30 years ago, flying out’a Fort Nelson (I think) in a winter storm supposedly pointed towards Calgary, but the roller coaster turbulence was so bad we eventually got diverted to Vancouver so they cracked open the liquor cabinet on the plane to keep the peace as we rode out most of the rest of the storm on the tarmac in Vancouver before hours later getting clearance to eventually fly back over the Rockies to Calgary where they poured a bunch of us oilfield workers off the plane. Does that count? Free booze on a plane to keep everyone chilled out isn’t a modern answer but it worked at the time.When was the last time you were on the w. coast?
(Crazy flight in a crazy time. No Hindus or Sihks or members of Green Peace on that flight, but by the time the storm passed the airline could have paid for the Av-Gas from their recyclables….)
Nothing new there. In December 2013, Singh became the first sitting member of a Western legislature to be barred from travelling to India. He was denied a visa by the Indian government while he was a member of the provincial parliament (MPP) in Ontario.Jagmeet Singh, the Leader of Canada's second-largest party, remains a ''pro-Khalistani and a pro-Pakistani'' ringleader | OpIndia Newswww.opindia.com
Again, nothing new there either. It’s relevant & significant, but not new. The non-Coalition Coalition that’s definitely not a Coalition Coalition. Justin & Jagmeet came out’a the closet as the Trucker Convoy was still rolling towards Ottawa & those two couldn’t help but finish each other’s sentences.Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is dependent on the support of Jagmeet Singh's New Democratic Party (NDP) to survive. Singh, a vocal supporter of Khalistani politics, has associations with violent Khalistani leaders. Trudeau previously patronised Khalistani elements in...m.economictimes.com
We’ve got kids in the interior, but no reason to go to the West Coast.