Trudeau, Singh, Scheer denounce Trump attack on U.S. Congresswomen

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has denounced U.S. President Donald Trump’s call for four U.S. visible minority Congresswomen to “go back to where they came from". At a press conference he was asked whether he considered Mr. Trump’s statements, made via Twitter, racist. Trump said four visible minority U.S. Democratic congresswoman should “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came” and “then come back and show us how it is done.” “I think Canadians, and indeed people around the world, know exactly what I think of those comments,” Mr. Trudeau told reporters. “That is not how we...

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The dangers of an Andrew Scheer Conservative federal government

The Trudeau Liberals have regained the lead with just over 100 days before October’s election, suggests a new Mainstreet Research poll. In a poll released July 9th, the Liberals have the support of 35 per cent of voters, compared to 33.2 for the Conservatives. The NDP sits at 10.4 per cent of support - only a tenth of a percentage point ahead of the Greens in a distant third place.  Compared to Mainstreet’s last poll in April, the Liberals are holding steady, the NDP is down slightly, the Greens are up 2.5 points and the...

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