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Trudeau’s Liberals losing to leaderless Conservatives in polls

By Amy Chen A leaderless Conservative Party of Canada has overtaken Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party in the most recent Forum Research poll[1]Conservatives inch ahead, which suggests that If an election were held today, the Conservatives would win 170

Commercial AirBNB hosts thrive despite “crackdown” in Vancouver

By Lucas Henderson AirBNB hosts are advertising as many as 35 listings for entire houses or apartments. This is despite claims of a crackdown on such commercial operators by the City of Vancouver and AirBNB. According to an analysis of

O’Leary: The so-called Canadian Trump

By Lucas Henderson A growing number of Canadians are considering joining the Conservative Party of Canada, but not for the usual reasons. They are doing so solely for the opportunity to vote against current leadership front-runners like Kevin O’Leary. In

TFW program supporters endorse Kenney

By Amy Chen Jason Kenney is the “greatest friend of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program” ever, according to a group of Temporary Foreign Worker Program supporters who endorsed the former federal employment minister for the leadership of the Alberta PC

Kevin O’Leary: One Business Record That Leaves Something To Be Desired

By Lucas Henderson Kevin O’Leary, like most businessmen, has a long history of success and failure. Though his successes are rarely so big as advertised and his failures often much larger. An article published by The Globe and Mail in

Canadians invite California, Oregon and Washington to join Canada

Canadians are inviting people in the United States Pacific coastal states of California, Oregon and Washington, where United States President-elect Donald Trump lost heavily to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, to secede from the US and join Canada. “Dear California,

Canada officially in recession

Canada’s economy has officially fallen into recession as real gross domestic product (GDP) declined 0.1% in the second quarter, following a 0.2% decrease in the first quarter, Statistics Canada reported a short while ago. While real GDP by industry rose 0.5% in June,

Tories cut and paste “we reject the argument that every time we talk about security our freedoms are threatened”

“We reject the argument that every time we talk about security, our freedoms are threatened. We reject the arguments that every time we talk about our security, our freedoms are threatened. Canadians understand that freedoms and security go hand in