(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

While border security and building a border wall has been front and centre in the U.S. news, Canada has quietly been admitting and welcoming America’s illegal migrants.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

January 9, 2019

An Egyptian man is suing the federal government for $34 million for supposedly violating his rights, plus an additional $3.4 million in punitive damages, according to a report in the National Post.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

January 5th, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is devaluing Canadian citizenship and denying the need to protect our immigration system.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

January 2, 2019

The science is settled. Open border policies don’t work.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 29, 2018

This was a very bad year for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 2018 got off to a rocky start, and everything went downhill from there.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 27, 2018

Christmas is a time of joy and celebration — that is, if you live in North America.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By Candice Malcolm

December 22, 2018

Justice was served against a Canadian wannabe ISIS jihadist — but it took a U.S. court to do it.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 19, 2018

It was a bit rich hearing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau blame opposition Conservatives for creating a backlash against his open border policies.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 14, 2018 

The evil of jihadist terrorism knows no bounds.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 12, 2018

Omar Khadr, the convicted killer, wants the freedom to travel to Saudi Arabia, and he wants to be able to freely and privately communicate with his terrorist-supporting family. He’s making the formal request to an Edmonton court this week.


By: Candice Malcolm

December 12, 2018 

What the new federal report on Terrorism in Canada reveals about our public safety, and about the government’s obsession with political correctness when talking about terrorism.

 


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 11, 2018

While elites in Central Canada fret over abstract issues like climate change and gender-based analyses, the problems facing many working Canadians are far more real.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 7, 2018

The Trudeau government and the mainstream media are not telling the truth about the UN Global Compact for Migration.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

December 5, 2018

Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer has come out swinging against a new United Nations immigration treaty that the Trudeau government will sign next week.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 30, 2018

The Trudeau government is cheerleading a controversial United Nations initiative that has the potential to fundamentally change Canada.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 29, 2018

You can tell a lot about a person by the company they keep.

 


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 23, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was booed as he took the podium at an event in Calgary this week.

 


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 22, 2018

Canada is on track to receive more asylum applications in 2018 than any previous year since the Immigration and Refugee Board started tracking this information in 1989.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 17, 2018

Attacks against the media pose a threat to democracy, according to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 14, 2018

What is a refugee? The term gets thrown around a lot and, if you get your information from the mainstream media in Canada, you could be forgiven for believing a refugee is any migrant who arrives in a Western country hoping to stay.

 


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 10, 2018

Sunday marks the 100 year anniversary of the Armistice that ended the First World War.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 7, 2018

Despite what the TV pundits and cheerleaders in the media predicted, there was no ‘Blue Wave’ this November.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

November 2, 2018

The Trudeau government is ramming through its plan to boost immigration levels, despite survey after survey showing that Canadians oppose this idea.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

Nov 1, 2018

There was a rare consensus in the House of Commons last week. All parties voted in favour of a Conservative motion that called on the Trudeau government to bring criminal charges against Canadian citizens who travelled abroad to fight alongside the Islamic State.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 26, 2018

Canadians are taxed to death.


October 25, 2018

By: Candice Malcolm 

LONDON - Tommy Robinson is free, for now.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 20, 2018

It’s been four years since Canada was struck by two separate jihadist terrorist attacks against our Canadian Forces.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 18, 2018

The Trudeau government is funding an organization whose members include neo-Nazis, anti-Semites, and public figures who openly call for violence against Jews.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 13, 2018

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that political correctness has gone too far. A new study from the international organization More in Common showed a whopping 80% of people think that “political correctness is a problem.”


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 11, 2018

A Canadian member of ISIS has been caught and captured by our Kurdish allies in Syria. With the collapse of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria in early 2018, this ISIS soldier was trying to make his way back to Canada.


(This article originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 9, 2018

The opposition Conservatives are ringing the alarm bell following an exclusive Sun report revealing that Elections Canada sent a voter registration card to an asylum seeker who has only been in Canada for 18 months.


(This article originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm 

October 5, 2018

An asylum seeker who has only been in Canada for 18 months was sent a voter registration card from Elections Canada, the Sun has learned.


(This article originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 4, 2018 


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

October 2, 2018

There are several prevailing myths, pushed by leftist politicians and the mainstream media, about the tens of thousands of foreigners illegally crossing into Canada from upstate New York.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 28, 2018

It’s been an incredible week, and, despite it having little to do with our country, Canadians have been captivated by the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing over Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau embarrasses himself on the world stage, he embarrasses the entire country along with him.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 21, 2018

The #MeToo movement continues to pick up momentum, but as it grows, we’re seeing the movement abandon its integrity, fairness and credibility.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 20, 2018

It felt like the sky was falling last week in Toronto. You couldn’t turn on the radio, look at a newspaper (aside from the Sun) or watch the evening news without seeing a total meltdown over Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s suggested use of Section 33 in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, also known as the Notwithstanding Clause.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 14, 2018

The total mismanagement of our immigration and refugee system by the Trudeau government is becoming more evident every single day.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 13, 2018

We could have yet another tragic indicator that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s refugee policy is failing us.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 8, 2018

The history books will not look kindly upon Chrystia Freeland for her 2018 “Diplomat of the Year” award from the esteemed Foreign Policy Magazine.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 6, 2018

Not too long ago, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could rely on his star power to get him through tough political times.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

September 3, 2018

I was visiting Alberta last week, and I heard the same thing over and over again.


(This column originally appeared in the Toronto Sun)

By: Candice Malcolm

August 31st, 2018

A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian, right? That’s the line that Justin Trudeau and his band of Liberal lackeys have repeated, ad nauseam, since the last federal election campaign.


Conservatives should offer something different, and Scheer needs to step up and find his conservative voice.


Trudeau is hands-down the most divisive politician in Canada.