Markham-Thornhill Conservative Party candidate Alex Yuan opens campaign office – Chinese

WEB – Van People – Vancouver, 20/08/2019 – ARTICLE, Chinese

Alex Yuan at the Bayview Hill Community Centre, July 21 2019, source:

Lai Gao – Federal Conservative Party candidate Alex Yuan opened his campaign office this past weekend, and received support from many residents. Guests included Canadian senator Victor Oh, Conservative MP Peter Kent, Ontario MLAs Vincent Ke, Logan Kanapathi, and Aris Babikian, former politician Chungsen Leung, Markham City Councillor Andrew Keys, and Don Valley East riding candidate Michael Ma.

Yuan was active in the community in the past ten years, providing service to the vulnerable people. Yuan is confident about this year’s election. Ever since he successfully obtained the nomination as a candidate, he has been going from door to door to gain support. The reactions received were all positive, and his campaign is gaining more volunteers who are local residents. He shared his door knocking experience, and said that voters are most concerned that the Liberal government’s policy may mess up the existing peace and societal order. They are afraid that the legalization of marijuana will lead to loose regulation of other more damaging drugs. Voters are concerned that the Liberal government will not be able to control the border and that we will see an increase in illegal border crossers entering Canada. Yuan promised to bring change to Markham-Thornhill by removing the Liberal government. He asks the riding’s residents to use their personal networks to help the Conservative Party defeat the useless Liberal government.



SNC-Lavalin: Fatal scandal – Russian

WEB – Russian Express – Toronto, 16/08/2019 – COMMENTARY, Russian

Writing about Canada’s Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion’s report in a Russian community weekly, A.Gladkov says it could result in the loss to the federal and provincial Liberals of much-needed votes. The writer says the political interests of the ruling Liberal Party dictated its role in the SNC-Lavalin case. As a politician and lawyer, Wilson-Raybould perfectly understood that agreeing with a backstage solution to the issue would be against the law. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer again called on the federal police to investigate the scandal. The author says that if the RCMP launches an investigation, the defeat of the Liberal Party in the October election is guaranteed. The SNC-Lavalin scandal will clearly be fatal for Trudeau’s political career. “Will it become fatal for the Liberal Party, and what should the party do to prevent this from happening?” asks the author. He continues, “If Trudeau’s main concern were the victory of his party in the election, he would take responsibility for this scandal, apologize, and resign. He would also recommend Jody Wilson-Raybould, who demonstrated her honesty and integrity, as the new leader of the party. However, Justin Trudeau is likely blinded by his own splendor, and he does not see the real state of affairs, which will become clear after the vote count in October.”

Etobicoke Centre candidate Ted Opitz on community values – Polish

PRINT – Puls – Mississauga, 16/08/2019 – INTERVIEW, Polish

MP Ted Opitz at the exhibition of Polish Institute of National Remembrance, May 17, 2013. Source: Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Toronto

Zbigniew Jemiola interviewed Ted Opitz, a Polish-Canadian conservative candidate for Etobicoke Centre and asked why Opitz decided to run again in the upcoming federal election. Ted represented the riding of Etobicoke Centre as a member of the Conservative Party of Canada in the House of Commons of Canada from 2011 to 2015. Opitz says that he is running again in the upcoming elections as he is sure that he will be able to help strengthen democracy and Canadian’s reputation – that Justin Trudeau destroyed. According to Opitz, the biggest difference between the Conservative party and the Liberal party is that the Conservative party believes in people and that people know more than the government what is good for them. Opitz relies on his military background, where no one gets left behind. Opitz says that he knows that politicians are often perceived in a negative light, but elections are an indispensable condition for democracy. He also said that Trudeau disappointed people. Trudeau said in the past that he admires the Chinese dictatorship, and statements like this don’t have to be explained to Polish people that know too well the meaning of communism. Polish people have to stop supporting Justin Trudeau, as he doesn’t represent Polish values, Opitz says. On the other hand, Andrew Scheer is a devoted Catholic with five children, from a hard-working family who shares the values dear to the Polish community.

