Prime Minister Trudeau just needs a quick reset. And Postmedia stands in solidarity with Rebel News. Former CAJ President and Ryerson journalism professor Karyn Pugliese co-hosts.
August 20, 2020
Morneau’s Family Flew To WE’s Kenya Compound, In Possible Violation Of Federal Law
“Only private charters could land at Bogani,” says former WE employee
July 29, 2020
By Jesse Brown
Finance Minister Bill Morneau Also Tied To WE Charity
One daughter spoke at WE Day and another is a current employee
July 10, 2020
By Jesse Brown
#142 The Erotic Adventures of Bill Morneau
Bill Morneau tries to turn down the heat through tales of his spicy past, CBC takes a stand for landlord rights and Jagmeet Singh gets into slam poetry.
November 15, 2017
Niqabs & Nafta
Quebec’s racist bill, unveiled. Plus NAFTA explained by one of its founders, former Mulroney Chief of Staff Hugh Segal.
Also, Quebec passes a bill restricting religious symbols, but mostly just the kind worn by brown people.
And Vancouver? Commons is headed to your burg!
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October 24, 2017
Why We Need Higher Taxes, A Canadian Mt. Rushmore And A Population Of 100 Million
The Liberals put forth a proposal to tax the hell out of small businesses. At least that’s how it’s being painted by the Opposition.
In reality, the proposed changes would have virtually zero impact on the majority of small business owners, but would focus on self-incorporated doctors. And it wouldn’t raise their taxes, per se, but alter how they can claim their family members as employees, and change how the money they park in investments rather than being poured back into their businesses is assessed.
Fortunately, we have Laval economics professor Stephen Gordon to make sense of this.
And you know what would ease the burden on the beleaguered doctors? Another 65 million Canadians who could share the pain. That’s what author and Globe & Mail columnist Doug Saunders would like to see.