Mental Health Needs Treatment, Not MAID

Later this month, the Liberal government will table new legislation expanding access to medical assistance in dying (MAID). Following a recent court ruling in Quebec—although they are under no legal obligation do so, federally—the Liberals have indicated they will expand the eligibility for ... Full Article

Liberal’s Soft-on-Crime Agenda Costing Lives

Canadians were shocked to learn that the Parole Board of Canada allowed a convicted murderer with a history of domestic violence to be released on day parole so that he could meet prostitutes in order to satisfy his “sexual needs.” This decision resulted in the preventable death of another ... Full Article

Liberals Lack Logic on Gun Policies

Canadian hunters and farmers will well remember the days of the wasteful Liberal long gun registry. More recently, they passed Bill C-71 (a not-so-subtle back door attempt to resurrect said registry). Now, the Trudeau Liberals are at it again. To their credit, the Liberals seem to be ... Full Article

The New NAFTA Must Do Right by Canadians

When Parliament reconvenes next week, parliamentarians will have the chance to review the new NAFTA agreement. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that his government will table NAFTA implementation legislation next Wednesday. The renegotiation of NAFTA began about two years ago when Justin ... Full Article

Assisted Suicide a Slippery Slope

Back in 2016, the Trudeau Liberals introduced and ultimately passed Bill C-14, legalizing medical assistance in dying (MAID) i.e. assisted suicide, in Canada. In September of last year, a Quebec court ruled that the existing law was too restrictive and called on the government to adjust it. The ... Full Article

Holding the Government to Account

As 2019 comes to a close, I am proud of how much Canada’s Conservatives have accomplished this year. We succeeded in reducing Justin Trudeau’s majority government to a minority, and welcomed new Conservative MPs from coast to coast. Our team is focused on the job we were elected to do – ... Full Article

What’s in a name?

What is the most important word in the English language? I recently asked this question at our staff Christmas party. The answers were interesting. Words like “please”, “love”, and “sorry” were all suggested. The answer, at least according to the late, great, Dale Carnegie might ... Full Article

Throne Speech Fails to Unify

After six weeks of Justin Trudeau’s post-election vacation and so-called consultations, Canadians expected to see a government that had learned from its mistakes. A government that would work to heal regional divides. To strengthen our position on the world stage. To get Canadians back to ... Full Article