CDN-Economy & Related Factors


captain morgan
No Party Affiliation
+3
#421
Trudie loves everyone, especially those regimes that have horrible human rights track records.

Sunny ways
 
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pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#422
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Trudie loves everyone, especially those regimes that have horrible human rights track records.

Sunny ways

He is jealous , but don’t worry they are conditioning Canadians to measly surrender our freedoms . Just look at how many on these boards are fine and dandy with the government printing press passing out free money .
 
Tecumsehsbones
#423
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Looks like the Libs. are getting ready to sell out Canada by all the non responses

Which begs the question who does Trudie consider as hostile?

According to the capitalism you claim to adore whilst utterly failing to comprehend, there are no friends or enemies. Only money.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#424
No problem with investing in Canadian companies, using the Canadian workforce, what we have been seeing once a Chinese company takes over a company they start bringing in their own workforce. Tumbler ridge coal mine is the best example of this, they bought the mine laid off Canadian workers brought in Chinese workers at 1/4 wages. Nexen another example which actually brought this to national attention where the Harper's Gov. put in the % rule to Chinese companies ownership in Canada before the AECON bid.
 
taxme
+2
#425
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

No problem with investing in Canadian companies, using the Canadian workforce, what we have been seeing once a Chinese company takes over a company they start bringing in their own workforce. Tumbler ridge coal mine is the best example of this, they bought the mine laid off Canadian workers brought in Chinese workers at 1/4 wages. Nexen another example which actually brought this to national attention where the Harper's Gov. put in the % rule to Chinese companies ownership in Canada before the AECON bid.


I am in favor of stopping all immigration from China. We pretty much know that China is full of spies and snitches, and maybe some of those new Chinese immigrants are spies for the commie government. Allowing China to be able to layoff Canadians and are allowed to bring in it's own workforce into Canada is a slap in the face to all Canadians.

The question is, why would our dear comrade leaders allow this to happen? Maybe because they are all pretty much communist minded. Here was a great opportunity and a chance for Scheer and his lieberal conservative party to speak out on this atrocity. But the lieberal conservative party have become nothing more than a bunch of spineless pretend conservatives. As far as I am concerned, other than the PPC, the rest are traitors to Canada, and cannot do enough to try and flood this sad ass country from being taken over by foreigners of a different color and culture.

How can any real and true patriotic Canadian politician allow this to happen? To be honest, Canada has no patriotic politicians in Canada anymore, just a bunch of wimpy and gutless politically correct buffoons. It's no wonder I am starting to despise this country more and more every day. Would Trump allow the Chinese to do this in America? I doubt that very much.

But our dear comrade leaders have no problem wanting people to stay at home, keep your distance, and wear a stupid looking mask. But protecting Canada from an Asian invasion? Well, that is okay. Canada is so phu-kd these days.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+3
#426
Ottawa to scrutinize Chinese acquisition of gold miner as Huawei case reaches crucial stage

Quote:

