When Justin Trudeau was moved to tears at Loyalist cCollege, QNetNews captured the moment on video. Here is the moment when he was presented with a photo of himself as a young child with his father. Const. Jeff Ling of the Belleville Police presented the photo. Ling’s father was also in the picture, saluting Pierre Elliott Trudeau. For the full video, click here. …
QNet reporter Keenan Weaver interviewed Althia Raj, Ottawa Bureau Chief at the Huffington Post, on Tuesday via skype.
They discussed his campaign strategy and the tour across Canada.
This is the full, un-edited interview.…
By Megan Mattice
Justin Trudeau stopped by Loyalist College this morning to explain how politics should be handled, but he didn’t realize how emotional it would be. A family photo was presented to him…, bringing back memories of his father.
Trudeau was about to close a speech, taking place at Loyalist’s Alumni Hall, when Constable Jeff Ling, of the Belleville Police, approached him at the podium and the crowd went silent.
Const. Ling presented
By John Boldrick
“No pressure…just don’t screw it up.”
Those were the words uttered by reporter Taylor Renkema during a Monday morning meeting. While the words were said jokingly, they had some truth behind them.
Liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau visited Loyalist College on Thursday. He spent some time touring the school’s media wing. After the tour wrapped, Trudeau fielded questions in alumni hall.
While the visit was scheduled to last a little over an…
By Taylor Renkema
For student athletes like Nic Shunock, the lack of high school sports this school year is like torture.
“We don’t get to do what we love,” he said. “And the teachers who love to coach, they don’t get to do that either.”
Shunock and his friend Matt Mullins are fifth-year students at Centennial Secondary School in Belleville.
Boycotting extra-curricular activities- including sports- is one action teachers are taking in protest of Bill…
David Bertschi has been running on a platform of “restoring the Canadian advantage.”
A practising lawyer since 1985, Bertschi said the Liberal Party needs to rebuild itself with more business people rather than career politicians.
Bertschi is a founding partner at Bertschi Orth Smith LLP, a legal practice in Ottawa-Orléans. He has written numerous articles and spoken at conferences throughout Canada and the United States.
He was appointed Chair of the International Practice and Substantive…