The reactions in some quarters of the media to Trudeau’s ascendency in the third party has entered the realm of outright advocacy. As pundits and even some reporters enlist as defenders of the Liberal chief, Tory Command is sure to invest heavily in direct communications to preserve their position.
Ever since I uncovered the disturbing bias present in individuals hired to investigate the “robocalls” during the 41st election, I’ve received hundreds of emails from people demanding I further dig into the “robocalls” investigation.
From the looks of it, Canadians are becoming more assertive. They have begun to realize that as a country, they can no longer rely on the US for just about everything, as they did in the past. A company, for example, cannot build its entire business plan around the hope of selling to Americans – with the oilsands companies being the prime example of that.
It's nineteen days until the BC Liberal government is punted to the curb by the voters. You'd think, going into an election where you're starting with a party reputation for outright lying and being 17-19 points behind, while you're fighting the basic "Time for a Change" of having held power for twelve years, that it would be time to do politics differently. Sorry. Team Christy Clark — and make no mistake, the Premier believes she's the "smartest person in the room" when it comes to campaigning and retail politics — is going with "The Big Lie" strategy, instead.
As Canada awakens to the news that two would-be terrorists plotted to attack a VIA train we are compelled to re-examine our security system in search of holes. Both in this case and in the arrest of the Toronto 18, Canada was tipped off by the US of an imminent threat. Kudos to the Americans for watching our backs. But it’s high time Canada takes action to protect itself against foreign attackers.
With a successful leadership race in his rear view mirror, Justin Trudeau has finally taken steps towards forming a platform for the Liberal Party. A preliminary look indicated that he's trying to take the Conservative's old right-of-centre spot on the ideological spectrum.
The theoretical principles of real estate investments and market-traded financial assets are extremely similar, yet they seem to attract fundamentally different investors. Real estate arguably attracts a pragmatic and entrepreneurial investor, while stock market investors seem to be more theoretical and managerial. Having received a formal education in Finance, I was once a believer in the almighty stock market; I am now somewhat of an apostate.
Is there an anonymous, free, and untrackable virtual currency currently making its sweep across the World Wide Web? It is not quite this simple, but Bitcoin is poised to become the next big thing in computing and finance.