On May 28th, 2016, Justin Trudeau attended the Biennial Liberal Convention in Winnipeg. Josh Sigurdson decided to go through the crowd at the event and find cabinet ministers he could confront on various issues that concern Canadians. Josh spotted Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan taking selfies in the crowd so decided to approach him and…

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Representative government in Canada is tattered and pretty much everyone knows it. The leaders of the parties control the candidates and elected representative officials. It’s top down control and in this video I’ll give you just a few examples. Don Woodstock, the Green Party candidate for MP in Winnipeg Centre was basically kicked from the…

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On September 16th, 2015, Downtown Winnipeg Biz hosted a debate among candidates running for MP in Winnipeg Centre. Winnipeg Centre is one of the biggest strongholds in Canada and incumbent Pat Martin has represented the riding for 18 years. Robert-Falcon Ouellette who we had spoken with many times during the 2014 mayoral elections has been…

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On September 16th, 2015, Downtown Winnipeg Biz hosted a debate for Winnipeg Centre Candidates. Pat Martin, the incumbent Winnipeg Centre MP of 18 years did some pretty strange stuff . After Don Woodstock, the Green Party candidate said something Mr. Martin disagreed with, Pat called him a son of a bitch. Then the second the…

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Do we want freedom or do we want a government that babies us and controls us, like an over bearing parent? Do we want to help refugees come to Canada or help give them their home back? Do we stand for or against war? In this video I discuss the Niqab ban in Canada, #SyrianRefugees,…

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On September 3rd, 2015, several medical marijuana activists gathered in front of Winnipeg’s Law Courts building to rally in support of Glenn Price of ‘Your Medical Cannabis Headquarters’ who was recently unjustly arrested for giving sick patients their safe, side-effect free medication. His liberties were critically infringed and it got the whole city talking about…

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Alan Kurdi was a three-year-old Syrian boy of Kurdish ethnic background who made headlines around the world after being drowned in the Mediterranean Sea, as part of the Syrian refugee crisis. Photographs of the toddler’s body were taken by journalist Nilufer Demir and quickly spread around the world, prompting an international response. Because Kurdi’s family…

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“On Sept 28th, 2012, Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in New York City to receive an impressively named award — the World Statesman of the Year — bestowed by a U.S.-based inter-faith group. Former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger, himself a 1999 World Statesmen of the Year awardee, gave a glowing introduction to the prime minister. He characterized Harper…

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“Tobacco is a product that does a lot of damage — marijuana is infinitely worse and is something we do not want to encourage.”, says Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Last year, Health Canada kicked off an anti-marijuana ad campaign — repeated shortly before the start of the election campaign — that said the drug was…

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