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Jun 29 14:13

The Truth About CNN

Brian Stelter accuses Infowars of stoking “hatred” against Clinton News Network.

Jun 29 13:04

12-Year Old Child Reveals One of the Best Kept Secrets in the World

12-year old exposes the immorality of the global banking system and why sound money is essential to freedom and stopping the spread of misery on this planet.

Shame everybody into watching what this bright girl discovered and we ALL must understand and then demand that this practice be ended where ever this kind of banking fraud is practiced.

Jun 27 15:21

Canada just criminalized using the wrong gender pronouns in latest Orwellian “hate speech” insanity dreamed up by Leftists

In Canada, it is now a crime to use the wrong gender pronouns when speaking to someone that “self-identifies” as the gender opposite to their biological sex. Yes, you read that correctly. No need to go back and double check. Canada has made it a crime to call a boy “a boy” and a girl “a girl” if its not the gender that they feel they are on the inside.

Jun 23 20:55

EU-CETA agreement on verge of COLLAPSE: Spanish party in major U-turn shock

THE European Union’s controversial trade deal with Canada is once again in doubt as a Spanish party votes against the agreement.

Jun 21 16:06

Is The Canadian Real Estate Market Heading Towards Crash?

Canada is a G7 country with a varied economy. As one of the US’ largest trading partners, what happens in the Canadian economy can have consequences for the rest of the world.

Jun 12 09:03

Syria's al-Qaeda affiliate escapes from Canada's terror list

The Syrian branch of al-Qaeda, currently calling itself Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), has succeeded in getting itself off Canada's list of designated terrorist entities following its latest identity shift.

That complicates the task of prosecuting Canadians who travel to join the group, send it money or propagandize on its behalf.

It also illustrates the pitfalls of Canada following the lead of the U.S. in designating terror groups.

Jun 11 08:04

Christian church DESTROYED as Chinese police drag worshippers into street and beat them

Chinese police destroyed a church after dragging worshipers out of the building and beating them in the street.

Violence broke out in Shanggiu in Henan province after 300 police officers and officials demolished the Shuangmiao Christian Church—which was under construction.

Officers dragged out around 40 Christians with one worshiper comparing the brutal scenes to the Japanese invasion of China during the Second World War, according to charity China Aid.

Eight Christians remain in custody following the incident amid a crackdown on churches by the communist regime.

The demolition came as row between the church and government escalated over allegations the church refused to pay a £450 arbitrary road usage fee.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Chinese President Xi Jinping, a word please; events like this, making the Chinese government look like one horrifically nasty, murderous, and intemperate dictatorship, tend to ricochet around the world, through the internet, and there was absolutely nothing you could do to stop it; the "Great Fire Wall" of Chinese censorship couldn't keep these images from coming out.

What in the name of heaven frightened these officials so severely, that they thought such severe violence against these believers, was the Communist State's "only answer" to their beliefs?!?

300 police officers?!?

Sir, the word "overkill comes to mind very rapidly, for logical people here.

Jun 08 07:31

'Total Capitulation to Bully Trump': Canada Defense Spending to Surge by 73%

Canada has laid out plans to boost military spending by a mammoth 73 percent over 20 years, with an expected leap from US$14 billion in 2017 to $24.2 billion by 2027, in order to ensure the country is "strong at home, secure in North America and engaged in the world." Major question marks hover over the proposals.

Jun 05 14:24

Toronto’s Housing Bubble Pops. “The Frenzy is Over – It’s Over”

New listings soar as sales plunge. Prices drop 6% in just one month.

Jun 05 13:31

What the hail is going on in Bruce Mines?

We've seen better cycling weather, that's for sure

Jun 02 11:50

Canada Moves Closer To Banning Raw Milk

May 31 08:16

Document forgery in financial industry more common than you'd think, past employees say

Employees in Canada's financial industry are speaking out about falsifying documents, telling Go Public that potentially criminal acts — like forging and photocopying customer signatures, adding initials to blank documents and using Wite-Out to conceal information — are more common than most people would think.

"It was easily 85 per cent of the back sales team doing it," says a former CIBC financial services representative, who worked in several bank branches and noted that forging signatures on documents occurred at all her workplaces. CBC has agreed to conceal her identity.

May 26 15:24

Quebec Construction Strike Rattles Canada’s Ruling Elite

Quebec’s 175,000 unionized construction workers launched an “unlimited general strike” Wednesday morning, shutting down industrial, commercial, institutional, highway/bridge, and residential construction sites across the province.

May 20 08:27

Faith Goldy: Sharia Fines Come to Canada

Faith Goldy shares the story of John Alabi, a 52-year-old Ontario man issued a sharia ticket for $12,000 by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. His sin? He didn’t take his shoes off in his Muslim tenants’ unit where they prayed while showing the space to potential occupants.

May 17 08:47

MASSIVE BANK RUN In Canada! - Home Capital Group CRASHES & May Receive Bailout!

