From the outset of the 2021 election call, when the federal Liberals saw that their plan of an easy romp to a majority was clouded, they pulled the emergency trigger. True to form, when the Liberals have their backs against the wall, they charge that a CPC government would repeal a woman access to her … Continue reading Liberals try to corner NDP and fail.
It was on my 35th birthday that I was granted the greatest gift I could ever receive, the gift of fatherhood. My son was also born on May 21. We both share the day as a birthday, now a surreal experience with a pandemic underway. I'm waiting to return to the job, Rylind is waiting … Continue reading The last day of my 45th year
Considering free speech guarantees in the constitution, which is the First Amendment of the USA constitution and 2(b) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in Canada, there are limits to the above freedoms. Both countries place limits on what you can advocate, such as Canada's criminal code sanctions on Hate Speech. And no where … Continue reading Serious question for the legal community
Loudmouth BC Liberal MLA Jas Johal appears to have committed the BC Liberals to putting ICBC brokers out of business. In the article where the above clip comes from, Jas comments that by offering online insurance renewals, clients could save the broker share of the costs and pocket several hundred dollars as a result. This … Continue reading BC Liberals playing a dangerous game with ICBC
Unfolding in Alberta right now is the full reveal of what happens when a seemingly conservative populist economic reform type party takes power. Their attacks on all things public commence immediately; healthcare, education, the front lines in public service. But what comes next can knock the underpinning of a progressive society. The UCP government is … Continue reading It wasn’t politics as usual to call out the ambiguity of Elizabeth May’s social policy flubs