Canadians, including many Liberals, have been witnessing and lamenting months of abject failure in the most basic administrative and decision-making processes in government, writes former NDP leader Tom Mulcair in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
'After a weeks-long survey of just about everyone I've met ... the overall judgment on Justin Trudeau is one of being a political write-off,' writes Don Martin in an opinion column for CTVNews.ca. 'He’s too woke, too precious, preachy in tone, exceedingly smug, lacking in leadership, fading in...
The past couple of weeks has brought us an alarming series of reports that indicate life in Canada is about to become a whole lot more challenging for millions of people. Manulife released a new survey revealing that a quarter of Canadian mortgage holders say they’ll have to sell their home if...
LILLEY: Trudeau government threatens to bring back mandates and change definition of fully vaccinated — Toronto Sun
But they won't show evidence for COVID policies or mandate changes
The Liberal government is a dumpster fire that can't fix the airports, can't issue passports and can't seem to get anything right lately
It’s too serious to be funny, but the committee set up to investigate why the Emergencies Act was used has acquired more than a touch of farce. The options laid before the special parliamentary committee are twofold: Mendacious Marco or Misunderstood Minister Mendicino? Either the minister of...
….And while this is hardly scientific, after a weeks-long survey of just about everyone I’ve met and many of them Liberals by voting inclination, the overall judgment on Trudeau is one of being a political write-off with their body language alternating between exasperation and eye rolls.
He’s too woke, too precious, preachy in tone, exceedingly smug, lacking in leadership, fading in celebrity, slow to act, short-sighted in vision and generally getting more irritating with every breathlessly whispered public pronouncement. And that’s just the one-sentence summary.
As one prominent and wealthy 40-year Liberal supporter told me: “I won’t send them another dime until he’s gone. He’s a wimp.”
Trudeau is, of course, undoubtedly oblivious to all this. He didn’t even break a sniffle during question period Tuesday, although he seemed to have great trouble answering questions without reading a script as he copes with a second COVID-19 infection.
Then the past couple of weeks has brought us an alarming series of reports that indicate life in Canada is about to become a whole lot more challenging for millions of people.
Manulife released a new survey revealing that a quarter of Canadian mortgage holders say they’ll have to sell their home if interest rates go up more. (And rates are definitely going up more.)
Much of what we were told about the bouncy castle blockade, such as the level of foreign funding or plans to overthrow the government, have been wildly exaggerated; and others were outright false, such as the disproven allegation of truckers trying to set fire to a downtown Ottawa apartment building.
The decision by the Ontario government to lift restrictions soon after the trucker convoy was presented by Doug Ford as unrelated to same. He said that it was “the science.” That could have been true, or not true, or a bit of both — given that “the science” means whatever the policymaker decides that it means.