View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Scheer Disruptions Bad Idea 103118

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Scheer Disruptions Bad Idea 103118

Ottawa Ontario – Once again, we see Conservative staff being used as props or in today’s case more correctly as “disrupters” at a meeting. This time it was at a meeting of the NATO Association where Liberal MPs banded together to remove a former Liberal, now Conservative MP, from the chair position. Conservative staff proceeded […]

Captain Creepy Wants to Fight the Media by Jamie Gilcig 123018

Captain Creepy Wants to Fight the Media by Jamie Gilcig 123018

Cornwall Ontario –  It was really odd reading the headline about Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer wanting to fight the media or hold us accountable. I have no bone to pick with Captain Creepy.  It’s tough being Stephen Harper light, without substance,  and a face that makes Tim Hudak look kinda warm and fuzzy. I remember […]

How Canadian Marijuana Legalization Will Affect Native People as of October 17th, 2018 by Doug George-Kanentiio

How Canadian Marijuana Legalization Will Affect Native People as of October 17th, 2018 by Doug George-Kanentiio

On October 17th Canada will enter a new phase in its history when the personal possession of marijuana becomes legal. . The enactment of Bill C-45 means an individual over 21 may have in their public possession up to 30 grams (1 ounce) of marijuana which can also be made into food such as cookies. […]

Ontario Premier Doug Ford Issues Cautious Statement on USMCA Deal with TRUMP Government 100118

Ontario Premier Doug Ford Issues Cautious Statement on USMCA Deal with TRUMP Government 100118

Premier Doug Ford released the following statement today on the announcement of USMCA: “We want to make Ontario open for business. That’s why, from day one, we have offered our full support to our federal partner throughout the USMCA negotiation process to make sure a deal got done. We also need to create and protect […]

UCDSB Teacher TRACY CHAMPAGNE Sued for Defamation in Cornwall 091618

UCDSB Teacher TRACY CHAMPAGNE Sued for Defamation in Cornwall 091618

Cornwall Ontario –   It’s a scary world we live in when a school teacher commits defamation and refuses to own up to it.  We expect teachers to help instil morals in our future citizens. For Cornwall area educator Tracy Champagne her day in court will be coming up shortly. The incident stems from a social […]

Con MP Guy Lauzon Canada Day Scandal – Will Cornwall Police & Crown Charge Over Conspiratorial Fraud by Jamie Gilcig

Con MP Guy Lauzon Canada Day Scandal – Will Cornwall Police & Crown Charge Over Conspiratorial Fraud by Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario –   With the release of an unauthored letter that was sent to council and complaints from the City of Cornwall Canada Committee member of no audited(or unaudited)  numbers being shared,  as well as not being invited to committee meetings announced with little to no notice,  questions are mounting whether the corruption surrounding the […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Max Max Leaves the Conservative Party 082318

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Max Max Leaves the Conservative Party 082318

Ottawa Ontario – Well, as his nickname implies Mad Max has done it again and this time he has left the Conservative Party. There is one thing that we can always count on in politics and it doesn’t matter if it is municipal, provincial or federal politics, and that is people’s egos. There is always […]

Eric Duncan Not Running for Mayor in 2018 072918

Eric Duncan Not Running for Mayor in 2018 072918

Cornwall Ontario –  MP Guy Lauzon’s former right hand man and Mayor of North Dundas Eric Duncan has announced on anti social media that he is not running for election in 2018. Duncan doesn’t say why.   This term he came out of the closet, which really wasn’t much of a surprise.    Sources say that […]

Over 200 Million Reasons To Worry About the Cornwall Waterfront by Jamie Gilcig 071318

Over 200 Million Reasons To Worry About the Cornwall Waterfront by Jamie Gilcig 071318

Cornwall Ontario – The problem with a lack of community leadership is that issues can bite you in the bum before you realize what hit you.  Corruption and political impotence do not lead to a successful community. While the ol rumours and allegations about a certain former mayor’s love for a good game of cards […]

