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Aug 29 08:33

THE ARAMCO IPO: A GEOPOLITICAL GAME OF THRONES

Saudi Arabia has, in recent years, shown a willingness to form more in-depth relationships with its main Asian customers, China, India and Japan. The Chinese energy demand, which is still the main driver of the global oil and gas market growth, is considered to be vital for Saudi Arabia’s future. The Kingdom is currently in a heavy battle with Russia and arguably Iran for the title of China’s biggest oil supplier, a title that Russia took from Saudi Arabia at the start of this year. Several analysts have been very worried about this development as it could weaken the IPO of Saudi Aramco. However, Aramco’s prominent position in the Chinese market, and the ongoing investments that the Saudi oil giant is making in downstream production and capabilities in China, will contain any negative repercussions from loss of market share. In the long-run, Aramco’s position in China will only strengthen, which will allow the Kingdom to lock in a hefty portion of its export volumes.

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Please note that the only things Saudi Arabia was keen on buying from the Unhinged, Surveilled States of America... were its weapons.

US-Saudi Arabia seal weapons deal worth nearly $110 billion immediately, $350 billion over 10 years

Aug 24 09:46

He's considered Canada's founding father, but many Ontario teachers want his name stripped from public schools

As U.S. legislators mull the removal of statues seen by many as painful reminders of the darker moments in American history, a similar debate is playing out in Ontario over whether public schools should bear the names of Canadian figures associated with this country's legacy around the treatment of Indigenous communities.

That debate hit the floor of a meeting by the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario days ago, ending with a resolution to urge school boards across the province to consider removing the name of Canada's first prime minister — Sir John A. Macdonald — from public schools.

Aug 23 15:30

Indigenous people in Peru have seized Canadian oil facilities. They are demanding the government consult them before signing oil contracts.

Aug 23 08:46

THEFT: Man Demands To Know Why Government Is Charging Him Tax On Solar Energy He Generates Himself

Even though Currie’s house is a net-zero home, the HST (harmonized sales tax) still charges.

Currie pays absolutely nothing to Maritime Electric for his electricity, yet he is still billed for the tax on every kilowatt-hour used, just like any other customer.

“It’s nonsense really. It should be exempt,” Currie said. “We’re using it for heat, for one. Oil’s exempt. Now that we’re producing electricity we’re getting charged for it.”

While heating for oil is exempt from HST on P.E.I., other energy sources for heating such as wood, or electricity, are not.

Aug 18 06:25

Seattle Mayor calls Lenin monuments symbols of hate and racism

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray believes that the two monuments to Vladimir Lenin should be demolished. According to Murray, the monument to Lenin in Fremont and the monument to Confederate soldiers at Capitol Hill glorify "historic injustices" and are symbols of hate, racism and violence. "Not only do these kinds of symbols represent historic injustices, their existence causes pain among those who themselves or whose family members have been impacted by these atrocities," Murray said in the statement. "We should remove all these symbols, no matter what political affiliation may have been assigned to them in the decades since they were erected. This includes both Confederate memorials and statues idolizing the founder of the authoritarian Soviet regime," he added. Noteworthy, both monuments are installed in private areas. Meanwhile, Ukraine has liquidated all monuments to Vladimir Lenin.

Aug 17 14:22

NDP moves to end secret Klein-era scheme to offload corporate losses on the public

No one should be surprised that as its final decade approached, Alberta's Progressive Conservative government cut a secret and illegal deal with a small group of electricity marketing companies to let them leave the province's consumers holding the bag for billions of dollars in the event the dice ever failed to roll their way.

Indeed, no one is very surprised, as you can tell from reading between the lines of the oh-so-cautious mainstream media coverage of the NDP Government's lawsuit, launched in the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench yesterday, to invalidate a secretly negotiated clause in Tory-passed legislation that allowed corporations to offload business losses in the electricity market onto the public.

Aug 10 08:35

Migrant camp being built for HUNDREDS of refugees crossing into Canada from the US

THE Canadian military is building a camp to accommodate the growing number of migrants crossing from the US.

Aug 09 12:00

"Ernst Zundel deserved agony, not a quiet exit”

In our August 7 eulogy for the late Ernst Zündel, we alluded to the "Talmudic mentality" and the penchant of people afflicted with it for revenge and hatred, which they psychologically project on to Zündel in paroxysms of rage and libel.

On the day we published our tribute, Mark Bonokoski stepped forth to seemingly confirm our observation. Mr. Bonokoski writes for one of Canada’s largest newspapers, The Toronto Sun. It’s difficult to account for the fact that the Sun, which wears its human rights’ heart on its self-righteous sleeve, would print Bonokoski’s disgusting column, with its sadistic craving to see a pound of flesh extracted from Zündel, but that’s what has occurred.

Aug 08 17:36

Canadian envoy arrives in NORTH KOREA: Why has Trudeau sent top ambassador to Pyongyang?