The federal government says it is reviewing a Chinese mining company’s proposed $207 million buyout of a struggling gold mining company in Nunavut under the Investment Canada Act, as a high-profile case against a Chinese executive in Canada reaches a crucial point.
Shandong Gold Mining Co. Ltd., a Chinese state-owned enterprise that’s listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, announced earlier this month it would purchase Toronto-based TMAC Resources Inc., which operates a mine near Cambridge Bay that has been beset by operational challenges.
Ottawa declined to provide any details on why it is scrutinizing the TMAC buyout, but lawyers who practise in this area said the government can easily invoke national security concerns amid rising political tensions with China. Indeed, on April 18, the government said that as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it would subject all investments by state-owned enterprises, such as Shandong, to “enhanced scrutiny.”
The review comes amid rising tensions between Canada and China, with the British Columbia Supreme Court expected to release a key decision on Wednesday in the extradition case of telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. executive Meng Wanzhou. Meng was arrested at Vancouver’s airport in December 2018 after U.S. prosecutors charged her with violating sanctions against Iran. China has pressed Canada for her release, and she denies the charges. The Supreme Court decision could lead to her release, or could start a new round of legal arguments.
Gold miners’ profits ‘set to explode’, but companies persist with no-premium mergers
Gold miners usually shine during a crisis — but not when they can’t work their mines
Scotiabank to close its metals business
China has also retaliated by imprisoning two Canadians under suspicious circumstances.
“I think that what you’re seeing is a very interesting mix of security considerations and political considerations,” said Andrew House, counsel at law firm Fasken LLP, who served as the chief of staff to the Ministers of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness under former prime minister Stephen Harper’s government.
House said that the Investment Canada Act allows the government to review transactions for national security reasons, without having to disclose its specific reasons.
Lawyers note that national security has no legal definition, giving the government broad authority in this area.
“National security is not a defined term in the law,” said Toronto-based Daniel Edmonstone, a partner at McMillan LLP and a member of the competition group, adding, “It means exactly what we say — neither more nor less. It’s a very flexible concept.”
There is global wariness toward Chinese investments of vulnerable companies in the West. In April, the European Union’s competition chief Margrethe Vestager told the Financial Times that member countries should buy stakes in companies to counter the threat of Chinese takeovers.
“It’s very important that one is aware that there is a real risk that businesses that are vulnerable can be the object of a takeover,” she added. “The situation now really underlines the need so we work really intensively,” she told the FT.
The location of TMAC’s mine in the Arctic, which is seen as increasingly important from a military and geopolitical perspective, could also be relevant to a national security review, said Edmonstone.
But the political sensitivity of a Chinese company buying a Canadian company while its share price is battered, could also play a role in triggering the review, he said.
TMAC, which started producing gold at its mine in Nunavut in 2017, never hit peak capacity as a result of problems with its mill. Despite US$1.5 billion in investment over the years, its costs were at the high end of the industry norm, at around US$1,100 per ounce in 2019, and it did not produced as much gold as expected.
The company has commissioned several reports about its Doris mine and expansive land package in western Nunavut, known as Hope Bay, saying it would take hundreds of millions of dollars of investment to revitalize the mine and operations.
In January, the company announced it was exploring strategic options, but its value had already declined markedly over the past year, with its share price down 75 per cent since July at $1.55.

Jason Neal, chief executive of TMAC, told the Financial Post on Tuesday that the company began discussions with Shandong Gold late last year, and was “impressed” with the company’s financial and technical capacity.
“The transaction announced earlier this month had nothing to do with COVID-19,” Neal said in a statement, “and everything to do with delivering long-term sustainable operation at Hope Bay, which measures extremely well against the Investment Canada net benefit test.”
The net benefits test under the Investment Canada Act looks at whether a deal is likely to increase employment in Canada, as well as its economic and other impacts.
Peter Glossop, a foreign investment lawyer and a Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP partner, said that in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which has devastated many Canadian companies’ share prices, the federal government has also started reviewing nearly every transaction on national security grounds.
Earlier this month, the Justice Department proposed draft legislation that would provide an additional 180 days for the federal government to review a foreign direct investment.
While a small overall percentage of deals — Glossop estimated less than one per cent — are flagged for national security review, he noted the number rose in the 2018-19 fiscal year to nine, up from four in each of the previous two years.
“There is more tension around national security than there has been historically,” he said.
But Fasken’s House said there could also be a political element to the current security concerns.
In the past, particularly in 2017, the federal Liberal government faced political blowback after it approved two acquisitions by Chinese companies.
In March of that year, the federal government allowed China’s O-Net Technologies to acquire Saint-Laurent, Que.-based ITF Technologies Inc., which produced laser technology with potential military applications.
Later that year, in June, it allowed China-based Hytera Communications Corp. to acquire Vancouver-based Norsat International Inc., a satellite technology company that had contracts with U.S. military.
“The Conservative opposition made hay for weeks every Question Period,” said House.

But the following year, the Liberal government blocked the $1.5 billion buyout of Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc. to China’s state-owned CCCC International Holding Ltd , citing national security.
“There’s always been a great deal of politics happening in the background,” said House.

 
Hoid
#427
Canadian real estate continues to be the rock our economy stands on.

73% is the average home equity in this country. Only 4% have less than 10% equity.

That is why we easily withstand things like the 2008 crash and the 2020 covid depression.

That home equity will currently get you $500K for about $1,000 a month.

I think there a lot of Canadians with a lot of home equity who are currently trying to figure out what to spend it on.

