The CBC launched a lawsuit against the Conservative party in the final days before the 2019 election, accusing the party of copyright infringement for its unauthorized use of its broadcast footage in a political attack ad on its website and on social media.
The Federal Court ultimately dismissed the lawsuit, arguing that there was no evidence that the segments used for partisan purposes “reflected adversely on the broadcaster.”
Crime is rising under the Justin Trudeau Government, and so are home invasion attempts. Rod and Tracey talk about two of the most recent incidents that went viral on social media and why it only takes 90 seconds for your life to change. How strong is your door frame?
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says the federal government will no longer fund municipal road projects, because building roads encourages people to use cars. He said the money should instead be spent on fighting climate change. The announcement was condemned by Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who said he was "gobsmacked" by it.
Also, it's the two year anniversary of Justin Trudeau's invocation of the Emergencies Act, which he still defends despite the Federal Court finding it unconstitutional Freedom Convoy organizer Tom Marazzo joins to discuss.
Plus, a new study from the Aristotle Foundation, authored by Laurier University professor David Millard Haskell finds no evidence in support of diversity, equity and inclusion policies. In fact, sometimes they have adverse effects on diversity. Haskell discusses his findings.
John Carpay, the founder and president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, has been fighting for our rights for 24 years, First, as a director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation from 2000 until 2004, then with the Canadian Constitution Foundation until he founded the JCCF in 2010.
A recent research report published by the Aristotle Foundation for Public Policy, authored by social scientist David Millard Haskell from Wilfrid Laurier University, casts doubt on the effectiveness of the practices touted as solutions to systemic racism.
Lockdowns permanently shuttered 120,344 Mom and Dad shops during the COVID pandemic, costing those families their livelihood. The ensuing economic recession caused more closures than the 2008 financial panic, according to Statistics Canada.
Elections Canada has recently developed a policy to monitor and dissuade the publication of "misinformation" and "disinformation."
Elections Canada claims that it does not intend to establish Elections Canada as "the arbiter of truth" that will actively monitor the accuracy of statements and information distributed by parties and candidates.
However, The Democracy Fund (TDF) fears that the ambiguous language and the apparent lack of legislative authority to engage in such an endeavour will lead to an expansion of the program. Elections Canada has also contacted social media companies to remove "inaccurate" information: this is troubling because it is arguably an infringement of free speech rights, and there appears to be no judicial oversight of this censorship.
Postmedia political columnist Lorne Gunter says the ArriveCAN app debacle is just another symptom of widespread incompetence in the federal government. As bad as the ArriveCAN scandal is, it’s far from the only foul-up for the Trudeau Liberals.
"A new peer-reviewed study calls for the halt on mRNA vaccines in childhood vaccine schedules due to lack of safety standards. This is the first peer-reviewed study of the Covid-19 vaccines and the lead author joins us today. Nathaniel Mead is an Epidemiologist and Public Health Research Scientist. He wrote this paper with no funding, very little support and it is an excellent summation of all of the problems with the Covid-19 vaccine.
The full paper can be found here: https://www.cureus.com/articles/203052-covid-19-mrna-vaccines-lessons-learned-from-the-registrational-trials-and-global-vaccination-campaign#!/"
The radical left and the legacy media lost their collective minds over Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s gender policies, which aim to prevent minors from undergoing irreversible treatments to change their gender. Since Smith unveiled her policies, the legacy media has attempted to mislead Canadians about what the policies actually are.
CTV News clip about how trans activists are protesting Smith’s policies and she explains exactly how the media is trying to mislead Canadians about this important issue.
In 1996, Pfizer tested an antibiotic called Trovan during a meningitis epidemic in Nigeria. Eleven children died. The Washington Post later published an investigation about the trial that began, “By the time word of the little girl's death reached the United States, her name had been replaced by numerals: No. 6587-0069.”
Around the same time, John le Carre wrote a novel called “The Constant Gardner,” about an evil drug company that killed African kids in an unethical trial. Le Carre insisted his book wasn’t based on Trovan. Kinda. His afterword read: “In these dog days when lawyers rule the universe, I have to persist with these disclaimers…”
With the situation being this desperate for such a ‘democratically-challenged’ group of idealogues — but, more importantly, with it being far more desperate for the actual citizens living under the rule of criminal pandemic profiteers, sickening, repeated displays of “post-national” decline, the far-left’s eery abdication on all matters of crime or borders, and rampant unaffordability, with historic housing and healthcare shortages — emotionally regulated, self-respecting adults like you and I expected a low-road approach from the Liberals and their NDP house servants. But this low?
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