Jul 14 10:01

G-20 Arrests a "Dry Run" -- Sinn Fein Veteran

(Spectators were held in cages like this, only slightly larger, with an outhouse and a bench.)

"This whole scenario [was] a large-scale exercise ... to assess the psychological reaction of confined masses to arbitrary arrest and imprisonment and denial of basic Civil Rights."

Resistance must continue to the form of a class-action suit.

Jul 14 07:14

Canadians falling short on saving

Ninety-four per cent of Canadians say they feel better when they have a safety net of savings to fall back on.

But nearly one-in-five, or 19 per cent, haven’t put any money aside for a rainy day, according to a survey released Tuesday by Scotiabank.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's rather hard to save while living in a society designed to extract the maximum amount of money from you over your lifetime.

Jul 12 09:10

Eco tax slips in under radar

Checking her receipt as she left a downtown Canadian Tire, Chris Colorado noticed a new charge.

Her $1.99 bottle of dish soap was accompanied by a 13-cent “eco fee.”

The levy for thousands of new products, from pharmaceuticals to fire extinguishers, quietly came into effect July 1, the same day as the harmonized sales tax.

But unlike that tax, provincial agencies have done little to publicize the new fees, catching consumers like Colorado by surprise.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Green Economy" = "more taxes"

Jul 11 15:31

Military purges offensive, sexist cartoons in training materials

Degrading drawings of women in sexual situations have been deleted from Canadian military classroom materials.

The Canadian Forces launched the purge when it found out the offensive cartoons were used as illustrations in courses for soldiers headed to Afghanistan.

One of the cartoons shows a woman engaged in a sexual act with a man in a bar.

Another suggests a female officer could be used as a bargaining chip in arms talks.

Jul 09 09:37

Will America Free Omar Khadr From Gitmo?


Come August, a military commission in Guantánamo will try Omar Khadr, a Canadian national captured outside Kabul in 2002. He was a boy, aged 15 then. Now a burly, bearded 23-year-old who has spent one-third of his life at Guantanamo. He bears scant resemblance to the fresh-faced, teen, who had survived multiple gunshots wounds and several major surgeries. There must be some reason why this lad did not die from his wounds. A shotgun blast to the back with sufficient force to exit the chest is a pretty fatal event. Perhaps the Power that kept him alive this long will reveal His purpose in time.

Jul 09 08:17

Toronto Police Chief Lies Again To Frame Protesters

Blair was knowingly lying to the media and the public. The toys were seized from Barrett after he was pushed down by cops and forced at gunpoint to consent to a search on his way to attending a role-playing game called Amtgard. The items had all been amended so as to make them safe for children, yet Blair later told the media they represented a deadly cache of weapons set to be used by G20 protesters.

“I woke up yesterday morning and I had players as far as Texas leaving me messages on my voicemail saying, ‘Dude, all of your stuff is on TV, they’re saying it’s all terrorist weapons,’” Barrett said.

Jul 08 10:29

Omar Khadr axes U.S. lawyers ahead of hearing

Accused war-criminal Omar Khadr has fired his American lawyers less than a week before his military-commission pre-trial hearings are slated to resume in Guantanamo Bay, one of his despondent attorneys said Wednesday.

Khadr, via a motion terminating his U.S. counsel and filed by his lawyers with the commission, said that he would either represent himself or boycott his trial.

"We have worked our hearts out on the case and were just eagerly looking forward to what we had planned to do," one of the lawyers, Barry Coburn, told The Canadian Press.

Prosecutors allege Khadr threw a hand grenade that killed Sgt. Chris Speer in Afghanistan in July 2002 when he was 15 years old. He faces a maximum life sentence on conviction.


Jul 08 06:41

New eco fees catching consumers by surprise

“I’ve never heard anything about this fee. No one’s talking about it,” she said. “The fact they just put it without us knowing, I don’t think it’s honest. I don’t like it.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The "Green" economy hits Canada right in the face!

Jul 07 10:21

A case study in failure: the Israel lobby at Toronto Pride

After two years of backroom lobbying of the Pride board of directors, their sponsors and city officials who make funding decisions for the festival, the organization succumbed to pressure and announced that it would censor the term "Israeli apartheid" from the parade.