I expect the wealthy to be spending more money than usual on more things than usual because all their little hopes and dreams for world travel in their golden years have been shattered.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2
#428
"Whoomp there it is"

Tag Team

Trudeau positions Canada as champion of co-ordinated global recovery plan

Quote:

CANADA-Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will continue today to make the case for a co-ordinated global response to cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world's poorest countries.
He'll be among the leaders and heads of state to deliver remarks during a virtual summit of the Organization of African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (OACPS).
Among other things, he is expected to promise that Canada will partner with developing countries, which stand to be the hardest hit by the pandemic, and help to rally the world behind measures like debt relief to help them survive the crisis.
That is similar to the message Trudeau delivered last week while co-hosting a major United Nations summit, alongside UN secretary general Antonio Guterres and Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness.
Without a global co-ordinated recovery plan, the UN estimates the pandemic could slash nearly US$8.5 trillion from the world economy over the next two years, forcing 34.3 million people into extreme poverty this year and potentially 130 million more over the course of the decade.
While no country has escaped the economic ravages of the deadly novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, developing countries, already in debt distress before the pandemic, cannot afford the kinds of emergency benefits and economic stimulus measures undertaken in wealthy, industrialized countries like Canada.
Prior to the UN summit, Trudeau argued that ensuring poorer countries survive the crisis is not just the right thing to do, it's in Canada's own self-interest.
"Canadian jobs and businesses depend on stable and productive economies in other countries, so it matters to us how everyone weathers this storm,” he said last week.
Today's summit is to be chaired by Kenya's president, Uhuru Kenyatta. OACPS is composed of 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific states, many leaders of which are expected to take part.
Trudeau is positioning Canada as a leader in the push for a global recovery plan just as the country is competing for one of two coveted, non-permanent seats on the UN Security Council later this month against Norway and Ireland.
Canada is running on a platform of trying to help rebuild the post-pandemic world.

 
Hoid
+1
#429
BOC keeps the interest rate at .25%

They are open to lowering it further.

The banks are not really passing the savings along to the public so the entire stimulus effort is half-assed at best.
 
captain morgan
No Party Affiliation
+3
#430
Deflation has already started... Cost of many goods/services heading North and value of things like your home are heading South

Sunny Ways
Last edited by captain morgan; 4 weeks ago at 12:48 PM..
 
Gilgamesh
#431
Quote: Originally Posted by Dixie Cup View Post

Well as Jinentonix stated in his post, you need to read closely as to what was said and he's right! Not very good. It's amazing how BMO is "parroting" the government party line stating that things are basically looking up - NO - they're not!! The way they are making statements is disingenuous at best because they know full well that most people won't look at what they are actually saying. They just look at the "big" numbers and figure - wow - 66,000 jobs were created not realizing that those jobs are Mc D jobs and over 32,000 well paying jobs were lost - apparently nothing worth writing or explaining.


JMHO

Hmm, those are nice looking cups.
 
gerryh
#432
Quote: Originally Posted by Gilgamesh View Post

Hmm, those are nice looking cups.

Are you brain dead? Rhetorical question.
 
spilledthebeer
#433
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Trudie loves everyone, especially those regimes that have horrible human rights track records.

Sunny ways




Our idiot Boy Justin PLANS to one day have a "TERRIBLE HUMAN RIGHTS TRACK RECORD" of his own!


As I have said before - Our idiot Boy is an aspiring Soviet Socialist dictator!



Just consider who RAISED HIM!


Papa Pierre Trudope PUBLICLY DESCRIBED the war against Nazi Germany as "British Imperialism"!


How MESSED UP IS THAT?



And Margaret Trudope has modest mental health issues of her own - thought they may have been induced by co-habiting with OUR



VILE PET PIerre - such daily contact would be enough to sicken a MULE!


Thus we can clearly see that Justin Trudope GOT NO VALID PARENTAL GUIDANCE during his formative years!


If he was not making such a colossal FCUK UP of Canadian legal issues and economic disasters


one might ALMOST feel sorry for the NASTY SCREWED UP DOOFUS!
 
Hoid
#434
Canadian bankruptcy hits historic low in April.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/con...cies-1.5597996

How could bankruptcy in Canada be down 43% in April 2020 from April 2019?

Because all these Big Liberal government bailouts are working.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#435
No money was used to prop up businesses directly, just to help retain workers from going to EI.
 
Avro52
+1
#436
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

No money was used to prop up businesses directly, just to help retain workers from going to EI.