The rare meeting is widely thought to focus on the release of Korean-Canadian pastor Lim Hyeon-soo.

Aug 08 11:05

Canada Opens Montreal’s Olympic Stadium To Haitian Refugees Fleeing US

Thousands of asylum-seeking immigrants are fleeing the United States to Canada amid increasing deportation fears. So many people have crossed the border in recent weeks that Canadian immigration agencies have been compelled to open the Olympic Stadium in Montreal to temporarily house the refugees.

Aug 04 13:43

Video: Profit Over Lives? Canada Checks Claims Saudis Used Canadian-Made Arms Against Civilians

Canadian human-rights activists are calling on the government to review a multibillion-dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia. That’s after allegations emerged in …

Aug 04 07:34

1 in 5 sausages tested across Canada contained different meat than labelled, study finds

A federally funded study has found that 20 per cent of sausages sampled from grocery stores across Canada contained meats that weren't on the label.
The study, published this week in the journal Food Control, was conducted by researchers at the University of Guelph and commissioned by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Aug 04 07:32

1 in 5 sausages tested across Canada contained different meat than labelled, study finds

A federally funded study has found that 20 per cent of sausages sampled from grocery stores across Canada contained meats that weren't on the label.
The study, published this week in the journal Food Control, was conducted by researchers at the University of Guelph and commissioned by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Aug 04 07:08

Toronto Housing Bubble Pops. “Genuine Fear” of Price Collapse

Sales volume crashes, prices plunge from April peak.

Aug 03 14:29

Canadian Man Takes Gun from Home Invaders – Charged with Attempted Murder and Nine Other Crimes

In what is surely an attempt by the Canadian state to make people fear the very idea of defending themselves and their families, a man has been charged with attempted murder after wrestling a gun from one of three armed home invaders and shooting one of them (non-life threatening injury).

Why is it that Canada (and other nations) are so determined to ensure that the population is unable to adequately protect themselves? Kyle Earl Munroe was at home with a friend when three armed intruders entered his home, he and the other man struggled with the intruders, Munroe managed to get a gun from one of the intruders, shots were fired and one of the intruders was hit. Munroe has now been charged with:

Jul 31 12:31

Outgoing Sears Canada employees try to stop $7.6M in bonuses for execs

Former and current employees of Sears Canada have filed a legal motion in an attempt to stop dozens of company executives from splitting $7.6 million in retention bonuses while many laid-off workers miss out on severance payments.

Jul 26 14:06

Kevin J Johnston Arrested Under Motion M103 A Chat With Americanuck Radio

Jul 26 09:22

Rolling Stone loves Justin Trudeau?!?

He was raised in jet-set privilege but overcame tragedy to become Canada's prime minister. Is he the free world's best hope?

Jul 25 10:17

Canada Claims Authority to Censor Your Internet Searches

The Canadian Supreme Court today ruled the country has the authority to demand Google censor and remove links to certain web pages or online content.

The idea that governments can force Google to deindex links to pages is unfortunately not new (see the European Union's "right to be forgotten"). What matters internationally in this case is the government is forcing Google to remove links from searches regardless of where the Internet user is. That is to say: Canada is demanding the authority to censor the internet outside of its physical borders and control what people who are not Canadian citizens can find online.

Jul 20 07:38

Toronto man builds park stairs for $550, irking city after $65,000 estimate

A Toronto man who spent $550 building a set of stairs in his community park says he has no regrets, despite the city’s insistence that he should have waited for a $65,000 city project to handle the problem. The city is now threatening to tear down the stairs because they were not built to regulation standards.

Jul 20 07:38

WW2 revisionism jeopardizing Zionist hegemony

The Canadian Jewish News website recently reported that a “holocaust” remembrance group headed by the rabid Zionist Mario Silva, a former Liberal MP from Toronto, is stepping up efforts to suppress discussion and debate about what really happened in Germany’s concentration camps during the Second World War.

The prejudicial group, which calls itself the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), essentially defines “holocaust denial” as anything that is not in complete conformity with Zionist mythology and dogma surrounding WWII.

Jul 17 07:56

26,000 evacuated as more than 120 wild fires in British Columbia are worsening as the fires enter a third week

Continued dry and windy conditions in British Columbia are worsening the province's ongoing wildfire crisis, with new evacuation orders issued on Sunday.

An evacuation order was issued for all of Williams Lake, a town of 10,000 people, at 6 p.m. PDT, meaning residents must leave the city, with Highway 97 the recommended evacuation route.

Jul 16 06:48

Canada's Conservative Party Is PURGING Libertarians - What You Need To Know

Tim Moen, leader of The Libertarian Party of Canada calls out the Conservative Party of Canada for their continued purge of small government and voluntaryist libertarians as they continue to support big government ideals and push a neoconservative agenda.

Jul 15 08:38

Canada shouldn’t donate to the Clinton Foundation

Canada can and should play a leadership role in advancing initiatives that foster real change in the lives of women globally.

