Politics & Policy

The latest Canadian politics and policy news.

WATCH: Is Trudeau being bullied by Biden?

It may appear that Trudeau and Biden have a newfound 'bromance,' but that doesn't mean cross-border tensions will evaporate overnight.

Alberta's vital role in Canada has been ignored for too long by Trudeau Liberals

Folks in Alberta are increasingly telling me they feel like Canada has given up on them. And by and large, they don't want to give up on Canada; they simply feel left behind.

PETITION: The Trudeau government MUST scrap disgraced former Governor General's massive pension

Please sign if you think this is wrong. Let's tell Justin Trudeau to change these rules. Julie Payette should not be getting any more of our taxpayer dollars!

Trudeau government must embrace Taiwan in diplomacy and trade

In the face of increased Chinese aggression, it is in Canada's strategic interest to strengthen ties in the Indo-Pacific region with allies that share our values.

Elected officials are responsible for civil unrest and the widening ideological gap

I have watched US cities burn: Ferguson, Charlottesville, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, Louisville, New York, Rochester, Chicago, Kenosha, and Philadelphia, to name a few.

Economy-deniers are far more dangerous and long-lasting than COVID-deniers

Recent studies have now begun to show that the economic toll of lockdowns will have far-reaching effects.

Sen. Romney unveils Family Security Act to update 'antiquated federal policies'

US Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) has proposed a new plan to modernize "antiquated federal policies" related to children and families, allowing them to receive a monthly cash allowance.

WATCH: Why Canada's vaccine plan is falling apart

Trudeau’s promise that 70% of Canadians would be vaccinated by September seemed definitive. But, as we’ve seen over the past two-three weeks, Trudeau’s plan is falling apart.

Teachers unions gave over $2.7 million to Democrat House reps in 2020

That's approximately $500,00 more than they gave Democrats in the 2018 cycle and tens of thousands of dollars less than they gave Republicans in 2018.

Biden's top 10 WORST executive orders

President Joe Biden has signed 42 executive orders since his inauguration—a record among US Presidents. Here are his worst ones so far, in no particular order.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST: Health expert on Ford's science table who spoke against school reopening received money from teachers union

David Fisman, a professor of epidemiology at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, was paid by the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.

New York Rep. Bowman sees white supremacy in senate rules, the electoral system, student debt, and in nearly every aspect of American culture and governance

Bowman said that it was important for Congress to "stop spreading the myth of American exceptionalism," and to deal with the "white nationalism" throughout "all of America's institutions."

WATCH: Does a Biden presidency spell the death of Keystone XL?

One of his first acts as president will end the 11-year construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which planned to stretch from Alberta’s oil fields to Steele City, Nebraska.

Trudeau's new taxes add insult to economic injury

Trudeau's plan to ramp up Taxes & regulations during an economic crisis is a surefire recipe for disaster.

BREAKING: Michigan GOP state senators demand full audit of 2020 election results

GOP state senators Lana Theis and Tom Barrett requested that a "full audit be conducted of the 2020 election prior to the certification of any results."