In its May 28 editorial A case study in activism, the National Post hailed the decision as a landmark victory that would have “significant repercussions for the intellectual climate in this country.”

Less than a month later, Pride Toronto reversed its decision and allowed Queers Against Israeli Apartheid to march in the parade. As a result of the controversy, hundreds of people joined the group at Pride last weekend, forming the largest Palestine solidarity contingent in the parade’s history.

Jul 07 06:49

Study says smells sickening people come from oilpatch, but no source

Richard Langer was working on his farm just outside Peace River, Alta., one morning last spring when he saw the gas cloud drift through.

"It was sort of a blue-green cloud," he recalls.

The smell — a gassy, tarry reek like a hundred roofing crews working at once — was bad enough. Then a truck idling in the middle of the cloud suddenly revved as if someone stomped the pedal.

That's when Langer, 71, felt something bad.


Just so Americans don't feel alone in their oil-related disaster.

Jul 04 09:45

Youtube video captures undercover 'agent provocateurs' assaulting man at Montreal protest

A man arrested at Thursday's march against police repression around the G20 Summit has come forward to reveal that he was assaulted by undercover "agents provocateurs" when he attempted to film them.

Jul 03 08:51

Canada: Billion Dollar Cops Take on the Nerf Army

Jul 02 06:29

Natives urge Stanley Park name change

Some B.C. politicians say officials should consider a native group's suggestion that Vancouver's Stanley Park revert to its original First Nations name, Xwayxway.

The chief of the Squamish First Nation, Ian Campbell, said Wednesday that the well-known downtown park should be renamed Xwayxway pronounced kwhy-kway as it was known for thousands of years.


Canada's equivalent of Israel's Palestinians speak out. You can be quite certain politicians are eying up a potential money grab in this.

Jul 02 06:16

Explosion at National Defence bldg in Quebec

An explosion has torn through a Canadian Armed Forces recruitment centre in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.

No one appears to have been injured in the blast which occurred at about 3 a.m. ET.

The glass doors of the centre have been blown out and police have sent a bomb squad to the scene.


Looks like someone is trying to tell the government and the military something.

Jul 01 09:33

Toronto Police Chief Lies Again To Frame Protesters

Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair has been caught lying again in an effort to justify the brutal police response metered out against G20 protesters and journalists this past weekend, after it emerged that weapons he presented to the media as evidence of criminals planning to wreak havoc on the city were in fact toys seized from a man who was on his way to a fantasy role-playing game and had nothing to do with the G20 summit.

Jul 01 08:49


Jul 01 08:40

HST about to hit home in Ontario, B.C.

In Ontario, they seem to be taking it in stride, but normally laid-back British Columbians appear ready for revolt.

The culprit: the much-maligned harmonized sales tax, which takes effect in both provinces on July 1. In Ontario, the tax will combine the provincial sales tax and the federal Goods and Services Tax into a 13 per cent levy and in B.C., 12 per cent.

But the HST could cost a lot more for B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell and his three-term Liberal government.


HST (Higher Sales Tax) has replaced the GST (Gouge and Screw Tax).

Jun 30 08:43

Toronto G20 – Man run down by police horse

The mounted officers were from the Toronto and Montreal police forces. After being knocked down, the man was nearly stepped on. He was able to get up and walk away, so hopefully he was not badly hurt.

Jun 30 08:17

‘Weapons’ seized in G20 arrests not what they seem

Chief Bill Blair, who told reporters the items were evidence of the protesters’ intent, singled out arrows covered in sports socks, which he said were designed to be dipped in a flammable liquid and set ablaze.

However, the arrows belong to Brian Barrett, a 25-year-old landscaper who was heading to a role-playing fantasy game when he was stopped at Union Station on Saturday morning. Police took his jousting gear but let Mr. Barrett go, saying it was a case of bad timing.

Jun 30 08:08

Activist Arrested On Bogus Charge To Cover For Illegal Conduct Of Toronto Police

Activist Charlie Veitch has been arrested for the second time by Canadian authorities for “impersonating a police officer” on a bogus charge designed purely to cover for the fact that Veitch’s original arrest on June 24 for refusing to show ID was based on a law that didn’t exist and one that Toronto’s Chief of Police lied about to media outlets before the G20 summit.