Quebec Mounties Denounce Closure of 5 Detachments in Province 071118

Quebec Mounties Denounce Closure of 5 Detachments in Province 071118

THE RCMP CLOSES 5 QUEBEC DETACHMENTS QUEBEC RCMP MEMBERS’ ASSOCIATION DENOUNCES THE CLOSURE OF 1/3 OF ITS RCMP SERVICE POINTS IN THE PROVINCE MONTREAL, July 10, 2018 – The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) will close 5 of its Quebec detachments this Friday, thus eliminating one third of its service points in the province. The […]

Justin Trudeau – The Hypocrite-In-Chief by Warren Kinsella 070918

Justin Trudeau – The Hypocrite-In-Chief by Warren Kinsella 070918

“I strongly deny the groping allegation that I already admitted to and apologized for.”   WARRENKINSELLA.COM – That is Justin Trudeau’s defence in the ongoing groping scandal, basically. And it is so truly pathetic, so fucking ludicrous, satirical news show The Beaverton ridiculed it with that very headline. The shifting, shifty prevarications of the Prime Minister of […]

Justin Trudeau’s Political Suicide is Not Pretty to Watch – by Jamie Gilcig 070718

Justin Trudeau’s Political Suicide is Not Pretty to Watch – by Jamie Gilcig 070718

Cornwall Ontario – Justin Trudeau has been an interesting politician.  Tailor made for the strange age we live in.  He’s visual more than substantial.   There have been no great ideas or National directions emanated from him during his entire political career unlike his father, whom whether you agreed or notas PM,  clearly was a leader […]

Ford Ontario Gov’t Ends Cooperation w Trudeau Over Illegal Immigrants by Jamie Gilcig 070518

Ford Ontario Gov’t Ends Cooperation w Trudeau Over Illegal Immigrants by Jamie Gilcig 070518

Cornwall Ontario –   And it’s on!   Premier Doug Ford essentially told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to jam his illegal immigration influx that is costing taxpayers millions of dollars per year and straining resources across the board in Ontario.   Trudeau visited the Premier in what appears to be the day after Ontario stopped cooperating when it […]

Abram Benedict Re Election as Grand Chief Could Spell Land Fight for Cornwall Waterfront by Jamie Gilcig 070118

Abram Benedict Re Election as Grand Chief Could Spell Land Fight for Cornwall Waterfront by Jamie Gilcig 070118

Cornwall Ontario – Then next few years will be a defining period for both Akwesasne and Cornwall.  At stake is an extremely valuable strip of waterfront lands that the Federal government will be selling, most likely through a process via Canada Lands where the properties are evaluated and then sold at market values to gain […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Kudos to Paul Wernick for Highlighting Working Conditions for Hill Staff 062818

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Kudos to Paul Wernick for Highlighting Working Conditions for Hill Staff 062818

Cornwall Ontario – Thank you, Paul Wernick, for having the courage to speak out. The recent discussions triggered by Paul Wernick’s story about working conditions for staff on the Hill are long overdue. The working conditions that he described are accurate. I was fortunate to have worked on the Hill in the 1980s, the 1990s […]

A View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Weak Scheer Attack Over Personal Day for Trudeau 062618

A View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Weak Scheer Attack Over Personal Day for Trudeau 062618

Good grief! The Prime Minister is taking a personal day! Let’s get real folks, is this the single most important thing that the Conservatives can find to attack the government and Prime Minister on when we are in the midst of a trade war, the city of Toronto is asking for help to look after […]

View from the Hill by Keith Beardsley – How Much for Trudeau Summer Place Renos @ Harrington Lake? 061818

View from the Hill by Keith Beardsley – How Much for Trudeau Summer Place Renos @ Harrington Lake? 061818

Ottawa Ontario – According to the PMO the Prime Minister and his family enjoy the outdoors. This is a good thing. When you are faced with such a demanding and stressful job, giving your Prime Minister some down time in the outdoors is a good thing. If we look at the latest NCC approved renovations […]

Quebec Superior Court to Decide by August 31, 2018 if RCMP Harassment Class-Action Suit a Go!

Quebec Superior Court to Decide by August 31, 2018 if RCMP Harassment Class-Action Suit a Go!

MONTREAL, June 15, 2018 — Quebec Superior Court Judge Pierre C. Gagnon hopes to determine by August 31 if thousands of RCMP members across Canada can seek compensation through a class action for years of systematic harassment by senior RCMP officers. His announcement was made today at the Montreal Court House after two days of […]

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