Also HST deferment and interest free loans.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#437
Like I said no bailout, interest free loans are for retaining workers on the payroll.
 
Hoid
#438
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Canadian real estate continues to be the rock our economy stands on.

73% is the average home equity in this country. Only 4% have less than 10% equity.

That is why we easily withstand things like the 2008 crash and the 2020 covid depression.

That home equity will currently get you $500K for about $1,000 a month.

I think there a lot of Canadians with a lot of home equity who are currently trying to figure out what to spend it on.

I expect the wealthy to be spending more money than usual on more things than usual because all their little hopes and dreams for world travel in their golden years have been shattered.

In local Vancouver Island news - RV sales cratered during the outbreak but last month posted their biggest month of sales ever. By a wide margin.

High end small campers are the big seller. Nobody wants to lunk around in a big old A class. They a small one and they want one with everything on it.

An RV dealer said "we don't have to worry about Albertans and Americans filling up all the camp sites so it may be the best year ever to have a BC Staycation."

He may be right.
 
taxslave
Free Thinker
+1
#439
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

BOC keeps the interest rate at .25%
They are open to lowering it further.
The banks are not really passing the savings along to the public so the entire stimulus effort is half-assed at best.

Anything our Liberal government does is half baked at best.
 
taxslave
Free Thinker
+2
#440
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Canadian bankruptcy hits historic low in April.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/con...cies-1.5597996
How could bankruptcy in Canada be down 43% in April 2020 from April 2019?
Because all these Big Liberal government bailouts are working.

Are they? Or just delaying the inevitable at huge expense to taxpayers.
 
petros
+3
#441
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Deflation has already started... Cost of many goods/services heading North and value of things like your home are heading South
Sunny Ways

You dont have income to rape so they go after your equity and savings instead.
 
petros
+1
#442
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

An RV dealer said "we don't have to worry about Albertans and Americans filling up all the camp sites so it may be the best year ever to have a BC Staycation."
He may be right.

Too funny. I still have a set of BC tags to slap on my truck before pulling into a BC Provincial Park.
 
Hoid
#443
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Are they? Or just delaying the inevitable at huge expense to taxpayers.

You understand that governments all over the world have poured trillions of dollars into their economies over the last 3 months in order to forestall complete economic collapse?

You read about that, right?
 
captain morgan
No Party Affiliation
+1
#444
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Are they? Or just delaying the inevitable at huge expense to taxpayers.

Might have something to do with the Courts being closed due to coronavirus
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2
#445
Fraudulent CERB applications could land Canadians with $5K fine, jail time
 
Hoid
+1
#446
Trudeau pushing forward on covid funding in the face of certain parliamentary delay.

Hopefully not too many people will have to suffer in order to allow Mr Scheer and Mr Singh to make their little campaign pitches.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2
#447
Something the Provinces are pushing back on, go figure

Trudeau's call with premiers gets testy as leaders butt heads over funding to reopen economy
 
Ron in Regina
Free Thinker
+2
#448
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Trudeau pushing forward on covid funding in the face of certain parliamentary delay.

Hopefully not too many people will have to suffer in order to allow Mr Scheer and Mr Singh to make their little campaign pitches.

If Trudeau (or other MP's) can wade into a crowd of Thousands of Protesters for Selfie Photo Op's, then they can wade into Parliament to debate issues like a real democracy. Justin Trudeau's front stoop at 9:15AM daily isn't Parliament where real debate can happen regarding our futures. That's a real problem coming from a minority Gov't bypassing democracy. Twisting that into a "But who will think of the Children" blanket call is indigenous at best.

Trudeau is pushing forward on a lot of things with little over-site & we didn't elect him as the King of Canada last Fall.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#449
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

If Trudeau (or other MP's) can wade into a crowd of Thousands of Protesters for Selfie Photo Op's, then they can wade into Parliament to debate issues like a real democracy. Justin Trudeau's front stoop at 9:15AM daily isn't Parliament where real debate can happen regarding our futures. That's a real problem coming from a minority Gov't bypassing democracy. Twisting that into a "But who will think of the Children" blanket call is indigenous at best.

Trudeau is pushing forward on a lot of things with little over-site & we didn't elect him as the King of Canada last Fall.