Jun 30 07:40

Sex-abuse victims oppose cardinal's promotion

Canada's highest-ranking Catholic doesn't deserve a rumoured promotion to the Vatican because of the way he's handled the church sex-abuse scandal, a victims' group said Monday.

France Bédard, the group's founder, said Cardinal Marc Ouellet repeatedly refused to apologize for crimes committed within the church, and for the hundreds of lives destroyed.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2010/06/21/marc-cardinal-ouell...

Jun 30 05:36

Vatican promotes controversial Quebec priest

The Vatican has promoted Canada's highest-ranking Catholic priest despite recent controversy over his response to the church sex-abuse scandal.

Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet has been named chief of the Vatican's powerful Congregations for Bishops, which vets bishop appointments around the world.

Sixty-six year old Ouellet is the Archbishop of Quebec and the Roman Catholic Primate of Canada, the church's top official in the country.

Earlier this month, a victims' group said Ouellet had refused to apologize for crimes committed within the church.

Jun 30 05:32

Family caught up in spy drama wants answers

An Ontario family caught up in a global espionage drama wants answers from the Canadian government amid fears they'll now have trouble traveling abroad — or might even get a late-night visit from Russian spies.

Brampton resident David Heathfield said Tuesday he'd like to hear from authorities in Ottawa after his dead brother's name turned up in U.S. court files about an alleged spy ring run from Moscow.


The details sound like a script for a CSI Miami episode where everything is solved all too easily.
Is this really just another elaborate Russia bashing scheme?

Jun 30 05:28

Man impersonated officer at G20, police say

A man from England faces a charge of impersonating a peace officer at the G20 summit security fence in Toronto.

Police say a man filming the security fence area last Thursday was approached by a security officer and asked to provide identification.

Police say the man indicated that he was not carrying identification because he was a peace officer working undercover.


Fake Cops. Fake Protestors. Fake Conference.

Jun 29 20:45

Israeli Nuclear Espionage: The Art of Keeping America at Risk for Fun and Profit

Israel agreed to sell South Africa nuclear weapons.

More than that, it makes any aid America gives Israel illegal. If Israel is nuclear, which is now official, and in violation of international treaties, just as with Iraq and Iran, then America has to demand inspections and disarmament. There is no choice. This is the law. Law for Iran, law for Iraq is also law for Israel. Israel has expected this day for years.

Jun 29 15:17

Police open fire on peaceful protesters at G20

Jun 29 10:07

G20 protesters rally at Toronto police HQ

Jun 29 09:33

EXPOSED! - G20 Police in Black Bloc Anarchist Gear @ 0:45 - Toronto

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Watch this obvious agent provocateur. She and her associates attack the protesters, including the cameraman, then rush behind the police lines, with the police covering their escape from the crowd.

Jun 29 07:29

G20 Toronto Police Rape Threats + Strip Searched - Amy Miller

Jun 28 10:26

The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation

Jun 28 08:50

The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation At Tax Payers' Expense

Toronto is right now in the midst of a massive government / media propaganda fraud. As events unfold, it is becoming increasingly clear that the 'Black Bloc' are undercover police operatives engaged in purposeful provocations to eclipse and invalidate legitimate G20 citizen protest by starting a riot. Government agents have been caught doing this before in Canada.

Jun 28 08:48

Peaceful G20 protest at Queen & Spadina

Jun 28 07:33

READER PHOTO - One Billion $ for G20 security?

Jun 28 06:53

Peaceful Protesters Attacked, Arrested While Cop-Car Arsonists Left Alone

An eyebrow-raising photograph of one of the anarchists who set fire to a Toronto police car during anti-G20 protests this past weekend shows him wearing Nike clothing, a potential indication that provocateurs dressed up as black-bloc “anarchists” were again employed by authorities to cause mayhem in order to justify a brutal police crackdown and crush free speech, as peaceful protesters were attacked and arrested while the anarchists who torched the cars were left alone.

The picture shows the two culprits who set fire to the police car congratulating each other and looking remarkably relaxed about potentially being caught by police considering what they had just done. One of the men is wearing Nike pants – the distinctive logo of the company can be seen above his left pocket.

