The Sun also notices that hypocrite suzuki and his "charity" is probably in violation of car regulations on partisan involvement.
The rules at the Canada Revenue Agency seem clear.
A registered charity "cannot be involved in partisan political activities."
Unless, apparently, you're David Suzuki and the David Suzuki Foundation.
Here's how the CRA defines what's prohibited:
"A political activity is considered partisan if it involves direct or indirect support of, or opposition to, a political party or candidate for public office."
Charities can promote the policies of political parties and candidates they agree with, but "must not directly or indirectly support the political party or candidate for public office."
On July 21, the Toronto Star reported Suzuki, in an interview, urged Ontarians to re-elect Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty on Oct. 6.
"I'm offering an endorsement of what Mr. McGuinty has done, absolutely" Suzuki said, describing the environmental polices of his Conservative rival, Tim Hudak, as "absolute insanity."