Politics And Policy


Trudeau government's carbon tax meant to punish Canadians into using less heat and fuel

The Canadian government put the federal carbon tax in place as a "powerful incentive" for homeowners to use less heat during winter months.

Sam Edwards

Conservatives within one point of Liberals amid WE scandal

Liberal support has recently become weaker as the WE controversy slowly unravels.

Sam Edwards

Trump asks if election should be delayed due to potential mail-in voting fraud

President Donald Trump has asked if the 2020 presidential election should be delayed due to the potential of massive mail-in voter fraud.

Sam Edwards

Alberta reforms could mean fewer and weaker unions in UCP bid to 'silence' opposition

The bill coincides with plans by the United Conservative Party to remove limits on third party election spending.

Samuel Helguero

Ontario’s political advertising laws need an overhaul

Political advertising laws in Ontario need an overhaul before big-headed bureaucrats at Elections Ontario do further damage to free speech in the province.

Christine Van Geyn

White House pushes back against Fauci's coronavirus warnings

"Now Fauci is saying that a falling mortality rate doesn't matter, when it is the single most important statistic to help guide the pace of our economic reopening," says Peter Navarro.

Sam Edwards

EXCLUSIVE: Into the party line of 2020’s Conservative leadership race

A critical look behind front runner platforms and the economic doctrine that may have cost billions, Canadian lives, jobs, and an energy sector spiraling out of control.

Samuel Helguero

Senior Chinese officials sanctioned by US over human rights abuses

Sanctions were imposed on three senior Chinese Communist Party officials on Thursday by the United States.

Sam Edwards

Trump administration to bar US-contracted companies from using Huawei products

The Trump administration is working this week to finalize regulations to bar the US government from buying goods and services from Huawei and other Chinese companies.

Sam Edwards

BC Senator says pandemic is a good time to test out basic income for all Canadians

Yuen Pau Woo, a B.C. senator says that the COVID-19 pandemic is just as good of time as any to test out the program of universal basic income in Canada.

Quinn Patrick

Quebec orders all bars to close at midnight, makes masks mandatory

All bars will be ordered to close down after midnight in Quebec as part of an effort to reduce the spread of a second wave of COVID-19.

Quinn Patrick

Singh says Trump has done more than Trudeau on police brutality

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has recently said that in terms of addressing police brutality U.S. President Trump has done more than Prime Minister Trudeau.

Quinn Patrick

Chair of finance committee goes after payday loans, calling them 'ungodly'

The Liberal chair of the Commons finance committee is trying to change the regulations surrounding payday loans, which he referred to as 'ungodly.'

Quinn Patrick

Edmonton city council cuts police budget by $11 MILLION, plans to reinvest in social agencies

Edmonton's city council passed a plan to reform policing that will involve the police working with social agencies to aid Edmonton's most vulnerable.

Quinn Patrick

Ontario reports first day of zero coronavirus deaths since March

On Monday, Ontario recorded no new deaths related to COVID-19 for the first time since March, according to the Toronto Sun.

Quinn Patrick