Canadian Government 

TOTAL INSANITY: RCMP Considering Eliminating Aptitude Tests, Vision & Hearing Standards, And Allowing People With Criminal Records To Join The Force – At The Urging Of ‘Gender-Based Analyst’

I wish I was joking. Sometimes you read something, and you hope that it was all a joke. Then you read it again. And again. But as hard as you try to imagine it away, there it is. It’s the latest example of how political correctness, which once may have been about trying to be respectful, has descended into total and outright insanity. The RCMP is now considering eliminating aptitude tests, scrapping vision & hearing standards, and allowing people with criminal records to join the force. And the main reason?…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

Canadian Diplomat, Detained In China

Michael Kovrig, Former Canadian Diplomat, Detained In China OTTAWA — The federal government says it’s making every effort to get to the bottom of the apparently unfounded arrest of a former Canadian diplomat in China at a time of intensifying tensions between the two countries. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale spoke to reporters Tuesday about the case of Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat who worked as a political lead for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 2016 official visit to Hong Kong. “What we know is that a Canadian is obviously in…

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Canadian Government 

Betrayal: Trudeau Government Signs UN Global Compact On Migration, Dealing A Devastating Blow To Canadian Sovereignty

By signing the UN Global Compact, Trudeau is setting up a steady erosion of Canada’s independence, taking power away from the Canadian People. The Trudeau government has betrayed the Canadian People by signing the UN Global Compact on Migration, dealing a severe blow to Canada’s sovereignty. The Compact will be used by the Trudeau government to crackdown on the press (at least the ones he isn’t bailing out), by trying to silence any speech that is critical of ‘migration.’ Additionally, the Compact begins a transfer of authority from national governments, to…

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Canadian News 

A $100 billion national Indigenous economic agenda

Type “Indigenomics” into a document, see the red squiggly line that appears indicating a spell-check error, right-click and then press “add word,” because the relatively new term is picking up speed in Canada’s lexicon. The Indigenomics Institute, an economic advisory group launched in 2018 that works with public governments, Indigenous communities and the private sector to overcome economic barriers imposed on Indigenous communities, released a national economic agenda at the Assembly of First Nations in Ottawa on Thursday​. According to a 2011 TD Economics special report, the “Aboriginal market in Canada” was expected to…

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Canadian Government Canadian News 

McKenna says climate targets could be law in future

Canada may decide in future to enshrine carbon pollution reduction targets in law, says Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna. She made the comment during a wide-ranging interview with National Observer from Katowice, Poland, where international climate talks are taking place. An open letter from 33 Climate Action Network members on Dec. 3 had called for such legislation to compel governments to stick to their commitments. “It is vitally important that your government deliver on its promise to create real accountability, measurability and transparency for Canadian climate action, with legislation which will ensure…

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Canadian News 

Convicted terrorist Omar Khadr wants passport to visit Saudi Arabia, permission to speak to controversial sister

  Omar Khadr, the convicted terrorist who is infamous for killing US army medic Christopher Speer, wants changes to his bail conditions in order to fly to Saudi Arabia and talk with his controversial sister. According to CTV, 32-year-old Khadr will be back in the Court of Queen’s Bench in Edmonton Thursday to apply for changes to his bail conditions. An affidavit by Khadr says the impact of his bail conditions are “psychological” and are a daily reminder of what he went through in Guantanamo Bay. “I feel like the indefinite…

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Ontario News 

Nine Antifa arrested, one charged, as tempers flare at Parliament Hill demonstration

Nine people were arrested on Parliament Hill on Saturday morning as protesters and counter-protesters clashed over plans by the federal government to endorse the United Nations’ Global Compact for migration. Of the nine, eight were released without charges, but were issued trespass notices, meaning they are banned from Parliament Hill for 90 days. The lone person transferred to Ottawa Police Service by Parliamentary Protective Service was charged with assaulting a police officer. The man’s name was not released. Groups opposed to Canada’s support of the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly…

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Francophones say Doug Ford needs to learn the lessons of history

Sarah Dorner comes from a family that is all too familiar with the impact of governments who are hostile to francophones. She’s a descendant of the original French settlers of Detroit-Windsor. Her mother’s grandparents were married at a church in Ford City just two years after thousands rioted on Sept. 8, 1917 to protest the arrival of a priest who they believe was supportive of Regulation 17, newly-imposed controversial rules in Ontario schools aimed at curbing French. “One thing is certain, though,” @sarahdorner defiantly tells @toulastake, “more than three hundred years of…

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Canadian Government 

Government funding for conservation on unceded territories announced through pipeline protests

The Darkwoods Conservation Area in southeastern B.C. is home to at least 40 species at risk, such as grizzly bears, wolverines, peregrine falcons, mountain caribou and whitebark pine. In an attempt to meet international climate objectives, protect the only inland temperate rainforest, and conserve “carbon sinks” to last into future generations, the federal and provincial governments announced new funding to expand the conservative area established in 2008. The $14.6 million will support the addition of 7,900 hectares (19,500 acres) to the DarkwoodsConservation Area. It is to conserve lands in the Next…

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Canadian Government 

Bombardier has lost over 30% of their market value in the last week, as people aren’t buying the BS being peddled by ‘Bailout’ Bellemare.

It looks like Canadian taxpayers and workers aren’t the only people Bombardier CEO Alain ‘Bailout’ Bombardier has managed to anger this week. With Canadians already outraged at Bailout Bellemare – who presides over a company that has been repeatedly bailed out by Canadian taxpayers yet just slashed 3000 Canadian jobs – Bombardier investors don’t seem too happy either. A recent report details how Bailout Bellemare tried to push an optimistic message at a recent investor confidence. But people didn’t buy into that message. Last week, Bombardier announced that they would need to use one-time…

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