Sometimes in life, someone crosses your path and leaves behind an indelible mark. For me, that was a 17-year-old boy named Jonathan Pitre.
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Chris Wylie, the pink haired data whiz whose mining skills are said to have helped Donald Trump win the White House, was hired, then fired, by the Trudeau Liberals in 2016.
It may not be the popular opinion these days, but I don’t need a woman to lead the PC party or for cabinet to be equally split women-men. I want the best person for the job hired, and if that is a woman, even better.
The minimum-wage spike has been in effect just a few days and already the bad news that was predicted is making headlines.
The provincial government, which is desperate to turn the page on shameful health headlines, says it is investing $1.3 billion over three years to reduce times. But the backlog is so long and specialists too few it will barely make a ripple.
I’m not sure if Team Trudeau was told they would start trade talks on their official visit to China or assumed they would and then arrived in China to a frosty reality that China ain’t buying his charm.
Had Bezan pinched a cheek, harassed the MP, made light of the issue then I’d say he deserves what he gets. But he didn’t.
Dangerously wrong information can have real consequences.
Why is it that Bill Clinton gets a pass? If we are to believe all victims of sex assault, why have his accusers been vilified and bullied?