It is most definitely a good thing that there's persistent and growing American suspicion
of lax Canadian attitudes towards those certainly guilty of (at least) aiding and abetting terrorism. But the credibility of such accusations - while basically sound - is not aided by technical gaffes like "Conservative-party" in place of "Conservative Party," or "premier" when meaning "prime minister." Nor does the awkward joke in the lede about Labrador retrievers seem very well thought out, for that matter.
, NR; try harder, huh?