In a videotaped message, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invites Canadians to watch CBC’s series “Canada: The Story of Us” which “packs more than 400 years of Canadian history” and “presents “Canada’s history as you’ve never seen it before.”
According to a new survey released on March 15, 2017 by Corporate Research Associates, one of Canada’s leading public opinion and market research companies, 68 per cent of Canadians in Atlantic Canada support the screening of prospective immigrants to Canada for Canadian values, an opinion consistent across all Atlantic provinces.
A startling result from a new poll conducted by CROP for Radio-Canada between January 27-29 revealed that, in spite of heavy criticism from the Liberals and some Conservatives, 74 per cent of 2,513 people surveyed said they are in favour of screening potential immigrants for “Canadian values” as was proposed by Conservative leadership hopeful MK Kellie Leitch. In Quebec, the ...
The Toronto Star posted three articles ridiculing MP Kellie Leitch’s for her latest video on immigration and Canadian values. In this articles (February 27-28, 2017) Leitch was called “alien” and her speech “weird” with no much information about its content:
Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe – Grey and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, responds to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s statement calling on Muslim Canadians to join also ranks of the Conservative Party in order to confront anti-Muslim sentiments like those expressed by Leitch.
Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe – Grey and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, slams Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his statement on the death of Fidel Castro. “When our Prime Minister holds Castro up as a man to be admired, we need to defend our Canadian values more than ever,” Leitch said. On ...
Steven Blaney, Conservative MP for Bellechasse-Etchemins-Lévis, former Minister of Public Safety in the previous Conservative government and Leadership Candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada, announced on November 2, 2016 his intention to establish a Royal Commission on Canadian identity.