Look at this great little website: TheCanadaGuide.com. It’s by J.J. McCullough, a contrarian conservative, writer and cartoonist.
The site is a friendly, student-oriented, multi-media guide to Canada. Hundreds of pages. And perfect timing for the 150th anniversary of Confederation. What a great resource.
You didn’t pay for it. J.J. crowdfunded it.
Now compare that to how left-wingers do "Canada 150."
Mary Walsh is a painfully unfunny comedian who retired from the CBC years ago. In the 2015 election, she did that horrific video comparing Stephen Harper to a Nazi. And she hounded Rob Ford at his home, remember?
I’ll show you her application for "Canada 150" money.
You have to hear this!
She assures her Liberal friends that this project “will be inclusive of indigenous communities, official-language minority communities and ethno-cultural communities, and will create a legacy for youth.”
The only thing was missing was a promise to have Syrian refugee children, in wheelchairs, wearing hijabs, singing a song in French and Inuktitut...
NEXT: Brian Lilley joins me to discuss this story, which The Rebel uncovered through Freedom of Information requests. You can see the documents below.
(Check out Lilley's terrific book CBC Exposed, which reveals more about what Walsh and her ilk have done with your money all these years...)
THEN: Sun columnist Anthony Furey talks about the story our own Faith Goldy has been exclusively reporting on:
The illegal border crossings into Canada that the authorities have so far been ignoring.