Jun 26 06:39

The Global Political Awakening and the New World Order

The Technological Revolution and the Future of Freedom, Part 1
by Andrew Gavin Marshall at Globalresearch.ca.

There is a new and unique development in human history that is taking place around the world; it is unprecedented in reach and volume, and it is also the greatest threat to all global power structures: the ‘global political awakening.’ The term was coined by Zbigniew Brzezinski, and refers to the fact that, as Brzezinski wrote:

For the first time in history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive. Global activism is generating a surge in the quest for cultural respect and economic opportunity in a world scarred by memories of colonial or imperial domination.[1]

Jun 24 06:40

Life inside the G20 ‘security zone'

In the wood-panelled confines of Walter Beauchamp Tailors, the only thing resembling a customer was a stern-faced cop, letting his eyes take a walk over a table full of neckties.

Perhaps he was dreaming of a return to normal life after the G20, of a saner time when his Toronto police uniform will no longer include a riot helmet, when he won't have to look sideways at regular people going about their lives.

If so, the burly sergeant was in good company on Tuesday, as downtown Toronto denizens, typically an imperturbable lot, felt the clamp tighten that much more around Canada's urban heart in advance of this weekend's gathering of world leaders.

Jun 23 20:53

The day central Canada felt the earth move

Cars were shaken from their parking spots, buildings cracked and residents ran through the streets Wednesday as a magnitude 5.0 earthquake left a small town in western Quebec in a state of emergency and much of central Canada wondering what in the world was going on.

The damage appeared to be concentrated in Gracefield, Que., a tiny municipality of just over 2,300 not far from the epicentre of the temblor, which was located about 60 kilometres north of Ottawa and about 18 kilometres beneath the surface of the earth.


Missed it :(

Jun 19 07:45

Million-dollar-a-minute summit worth it, insists Stephen Harper aide

OTTAWA—Canada’s twin summits are ringing in at nearly a million dollars a minute but the cost is worth it because Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other leaders will get a chance to let their hair down and talk “face-to-face,” a PMO spokesperson said Friday.

Explaining the eye-popping cost of next weekend’s meetings, which will ding taxpayers for about $833,000 per minute of actual leaders’ meeting time, Dimitri Soudas said G8 and G20 leaders face daunting challenges from a struggling economy, global warming, rogue nuclear states and crises in Afghanistan, the Korean peninsula and the Middle East.

“You actually need leaders sitting around the table having these difficult discussions, making progress,” Soudas told reporters in a pre-summit briefing.

Jun 17 16:02

Calls for NDP MP to resign after Israel comments

Prime Minister Stephen Harper called on NDP MP Libby Davies to resign as her party's deputy leader after she suggested Israel has been occupying territory since the country came into existence.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Canadians need to tell Harper that they need a CANADIAN Prime Minister, not another Israeli whore.

Jun 17 10:03

Canada: Israel's new defender

At a time when many countries are becoming more critical of Israel's policies, Canada seems to be moving in the opposite direction. A general reluctance to engage in open debate about the Palestinian issue is exacerbated by pro-Israel groups' efforts to shut down discussion and the federal government's unprecedented penchant for defending Israeli actions.

Since the beginning of 2010, the federal government has systematically cut funding to Arab-Canadian organisations and to UN relief works in Gaza. In March, the Ontario provincial legislature issued a unanimous condemnation of Israeli Apartheid Week, while the federal government considered introducing a similar motion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to our friends up North: your government has been hijacked by a foreign government (read: Israel, just as has happened here in the US)and such a government will not put the interests of Canadians first, second, and third.

In fact, that country's agenda may be very harmful to the welfare of Canada's future.

I would suggest, then, that the next time Parliamentary elections are held, that you throw out every single Israeli-firster and replace them with someone who is not, just as we need to to in our upcoming elections here in the US.

This hijacking of our govenments - and putting a stop to it - is literally a matter of life and death for both countries.

Jun 14 07:10

Jews Are NOT Prosecuted For Violating Canada's "Hate Laws"

For starters. the entire Jewish religion is, of course, based on a concept of racial supremacy. The Jews seriously believe they are better than the rest of humanity. Yet I very much doubt that any rabbis will be summoned before any Canadian Human Rights Tribunals any time soon for possession of the Babylonian Talmud.

