Will political leaders focus on the issues that actually matter to Canadians this election? Or will they focus on obscure tweets from the past and other non-relevant issues?
Government-mandated COVID-19 lockdowns have hurt young Canadian workers: according to a memo released by the C.D. Howe Institute, the unemployment rate among 15 to 24-year-olds rose from 10% in February 2020 to almost 30% by May 2020.
Sainte-Anne-Des-Pins Catholic Church is the 56th church in Canada that has been vandalized, burned down or desecrated since the announcement of the apparent discovery of graves found near a residential school in Kamloops, BC.
While the airport originally claimed that the separate lines would speed up the entry process for travellers, the airport now believes the lines “didn’t meet what we were hoping for.”
Pro-life advocacy group RightNow co-founder Alissa Golob sharply criticized Trudeau’s decision to withhold healthcare transfers to New Brunswick. “In Trudeau’s twisted mind, killing children supersedes life-threatening medical conditions. Let that sink in.”
The government instituted COVID-19 travel bans too late and Canadians hold them responsible, according to a survey commissioned by the federal government.