Bill C-76, Section 331: “No person who does not reside in Canada shall, during an election period, in any way induce electors to vote or refrain from voting or vote or refrain from voting for a particular candidate.” Trudeau revoked this section in 2018. Now we have this.pic.twitter.com/WNe0onYRh5
Populist People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier is confident his party will win seats in Canada’s federal election on Monday and believes the PPC will force other parties to enter a debate on freedom.
We’re excited about our plan – a plan to create a new generation of homeowners, to build a stronger, greener economy, and to put this pandemic behind us. Let’s make it happen, Canada. Let’s move forward, for everyone.
Some people actually praise
#marineland Canada on the condition of #Kiska's teeth. Sure, they're there to clean em and pop antibiotics into her mouth, but don't forget that the reason her teeth are like this to begin with, is BECAUSE of captivity. #FreeKiska @Whale_Sanctuarypic.twitter.com/wHyCZe0iwQ
I feel like most Americans don’t quite grasp how big of a deal it is that Justin Trudeau got hit by gravel thrown by an anti-vaxxer on the campaign trail. I think maybe we’re desensitized by all the gun violence (?), but that’s a huge escalation of the movement in Canada.