Jun 10 13:24

Canada: Legitimizing Israeli Terrorism

Beyond making Canada the world’s most pro-Israel country, the Harper government has strongly backed Israel’s onslaught against the 1.5 million people living in Gaza. Canada has refused to criticize the blockade. For example, Canada was the only country at the UN Human Rights Council to vote against a January 2008 resolution that called for “urgent international action to put an immediate end to the siege of the occupied Gaza Strip”. The motion was adopted with 30 votes in favour and 15 abstentions.

Jun 03 12:31

Adam Rothschild calls the Prime Minister of Canada a slave!

Thursday, June 3, 2010
Canada Is Zionist Jewish Occupied Territory: Member Of Rothschild Empire Calls Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, A Slave! (Truth Comes Out!)
Adam Rothschild calls the Prime Minister of Canada a slave!
June 1, 2010
“CJPAC owns your country; Stephen harper is like a slave”.
CJPAC is the Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee, and Stephen Harper is the Prime Minister of Canada. At the bottom of the screenshot Adam Rothschild makes another post:
“May Yahweh bless the CJPAC with control of the Canadian Government just like the AIPAC controls the United States
-Adam R.”

May 25 06:43

Alex Jones: Canadian conspiracy

The next time you struggle to comprehend how someone could spend their time trolling the internet in order to defend and downplay whatever government cover-up or abuse is in the news this week, consider the fact that they may be on a government payroll. The Canadian government has been caught paying a media group to monitor online political discussion and respond to misinformation, in order words to spread state-sanctioned propaganda, in the latest scandal to hit the Harper administration.

May 20 09:52

PHILIP GIRALDI : Shaping the Story on Iran

There have been recent reports that Iran has enabled the travel of al-Qaeda leaders to Afghanistan and Pakistan where they will be able to confront and kill American soldiers. If you think you have heard the story before, you have, in another context. In the earlier rendition it was Saddam Hussein who was hand-in-glove with al-Qaeda, helping the group in its nefarious planning to attack the United States and kill Americans. Saddam, who was in reality only a threat to his own people, was on the receiving end of a barrage of fabricated information claiming that he was secretly developing weapons of mass destruction and clandestinely dealing with the terrorists who were responsible for 9/11. Or so the story goes.

May 17 09:34

Margaret Atwood Cashes In

By Jennifer Matsui

Novelist Margaret Atwood’s decision to travel to Tel Aviv to share a literary prize worth a million dollars has ignited a controversy in which the septuagenarian author and vice-president of the literary human rights organization PEN International has come under fire by Palestinian rights activists. Ms Atwood’s acceptance of the Dan David Prize, whose previous laureates include Al Gore and Tony Blair, is viewed by Ms Atwood’s critics as a betrayal to the ideals she supposedly represents, and an unwitting endorsement of Israel’s race exclusive policies.

May 11 07:45

Rescue teams allowed to try to reach family in Montreal-area sinkhole

Rescue workers have been given the go-ahead to go back on to unstable ground to search for a family of four missing since Monday night when a huge sinkhole opened up and the family's home sank into it in St. Jude.

May 10 15:31

Canada Pension Plan buys Manhattan real estate

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) said on Monday it has bought into the coveted Manhattan real estate market for the first time, taking stakes in skyscrapers valued at more than $1.45 billion.

The CPPIB said its real estate arm bought a 45 percent stake in 1221 Avenue of the Americas, the McGraw-Hill building, from SL Green Realty Corp for $576 million.

It also formed a joint venture with SL Green, which owns and manages Manhattan properties, to acquire a 45 percent stake in 600 Lexington Avenue for $87 million.


And when a "terrorist sets off a dirty nuke" at the Israeli embassy in New York (to start a war with Iran) those investments and many others are toast.

May 10 13:34

Dear Ms Atwood, I regret to inform you that you have failed the lie detector test

By going to Israel to accept the Dan David Prize, Margaret Atwood has chosen to go over to the Dark Side. "If you do make the trip, there is no turning back. Please consider well what people who have appreciated your literary work and heretofore took seriously your vaunted support for human rights have to say.">>

Apr 29 20:12

Southern Alberta digs out of April snow

Traffic was slowly moving on reopened highways and power returning to homes in southern Alberta after an overnight snowstorm.

