Doug Ford called out? | Mulcair reacts to the findings of the Emergencies Act inquiry

Former NDP leader Tom Mulcair thinks that some of Commissioner Paul Rouleau's criticisms are aimed squarely at Ont. Premier Doug Ford.

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    1. @@fvkijay  is that a sentence ? I have no idea what you said . Read what you wrote . I don’t need a brian nor am I familiar with a moranza

    1. @pinkformarie Justice Paul Rouleau’s brother who’s name happens to be Pierre too married Pierre Trudeau’s older sister…Suzette Rouleau.

    2. The judge is Justin Trudeau’s father’s sister’s husband’s brother. I have no idea how you get “uncle” out of that. More importantly, he’s a Justice for the Ontario Court of Appeal, meaning he’s one of the highest ranking judges in the Province of Ontario, one level below the Supreme Court of Canada.

    1. I find it funny that Alberta separatists always talk about “the west” leaving Canada… while conveniently forgetting that there’s a province WEST of Alberta that has zero interest in leaving.

  1. OKA never used the emergencies act and it was more violent than truckers and bouncy castles!! Mulchair has no clue hence why he got voted out

    1. Oka was a localized event, not a national emergency, it didn’t shut down billions of dollars worth of trade and paralyze the country’s capital.

  2. NO suprise here as I said months ago.
    On April 25, 2022, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed Rouleau as commissioner of an inquiry into the invocation of the Emergencies Act. In the past, Paul Rouleau worked for the Liberal Party of Canada. In 1983, he was part of John Turner’s leadership campaign after Pierre Trudeau announced retirement.

    1. @rhetorical 1 Fair enough but what is more important is that Rouleau is a liberal party member and has actively worked for them before, they didn’t pick someone impartial, he is connected in family and a liberal that to me is a major conflict. If they wanted greater believe-ability they should have chosen someone without conflicts.

  3. Rouleau is a member of the Liberal party. He worked for the Liberal party and was appointed to the bench by a Liberal PM, Paul Martin… how can he be non-partisan in regards to this inquiry? His ruling is meaningless!

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