Over the screamed objections of 100 foreign-funded eco-lobbyists, the Northern Gateway Pipeline proposal was given regulator approval last year.
Ezra Levant, QMI Agency
In his new book Groundswell: The Case for Fracking, Sun News Network's Ezra Levant explores the promise of natural gas that fracking has made possible and the controversy that is preventing the exploitation of this resource around the world and here in Canada.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are protesting a decision by their president, Viktor Yanukovych, to cancel a treaty that would give Ukraine closer ties to Europe.
We already know what country Justin Trudeau admires most, besides Canada: China.
Next month the UN bureaucracy in charge of global warming, called the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, will release its first major scientific report in six years. Word has leaked out that they have revised downward their projections for global temperatures.
Justin Trudeau has been an MP for five years, and leader of his party for five months. So last week, at a press scrum in Prince Edward Island, reporters asked him why he hasn’t released a set of policies yet.
In the theatre that is modern political campaigns, there are two usual costumes: A parliamentary suit and tie, and the casual blue shirt and khaki pants.
What do you think Fred Phelps, the fringe preacher with the Westboro Baptist Church, would say about Alberta’s floods?
Last June, Justin Trudeau gave a speech at a charity dinner in Saint John, New Brunswick. The Grace Foundation was trying to raise money for a seniors’ home.
Who wants to reform the Canadian Senate?
Four days after the bombing of the Boston Marathon, one suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was dead and the other, his brother Dzhokhar, was captured.
I host the most controversial news show in Canada, called The Source, on the Sun News Network.
This Hour has 22 Minutes, the CBC television show, broadcast a sketch imagining what the Catholic Church would be like if a Canadian was elected Pope.
According to a breathless news report, the Bank of Canada hired a PR firm to focus-group 41 different images for Canada’s new bank notes.
We all know David Suzuki is a saint. Especially now that he’s 76, and refers to himself in the third person, as “an elder.” Recently, Suzuki told his fellow CBC employee George Stromboulopoulos, “ I feel though, at my age, no one can accuse me of wanting more fame or power or money.”
A new audit of the Attawapiskat Indian reserve was released Monday. It was shocking.
Last week the CBC got its hands on an amateur video produced by some of our soldiers for a comedy night at a military base in Nova Scotia back in 2010.
The most pitiful moment of the Republican National Convention wasn’t anything that Mitt Romney or anyone in his party did.
The largest case of illegal elections financing in Canadian history was revealed this week — $344,000 illegally funnelled to the NDP by big Canadian labour unions.
So let’s get this straight.