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the continued developing story regarding Home Capital Group as it crashes and burns following massive losses.

May 17 06:40

Bell Canada hacked: 2m account details swiped by mystery miscreants

Bell Canada said Tuesday 1.9 million customer account details were swiped by hackers – although stressed no payment card numbers or passwords were slurped.

The nation's largest telco said it is working with Canadian police to figure out who was responsible for the disclosure of the customer email addresses, and phone numbers and names of another 1,700 people.

May 14 09:11

China pledges $124 billion for new Silk Road as champion of globalization

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged $124 billion on Sunday for his new Silk Road plan to forge a path of peace, inclusiveness and free trade, and called for the abandonment of old models based on rivalry and diplomatic power games.

Xi used a summit on the initiative, attended by leaders and top officials from around the world, to bolster China's global leadership ambitions as U.S. President Donald Trump promotes "America First" and questions existing global free trade deals.

"We should build an open platform of cooperation and uphold and grow an open world economy," Xi told the opening of the two-day gathering in Beijing.

China has touted what it formally calls the Belt and Road initiative as a new way to boost global development since Xi unveiled the plan in 2013, aiming to expand links between Asia, Africa, Europe and beyond underpinned by billions of dollars in infrastructure investment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Chinese President Xi Jinping has got this absolutely right, and hopefully, President Trump and his advisors will see clear reason to get on board with this, at least to some form of engagement.

In my world, trade trumps war every time.

May 12 17:16

Canada’s housing bubble looks ready to pop

Canada’s banking system will soon be put to the test.

And that’s because the country’s massive housing bubble is starting to unravel.

May 11 08:52

Moodys Slashes Ratings On 6 Canadian Banks, Fears Asset-Quality Deterioration, Soaring Household Debt

Amid Poloz-described "unsustainable prices" in various cities, and just days after the collapse of Canadian mortgage lender Home Capital Group and our discussion of the dire state of Canadian savers (and their record household debt), Moodys has cut the ratings on six of Canada's largest banks because of "ongoing concerns that expanding levels of private-sector debt could weaken asset quality in the future."

As a reminder, even Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz noted that Toronto is out control tonight while answering questions following a speech in Mexico City...

"pretty sure recent gains in Toronto home prices were not sustainable and that the city’s housing market had elements of speculation"

"Financial stability is part of the Bank of Canada’s monetary policy decision making, but the central bank’s primary mission is inflation targeting,... it would be odd to use interest rates to target home prices in just one city."

May 09 15:34

Is Canada The Next Hot Money Victim?

May 05 09:17

Canada's Change To Immigration Rule Aims To Get More Kids To University

"Raising the age of dependents lets more families stay together. This will bring economic and social gains to our country as it enhances our attractiveness as a destination of choice for immigrants and refugees," said Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen in a release.

May 04 14:29

Canada’s Housing Market Bubble Is At The Horizon Of Implosion; What Implications Will It Have For The Canada’s Economy If The Housing Bubble Does Burst

“Eight years of super-low interest rates in the US have succeeded in inflating home prices in many cities way past the peaks of the housing bubble that imploded during the Financial Crisis. A boom-crash-boom movement.

May 03 07:44

Ranks of seniors catch up, pass young people in Canada, census numbers to show

Paul Kershaw loves his 72-year-old mother and his 101-year-old grandmother.

But they represent a growing challenge for the country, and Kershaw, 42, will be counting on younger age groups to protect and support the services that seniors need as Canada bears witness to a historic greying of its population.

The next batch of numbers from the 2016 census, due Wednesday, is expected to show that thanks to aging baby boomers, there are as many seniors in Canada as young people, if not more — the first time in Canadian history that has been the case.

May 02 11:06

Contagion: Home Capital Bank Run Spreads To Another Canadian Mortgage Lender

Predictably, the news of the ongoing bank run once again spooked shareholders, who sent its stock sliding by 10%, and wiping out two-thirds of the company's market cap in under 2 weeks.

May 01 14:57

Black Smoke Pouring from beneath Scotia Plaza in Heart of Toronto's Business District

Loud bangs echoed from beneath the heart of Toronto's business district at King Street West and Bay Street, followed by plumes of black smoke pouring out from underneath Scotia Plaza.

Witnesses at the scene reported screaming as the noise continued for several moments. Toronto police have not yet determined whether there was an explosion beneath the office tower.

Apr 29 17:32

O (n^2) Canada! Code bugs knacker buses, TV, broadband, phone lines

Canadians have had a mildly frustrating week as a pair of IT problems derailed broadband connections, blacked out TVs, cut off phone lines, and halted buses in America's hat.

Nationwide telco provider Shaw said a botched software update was behind an outage that left thousands of customers across the country without home internet, phone, or television service for several hours on Thursday. "A significant number of Shaw customers across Western Canada [were] impacted," said the comms giant, which has more than two million subscribers and employs 15,000 people.

The meltdown, which began early in the afternoon, was fully remedied by about 7PM Mountain time.

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