Another week, another disaster in Ottawa

Another week, another disaster in Ottawa. Last week, Justin Trudeau managed to submerge us unnecessarily in a trade war with the United States. The Liberal government’s amateurish approach to trade issues ensured that NAFTA discussion has not gone well. President Trump has now imposed ... Read More

PC Leader Doug Ford’s Sweeping Ontario Election Victory

Last Thursday, Doug Ford and the Conservative Party of Ontario swept to power. It was not a surprise, although the provincial and national media had done all they could to boost the NDP’s fortunes. The Liberal deficits, their Green Climate Plan and misdirected spending all mean that Ford will ... Read More

Liberals create chaos with nationalization of Kinder Morgan

This past Tuesday, the federal Liberal government announced their intention to nationalize the Kinder Morgan pipeline and the Trans Mountain expansion. Kinder Morgan was ecstatic, for good reason. Because of Justin Trudeau’s ham-fisted approach to this project, Kinder Morgan was put into an ... Read More

An Update on Freedom of Religion or Belief in Nigeria

Click here to view the PDF version My office has prepared an update on the state of freedom of religion or belief in Nigeria. Please find a link to the report below. Thank you for your engagement with issues of religious freedom. David Anderson, MP Click here to view the PDF version Read More

Small town hockey leaves a lasting impression on everyone involved

Small town hockey leaves a lasting impression on everyone involved. Each season sees great expectations, amazing triumphs and heartbreaking loss. And this spring, we have seen, up close, all of these things. Saskatchewan suffered one of its greatest tragedies. The wrenching agony of losing 16 ... Read More

Rights group: Rohingya insurgents massacred Myanmar Hindus

By Todd Pitman | Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) — Myanmar’s army was not the only group that slaughtered civilians in the country’s volatile west last year, Amnesty International said in a new report accusing ethnic Rohingya insurgents of massacring dozens of Hindus during an escalation of ... Read More

Canadian taxpayers once again stuck with Justin’s bills

The Kinder Morgan Pipeline has pumped petroleum underground from Alberta to the Port of Vancouver for over 50 years. The company announced an expansion that would have increased not only the size of the pipeline, but also improved its standards. The application was received and approved, and ... Read More

Saudi Arabia’s interfaith dialogue a welcome move

By Nathalie Goulet | Arab News Even a blind man would be able to see the revolution that is being accomplished in so little time in Saudi Arabia today. And this was boosted by the announcement late last month of an agreement between the secretary-general of the Muslim World League, Mohammed bin ... Read More

China Escalates Nationwide Crackdown on Protestant Churches

By Qiao Long, Wong Siu-san and Lam Kwok-lap | Radio Free Asia The ruling Chinese Communist Party’s crackdown on Protestant churches continued on Thursday with warnings to churches in several provinces that they should shut down and the demolition of property funded by believers. A ... Read More

2018 Update: Freedom of Religion or Belief in Russia

Click here to view the PDF version My office has prepared an update on the state of freedom of religion or belief in Russia. Please find a link to the report below. Thank you for your engagement with issues of religious freedom. David Anderson, MP Click here to view the PDF version Read More

Indonesia: Three churches hit in bomb attacks

By Christian Solidarity Worldwide Three churches in Indonesia’s second-largest city, Surabaya, were hit in bomb attacks which killed 13 people and injured dozens on 13 May. The bombings are described as the worst terrorist attack in Indonesia since 2005. According to news reports, one family ... Read More

The Climate Change Scam continues to expand

The climate change scam continues to expand. Within Canada, the Liberals are trying to make carbon taxes permanent, hoping Canadians will get used to the idea of having money taken out of their pockets for no good reason. Carbon taxes have never had a positive impact on either the economy or ... Read More

China: Visiting Officials Occupy Homes in Muslim Region

By Human Rights Watch Chinese officials, since early 2018, have imposed regular “home stays” on families in the predominantly Muslim region of Xinjiang, Human Rights Watch said today. These visits are part of the government’s increasingly invasive “Strike Hard” campaign in the region, ... Read More

In Iran, Christian converts face 10 year prison sentences

By Courtney Grogan | Catholic News Agency WASHINGTON, D.C. – In Iran, conversion to Christianity can be a crime meriting a sentence of more than 10 years imprisonment. Catholic churches within the country are closely monitored with surveillance cameras to ensure that Muslims do not enter, ... Read More