No matter how much Canadians would rather put their collective heads in the sand, we cannot ignore the plight of our largest neighbour. The issues facing our neighbour inevitably impact us as well.

Donald Trump’s conviction on 34 felony counts marks the end of his historic hush money trial. With sentencing and a potential prison term looming, Trump’s political future is in jeopardy. His mandatory pre-sentencing interview concluded uneventfully, setting the stage for what could be a tumultuous period for his supporters and the GOP.

Meanwhile, Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, was convicted on three felony charges related to illegally purchasing a firearm in 2018. This unprecedented event, with the first child of a sitting president being convicted of a crime, adds another layer of complexity to the upcoming U.S. election.

While our Canadian elections are set to be straightforward, our neighbours to the south are facing a highly complicated and contentious electoral season.

  • Click here to read more about former President Donald Trump’s conviction
  • Click here for information on the Hunter Biden conviction.