Justin Trudeau needs a vacation from his vacation

Justin Trudeau is on vacation—again. The Prime Minister and his family are off to Costa Rica for two weeks. I do not begrudge the Prime Minister a vacation. His is a demanding job and like everyone else, he should be entitled to a holiday. ... Full Article

Agriculture Must be a Priority

It should come as no surprise to anyone that the current government has demonstrated very little interest in Canada’s agriculture sector. When I talk to farmers, there is a consistent refrain: This Liberal Government has made life more ... Full Article

Focus on Canadians, Prime Minister—Not Yourself

Recent months have shown the utter incompetence of this Liberal Government. Sadly, rather than focus on Canadians, Justin Trudeau is (once again) focused on himself. Rumors about a potential fall election are swirling. The Prime Minister is ... Full Article

Rogers Outage a Wake-Up Call for Canadians

This past Friday, millions of Canadians suddenly found themselves without access to phone and internet service. Such a thing may seem of minimal impact to some. So what if a person can’t go on social media—a blessing for us all—or watch ... Full Article

Canada’s Bureaucracy is Broken

Wherever one sits on the political spectrum, Canadians are uniting under a common banner of frustration and fatigue at this government’s inability to perform the basic functions of government. In recent weeks, my staff have spent hours on the ... Full Article

A Brief History of Canada Day

On July 1st, 1867, the British North America Act was passed by the British Parliament, creating the Dominion of Canada. On June 20th, 1868, our first Governor General, Lord Monck, signed a proclamation requesting that all Her Majesty’s ... Full Article

“Let them eat cake”

“Let them eat cake.” Legend attributes these words to French Princess Marie Antoinette. When told her people had no bread and were starving, Antoinette is purported to have given the callous reply. Whether fact or fiction, this phrase has ... Full Article

Who asked for the Emergencies Act?

For months the Trudeau Government has maintained last February’s “Freedom Convoy” posed a serious threat to national security and that law enforcement asked the government to invoke the Emergencies Act. Day after day, when questioned in ... Full Article

Canada Must Take Steps to Deal with Food Security

Nations rise and fall based on their ability to feed themselves. In an increasingly global marketplace, where developing nations rely heavily on exports from other countries to feed themselves, any interruption in supply causes a chain reaction ... Full Article

God Save our Queen

At a time when all one seems to hear about is tragedy and politics, it is comforting to know there are still some figures who rise above the political fray and are a source of national comfort and stability. I am speaking, of course, about Her ... Full Article