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Regina Rally April 4th Yellow Vest Told They Are Not Welcome! Yellow Vest Canada Outrages By This!

Many yellow vest across Canada where planing on going to April 4th rally in Regina Saskatchewan. Not only where they not allowed to go but most yellow vest leaders across Canada are outraged as they all planed to bring people to this event. This will continue to cause division among the man groups as they are being shunned from events.

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Saskatchewan premier to denounce carbon tax at rally organized by climate-change denier

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is planning to speak at a rally this week where one of the organizers has questioned scientific evidence showing that human activity is causing climate change. The Rally Against the Carbon Tax protest and truck convoy is scheduled for Thursday in Regina. Jason LeBlanc, a farmer from southern Saskatchewan, helped organize the event after travelling to Ottawa with a convoy of pro-energy industry supporters earlier this year. In an interview with The Canadian Press, LeBlanc called himself a “climate-change doomsday denier.” He says he believes climate changes in natural…

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Saskatchewan 

Semi Driver In Humboldt Broncos Crash Sentenced To 8 Years In Jail For the death of 14 Kids

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu plead guilty to 29 counts of dangerous driving. Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, the man who plead guilty for causing the Humboldt Broncos crash that took the lives of 16 people and injured 13, has been sentenced to eight years in prison. The judge at the Melfort court said she balanced his remorse and guilty plea against the missed stop signs and severe toll of the crash. The sentence comes close to what the Crown had been asking for, seeking 10 years. Since Sidhu is a permanent resident, it…

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Saskatchewan 

CANADA: Trucker who caused Broncos crash likely to be deported after sentence, says lawyer

An immigration lawyer says the truck driver who caused the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash in Saskatchewan is likely to be deported to India right after he serves his sentence. Lorne Waldman, who is based in Toronto and is not involved in the case, says there’s little 30-year-old Jaskirat Singh Sidhu can do to remain in Canada. Waldman says permanent residents such as Sidhu cannot remain in the country if they commit a crime for which the maximum sentence is at least 10 years or their jail sentence is more than six months. And he says that with a…

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