Late Thursday afternoon, Environment Canada downgraded the area's winter storm warning to a wind warning with gusts up to 90 km/h, diminishing overnight. More snow between 10 to 15 centimetres was forecast over the Cypress Hills and in eastern sections of the Lethbridge region.

Up to 12 centimetres of snow fell on Wednesday night into Thursday morning in Calgary and surrounding areas, causing problems on major highways.


Global warming is causing snowfall now.

Apr 27 11:04

Canada's Federal Debt

Apr 26 06:55

Canadian dollar holds firm above parity

The Canadian dollar rose slightly against its U.S. counterpart on Monday, remaining above parity, as a rally in global equities and optimism over aid for debt-stricken Greece supported riskier assets.

At 8:15 a.m., the Canadian dollar was at C$0.9984 to the U.S. dollar, or $1.0016, up from Friday's finish at C$0.9991 or $1.0009.

Apr 21 07:51

Taxes take up greatest part of household income, Fraser Institute says

A prominent think-tank that's often critical of government spending policies says Canadian families spend more than two-fifths of their total income on taxes.

The Fraser Institute says its annual Canadian Consumer Tax Index calculated that taxes ate up 41.7 per cent of the average family's income in 2009.

That's up from 1981 when taxes accounted for 40.8 per cent of a family's income, or 33.5 per cent in 1961 when the Fraser Institute first compiled the index.


Just so you don't think Americans are the only people being raped ... oopsy, I mean reaped by their government tax system.

Apr 15 08:35

Two carry-on bags now allowed on U.S.-bound Canadian flights

Starting today, Canadians flying to the U.S. can take two carry-on bags and personal items with them on a plane.

Restrictions on carry-ons were imposed after a botched Christmas Day terror attack on a flight to Detroit from Amsterdam. Canada quickly banned carry-on luggage, then allowed U.S.-bound passengers one carry-on bag and some personal items in January.


More booga booga.

Apr 07 07:10

Machete used in anti-Semitic attack, Ottawa students say

A student supporter of Israel at Carleton University and an Israeli engineering student at the university say they are lucky to have survived an attack with what they say was a machete near a Gatineau bar early on Monday.

Apr 07 06:22

Why Can't I Own a Canadian?

Lev. 25:44 states that I may indeed possess slaves, both male and female, provided they are purchased from neighboring nations. A friend of mine claims that this applies to Mexicans, but not Canadians. Can you clarify? Why can't I own Canadians?

Apr 06 05:42

Canadian dollar hits parity vs. U.S. dollar

The Canadian dollar rose to one-for-one footing with the U.S. currency on Tuesday, hitting its strongest level since July 2008, boosted by rising commodity prices and expectations for higher domestic interest rates.

At 7:38 a.m. (1138 GMT), the Canadian dollar was at C$1.0008, or 99.92 U.S. cents. Earlier, the currency rose to C$0.9999 to the U.S. dollar or $1.0001.


The Canadian Air Farce (comedy program here in Canada) did a hilarious skit on this situation. It took place in a "dollar store" everything was a dollar. And next week's special was $1 US and 1 US dime for $1 Canadian.


Mar 20 11:48

Canada Beats the U.S.

Canada avoided a housing crisis, the progenitor of the U.S. banking crisis. It did so by having sounder banking and housing policies. Above all, it had no Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac.

Canada isn’t a free-market paradise. But it beats the U.S. in banking and housing policies.

Mar 19 06:02

Canadian Dollar rises sharply after inflation data

The Canadian dollar rose sharply on Friday after data showed Canada's annual core inflation rate unexpectedly rose in February, increasing pressure on the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates.

The Canadian dollar hit a session high of C$1.0100 or 99.01 U.S. cents, up from about C$1.0168, or 98.35 U.S. cents just before the report.


Wow! And to think the Loonie was at 50 cents US a few years ago. I don't think things are any better here. They're just that much worse in the US!!!!!!!

