Justin Trudeau’s Liberals form a minority government

By: Jonathan Bradley Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has managed to hold on to power after winning a minority government on Oct. 21.  The Liberals won the most seats in the 2019 Canadian election, but the party is coming out with less than they had going in. They will now be required to work with opposition parties to pass legislation.  “I have heard you, my friends,” … Continue reading Justin Trudeau’s Liberals form a minority government

‘Sick and depraved’ terrorist attack in London

(By: Ryan Rocca) Five people are dead and 40 are injured following a terrorist attack in London Wednesday. The attack began around 2:40 p.m. local time when a terrorist, who has been identified as 52 year-old Khalid Masood, began mowing down pedestrians as he drove his car on a sidewalk along Westminster Bridge. The attacker continued to drive his vehicle along Westminster Bridge towards the … Continue reading ‘Sick and depraved’ terrorist attack in London

A great week for Conservatives, not so much for Liberals

(By: Brendan Sylvia) Three major events this past week gave Conservatives hope and Liberals doubt. It’s President Trump’s White House Now On Friday, Donald J. Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Immediately following the Oath of Office, President Trump delivered an inaugural address in which he plainly denounced the … Continue reading A great week for Conservatives, not so much for Liberals

A year of Justin Trudeau

(By: Subi Anandarajah) Justin Trudeau celebrated his one-year anniversary of taking office on Wednesday. He became Canada’s 23rd prime minister when the Liberal Party of Canada won a majority government in 2015 during the 42nd general election. Trudeau made several promises during his campaign that included creating an inclusive community that respects and encourages freedom and multiculturalism, and accommodating the middle class. He also sought to … Continue reading A year of Justin Trudeau

WE Day brought celebrities and change makers together in Toronto

(By: Sarah Chew) Once again, it’s that time of year: WE Day. This past Wednesday (Oct. 19), tens of thousands of school children, educators and family members flocked to Toronto’s Air Canada Centre to witness the epic celebration of altruism known as WE Day. The day-long event is held in cities all over Canada, the United States and the UK, recognizing and encouraging youth efforts … Continue reading WE Day brought celebrities and change makers together in Toronto