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Sep 7th, 2018 by Hoid
Trudeau’s arrogance, disdain, and outward contempt towards the West
Its something straight out of the playbook of his old man. A strategy that has been just as effective in politics as in any military theater, divide and conquer. The fulcrum of power in this country has typically resided somewhere in the vicinity...
NAFTA; Did Mexico throw Canada under the bus ?
I feel Canada is the sacrificial lamb or Jesus of sorts thanks to Mexicans self interests. Canada might as well forget NAFTA's all for one and one for all thinking and concentrate on a unalateral deal with King Trump like he wanted in the first place. We...
Ontario election is Andrea Horwath's last chance as NDP leader
I guess if Andrea's NDP do not perform this election, she'll be looking for a new job. Somehow, I think she'll land on her feet. :lol: Does anyone here intend on voting NDP? --- Adam: Ontario election is Andrea Horwath's last chance as NDP...
Sep 5th, 2018 by pgs
How Canada could thrive without NAFTA
For months now, the prospect of the United States pulling out of NAFTA has seemed like a bad dream. President Donald Trump made the menace much more real this week, warning Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House that the deal may be...
Sep 4th, 2018 by pgs
Trudeau Liberals to Overhaul National Energy Board
Liberals unveil overhaul of environmental legislation The federal government is proposing to overhaul the way environmental assessments are conducted in Canada, aiming to reduce red tape, provide greater transparency and allow greater input from the...
Liberal government to buy Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5B
Huge move. If this were the Harper government, there wouldn't even be a pipeline. Liberal government to buy Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5B The Liberal government will buy the Trans Mountain pipeline and infrastructure related to the...
My second thoughts on supply-management: subsidies are even worse.
Supply-management does not affect me directly as a vegan shopper in Canada as far as I know. As far as I know, the Government does not subsidize milk products but rather just limits competition. This means that the buyers of milk products bear the full...
Canadians prefer Trump over trudeau
there's still hope for us kids. OTTAWA Despite deep overall disapproval of U.S. President Donald Trump, Canadians prefer Trumps approach to managing the economy and national security over the approach of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according...
It's Time to Give Up on Oil
Court ruling quashes approval of Trans Mountain VANCOUVER - The Federal Court of Appeal has quashed the approval of the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The decision means the National Energy Board will have to redo its review of...
Justin "Hitler" Trudeau putting Canadian children in jail
And some people think Trump is the nazi. Trump isn't imprisoning American children. Invisible Citizens is based on interviews conducted since November 2016 with lawyers, social workers, refugee advocates, mental health experts, as well as detained and...
Should governments limit holiday pay?
With all of the talk about adding another public holiday, I'm thinking that that could get expensive. If we must expand the number of state holidays, then why not place a limit on holiday pay to any day less the nine you get off. One advantage of this...
Liberals to look at 'full ban' on handguns, assault weapons
The horror! (for some deranged people on this forum) Liberals to look at 'full ban' on handguns, assault weapons The federal government will launch a study of a full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada. A mandate letter to Border...
Aug 28th, 2018 by Walter
Canadian tariffs announced
JUst watching the Minister speaking from Hamilton and she announced $16.6 billion in tariffs on American goods.They are on two lists - one at 25% and one at 10% these counter measures are necessitated by an illegal American tariff - which was raised to...
Liberal support spikes thanks to Maxine Bernier
Keep up the good work Maxine! Maxime Bernier's Controversial Tweets Boost Liberal Fundraising Fortunes OTTAWA Maxime Bernier may be causing headaches for his fellow Conservative MPs, but his latest musings on "extreme multiculturalism" have been...
Aug 20th, 2018 by Mowich
Canadian legal immigration policies
Canadian immigration policies discriminate against the disabled. The U.S. does not do this (Trump might like it). Please click the link to the petition to learn more and if you would like to repeal this policy please sign. ...
Aug 19th, 2018 by MHz
You want to promote human rights in China?
Free copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in American hotels | Crazy Ideas Bank A copy of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in hotel rooms. Not a bad idea. Have it in Chinese too to target Chinese tourists. And have a copy in...
Aug 18th, 2018 by Mowich
Prostitution in Canada?
What are your thoughts on this? Some are in favour of legalizing others not so much. Personally I think it will be legalized just like pot. What are your though on this should prostitution be legalized in Canada or are you against it? How should it be...
WARMINGTON: Liberal MP apologizes for handing out dubious honours
WARMINGTON: Liberal MP apologizes for handing out dubious honours Joe Warmington Published: August 16, 2018 Updated: August 16, 2018 10:21 PM EDT Amin El-Maoued, left, poses with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Laurier Club Summer...
An at-least partial solution to dealing with Canada's past.
In 2012, the Government adopted the national Flag of Canada Act: National Flag of Canada Act Why not rename it the Flags of Reconciliation Act and add the following flags to the list of protected flags: 1. the flag Canada and of any other sovereign...
Trudeau children's nannies being paid for by taxpayers
Here's one for the taxprayers. Trudeau children's nannies being paid for by taxpayers Canadian taxpayers are paying the wages of two nannies hired to care for the children of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau,...
Canadian economy BOOMING as oil takes a nosedive
Canadian economy posts biggest monthly gain in two years Essentially, Canadians came out of hibernation in May, and the economy benefited big-time, Bank of Montreal chief economist Douglas Porter said in a research note. Economists said the...
National Post Writer Screws Herself in Own Headline
I'm paraphrasing. She doesn't literally screw herself. Anyway, she's one crazy cornflake. Christie Blatchford: Sorry, but I've had enough of saying sorry I don’t know about anyone else, but I have a bad case of revisionist-history/apology...
Union to 'vigorously' defend any teacher who defies Ford on Sex Ed
Yet another Ford fail. Union to 'vigorously' defend any teacher who defies Ford on Sex Ed The union that represents Ontario elementary public school teachers vowed to "vigorously defend" any educator who uses the modernized sex-ed curriculum in...
Justin Trudeau rewarding heavy carbon emitters
It appears Trudeau is finally looking at the numbers and assessing the damage his carbon tax will have on the Canadian economy, and has decided to make some adjustments. One has to wonder if this is a minor concession, or the beginning of the end for...
Ontario sex education scale back is a human rights violation
Families to launch human rights case over outdated sex-ed curriculum At least six Ontario families are launching a human rights case over the provinces plan to use an outdated sex-ed curriculum, saying it will harm their children the first legal...
Hegemonic Masculinity in Homeless Men
Danbones Professor Slams 'Hegemonic Masculinity' of Homeless Men A feminist professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada recently published a book chapter documenting the myriad ways homeless men perpetuate “hegemonic masculinity” while...
Aug 8th, 2018 by MHz
Should Canada hold a referendum on free trade?
Should Canada remain a member of its present free-trade agreements or should it adopt unilateral free trade? 1. Canada should remain a member of its present free-trade agreements. 2. Canada should adopt unilateral free trade. One advantage with...
Aug 4th, 2018 by petros
Politicians Making Fools Of Us All: The Ethanol Scam
April 24, 2007 POLITICIANS MAKING FOOLS OF US ALL The Case of Ethanol as Motor Fuel John Chuckman Ethanol has always been a poor choice as a fuel, but the scientific and economic considerations behind that statement don't stop politicians from...