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Ron in Regina

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Well, if Child Labour it’s a big thing outside of much of North America, for pennies on the dollar and for those little bits and pieces that are too small for adult fingers….then kids collecting biohazards in Toronto or wherever in exchange for a chocolate sounds about right.
 
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Tecumsehsbones

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Well, if Child Labour it’s a big thing outside of much of North America, for pennies on the dollar and for those little bits and pieces that are too small for adult fingers….then kids collecting biohazards in Toronto or wherever in exchange for a chocolate sounds about right.
That's the spirit! We'll have none of this Librul Commie child safety!

They're great for mining and for oiling machine parts as well. Don't even have to shut down the machine!
 

petros

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That's the spirit! We'll have none of this Librul Commie child safety!

They're great for mining and for oiling machine parts as well. Don't even have to shut down the machine!

Liberal candidate in Trinity-Spadina chooses pizza over climate​

TORONTO – Adam Vaughan, Liberal candidate in the upcoming Trinity–Spadina by-election, has backed out of an all-candidates debate on climate change scheduled to take place tonight, leaving only Green Party candidate Camille Labchuk and Joe Cressy of the NDP to participate in the discussion.

Vaughan had previously confirmed his attendance at the debate, but announced at the last minute that he would instead be joining Liberal MP Scott Brison for a pizza party at the Liberal candidate’s campaign office.

“This decision just goes to show that the global climate crisis isn’t a priority for the Liberals,” said Labchuk, a Toronto criminal defence lawyer and environmental activist. “While I’m glad that the NDP are allowing their candidate to participate in this debate, their party has so far failed to show any real leadership on climate policy. The Greens are the only party that has consistently stood for meaningful action to cut Canada’s emissions by making polluters pay.”
 
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Ron in Regina

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Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said in a statement the government was “concerned” by the ruling against laws meant to prevent “the use of drugs in places that are frequented by children and families.”

The law would allow police to order people to “cease using an illegal substance in a specified area,” or to leave that area.

The places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool.

Friday’s ruling in favour of the Harm Reduction Nurses Association imposes a temporary injunction until March 31, pending a constitutional challenge, with the judge saying “irreparable harm will be caused” if the laws come into force.

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West, who supported the law, criticized the court decision.

“In case you were worried about the modest rule of not being allowed to use fentanyl in playgrounds, a judge is there to stop the ’irreparable harm.’ Pathetic!” West wrote on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
 

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Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said in a statement the government was “concerned” by the ruling against laws meant to prevent “the use of drugs in places that are frequented by children and families.”

The law would allow police to order people to “cease using an illegal substance in a specified area,” or to leave that area.

The places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool.

Friday’s ruling in favour of the Harm Reduction Nurses Association imposes a temporary injunction until March 31, pending a constitutional challenge, with the judge saying “irreparable harm will be caused” if the laws come into force.

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West, who supported the law, criticized the court decision.

“In case you were worried about the modest rule of not being allowed to use fentanyl in playgrounds, a judge is there to stop the ’irreparable harm.’ Pathetic!” West wrote on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
Funny what happens when you appoint left leaning judges. You can't drink a beer or smoke a cigarette in most of those places without getting a fine, but you can inject anything yiu want and a bunch of overpaid government employees will watch over you and even test your illegal drugs for you.
 
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I have questions about the consumer driven "open banking" changes recently voted in and now in place. First off when they say "consumer driven" that is the last thing that is usually happening. My guess is more along the lines of freeing up the banks to sell information as if they aren't doing enough of that already.

Liberals will spend 2024 filling their boots and leaving a mess.
 

Dixie Cup

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Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said in a statement the government was “concerned” by the ruling against laws meant to prevent “the use of drugs in places that are frequented by children and families.”

The law would allow police to order people to “cease using an illegal substance in a specified area,” or to leave that area.

The places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool.

Friday’s ruling in favour of the Harm Reduction Nurses Association imposes a temporary injunction until March 31, pending a constitutional challenge, with the judge saying “irreparable harm will be caused” if the laws come into force.

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West, who supported the law, criticized the court decision.

“In case you were worried about the modest rule of not being allowed to use fentanyl in playgrounds, a judge is there to stop the ’irreparable harm.’ Pathetic!” West wrote on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
Stupidity reins!
 

Ron in Regina

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It's "for the children!"

Yeah, right. Trust me, the little bastards have ideas you never dreamed of, old guyl
Hoping it’s not fentanyl or methamphetamines or opiates from Gov’t outlets on the playgrounds, etc…we were doing crazy shit young, but not that crazy shit.

The local governments are trying to keep it away from public parks and playgrounds, and the courts are claiming that that would push junkies into unpopulated places so they wouldn’t be able to administer Narcan fast enough if they’re not easily seen when they overdose. That’s what the debate is about in British Columbia currently.