However, we have real concerns with plans announced Tuesday by the Liberal government to hand $20 million over to the Clinton Foundation to “support projects that will provide critical sexual and reproduction health (SRH) services” around the world.

Jul 11 07:59

Prominent Canadian rabbi says he has been ‘blacklisted’ by Israel

It’s a question, in the end, about identity, about who does and does not belong and, crucially, who gets to decide.

Adam Scheier, one of Canada’s most prominent rabbis, discovered recently that he had been, in his own words, “blacklisted.”

Scheier, the head of the Shaar Hashomayim Congregation in Montreal, was one of 160 rabbis from around the world whose names appeared on what is something like a banned list produced by Israel’s Chief Rabbinate.

Jul 07 14:17

Canada Is F*cked

Jul 04 19:29

Canadian Court Upholds $1.7 Billion Ruling Against Iran

A Canadian appeals court has accused Iran of supporting terrorism, upholding a ruling that requires the Islamic Republic to pay around $1.7 billion in damages to “American victims of terrorism.”

Ontario’s Court of Appeal rejected Iran’s request to reconsider the ruling on Monday night, arguing that doing so would amount to a breach of Canada’s Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act (JVTA).

Jul 04 15:21

Canadian Court Upholds $1.7 Billion Ruling Against Iran

A Canadian appeals court has accused Iran of supporting terrorism, upholding a ruling that requires the Islamic Republic to pay around $1.7 billion in damages to “American victims of terrorism.”

Ontario’s Court of Appeal rejected Iran’s request to reconsider the ruling on Monday night, arguing that doing so would amount to a breach of Canada’s Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act (JVTA).

Jul 04 11:10

“Investors Are Being Swindled”: Canadian Accountants Slammed

People “mistakenly believe their pension plans, mutual funds, and other investments are safeguarded.”

Jul 04 09:30

Ottawa reportedly set to pay millions to Omar Khadr

The Canadian government will apologize and give millions to former Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prisoner Omar Khadr, according to multiple reports.

Khadr — who pleaded guilty to killing a U.S. army medic when he was 15, under interrogation that was later deemed "oppressive" — will receive a settlement of more than $10 million, according to unnamed sources who spoke to The Associated Press, the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail.

The Star said Khadr, who now lives in an apartment in Edmonton, will get more than $10 million, not the $20 million he sought in a civil suit. Other reports said he will receive about $10 million.

Jul 04 09:28

Canada's man in Tehran was a CIA spy

Ken Taylor, the Canadian diplomat celebrated 30 years ago for hiding U.S. embassy personnel during the Iranian revolution, actively spied for the Americans and helped them plan an armed incursion into the country.

Mr. Taylor, ambassador in Iran from 1977 to 1980, became "the de facto CIA station chief" in Tehran after the U.S. embassy was seized by students on Nov. 4, 1979, and 63 Americans, including the four-member Central Intelligence Agency contingent, were taken hostage.

Had his espionage been discovered, Mr. Taylor told The Globe and Mail in an interview this week, "the Iranians wouldn't have tolerated it. And the consequences may have been severe."

Jul 04 06:53

Justin Trudeau Says Immigrants Are More Canadian Than Natives

While conservatives in the US makes jokes about liberals believing immigrants are more American than "native" Americans, that is what Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau actually believes.

Jul 02 12:42

PEI Approval of Rollo Bay Facility Puts Wild Salmon at Risk, Groups Say

By Canadian Biotechnology Action Network

Charlottetown, June 27, 2017: Today, local and national environmental groups expressed profound concern over a decision by the Government of Prince Edward Island to approve construction of the world’s first factory to grow genetically modified (GM, also called genetically engineered) fish...

Jun 30 08:27

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CANADA ! – BONNE FÊTE CANADA

July 1st has always been a special day for me. Fifty years ago today I left the United States and applied for Landed Immigrant Status in Canada. My wife and I picked this date as it was a National Holiday and we figured there would be less security at the Toronto Airport…. and less questions. It was a special day in Canada, it was the 100th anniversary of Confederation.
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My suspicions proved correct…. there was only a handful of security personnel on duty and I was asked only two questions…
“How long do you plan on staying in Canada?”…. to which I responded “Forever!”*

Jun 29 16:34

Firefighter Ignites Libertarians to Take Action in Canada

By Vin Armani

In this video, Vin Armani discusses libertarians’ reluctance to participate in politics with Tim Moen. Tim Moen is a firefighter, paramedic, business owner, filmmaker, volunteer and politician from Canada. He is the leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada.

Jun 29 14:51

Canadian William Grant Stairs: Killing Natives And Seizing Their Land For Leopold II In Congo

Canada’s 150th anniversary offers a unique opportunity to shed light on some darker corners of Canadian history. One of the dustier chapters is our contribution to one of the most barbarous regimes of the last century and a half.

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