Monthly Archives: July 2010

National Post and the Bank of Canada

July 2010 Dear Editor, National Post Thursday March 11th. I found a back issue of your publication and it was fascinating to read the various articles published on this day about the Bank of Canada. There was a series about … Continue reading

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What’s going on Mr Cannon?

Dear Minister Cannon, It appears that neither you nor your department have read the PM’s memo. Your Leader has clearly stated that Canadian Sovereignty is soon to be a thing of the past, so why are you using it as … Continue reading

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Is this the Canada we want?

Is this the Canada we want? As I read some of the newspapers, watch the TV and listen to the talk radio stations, from here in Canada and from the USA, I am struck by a common trend:   People … Continue reading

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Watch out BC

With the recent airing of “British Columbia Tax Revolt” by Ed Watson on CPAC, and the re-run of Jack Etkin and Steve Poole’s Face to Face with Gwen Barlee of WCWC on our local Shaw community channel, I have realized … Continue reading

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The reality of Bill C-36

Dear Minister of Health. I am writing to you again concerning Bill C-36, and even the need for it. Increasingly I am hearing of invasions of people’s homes and businesses by Health Canada Inspectors backed by RCMP to close the … Continue reading

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What happened to choice?

What happened to our choices? There is a move afoot in Canada to remove from the public domain the opportunity for us to choose whether we can use natural products for our health or if we must be forced to … Continue reading

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Ignatief why do you support trade deals

Mr.  Ignatief I understand that your party is backing the trade deals with Colombia and the European Union that Harper in his stupidity wants to rush into.  Mr Ignatieff could you please tell me how it will benefit Canada to … Continue reading

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