Posts Tagged ‘Canada’

Canada’s furore over Trudeau’s racist problems is only skin deep

Fair enough, the self-proclaimed champion of “liberal values” should be subjected to a bit of public pillorying given that his youthful minstrel days of imitating people of color flatly contradict his more recent years of virtue-signaling. Since Trudeau (47) was elected as prime minister in 2015, he has made a big deal about promoting human […]

Canada manhunt: Murdered couple prompt questions that killers’ suicides leave unanswered

   From the warmth of a small home in North Carolina, to a stretch of Canadian wilderness as vast as the Australian outback, all the way to Sydney. Grief at the senseless murders of Sydney man Lucas Fowler, his American girlfriend Chynna Deese and Canadian Leonard Dyck stretches across the globe. Today any hope of […]

Former Microsoft Canada President Warns About Exposure to WiFi Radiation and 5G

by B.N. Frank Thanks to Frank Clegg and Michigan Safe Technology for posting this short but information-packed video. In February, telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they have no scientific evidence that 5G is safe. Warnings about widespread 5G installation and exposure have been cited by many experts and for a variety of valid reasons: […]

Canada arrests intelligence director general who worked on Magnitsky probe, suspected of sharing intel with foreign entity

   A senior intelligence official has been arrested in Canada and charged with disclosing classified information to an unspecified foreign entity. Cameron Jay Ortis, the director general of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police intelligence unit, appeared in court on September 13 to face charges under three sections of the Security of Information Act and two […]

Disgrace – Canada’s Theft of Iranian Assets

  September 15, 2019 Source Article from Related Posts Grand Theft Economy: Rockstar Games Pays No Tax Rockstar Games are supposed to be a British business success S-300 theft fail: Pole jailed for 14 years after attempting to steal Russian missile system parts Marian Radzajewski was found guilty and […]

Former Microsoft Canada President Warns AGAIN About Exposure to WiFi Radiation And 5G

By B.N. Frank Thanks to Frank Clegg and Michigan Safe Technology for posting this short but information-packed video. In February, telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they have no scientific evidence that 5G is safe.  Warnings about widespread 5G installation and exposure have been cited by many experts and for a variety of valid reasons: […]

Dorian remnants brought early snow to parts of Atlantic Canada

   As remnants of Dorian moved east and merged with a trough, some light snow fell on parts of New Brunswick and Labrador After Dorian made landfall as a hurricane-strength post-tropical storm in Nova Scotia Saturday and tracked east, it left behind more than a trail of damage and power outages –– it even dropped […]

Early snowfall for Labrador, Canada

   While most of the province was battling high winds and rain over the weekend, a section of Labrador faced a different kind of precipitation. Phoebe Davis took to Facebook to share a photo of snow-covered roadways that her kids ran into on their way to Goose Bay. Environment Canada Meteorologist, Rob Carroll says this […]

In Canada, You Can Now Buy Magic Mushrooms From a Dispensary

Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project Waking Times For years, the Free Thought Project has been reporting on the beneficial effects of psylocibin mushrooms ranging from treating PTSD to addiction and depression. In the land of the free, however, in all places except for Oakland and Denver, cops will kidnap and cage you for having […]

Deep Dive: BC Canada to Require Parents To Vaccinate Kids Despite History Of Adverse Effects

By Aaron Kesel The (BC) British Columbia province in Canada is starting a new forced vaccination schedule program for children, requiring parents to submit their child’s vaccination records if attending a public school. However, there are numerous issues with this since vaccines affect individuals differently and can have adverse side effects as will be documented […]

Socialized medicine in Canada: No money to keep you alive, but plenty of government funds to help you commit suicide

(Natural News) The Canadian medical system has a smart way of saving money: helping people commit suicide when their care becomes too costly. This sickening truth about the country’s socialized medicine was recently illustrated by the case of a 41-year-old British Columbia man, Sean Tagert, who had been living with amyotrophic lateral […]

Indigenous People’s Rights and Canada’s ‘Vampire’ Pension Plan

Wet’suwet’en people have never ceded their land through treaty; like many Indigenous people they continue to practice relations of responsibility with the places and beings that give them life, including protecting them from ecological devastation. In January 2019, the RCMP raided Wet’suwet’en territories to end their blockade of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, which is meant […]

In run-up to Canada’s elections, Palestinian activists launch ‘#IVotePalestine’

The federal election in Canada is coming up on October 21, 2019 and once again there is a debate, both within the Palestinian community and the solidarity movement, on the best tactics and strategies to hold politicians to account. Parameters have shifted dramatically since 2015; four years ago, current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of the […]

Video of Huawei executive’s arrest in Canada released as extradition hearings draw closer

The footage shows the arrest of Meng on December 1, 2018 at the Vancouver International Airport during a stopover from Hong Kong to Buenos Aires. It was made public after a Tuesday court hearing along with partially redacted affidavits and a memorandum argument filed by her defense team. The US wants to prosecute Meng on […]

Fracking Boom in U.S. and Canada Largely to Blame for Global Methane Spike, Study Finds

Julia Conley, Common Dreams Waking Times New research by a scientist at Cornell University warns that the fracking boom in the U.S. and Canada over the past decade is largely to blame for a large rise in methane in the earth’s atmosphere — and that reducing emissions of the extremely potent greenhouse gas is crucial to help stem the […]

Trade deal with Canada ‘distorts competition,’ protesting French farmers tell RT

French farmers have been dumping tons of manure outside the offices of lawmakers from the ruling party, LaREM (La Republique En Marche!), in protest against the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada. The deal, known as CETA, was approved by the nation’s parliament and took effect on a preliminary basis. The agreement, among […]

Report on Hassan Diab’s Illegal Extradition from Canada. The Segal Report

We were informed that the Department of Justice will release tomorrow (Friday July 26) the findings of an external review of Dr. Hassan Diab‘s extradition to France in 2014. The external review was conducted by Murray Segal, former Deputy Attorney General of Ontario. Mr. Segal was asked to assess whether Department of Justice officials followed the law […]

Bird attacks on the rise throughout the US and Canada

   Alfred Hitchcock may have been predicting the future in his movie “The Birds,” with bird-against-human attacks apparently becoming more common as people encroach on their natural habitats, according to wildlife experts. Red-winged blackbirds appear to be a major culprit, reports The Wall Street Journal, with people reporting that the songbirds have been divebombing or […]

Infant found dead after apparent dog attack in Quebec, Canada

   1-year-old boy’s body sent to Montreal for autopsy Quebec provincial police are investigating after a one-year-old boy was found dead and covered in bite marks in the Nunavik community of Kangiqsujuaq, Que. Early evidence suggests the baby was mauled by dogs near his home. A spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec says the infant […]

Canada pension fund quietly divests from US migrant detention firms

One of Canada’s biggest pension funds has quietly divested from two private prison operators responsible for the detention of thousands of migrants along the US-Mexico border. Late last year, the Guardian reported that the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) held nearly US$8m in stock in Geo Group and CoreCivic, which between them hold […]

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