Tags : Conservative

CSIS says no national security threat

Canada’s Security Intelligence Service or CSIS has said that the Freedom Convoy last February posed no national security threat just before the Emergencies Act was invoked. That is according to political commentator and Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley. He shares the details with BCN’s Hal Roberts. Read More

Reporter Lilley says changes had to be made at Hockey

Scott Smith is out as Hockey Canada’s president and CEO. In fact, the entire board of directors for Hockey Canada also resigned today. Smith was unable to survive the fallout related to the national body’s handling of sexual assault allegations and how settlements were paid out. The news angered many Canadians leading to calls for […]Read More

UCP leadership candidate Schulz lays out her platform

Former Alberta Children’s Services Minister Rebecca Schulz is running to become the new leader of the UCP. She says she has what it takes to unite the Conservatives and become our new premier. Schulz also says when it comes to healthcare, she has a solid plan. She explains in this interview with BCN’s Hal Roberts.  Read More

How the UCP leadership review may unfold

The UCP leadership review is underway. Voting members have until May 11th to get their votes in to decide whether Jason Kenney should remain on as leader. The results will be known on May 18th. Our legislative reporter, Tyler Dawson gives his thoughts as to what may transpire. Read More

Throne Speech misses the mark says political reporter.

The Trudeau Liberals began their third term in office with a speech from the throne delivered by Governor General Mary Simon. The economy is struggling under supply chain issues and rising inflation is facing its fair share of challenges. According to political reporter Brian Lilley that is apparently not the focus for the Trudeau Liberals […]Read More

Political update from Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley

This week Brian Lilley talks about how a Saskatchewan senator has launched a review of Tory leader Erin O’Toole, how grain price increases have been great for our farmers but not so much consumers and how thousands of federal workers were allowed to continue working without being vaccinated against COVID-19.Read More

Political reporter discusses impact of new book on Trudeau’s campaign

Former Liberal Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould released her new book called Indian in the Cabinet. It discusses a number of issues including her and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s involvement in the SNC Lavalin scandal. I asked political reporter Brian Lilley if he feels the release of Wilson-Raybould’s book just before the election will hurt Trudeau’s […]Read More

Lethbridge MP says timing of federal election is suspect

Many believe that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will ask the governor general to dissolve Parliament on Sunday and call for a September 20th election. Lethbridge MP Rachael Harder says the timing of the writ being dropped could be better. She explains why in this interview with BCN’s Hal RobertsRead More