Mar 14 16:45

Anti-Semitism: silencing the messenger of truth with Canada’s “hate provisions”

William A. Cook recounts how Canadian Zionists, in the form of B’nai B’rith of Canada, cast aspersions on his personal and professional character because he had dared to highlight the genocidal actions of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his successors.

Mar 09 10:58

2010 Vancouver Olympics: The Movie

Mar 09 06:41

Canuck spies grilling Afghan detainees prompts fresh calls for inquiry

The revelation that Canada's spy agency interrogated captured Taliban fighters raises the spectre of a Canadian rendition program in Afghanistan, opposition critics said Monday.

Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff raised the R-word and quickly backtracked, but NDP Leader Jack Layton categorically questioned whether the activities of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service in Afghanistan made it complicit in the torture of battlefield combatants by less trustworthy Afghan authorities.

The Liberals and NDP agreed that a report by The Canadian Press shedding new light on the shadowy activities of CSIS in Afghanistan makes a full public inquiry into the detainee affair all the more imperative.


Mar 06 16:39

Video "Oh Canada" explains how the debt based monetary system rips off Canadians

If you find the video won't start when you click on the start arrow, try sliding the box on the progress bar slightly to the right.

Also available from here: http://www.ohcanadamovie.com/

Mar 04 14:26

U.S. will determine who can board some Canadian flights

QUEBEC — Starting in December, some passengers on Canadian airlines flying to, from or even over the United States without ever landing there, will only be allowed to board the aircraft once the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has determined they are not terrorists.

Mar 02 08:02

BMO reports $657-million profit in for first quarter

Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO) had a $657-million profit in its latest financial quarter as revenue increased by 24 per cent from a year earlier, with its Canadian operations providing much of the lift.

BMO's overall revenue in the three months ended Jan. 31 increased by $583 million from the comparable period a year before, rising to $3.02 billion - in line with analyst estimates.


It's "nice" to know the banks are doing well :-|

Feb 26 08:37

Bad word banned

Apartheid is an ugly word that just shouldn’t be used, Progressive Conservative MPP Peter Shurman said Thursday.

And he got all of Queen’s Park to agree.

Shurman, the member from Thornhill, moved a resolution to condemn the now annual event on Canadian campuses known as Israeli Apartheid Week,

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Right out of George Orwell's "Newspeak"; if the masses don't have a word for it, they won't be able to think it! If the masses are forbidden to call Israel apar5theid, they won't think Israel is apartheid! Isn't dictatorship wonderful?

Feb 25 06:46

The JNF (Jewish National Fund) Tax Fraud

You can pretend that the Canadian political, corporate and media elite who actively promote the Racist JNF to Canadian adults and children aren't aware of the true nature of the JNF, however that won't erase the archived reports of JNF racism and complicity in ethnic cleansing that have been published by major Canadian newspapers, the Canadian Jewish News, the United Jewish Appeal of Toronto and in a domestically and internationally known TV documentary by Canadian Crown Corporation CBC's Fifth Estate in 1991. You can act as if the well documented paper trail of all this which is departmentally stamped and legally filed in the official records of the Canadian Human Rights Commission along with a departmentally stamped and legally filed reply from the Canadian Government proving its full awareness of the Racist JNF Tax Fraud and unintentionally confirming bureaucratic malfeasance on this issue will somehow disappear, but it won't.

(To view article, click on link and then scroll down to Item 4)

Feb 16 21:34

'An attack on Israel would be considered an attack on Canada'

Junior Foreign Affairs minister Peter Kent is suggesting Canada stands ready to throw its full military weight behind Israel, telling a Toronto publication that “an attack on Israel would be considered an attack on Canada.”

Feb 12 07:37

Montreal rights group accused of anti-Israel bias

The Harper government is promising to address criticism that a Montreal-based rights agency is anti-Israeli.

Feb 10 09:04

Civil rights group says racial and religious profiling dogs people at border

A civil liberties coalition says racial and religious profiling has become a fact of life when crossing the Canada-U.S. border.

Feb 10 06:54

U.S. laws present taxation nightmare

Ecotex Healthcare Linen Service Inc. operated in the United State in the mid-1990s, before the weak Canadian dollar drove it back north of the border.