Media won’t say it, but all that is needed to put the final nail in the coffin of Canadian democracy is a merger between the Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party.

by Brad Salzberg

April 19, 2023

In 2019, an election-bound PM Justin Trudeau banned conservative news outlet Rebel News from attending federal election debates. A veto also occurred during the run-up to the 2021 Canadian federal election.

This week, challenger for the Premier of Alberta position Rachel Notley tweeted she’d be holding a press conference, and “will take media questions, as I have done for 15 years as an MLA, nearly nine years as Alberta NDP leader, four years as premier and four years as Opposition leader.”

After which Ms. Notley was asked if she would lift her party’s ban on another western Canadian-based conservative news outlet, Western Standard.

“Notley said no. She said the Western Standard has been engaging in very active homophobic, discriminatory, hateful editorial positioning as it relates to some of our caucus members.” 

Let us note the congruity between Rachel Notley, Alberta NDP leader, and Justin Trudeau, leader of the federal Liberal Party. CAP recommend Canadians get used to it, because more than likely, an assimilation of the Liberals and the New Democrats will one day progress toward official status.

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  1. Frankly I don’t see the upside for the Grits. They’ve got the NDP seats and they don’t have to share their war chest. Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free? Singh didn’t even get any cabinet positions for his party.

    I’m not a fan of the deal, but it’s a home run for the team wearing red.

  2. Why not just toss in the Conservatives in while you are at it? I can’t see any difference between them, anyway. They all ‘vote’ (I use that term loosely) for the same agenda: Destroy the family unit, push the tranny agenda, push the depopulation agenda with endless jabs, not do anything to condemn the criminal behaviour of our dictatorship, send countless dollars away to the money-laundering & child trafficking land of Ukraine, the list goes on. They are all one and the same. Sometimes we get some differences on the provincial end (Like Conservative John Rustad voting against the anti-dictatorship bill in BC and Quebec’s Conservative party delivering a petition regarding the tranny agenda, there), but that’s about it.

    Makes me wonder if small PP was also in drama school, given his obsession with performances…