Justin Trudeau is starting to crack

By Jonathon Van Maren April 26, 2018 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The House of Commons erupted into jeers of ridicule and outrage yesterday when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood up and uttered a sentence that also triggered disbelief and mockery across social media: “Unlike the Leader of the Opposition, we believe in free speech and advocacy on…

Canadian pro-choice activist lied about pro-life harassment–and is now headed to court

By Jonathon Van Maren When the debate over Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s bubble zone legislation first came up last year, I pointed out something that the media will never cover: Pro-life activists are routinely subjected to violent threats, physical intimidation, and assault. In fact, if pro-lifers publicized each instance and the media covered these incidents…

Bodies on Toronto streets

By Jonathon Van Mren As most of you will have heard by now, nine people have been killed and at least sixteen are injured after a white van hammered through pedestrians in downtown Toronto today in the Yonge and Finch area. The suspect fled the scene, and made it nearly three kilometres before police apprehended…

Justin Trudeau still thinks he’s running against Stephen Harper

By Jonathon Van Maren So last Saturday, the Liberals held their convention, with the apparent highlight being a speech by Justin Trudeau described by various news outlets as “stinging” and “blistering” in its criticism of Andrew Scheer and the Conservative Party. Here’s how Global News described the speech: Justin Trudeau unleashed a blistering attack on Andrew Scheer and…

Here are the latest casualties of Justin Trudeau’s “abortion attestation”

By Jonathon Van Maren As I noted last week, the number of organizations hurting from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent demand that applicants to the Canada Summer Jobs Program sign off on an “abortion attestation” affirming their support for a variety of progressive projects is continuing to grow. Last year, 126 organizations were rejected—so far…