If the Trudeau Liberals are trying to silence Jody Wilson-Raybould, the former attorney general has one message: “Good luck with that.”
It’s disturbing Trudeau’s chief of staff allegedly said ‘all kinds of people’ could be rolled out to deliver op-eds in support of a senior cabinet minister, Roy Green says.
Roy Green says Jody Wilson-Raybould’s testimony shines a light on the ‘murky goulash of non-truths, half-truths and innuendo’ that is the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Here we are, just over a week since allegations of PMO interference with former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould surfaced.
Jody Wilson-Raybould is doubtless raising anxiety levels in the Prime Minister’s Office and with the prime minister himself. The former federal attorney general is refusing to either sink or protect her prime minister — but it’s clear the days of hugs and mutual admiration tweets are history. Tension became palpable during public cabinet post reassignments…
Trudeau said nothing which would fundamentally serve to encourage the energy sector, as well as re-energize foreign investment interest, writes Roy Green.
Populism is neither unacceptable nor exclusionary, Roy Green says.
Thursday’s election shows that Ontarians had enough of a premier and a government that seemed indifferent to their concerns, Roy Green says.
Roy Green likes cars — and his search engines clearly know it.
Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne is wrong to attack a family whose business has created thousands of jobs and filled government coffers with tax revenue.