Canadian Government Canadian News 

Leftist Elites Distorted & Falsified Don Cherry’s Comments, Then Attacked Their Own Distortions & Falsifications

A tactic often seen by the corrupt leftist elites as they attempt to manipulate people. Don Cherry’s firing represents the disturbing and despicable ‘triumph’ of an oft-used leftist tactic: Take someone’s remarks, distort them into what you wish they had actually said, and then attack the distorted new remarks you made up. For example, Cherry has been attacked for ‘racist comments,’ and for apparently saying ‘people of colour didn’t contribute as Veterans.’ Peter Mansbridge even wrote an article for CBC that had a subheading implying Cherry had said all Canadian…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

Trudeau’s West Grey accuser was much younger than first thought

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s underage accuser was much younger at the time of their relationship than was first thought, her father tells The Chronicle. Some in the public discourse pegged the accusor at 17 years old.  That is inaccurate. “She was much, much younger than that,” the wealthy Canadian businessman told The Chronicle yesterday. He was not a party to the $2.25 million mutual non-disclosure non-disparagement agreement that she signed, in exchange for her continued silence, on the Wednesday evening of October 9th. The terms of that agreement prevent both the accuser and Trudeau…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

Wilson-Raybould is planning a ‘constitutional reform caucus’ in Parliament — and Scheer may endorse it

The newly re-elected Member of Parliament for Vancouver-Granville, Jody Wilson-Raybould — the only non-partisan person elected to the 43rd Parliament — wants to bring constitutional and electoral reform to Canada. To do it, a source tells The Chronicle, she is planning to launch a high-profile non-partisan caucus, open to all Members of Parliament, and tasked with the objective of democratizing Canada. Wilson-Raybould is expected to push for election reforms and a ‘democratization of the Senate’.  Some suspect she may even push for the direct election of the Governor-General and Province-wide elections to select members of the…

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Canadian Government Canadian News World News 

Canadian Foreign Aid In Syria Stolen By Al Qaeda Aligned Terrorists

I’ve been warning about foreign aid for a long time. This should be a wake up call for everyone. Taxpayer-funded Canadian foreign aid in Syria has been stolen by a terrorist organization linked to Al Qaeda. According to a Global News report, the terrorists stole laptops and cellphones that were funded by Canadian foreign aid: “Gunmen raided an office in northwest Syria and walked off with almost two dozen electronic devices that were part of Canada’s humanitarian contribution to the region, the declassified documents show. “Our information at this time suggests…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

Canada Has A GANG Problem, Not A Gun Problem

The foolish and pathetic politicians are unwilling to confront real problems, so they’re trying to take away the rights of law-abiding Canadians. Canada has long been a nation with a lot of guns. In fact, gun ownership rates in Canada are relatively high compared to much of the rest of the world. It’s only the immense amount of guns in the United States that makes Canada’s gun ownership rate appear low. Canada also has (or generally had) a low rate of gun violence. Many countries that have far fewer guns…

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Canadian News Teck News 

CANUND OUTDOES FACEBOOK WITH NEW DATING NETWORK

A new dating platform has hit the online world. As promised dating.canund.com is now up and running. Signing up is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Create account, find matches, then start dating. The site is fully secure and Canund will never use your personal information for profit, as many other sites do, as well as allowing you to set just how much of your information is shared. Take control of your dating life. Their mission is clear in the tagline, “Connect with your Soulmate here, on Canund Dating”. To register,…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

Honouring Indigenous Veterans

Remembering the sacrifices that bring all Canadians together. November 8th marks Aboriginal Veterans Day, where Canadians honour Indigenous Veterans who put on the uniform and stood for the freedom of all Canadians. It is believed that 12,000 Indigenous Canadians served in WWI, WWII, and the Korean War. With our country increasingly divided, we can remember the sacrifices made by Canadians of all backgrounds for the freedom and survival of our nation, and this can inspire us to fight for a Canada where no region is taken advantage of, where all…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

RCMP plans to charge Trudeau with obstruction in SNC Lavalin affair, following federal elections

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police intends to charge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his principal secretary Gerald Butts, and former Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick with obstruction of justice related to their involvement in the SNC Lavalin affair, and subsequent efforts to conceal it from the public, a source inside the agency tells The Chronicle.   They intend to lay those charges “precisely two weeks” after the federal election on October 21. Any later would appear as though the victor of the election was influencing the action, and any sooner would suggest that the agency had an obligation to disclose…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

Racist Elizabeth May Resigns

Elizabeth may will forever been known and the green party leader who hated all white people. No longer Green Party Leader, but will stay on as MP. Elizabeth May has resigned as Green Party Leader, after 13 years at the helm of the small environmentalist party. She will remain as MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands. May’s tenure was marked by repeated bouts of media-pushed ‘Green momentum,’ which then invariably came up short on Election Day. Still, May brought the party from zero seats, to 3 seats, and had slowly grown their…

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Canadian Government Saskatchewan 

Moe Asks for Meeting, Trudeau Ignores

October was a month of frustration in the Western portion of Canada, something Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has experienced first hand. Premier Scott Moe does not seem ready to give up on the Prime Minister’s office. The Saskatchewan Premier has given what seems like the last chance for the Liberal Party to make changes that would be advantageous not just for the province of Saskatchewan, but the western provinces as a whole. On October 23rd Scott Moe sent a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau. In this letter he quotes Prime…

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