Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas The Charter and the 42nd Parliament of Canada As we look over our shoulders at the 42nd Parliament of Canada, we see a session that did its best to hollow out individual and “fundamental” rights to speech, religion and conscience in favour of the “equality rights” of “identifiable groups”. It got off to a quick start with the ambiguous “Motion M-103” - a motion that failed to define the term “Islamophobia” and now operates a
Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas Read! An analysis of election 2019 by Salim Mansur Read! The origins of the Deep State in North America – Part 1 Read! The origins of the Deep State in North America – Part 2 The awakening of Canada Perhaps it’s the acrimonious election 2019 that featured little of substance but much in the way of hateful twaddle and finger-pointing. Then again, it might have been the last four years of embarrassing virtue signalling and cos
Editor's Note: In this post election analysis, Salim Mansur, People's Party of Canada candidate for London North Centre, begins by regretting his Party's loss but follows quickly by noting that election 2019 firmly planted the seeds of hope for Canada's political future. The 300,000 Canadians who voted for the PPC represent a truly national constituency – in sharp contrast to the Reform Party of 1988, which was very much a regional phenomenon.
Mr. Mansur notes that the bea