Tag Archives: Justin Trudeau

A great relief for BC?

So now things are bubbling and boiling so to speak in BC. There has been a fiasco going on under Christy Clark who promised huge royalties and great wealth for BC from the NE Gas exploration, fracking and piping to … Continue reading

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For the last few months I have been kept away from this keyboard by events somewhat beyond my control. Death in the family always takes up energy and time and saps the flow of creative thinking, not that I excel … Continue reading

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Is a new privately owned Canadian Infrastructure Bank treason?

Press release sent out on 12th May 2017 with copies to every MP Canada’s dysfunctional democracy has in it’s parliament. Infrastructure Bank of Canada   There is no doubt in my mind that this bank is not in the best … Continue reading

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Rev Fox writes to Paul Rand and I am moved to respond.

Many of you know that I am not a follower of any religious organization, nor a supporter of any church, but believe completely in the right of anyone to have whatever religious beliefs they wish to have.  However someone sent … Continue reading

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Why Not Canada?

Why not Canada? One of the biggest problems that Canada has developed over the years is the reduction of income to the Canadian treasury. We no longer have a national railroad when we used to have two.  We have no … Continue reading

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Black Clouds over Canada

VERY BLACK CLOUDS ARE REPLACING “SUNNY DAYS”.  This last month we have been presented with our worst fears about the so called “sunny days” government of Canada.  We understood that sunny days and sunny ways meant that we had elected … Continue reading

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Canada’s Fall economic update, or how to follow Alice through the looking glass

Fall economic Update by Minister of Finance for Canada in the Canadian House of Commons 1st November 2016  At approximately 1524 in the update the Minister of Finance announced this, and I quote from Hansard: “Our communities need to keep people … Continue reading

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