But with earlier governments allowing the Prime Ministers Office so much power King is what we get . Cretien played the position well , but even he can’t hold a candle to what Trudeau is getting away with . And nary a peep from the opposition because they are drooling over the thought of having similar power .
 
spilledthebeer
#450
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

According to the capitalism you claim to adore whilst utterly failing to comprehend, there are no friends or enemies. Only money.




And how much did the Beijing Butchers PAY YOU?


To spew your anti white and anti capitalist and anti cop CRAP?


Or do you get your dirty money from Black Lives Matter BIGOTS?





Here is an older article illustrating how and why the LIE-beral sponsored vision for legal justice is so GROSSLY FLAWED!
With some comments of my own in brackets):

Judge tosses impaired driving case after OPP demand man strip off his pants

By Michele Mandel. Published: September 28, 2018. Updated: September 28, 2018 7:23 AM EDT

Filed Under: Toronto SUN News/ Toronto & GTA

Keep your pants on.

That’s the least you should be able to do when you’re brought into a police station.

But because a OPP officer forced a man to take off his trousers — claiming the drawstring at the waist posed a danger — an Ontario court judge has thrown out the impaired driving case against Peter Ese-Osa Uhuangho.

(Is it not ironic that if the man had been allowed to KEEP his pants- and he had later chosen to HANG himself in a fit of despair - we all know the cop WOULD BE PUNISHED for not having removed the pants!)

“I consider that the manner in which the defendant was strip searched and subsequently remained in a state of undress while being investigated and asked to provide breath samples, all the while being videotaped at the police station, constitutes a gross affront to his human dignity,” said Justice Rick Libman in a recent decision.

(And was it not LIE-berals who ORDERED the video cameras into Police Stations so they could monitor cop behaviour? Why - yes it was! And was it not LIE-berals who decreed - in the interest of social justice - that FEMALE GUARDS could monitor convicts in jail - including while they were showering and on the toilet! And now we have LIE-berals whining about a DRUNK with no pants on because he might KILL himself with the draw string as he is video taped FAILING a Sobriety Test and LIE-berals are STILL WHINING!)

“In short, removing a detainee’s pants and leaving the person in their underwear and top, whatever its length, while investigating him, much less administering a test to determine his blood alcohol concentration, is humiliating, degrading and unreasonable. It follows that it is also highly offensive to the community’s sense of fair play and decency. As a result, a stay of proceedings is an appropriate remedy in the circumstances of this case.”

(Oh does the judge think that not wearing pants might affect the drunk test? In other words anything that a SUSPECTED CRIMINAL DOES NOT LIKE about Police procedure can be grounds for a Get out of jail Free Card! Such complaints as whining to your lawyer that your English is not good enough to understand why the cops are arresting you for drunk driving are also useful for that handy Get out of Jail card - as some guy in Brampton PROVED!)

(The FACT that drunk driving is ILLEGAL in all countries and thus the drunk SHOULD HAVE KNOWN his error - carries NO WEIGHT with LIE-beral judges! The goof did not have his lawyer present when he was charged with drunk driving thus HIS RIGHTS MUST have been violated! Though what excuse a lawyer could offer against a blood alcohol reading DOUBLE the legal limit is in SERIOUS doubt among SANE members of society!)

The judge went further, finding the OPP officer lied about why the man’s pants were removed: “Most egregiously,” Libman wrote, Uhuangho was “being falsely accused of urinating in his pants as a pretext for removing them. In light of all the circumstances, this is one of the clearest of cases where a stay of proceedings is warranted.”

(So WHY is the judge bitching? The judge has offered BULLSH+T reasoning and the cop has responded in kind! This is the TRUE future of LIE-beral justice!)

In the early hours of Aug. 1, 2016, an OPP officer responded to a crash on Highway 401 just east of Keele St.

After smelling of alcohol and failing a roadside breath test, Uhuangho was arrested for driving over 80 and taken to the OPP detachment.

The booking officer told the court that Uhuangho, 55, was uncooperative, verbally aggressive and rude. When asked to remove the draw string from his pants because it posed a “choking hazard,” he said the man became belligerent and suddenly took off his pants which were soaked with urine.

Uhuangho, a psychiatric nurse, told a far different story.

He testified that the draw string was sewn into his pants and when he told them that he couldn’t take it out, the police ordered him to strip them off. He felt “exposed” and “totally embarrassed and shocked” as he stood there in his underwear with officers – including a female – laughing at him. He was kept in that state of undress for hours, with no one offering him a blanket or anything else to reduce his humiliation. As a result, he said, he was angry and refused to co-operate and provide breath samples.