What can Trudeau do to save Hong Kong? – Chinese

WEB – (Daily) – Toronto, 18/08/2019 – NEWS, Chinese.

A group of Hong Kongers living in Halifax published an open letter in The Chronicle Herald and The Coast titled “What Canada can do to help the Hong Kong protesters”. ( You Han Jie, the writer of this article, found that they raised a few very interesting points, such as denying entry to or denouncing the Canadian citizenship of the Hong Kong officials.

The writer of the article wanted to talk about whether Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau has the time, abilities and motivation to meet their demands. Simply put, the writer asked what Trudeau can do to save Hong Kong. The writer thinks that Trudeau doesn’t have time to “save” Hong Kong, with the reason being that the federal election is only a little more than two months away and he is going to be busy with the election. This writer also says that Trudeau has no motive to “save” Hong Kong. This writer noted that Trudeau is already in terrible shape due to the Meng Wanzhou case. This writer noted that Canada-China relations have reached the hardest moment in history, so do you still expect him to add fuel to the fire?

This writer also said that Trudeau is not Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer. The Conservative party leader can say that “we are all Hong Kongers”, because at least for now, Scheer is just an opposition party leader and is not qualified to represent the federal government or Canada.


Attacking Conservatives via Doug Ford – South Asian English

PRINT – Asian Connections – Mississauga, 09/08/2019 – View Point.

Sukhpreet Singh Giani – With the federal election less than three months away, federal leaders who are known for addressing causes that affect Canadians all across the country are now focusing on attacking the leaders at the provincial government. At a rallying speech to Liberal candidates in Ottawa, the Prime Minister set the tone for the coming election campaign. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau preferred to attack Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Despite pledging to rise above partisan attacks and “the politics of fear and division,” Trudeau spent a large part of his speech criticizing Conservative politicians and warning that a Conservative government would mean only cuts and austerity. He brought back former prime minister Stephen Harper, and drew a comparison with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and said that Andrew Scheer has never seemed to mind being referred to as “Harper with a smile.”

But it was Ford, neither Harper not Scheer, who seemed to be top of mind for the Prime Minister and many of the Liberals in attendance. His attack on Doug Ford and hence on the Conservatives, was sharp. He said, “In October, Canadians will have a clear choice to make: cuts and austerity or investing in Canadians,” while addressing Liberal candidates assembled in Ottawa. Doug Ford’s mantra of being “for the people” to “cutting down” would be a focus area. The Liberals are going to take on the Conservatives via Doug Ford. Will it deliver the results for the Liberals?

Will Ford’s policies really impact Andrew Scheer?

RADIO – CIAO AM 530 Frontline Radio  – Toronto, 13/08/2019 – COMMENTARY.

Host Deepak Punj said that recently he attended an event at Anokhi Restaurant in Brampton. The event was organized to celebrate one year of the restaurant and was attended by many distinguished personalities from the media and the community.

During a discussion about the federal election, many people were of the opinion that Justin Trudeau does not need to do anything to win. Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s policies will make the Liberals win in the federal election.

Punj asked whether Ford’s policies would impact Andrew Scheer and his party in this federal election. Currently, Premier Doug Ford is attending many parties, including backyard parties.  The host asked whether this means he wants to send the message that he is with the public, or, maybe Ford thinks that the Liberals are doing better in Ontario. He said regardless of the reason, the infrastructure in the province needs to be improved.

However, the host does not think that Ford’s policies will have an impact at the federal level for the Conservatives, as federal issues are different from provincial issues. The host said that the Jagmeet Singh factor can have an impact. He said that mainstream media has been writing that Singh failed to carry forward the charisma he had at the provincial level to the federal level.

The host also said that Singh has been receiving opposition from within his party, or maybe Canadians are not ready for a non-white PM candidate.



Trudeau urges China to be careful in dealing with Hong Kong protestors – Chinese

WEB – Van People – Vancouver, 12/08/2019.


Description: Si Xiayi – On Monday afternoon, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mentioned to the press that he is paying close attention to the situation in Hong Kong and urged China to be careful when dealing with protestors. Trudeau said he is calling for a peaceful and orderly dialogue in order to reduce tension. He said he is worried about the events in Hong Kong and urged Chinese authorities to handle the protests in an intelligent manner, as there are many Canadians in Hong Kong.

