Wednesday, 19 September 2018 18:51

The grief of a child is very real

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Anthony Bourdain. Kate Spade. We know these names.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 18:51

Predictable presumptions on the feds

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The federal government is easily discussed...

Thursday, 06 September 2018 10:30

Construing admonitions

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THE MELEE IN MALI: Prime Minsiter Justin Trudeau’s contrived, intuitive pipe dream to possibly snag a seat on the dysfunctional U.N. Security Council is shameful! He has sent Canadian troops into the out of control area of Mali.

Thursday, 30 August 2018 08:09

Self-inflicted problems plague federal gov’t

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As the painful, thoughtless, ill conceived refugee crisis plunges deeper and deeper into an expensive black hole that the Liberals cannot in any way rationalize, everyone suffers the consequences.

If there is something about left wingers that is constant and predictable its their irksome, unbridled  assumption that they know what is best for everyone. Their odious, short-sightedness perpetuates a babel of manipulated insults, given with little thought of the consequences.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018 14:30

From sunny ways to bummer days

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I must speculate that while our prime minister is traveling the world and doing town hall meetings across Canada, that he finds that much more to his liking than spending some time in parliament or actually governing our country.

The Trudeau government has once again introduced legislation that will hurt Canadian companies while helping their foreign competitors.
Prime Minister Trudeau’s latest move is not only hurtful to everyone who works in the oil and gas industry, it’s harmful to all the tax-paying companies and workers across Canada that supply parts, supplies and services to Canada’s energy industry. The situation involves Bill C-69, legislation that was tabled by the federal government earlier this year. If passed, the legislation would complicate the process for reviewing energy projects. According to the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA), the legislation would have a devastating impact. If Bill C-69 passes, CEPA notes, “it is difficult to imagine that a new major pipeline could be built in Canada.”
Among many new changes, the legislation would expand the current consultation process with aboriginal communities as well as require “gender based analysis” before a Canadian energy project proceeds.
Keep in mind the mandatory consultation and review process is already extensive. For example, the new Trans Mountain pipeline project in British Columbia took three

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