You can now find them in every major city across the country. What was once a rare site is now a common feature across Canada – sprawling tent cities or as Canadians are calling them, “Trudeau towns.” The title seems quite fitting seeing as how the policies of the Trudeau government have brought so much destruction to Canadians’ livelihoods.
All throughout Canada, people are struggling. A spiralling cost of living crisis fuelled by record levels of mass immigration are driving people to live in tents. Plus, thanks to “safe supply” drug policies, it is easier now to get addicted and the government is opening up MAID to struggling Canadians as well.
Chalk it up as another legacy item of the Trudeau government. Sprawling Trudeau Towns in every major city.
Since 2015, there has been a deterioration in the federal government’s fiscal situation. Annual nominal program spending has increased an estimated $193.6 billion since 2014/15; adjusted for inflation and population growth this represents an extra $2,330 per person. Prior to the COVID pandemic, spending increased faster than population, inflation, and other relevant economic indicators.
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She cross-examined Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Public Order Emergency Commission.
She represented former premier Brian Peckford in a lawsuit challenging the government’s restrictions on mobility rights for over 5 million unvaccinated Canadians, and other high profile cases.
Despite her high-profile legal work, lawyer Eva Chipiuk has never been interviewed about these cases by the legacy media.
The city is seeking $82 million in damages from Proterra, the California-based company that sold the city electric buses, complaining of mechanical issues and promises of long driving ranges that never manifested. Edmonton says that the buses have never once achieved the operating range laid out in the contract.
A new report by British Columbia’s top doctor, Bonnie Henry, reveals that safer supply programs are being regularly defrauded and are causing harm to communities, despite this fact the provincial government continues advocating for their expansion.
Kayla Pollock is a 37-year-old mother from Ontario whose life took a drastic turn after receiving a Moderna Covid-19 booster shot. She experienced paralysis from the neck down and has been enduring a challenging ordeal ever since.
Following a rash of thefts in Fort Langley homes and businesses this winter, a group of local fathers decided to do something about it. Twenty-seven men, some dressed in black or camouflage clothing and others with their dogs in tow, went out on a neighbourhood patrol Christmas Eve to try and catch the suspect. It was lawful, and more importantly... It worked.
Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre once again demonstrated that he isn’t afraid to confront the legacy media. This week, Poilievre and a Canadian Press reporter exchanged words government media handouts, as the Conservative leader accused legacy media outlets of repeating “PMO talking points rather than delivering real news to the Canadian people.”
Plus, the tolerant left shows their true colours in BC as protesters clashed over a drug injection site in Richmond. According to protesters in favour of the drug injection site, immigrants that don’t want junkies shooting up in their neighbourhood should go back where they came from.
And another church arson took place in Regina but Canada’s politicians don’t seem to care.