The relationship between Canada and China has plummeted since the Meng Wanzhou incident and the arrest of the two Canadians. Trudeau has repeatedly condemned China and requested a conversation with the Chinese leader. In addition, he called for global attention to the Canadians’ arrest. The current situation in Hong Kong is very sensitive, and Canada is about to enter a federal election. Many Chinese Canadians are paying close attention to China-Canada relations and the stance taken by the Canadian government on the Hong Kong issue. People do not think that Trudeau’s remarks have helped in easing the tension between China and Canada. 

Andrew Scheer and Conservatives promise increase in mental health and homecare funding – Punjabi

Source:  PRINT – Canadian Punjabi Post – Toronto, 12/08/2019.

Description: It is very unfortunate that Trudeau’s Liberals deliberately tried to misguide members of the Canadian Punjabi Post about Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer’s healthcare services funding increase. Canadians, specially Bramptonians, need to depend on stable and predictable healthcare funding. Hence, in a letter to provincial and territorial premiers, Scheer pledged that a Conservative government would increase health transfers and the social transfer by at least three per cent every year.

However, for Liberal MP Sonia Sidhu and other Liberal politicians, this is a misinformation and should not be believed. In 2015, the Liberals made several promises, including to help the middle class, but they increased taxes for 80% of middle class families. The Liberals brought in the carbon tax, which made home heating, gas and groceries more expensive. If the Liberals form the government again, these taxes can sky rocket. Now, the Liberals are scared under Trudeau’s leadership and are telling lies to remain in power.

Trudeau’s Liberals have disappointed Canadians and can’t be given another chance. On the other hand, Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives will protect public services and will leave more money in Canadians’ pockets so that their families can move on.

Opinion: Anti-immigration sentiment is rising in Canada as well – voters should not treat the matter lightly – Chinese

WEB – Loving Sister – Toronto, 04/08/2019 – EDITORIAL.

      Yao Yong An – The anti-immigration and racial discrimination sentiments in the United States have become increasingly intense under the instigation of President Trump.  Trump is undoubtedly a racist; his white supremacy feelings make him an ugly person.
In Canada, we also face the same situation. Maxine Bernier, the leader of People’s Party of Canada, recently made a speech and revealed his party platform in Mississauga, which is anti-immigration and has traces of white supremacy. This shocked people because they find discrimination against ethnic minorities and anti-immigration sentiment exists in Canada, and these sentiments are increasing in intensity.
Bernier and Alberta Premier Kenney are former cabinet members of former prime minister Harper. Both of these Conservative Party celebrities have expressed similar anti-immigration sentiments using references to the Fraser Institute’s anti-immigration report. Recently, mainstream media asked Scheer about how many immigrants his Conservative Party platform would accept annually. Scheer has not responded yet. Previously, Kenney’s and the Conservative Party’s anti-immigration policies include Bill C-24. The immigration applications that were “sliced away” by the Conservative government were mostly those of coloured people from China and India. On the other hand, Kenney opened the back door to White countries and used the Canadian international work experience work visa to accept a lot of White people to Canada – up to 100,000 people per year.
In recent years, the Conservative party has vigorously advocated anti-refugee remarks and condemned legitimate asylum seekers as illegals. Conservative MPs even blame all the immigration and tourism visa issues on cross-border asylum seekers when they speak before Parliament. 

Toward the vote, electoral campaign fails to take off – Italian

Corriere Canadese  – Toronto, 06/08/2019.    Francesco Veronesi – Employment, immigration, foreign trade and the environment are among the major questions that should characterize the current federal election campaign. Until now, however, the debate has centred on trivial issues like squabbling between the Tories and Liberals over the Canadian Food Guide and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s criticism of Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer’s failure to take part in the Vancouver Pride Parade. In Francesco Veronesi’s opinion, the destiny of a country is not decided by the participation in or boycott of the Pride Parade. Hopefully as the election draws nearer, the political debate will take a leap forward in terms of quality.