Justin Trudeau and his finance minister are under parliamentary scrutiny over the WE Charity controversy and now the Queen’s representative and Trudeau’s personal choice for GG is being probed by the PM’s own department for abusing staff.
Instead of favourable and deserved reviews based on its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government will be dragged before two parliamentary committees, and subjected to scrutiny from the ethics commissioner.
The Trudeau government has made mistakes, learned, and adjusted while trying to ward off the COVID-19 pandemic. Other world leaders have stuck their heads in the sand, and their citizens have paid with their lives.
When all the facts of this atrocity come out, including the belief by Turkish authorities that Khashoggi’s body was dissolved in acid, there won’t be much appetite for kings and princes sitting in judgment of themselves.
Rather than a new beginning for a hopelessly outdated party, the leadership hopefuls wallowed in platitudes that Stephen Harper might have scribbled on a napkin during a long and particularly tedious plane ride.
Unlike several U.S. states and provinces like Alberta and Quebec, Canada has chosen to play by Dr. Fauci Rules—slow and steady wins the race against the deadly virus.
These days, all bumpy roads lead to Donald Trump. And so it is with Justin Trudeau’s latest image problem.
What do the governments of Canada and Ontario have in common with a coalition of states from both U.S. coasts and the Midwest? They have all told Donald Trump to go to hell.