Tags : Liberals

Farmers say less fertilizer means less food.

A number of Canadian farmers we have interviewed say they are not happy with Ottawa’s recommendation that they cut their fertilizer use by 30 percent in order to cut emissions. Political reporter Brian Lilley says a number of farmers he has chatted with say if the Trudeau Liberals want producers to use less fertilizer that […]Read More

More spending not the answer says political reporter

During his caucus retreat in St. Andrews, New Brunswick Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his party has a plan to help the Canadian economy get back on track as we make our way out of the pandemic. Political reporter Brian Lilley says the PM’s plan of spending more taxpayer’s dollars is not the answer.Read More

Lilley says Trudeau should practice what he preaches

Following the incident in Grande Prairie, where a man yelled profanities at Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians need to respect each other more. Political reporter Brian Lilley is taking issue with that comment from our PM. He says Trudeau really needs to practise what he preaches.Read More

Trudeau caught not wearing a mask at airport

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Costa Rica enjoying a holiday with his family. There was some controversy when our PM stepped off of the plane and he was seen not wearing a mask. Political reporter Brian Lilley says that is a major no-no since the Trudeau Liberals say you must wear a mask at […]Read More

Premiers joining Alberta in Bill C-69 fight.

Many more premiers have jumped on board Alberta’s constitutional challenge of Bill C-69. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney calls C-69 as the No More Pipelines Act. Political reporter, Brian Lilley, says even a Liberal premier wants to see it overturned federally.Read More

Lilley says Trudeau not sticking up for our energy sector

Political reporter and Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley says it was a little disconcerting that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not commit to having Canada provide more oil in Europe when it is so desperately needed right now. He was asked at the recent G-7 Summit why Canada would not help out more. Read More

What is driving up fuel costs?

With inflation at an all time high, life is getting to be quite costly for Canadians especially when we pull up to the pumps. I asked political reporter Brian Lilley, what is causing the price of fuel to increase by so much. The average price in Canada is now over $2.00 a litre. Brian says […]Read More

Gas prices going up again says energy analyst

Energy analyst and former Liberal MP Dan McTeague says the Liberals today along with the NDP and Greens are trying to steer Canadians away from gas powered vehicles. McTeague says if you are hoping for a break at the pumps it won’t be coming anytime soon. He explains in this short interview with BCN’s Hal […]Read More

Lethbridge MP says constituents not happy with high inflation

Many Alberta families are hurting due to the high cost of fuel for their vehicles, higher natural gas prices for their homes and the cost of groceries is also going thru the roof. Many are not happy about it and a number of Lethbridge residents have brought their concerns to Lethbridge MP Rachael Thomas. Thomas […]Read More

Could a new truck tax be on the way?

As you have heard on Bridge City News, federal Environment Minister, Steven Guibeault, is being blasted over the Liberal’s discussing the possibility of implementing a tax on trucks and SUV’s. Political reporter, Brian Lilley, has the details. Brian will also discuss who the CPC leadership frontrunner is when it comes to selling memberships. Read More

Canada offering more aid to Ukraine

We chatted with political reporter and one of our regular contributors, Brian Lilley, to find out how much aid Canada has given Ukraine in its fight against Russia. Brian also discusses who the frontrunners are when it comes to the CPC leadership race. The federal Conservatives are choosing their new leader in September.Read More

MP Rachael Thomas speaks on new federal carbon emissions plan

Lethbridge MP Rachael Thomas is speaking out following the federal government’s new Carbon Emission Reduction Plan that was released earlier this week. Thomas says the Trudeau Liberal government has missed every target they have set when it comes to their environmental policy, adding this new plan is just going to make life more expensive for […]Read More

Russian propaganda working overtime

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s propaganda machine appears to be working overtime spreading false stories about why Russia invaded Ukraine. One story circulating is how Russia went into Ukraine to destroy American BioLabs that are allegedly creating new viruses. Our foreign affairs expert, Lisa Daftari, doesn’t buy it. Read More

Manitoba trucker speaks out

Manitoba trucker, Elmer Penner, who is taking part in the Freedom Convoy 2022 which is heading to Ottawa says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to resign. Penner also says the federal government needs to scrap the COVID-19 mandates.Read More

Studies on Ivermectin

There are a number of Canadians who strongly believe in Ivermectin to treat those with COVID-19. Political reporter Brian Lilley says a number of studies have been done on the drug by the federal government as to its effectiveness. Mr. Lilley says those studies can be found online. Read More

Ottawa Year in Review

Political reporter Brian Lilley discusses some of the biggest stories from Parliament Hill in 2021 including the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal election and inflation.Read More

Issues within the Tory caucus

Political reporter, Brian Lilley, says Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu has been shaking things up on Parliament Hill lately. She announced the start of a civil liberties caucus to raise issues surrounding COVID-19. It’s a move, Lilley says, could really backfire. Read More

Trudeau swears in new cabinet

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau swore in his new cabinet and made some major moves. In one of his biggest, Harjit Sajjan who was criticized for his handling of sexual misconduct allegations in our military, is leaving the Defence portfolio and moving onto to International Development. Former Procurement Minister, Anita Anand, will become the new minister […]Read More

Calls for PM Trudeau to resign are getting louder says

Many including Liberals within the Trudeau caucus are calling for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resign. It stems from the recent holiday he took in Tofino, BC on the inaugural National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. Political reporter, Brian Lilley, tells BCN’s Hal Roberts that it doesn’t appear as though will be stepping aside anytime […]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’s Devon Hargreaves running for Liberal Party

Canadians will go to the polls in just over a month, and people living in Lethbridge will have three names on the ballot, including Liberal Party candidate Devon Hargreaves. Hargreaves recently ran provincially, but says he has seen a need to represent Lethbridge at the federal level. Hargreaves is also the founder the petition leading […]Read More