June 13, 2024
Trudeau lashes out on national unity
Once again, if anyone is playing political games, it is Captain Stumble himself, Justin Trudeau.
Once again, if anyone is playing political games, it is Captain Stumble himself, Justin Trudeau.

Justin Trudeau might want to think about what he himself has said before attacking others.

On Tuesday, Captain Stumble struck again as Trudeau lashed out at six premiers, claiming they were playing games with national unity, all the while forgetting he had once said he would vote for Quebec separatism over Stephen Harper running Canada.

It was on Tuesday morning that a letter from the premiers of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories raised concerns about bills C-48 and C-69.

Bill C-48 would ban Canadian oil tanker ships off the coast of much of British Columbia, effectively killing previously approved projects like the Northern Gateway pipeline by making it impossible for oil tankers to dock in Canadian ports and transport Canadian oil.

Of course, the ban will not apply to American vessels taking oil from Alaska to Washington state or to California.

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See Also:

(1) Trudeau’s plastics ban an election gimmick

(2) Canada isn’t the problem when it comes to plastic pollution

(3) So far, Canada’s political ads are just preaching to the choir

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