Sunday, July 16, 2017


First it was a Toronto Sun reader buying a full-page advertisement to apologize to Omar Khadr’s victims for the eight-figure settlement he received from the Canadian government.
Now former prime minister Stephen Harper has reached out to the families to express his outrage.
Upset about the Liberal government’s $10.5-million settlement with Khadr, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s predecessor picked up the phone Wednesday and called American soldier Layne Morris at his home in Utah.

1 comment:

  1. **sigh** Once upon a time, before Justin of the 10.5 million Sunny Ways, we had a PM we could be proud of.