Nothing gets the current affairs commentariat fired up quite like an incoming general election, as all the cards get thrown up in the air and huge amounts of power can shift from one side of the political spectrum to the other in a matter of hours. That is the fate that awaits all the sitting… Continue reading World Leaders Who Face Upcoming Election Battles
December 19, 2021 – If media reports are correct, O’Toole has prohibited his MPs from speaking out publicly about Quebec’s racist Bill 21. While O’Toole says he is personally opposed to this law, he refuses to say that it should be challenged in court. Instead, he lets it continue to fester as a Quebec based… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – O’Toole Gag Order on Bill 21 is Weak Sauce
DECEMBER 10, 2021 – As the issue of the teacher in Chelsea who was released for wearing a hijab heats up here is an interesting comparison. John Diefenbaker (former Prime Minister) I am a Canadian, a free Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship God in my own way, free to stand for… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – Erin O’Toole is No Diefenbaker When it Comes to Rights in Canada. #cdnpoli #bill21isracist
NOVEMBER 24, 2021 – For over three months the Conservatives have been dealing with one issue that they can’t seem to put to bed. Pretty much every story on the Conservative Party has focused on just one issue- vaccinations. It is always a negative story- there is nothing positive in for the Conservatives, no matter… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – Can O’Toole & Conservatives Get Vaxxed for Self Destruction?
NOVEMBER 16, 2021 – Yesterday one of our unelected senators decided to try to kick start the process to force a leadership review of O’Toole. Denise Batters was appointed by Harper on January 25, 2013. Today however, at a time when we need unity to control the agenda in the House and when we need… Continue reading Et Tu Denise? Cons Going Full Caesar on Erin O’Toole. View From the Hill. By Keith Beardlsey
September 23, 2021 – It’s common sense really. If you work with the public, especially vulnerable public, you need to be vaccinated against a virus that has killed millions during this world wide pandemic. Tragically in Ontario and other parts of Canada this isn’t to be. Corruption, especially political corruption is a virus’s best friend… Continue reading Alleged Anti Vaxxers Behind Covid-19 School Spread in Cornwall Ontario. By Jamie Gilcig
SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 – When all is said and done election 2021 will end where we pretty much left off a couple of months ago. Was it worth it- NO. For the most part it was a repeat of the same tired policies of the previous election- and once again the majority of voters in… Continue reading Justin Trudeau’s Ground Hog Day – View From the Hill – By Keith Beardsley
SEPTEMBER 20, 2021 – So it’s election day and Justin Trudeau is flirting with a Majority victory. The blessing is that it’s been a short election, but for those that truly care about having a strong democracy there should be much cause for concern. Small media outlets like this one have not had any ad… Continue reading Why the Conservatives Can’t Beat Justin Trudeau. By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli
September 18, 2021 – Many Canadians are recognizing the possible benefits of having a Universal Basic Income (UBI). A movement has started and 124 candidates in 108 ridings in this current election have taken the pledge to move this forward. #BasicIncomeNow It’s a simple pledge and very clear. If elected, I pledge to actively support… Continue reading SD&SG Green Jeanie Warnock Only Local Candidate to Sign UBI Pledge. By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli #BasicIncomeNow
SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 – As we enter the final week of our pandemic election, here is some advice from an old political pro- take a deep breath and relax. Do your own research. Dig deep, ignore the media hype. The media will push poll after poll at you- after all they are paying big dollars… Continue reading View From the Hill – By Keith Beardsley – Watching the Candidates During the Last Week of the Pandemic Election #cdnpoli
September 10, 2021 – Did you watch the debate? All of it? Did you watch the French debates? Do you think anything in the debate really can change the final vote results? These are questions asked every election. But my job as a journalist is to watch the silly things. As a jaded old white… Continue reading English Debate Highlights Canada’s Political Mess. Who Won? By Jamie Gilcig
AUGUST 30, 2021 – Dear Justin. You seem to be struggling early in this election They’re never easy. I get that. However you truly are to blame for it. Every group and Canadian wants their vote to count. We want to be represented at the highest levels. We want freedom . We want justice. We… Continue reading An Open Letter to Justin Trudeau from Jamie Gilcig – Publisher www.Cornwallfreenews.com
AUGUST 28, 2021 – Scary times and scary days during this election. With Covid-19 numbers rising it appears that the Anti Vax faction is starting to boil over. Based mostly on delusional ignorance, anger at just about every other issue, and in many cases simple mental illness, most Canadians are facing a Delta wave fueled… Continue reading Team O’Toole Going Full Trump? And How Anti Vax is Ontario Premier Doug Ford? By Jamie Gilcig
AUGUST 23, 2021 – It’s been an interesting first week in our National Election. Clearly the only reason Prime Minister Trudeau and his team moved to have this election is they felt it was their best chance to gain a majority government. Thinking about that for a second it gives cause for concern about what… Continue reading Are the Trudeau Liberals Playing Rope a Dope? By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli
AUGUST 13, 2021 – With an election call expected any day now, expect the opposition parties to continue their whining about it being unnecessary. It doesn’t really matter what these parties say publicly, very few Canadians are paying attention. We are all too busy getting our lives back to normal. Other than a political partisan… Continue reading Trudeau Government Election Call Will be About Winning Conditions – View From the Hill – By Keith Beardsley
JULY 29, 2021 – The Green Party still doesn’t get it. You can’t be successful and win elections or even get MPs elected when you are continually and publicly stabbing your leader in the back. Sorry folks, but that is a recipe for disaster, especially when an election is weeks away. It seems that every… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – Who Is behind The Attacks On Green Leader Annamie Paul?
JULY 25, 2021 – The Blame Game Has Started. The potential for an election call has given rise to the usual blame game- as in you are using taxpayer funds to pay friends or give them contracts. It is great fun for political staff to play this game and once in awhile you can come… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – Election Blame Game Antics!
Various debates by the public revolve around whether it is good for students to get involved in politics or not. Today, many students have not known their positions in political issues because they lack knowledge. With adequate political education and how to go about it, we can have college learners actively involved in politics and… Continue reading How Students Take Part and Influence Politics