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Would Trudeau really risk his government on pounding home his carbon tax — in Ontario, especially? On insisting that provincial prices rise and rise and rise to $50 per tonne in 2022?
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Would Trudeau really risk his government on pounding home his carbon tax — in Ontario, especially? On insisting that provincial prices rise and rise and rise to $50 per tonne in 2022?

August 3rd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Chris Selley: In the war over carbon pricing, the Trudeau Liberals’ soul is at stake Meaning well is worth squat on any of the files they’ve failed on. But only one of them involves what the Liberals have insisted is the...
Canada rejected in bid to be part of high-level NAFTA talks between Mexico and U.S. : sources
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Canada rejected in bid to be part of high-level NAFTA talks between Mexico and U.S. : sources

July 31st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
A source said the U.S. side, fuelled in part by Lighthizer’s dislike of Freeland, has decided to not even let Canada back into the process until it makes a substantive concession Trudeau says he wont play partisan politics with...
Joseph Brean : The protest was an illustration of the truism that all politics is local, and that even global crises can become ballot questions in municipal council races
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Joseph Brean : The protest was an illustration of the truism that all politics is local, and that even global crises can become ballot questions in municipal council races

July 31st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Fists fly, and so does a megaphone, as refugee crisis inflames politics in Toronto area The protest was an illustration of the truism that all politics is local, and that even global crises can become ballot questions in...
Catholic bishop left Twitter because he thinks the app is sinful and may cause him to sin himself
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Catholic bishop left Twitter because he thinks the app is sinful and may cause him to sin himself

July 26th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
    He announced that he was leaving the app, writing in a final tweet that it had become an ‘obstacle’ to his spiritual life and an ‘occasion of sin for me and others’ This file photo taken on...
Canada has been taken for a ride by Kinder Morgan
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Canada has been taken for a ride by Kinder Morgan

July 25th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
The Oil Giant that Outsmarted Trudeau by Nick Cunningham • Canada has been taken for a ride by Kinder Morgan. By Nick Cunningham, Oilprice.com In a desperate bid to keep its last remaining proposed oil pipeline alive, Canada...
“No Chance For Currency War” : However, according to Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau the currency issue didn’t come up during Saturday discussions.
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“No Chance For Currency War” : However, according to Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau the currency issue didn’t come up during Saturday discussions.

July 22nd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Mnuchin: “No Chance For Currency War” by Tyler Durden Sun, 07/22/2018 – 18:31 It’s damage control time. In the aftermath of Trump’s comments from late last week, in which the president slammed both...
Rex Murphy: Justin Trudeau and the climate alarmists are the fear mongers
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Rex Murphy: Justin Trudeau and the climate alarmists are the fear mongers

July 21st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
  Environmentalists of the most desperate kind do not play the fear ‘card.’ Their whole deck is fear. They savour catastrophe as a kitten laps milk. ‘We’re Doomed’ is their prom theme Prime Minister...
Liberals rise in polls as Canadians rally behind Trudeau in spat with Trump: Ipsos poll
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Liberals rise in polls as Canadians rally behind Trudeau in spat with Trump: Ipsos poll

July 20th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
By Rebecca Joseph National Online Journalist, Breaking News  The Canadian Press VIDEO WILL BEGIN AFTER THESE MESSAGES…X TRUDEAU WATCH ABOVE: If a vote were held in July, the Liberals would receive 39 per cent of the...
GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau a deadbeat when it comes to asylum seekers
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GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau a deadbeat when it comes to asylum seekers

July 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Lorrie Goldstein More from Lorrie Goldstein Published:July 16, 2018 Updated:July 16, 2018 5:10 PM EDT Filed Under: Toronto SUN Opinion Columnists Prime Minister Justin Trudeau listens at a press conference on Parliament Hill in...
New Canadian Forces radar worth more than $200 million can’t be linked in with NATO networks
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New Canadian Forces radar worth more than $200 million can’t be linked in with NATO networks

July 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
The Czech military has put on hold its deal for the same radars after NATO informed it the systems couldn’t be used because the equipment was built by a non-alliance member The Canadian Army’s newest radar cannot link to NATO...