maybe in spite of it, Peter MacKay has called not for a delay in Conservative Party elections, but a speeding up of the process.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons
Half a million Canadians just filed for Employment Insurance

Half a million Canadians just filed for Employment Insurance

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced more than half a million Canadians to file for employment insurance this week.

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Ford government launches new homeschooling program amid coronavirus pandemic

Ford government launches new homeschooling program amid coronavirus pandemic

A program to help students who are quarantined during the coronavirus pandemic will be launched in Ontario by the Ford government, called "Learn at Home."

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Justice dismantled as restrictions  placed on court systems

Justice dismantled as restrictions placed on court systems

If restrictions persist beyond what is reasonable, then the checks and balances of our court system should be engaged.

Lisa Bildy Lisa Bildy
Philadelphia to stop arrests for many 'non-violent' crimes

Philadelphia to stop arrests for many 'non-violent' crimes

Philadelphia is one of a few police departments in the US to stop arrests, and consider prisoner release to stop inmate spread of coronavirus.

Collin Jones Collin Jones
Quebec pushes tax filing deadline to relieve economic pressures

Quebec pushes tax filing deadline to relieve economic pressures

The Quebec government will allow citizens to file their taxes as late as June 1. The new deadline provides taxpayers with an additional month to file.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Trump administration to provide cash for Americans amid COVID-19

Trump administration to provide cash for Americans amid COVID-19

The Trump administration will give out checks to Americans “in the next two weeks" to help Americans cope with the affects the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Canadians currently stranded in Morocco as border shuts down

Canadians currently stranded in Morocco as border shuts down

Five students and a professor of McGill University are stranded in Morocco after the country suspended all international flights due to coronavirus.

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O'Toole and MacKay debate how the government should handle coronavirus

O'Toole and MacKay debate how the government should handle coronavirus

Erin O'Toole and Peter MacKay differ on how best to fight coronavirus. The pandemic has thrown a wrench into the conservative leadership race.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
If Canada can't define 'human being,' it can't be trusted with euthanasia

If Canada can't define 'human being,' it can't be trusted with euthanasia

A government with laws that aren’t even medically or morally accurate about something as fundamental as who is a human being can’t be trusted to put up “safeguards” for assisted dying.

Georgi Boorman Georgi Boorman