Religious freedoms burn in silence

by Dasha Androusenkov

Morinville, Alberta’s St. John Baptiste Parish engulfed in flames, June 30, 2021. The church is one of over 50 that have been either burned to the ground or vandalized across Canada in recent months. Photo credit: The Canadian Press/Tracy Dalzell-Heise  Since when did reconciliation come in the form of burning down churches? Is this how […]

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How to campaign without campaigning: Trudeau edition

by Dasha Androusenkov

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tours the AAA Door company in Calgary, Alberta on July 7, 2021. Photo credit: The Canadian Press/Jeff McIntosh “We are not in election campaign mode,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a campaign-style announcement with a freshly shaved beard, recently announced governor general, and a lead in the polls. Trudeau’s recent […]

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Erin O’Toole’s plea to save Canada Day

by Dasha Androusenkov

Erin O’Toole is showing his true-blue colours again, and all it took was a group of so-called activists fighting to cancel the nation’s most important day – Canada Day.

Erin OToole MP

The cost of corruption – looking into the ethics committee report on the WE deal

by Dasha Androusenkov

In an ideal world, Canadian members of parliament would be the most ethical, transparent, and accountable citizens, right? However, we don’t reside in an ideal world and lack of trust in politicians and political institutions continues to plummet. Scandal on top of scandal, Canadians are tired of seeing parliamentarians cut moral corners.

Trudeaus' at a WE event

Does Canada have a plan to reopen the border?

by Dasha Androusenkov

Canadians have been patient – halting their spring breaks, cancelling their Christmas vacations, and not visiting their friends down south. After over a year, Canadians are tired of seeing their friends in the U.S. soaking in the sun while they are stuck with stringent lockdown rules.

Minister Bill Blair in the house of commons

A vacation no one asked for – what’s really behind Canada’s quarantine hotels?

by Dasha Androusenkov

The federal government appears to constantly be two steps behind COVID-19: late on closing borders, late on shutting down flights from hot zones, and late on securing enough vaccine doses for all Canadians. To make up for their lack of proactivity, the federal government introduced quarantine hotels for travellers entering Canada to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

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Federal government hungry for censorship

by Dasha Androusenkov

A nation that prides itself on its freedom is now stepping into risky waters, threatening to censor our online content. Canadians might soon be subject to enforced government control over what they read, post, and view online.

Minister Steven Guilbeault

“Peace, order and good government” the clause which allowed Canada’s Supreme Court to rule the carbon tax as constitutional and for many to question the role of jurisdictional powers in Canada.

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O’Toole’s convention speech – a wake-up call for Conservative Party

by Dasha Androusenkov

Last Friday, Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole presented his first major speech since winning the party’s leadership race. O’Toole emphasized that in order to defeat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Conservative Party needs to have the courage to grow- a bold yet necessary statement.

Erin O'Toole MP

Are Canadians ready for a vaccine passport?

by Dasha Androusenkov

As Canada passes the one year mark of the initial COVID-19 lockdown, getting back to normal is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. However, with COVID-19 vaccines now rolling out and the desire to restart the economy, conversations of “vaccine passports” are intensifying. The development of this digital proof of vaccination is still in the […]

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