(Oh dear me! A female cop was also laughing - so the unit was INTEGRATED - just as LIE-berals wanted! As for being laughed at - such treatment is EARNED by being BELLIGERENT!)

The judge believed Uhuangho and found the OPP violated his constitutional right against unreasonable search – and then lied to justify it. “To claim falsely, then, that it was necessary to remove a detainee’s pants due to being soaked in urine is odious, and an affront to the administration of justice. It is calculated to portray this detainee in the most unflattering of lights.”

(So the judge is willing to SUPPORT a drunken idiot who has already wrecked his car on a major highway and judge is willing to DISMISS the suicide risk - because if anything BAD happens - its all the cops fault anyway! And th drunk ADMITS that he was belligerent and uncooperative during the test phase at the station!)

(And if the drunk later gets another car and maims or kills somebody because he got away from legal justice this time - it will NOT be the judge who has to clean up the remains - or even look at the bloody mess and go tell the distressed family
that a loved one has been MURDERED by some idiot Drunk!)

(LIE-berals tell us drunk driving is a Scourge and must be ended - and then they do everything they can to excuse and release DRUNKS! Do LIE-berals understand that word “scourge”? Do LIE-berals EVER mean what they say?)

This case follows many others where the police have been condemned from the judicial bench for continuing their practise of illegal strip searches. In a landmark 2001 decision called R v Golden, the Supreme Court ruled strip searches are “inherently humiliating and degrading” and “of such invasive character” that they can’t be carried out simply as a matter of routine policy.

And yet they continue and too many cases are being thrown out as a result.

(And LIE-berals AGAIN FAIL in their legal logic! Most of Ontari-owe watched cop car video of an arrested drunk driver - who also happened to be handcuffed - while sitting in the back seat of a cruiser - carefully remove his gun from a hidden pocket and attempt to drop it discreetly to the floor - fortunately the gun hit a metal bracket and alerted the cop!)

(And of course the drunk driver ALSO HAD A RECORD for miss-use of a firearm - a delicate LIE-beral phrase meaning he is a gang banger who shoots people and was under a PROHIBITION against possessing a gun! Is it not wonderful how effective LIE-beral gun laws are in preventing convicted criminals from ARMING THEMSELVES!)

Last year, Justice Elaine Deluzio stayed impaired driving charges against a woman after she was ordered to remove her underwire bra by OPP officers outside Belleville.

Also last year, Justice Joseph Bovard threw out crack possession charges after Peel Police strip searched a woman at their station with the door open and male officers laughing nearby. In 2016, he tossed charges against a suspected drunk driver after a female officer unzipped the suspect’s sweater, exposing her breasts in a see-through bra. And in Toronto, Justice Heather McArthur stayed impaired driving charges after an accused was made to remove his pants, exposing his underwear.

(And yet LIE-berals have NO PROBLEM ordering that female guards be allowed to work in prisons filled with MALE CONVICTS in that same state of undress! For our LIE-berals - there is NO standard or value that cannot be compromised in exchange for MORE votes!)

“Golden was released by the Supreme Court more than 17 years ago,” Libman complained. “The law regarding strip searches is clear. There should be no ‘contention, confusion or uncertainty.’”

So why are police still not getting the message?

(CLEARLY THERE IS NO MESSAGE TO “GET”! Cops are RESPONSIBLE for whatever FAILINGS LIE-berals can devise in their hunt for MORE PURCHASED VOTES! Thus when drunk drivers get excused for TRIVIA and go on to maim or kill then LIE-berals assume it is the cops fault!)

(If cops conduct a strip search to make sure that a suspect has no weapons and nothing that might be used to kill themselves while in police custody - then cops are being abusive!)

(And cops are WELL AWARE of the Nova Scotia teen who managed to CHOKE HERSELF TO DEATH in her cell - using a shoelace - because she MISS- CALCULATED how long it would be before cops came into her cell to wrestle with her as they attempted to remove the ligature!)

(LIE-berals have re-defined justice to reach this philosophy: “Cops are always wrong and the general public with its alleged systemic racist ways will bear the cost” while arrogant LIE-berals suck up votes from bigots and radicals and those who HATE white society!)