“(This) decision temporarily prevents the province from regulating where hard drugs are used, something every other province does, every day,”

“When people are isolated and out of sight, they are at a much higher risk of dying from an unreversed overdose.” is the logic behind the courts decision, even though there are “Safe Injection Sites” but they aren’t scenic or private enough or something.

They (the province, etc…) where trying to keep the hard drug use away from the places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches, or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool. The court overruled that. That’s what this is about.
Stupidity reins!
Good! Stupidity needs reins.

I take it you're OK with people shooting up in front of kids, as long as they don't tell the kids it's OK to be gay.
I believe Dixie Cup is critiquing the courts decision to allow hard drug use in parks and playgrounds and near skate parks and wading pools…so her position seems to be that she’s not in favour of being able to shoot up of dump the junkie gear where kids might be.
 

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Hoping it’s not fentanyl or methamphetamines or opiates from Gov’t outlets on the playgrounds, etc…we were doing crazy shit young, but not that crazy shit.

The local governments are trying to keep it away from public parks and playgrounds, and the courts are claiming that that would push junkies into unpopulated places so they wouldn’t be able to administer Narcan fast enough if they’re not easily seen when they overdose. That’s what the debate is about in British Columbia currently.

“(This) decision temporarily prevents the province from regulating where hard drugs are used, something every other province does, every day,”

“When people are isolated and out of sight, they are at a much higher risk of dying from an unreversed overdose.” is the logic behind the courts decision, even though there are “Safe Injection Sites” but they aren’t scenic or private enough or something.

They (the province, etc…) where trying to keep the hard drug use away from the places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches, or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool. The court overruled that. That’s what this is about.


I believe Dixie Cup is critiquing the courts decision to allow hard drug use in parks and playgrounds and near skate parks and wading pools…so her position seems to be that she’s not in favour of being able to shoot up of dump the junkie gear where kids might be.
The pizza guy needs to shut the fuck up when it comes to Canadian issues and parental issues globally. If him and wackadoodle had skin in the game when it come to kids I'd love to hear their true feelings because they would be 180° from shit they fling now.
 
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Tecumsehsbones

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I believe Dixie Cup is critiquing the courts decision to allow hard drug use in parks and playgrounds and near skate parks and wading pools…so her position seems to be that she’s not in favour of being able to shoot up of dump the junkie gear where kids might be.
Good to know. People shouldn't shoot up in parks or playgrounds, Not sanitary. Could get a nasty infection.
 

Dixie Cup

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Hoping it’s not fentanyl or methamphetamines or opiates from Gov’t outlets on the playgrounds, etc…we were doing crazy shit young, but not that crazy shit.

The local governments are trying to keep it away from public parks and playgrounds, and the courts are claiming that that would push junkies into unpopulated places so they wouldn’t be able to administer Narcan fast enough if they’re not easily seen when they overdose. That’s what the debate is about in British Columbia currently.

“(This) decision temporarily prevents the province from regulating where hard drugs are used, something every other province does, every day,”

“When people are isolated and out of sight, they are at a much higher risk of dying from an unreversed overdose.” is the logic behind the courts decision, even though there are “Safe Injection Sites” but they aren’t scenic or private enough or something.

They (the province, etc…) where trying to keep the hard drug use away from the places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches, or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool. The court overruled that. That’s what this is about.


I believe Dixie Cup is critiquing the courts decision to allow hard drug use in parks and playgrounds and near skate parks and wading pools…so her position seems to be that she’s not in favour of being able to shoot up of dump the junkie gear where kids might be.
That's right. Why would ANYONE allow junkies near schools & play grounds? Seriously?
 

Taxslave2

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Hoping it’s not fentanyl or methamphetamines or opiates from Gov’t outlets on the playgrounds, etc…we were doing crazy shit young, but not that crazy shit.

The local governments are trying to keep it away from public parks and playgrounds, and the courts are claiming that that would push junkies into unpopulated places so they wouldn’t be able to administer Narcan fast enough if they’re not easily seen when they overdose. That’s what the debate is about in British Columbia currently.

“(This) decision temporarily prevents the province from regulating where hard drugs are used, something every other province does, every day,”

“When people are isolated and out of sight, they are at a much higher risk of dying from an unreversed overdose.” is the logic behind the courts decision, even though there are “Safe Injection Sites” but they aren’t scenic or private enough or something.

They (the province, etc…) where trying to keep the hard drug use away from the places specified in the act include sports fields, beaches, or parks, within six metres of building entrances and within 15 metres of a playground, skate park or wading pool. The court overruled that. That’s what this is about.


I believe Dixie Cup is critiquing the courts decision to allow hard drug use in parks and playgrounds and near skate parks and wading pools…so her position seems to be that she’s not in favour of being able to shoot up of dump the junkie gear where kids might be.
Especially since it is illegal to smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol in these places, yet hard drugs are OK. Strange things leftys do.
 
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