Government’s ‘slow to non-existent’ action to protect Canadians’ privacy

Do you care about your personal privacy? Let us know, but leaving a comment. Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien says concerns are reaching crisis levels Canada’s privacy watchdog is accusing the federal government of dragging its heels as privacy concerns reach “crisis levels.” In his annual report tabled in Parliament today, Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien slammed the…

Even the Liberals are leaving the Liberals

Ontario MP leaves Liberal caucus, crosses floor to join Conservatives If this doesn’t tell you that there are major issues with the Federal Liberal Party, then perhaps nothing can convince you to get involved, but we hope that we are wrong and that you will indeed reach out to see how little it takes to…

Liberals trying to stop sexual misconduct lawsuit against Canadian Forces

The Trudeau government is trying to quash a class-action lawsuit that alleges rampant sexual misconduct and gender discrimination within the Canadian Armed Forces. Trudeau wasted no time paying Omar Khadr $10.5M, but for his own military, he is trying to help make sexual misconduct allegations from one of his departments go away.  The federal government argued…

Bureaucrats bungled Phoenix, costing millions

The CVP has a solution so nothing like this will EVER happen again. If you want our plan(s), just contact us. The federal government’s problem-plagued Phoenix pay system was mismanaged from the very beginning, says a new report that lays blame for the bungled project squarely at the feet of bureaucrats. The findings were contained…

Harassment by 4 main federal political parties

Need another reason or wondering why the Canadian Values Party thinks it’s time for an entirely new Federal Party? Over the last several months, allegations of harassment and sexual misconduct have hit the four main federal political parties. Both chambers of Parliament have faced, or are currently dealing with, allegations against sitting or past MPs…

NDP leadership in Damage Protection Mode

In case you haven’t heard, the NDP are a mess lately. Link & Video So, we have the liberals who are run by someone who is a hot head and has violent outbursts. We have the Conservatives who came close to ruining our country when in power the last time. And now we have the…

Sorry office… ok, no charges for you.

Just image that all you had to do was say that you are sorry and POOF, there are no consequences or charges for you after you have broken the law. Not just one time, but every time. Just imagine the society we would be living in. Now, take that a step further. Now the apology…

Patrick Brown destroyed in minutes

Where is due process? Christie Blatchford: What happened to Brown is fundamentally wrong. Every man in the world is now vulnerable If guilty, then be punished, not .08 seconds after being accused. What kind of society do want to live in anyway? People judge others faster than the speed of the internet and when that…

Extra Christmas days off…What????

Don’t you just wish that you and your co-workers could gather around in some extra comfy chairs and vote if you could start your Christmas vacation a few days early? Then if the vote passes, that’s what you do. Well, that what the Liberal government just did. Ahem, don’t they work for you and all…

Liberals lie to Vets AGAIN

Under a CVP government, the veterans would not have even had to take this to court. We vow to do right by out vets. They have hurt enough already. If you wish to supports your vets, help us. Contact us today and ask how. Court rules against injured vets in fight for pensions  Reference w/…

Trudeau’s people named in Paradise Papers

Just to give you a little perspective: If the people making the rules say that they are not breaking the laws, it’s still NOT OK. Canadians may or may not know or may not have wondered why there is such thing as a loophole. I mean, why would you need to get someone to do…

Online reviews

What do you think? Should the federal gov’t pass a law banning lawsuits against honest posted reviews? Or should this be left at the provincial level? An Ontario couple learned that the hard way when a $3-million defamation lawsuit was filed against them — for posting negative online reviews — by Ontario-based contractor Design-Spec Building Group……