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Another Khadr style lawsuit for taxpayers, this time for $27M

The Trudeau government paid out over $40M last year in lawsuits against people who allegedly got tortured in foreign prisons, including the highly publicized Omar Khadr who received $10.5M. This time it’s a Montreal man named Abousfian Abdelrazik who claims he was tortured in a Sudan prison. Via Toronto Sun:… … Keep Reading


New Poll Shows Support For Trudeau Is Skyrocketing

A new poll by Nanos research shows the Trudeau government has 41 per cent support, 12 more points over the conservatives. The mainstream media was quick to publish this poll. Via Nano research: Ballot – The latest Nanos federal ballot tracking has the Liberals at 41.1 per cent support, followed… … Keep Reading


Kathleen Wynne said she almost stepped down at one point

Ontario liberal leader Kathleen Wynne said she almost stepped down because her approval rating was so low. Her few supporters held her back though. Via National Post: Battered by some of the lowest approval ratings in the country, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday she considered quitting before this June’s… … Keep Reading

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Kathleen Wynne’s poll numbers are almost in the minus

Actually they are not close to minus but they probable will be as Doug Ford reaches more middle class taxpayers. A poll done this month shows he has a great lead over the corrupted Ontario liberals. Via taxpayer funded news: The polling conducted in early April by Innovative Research Group shows… … Keep Reading


Trudeau tells France he will redouble all climate change efforts

Does that mean double the carbon tax? If the Trudeau snowball effect continues, Canadians will soon pay 100 percent of their earnings toward tax. Via Ottawa Sun. Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna was on hand to sign the new France-Canada partnership on climate and environment in a ceremony… … Keep Reading

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