• Backlash against Trudeau’s Syrian Refugee Policy after multiple young girls sexually assaulted in Edmonton Water Park | D.C. Clothesline 
    Feb10

    Backlash against Trudeau’s Syrian Refugee Policy after multiple young girls sexually assaulted in Edmonton Water Park | D.C. Clothesline 

    Water park sex attacks on young infidel girls at public pools are rampant in Europe post-invasion. Why wouldn’t Canada take precautionary measures, or do Prime Minister Posted on February 10, 2017 by Pamela Geller Water park sex attacks on young infidel girls at public pools are rampant in Europe post-invasion. Why wouldn’t Canada take precautionary measures, or do Prime Minister Trudeau and his leftwing Islamic apologists believe our...

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    Canada aims to make food labels easier for consumers to understand
    Jan04

    Canada aims to make food labels easier for consumers to understand

    Canada has announced new changes aimed at making the nutrition labels on packaged foods easier for consumers to understand. While many people are commending their efforts, critics feel the new […] by: Isabelle Z. (NaturalNews) Canada has announced new changes aimed at making the nutrition labels on packaged foods easier for consumers to understand. While many people are commending their efforts, critics feel the new measures...

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    Canadian government orders residents to get rid of their old wood-burning stoves or pay thousands of dollars in fines
    Nov27

    Canadian government orders residents to get rid of their old wood-burning stoves or pay thousands of dollars in fines

    Canadian government orders residents to get rid of their old wood-burning stoves or pay thousands of dollars in fines By: Daniel Barker (NaturalNews) In a blatant attack on those who prefer living as self-sufficiently as possible, citizens of Montreal have been ordered to first register their wood-burning stoves, and then ultimately get rid of them within three years, unless they meet rigid air quality standards. The deadline to...

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    Carbon-pricing debate in House turns to concern about families paying bills, a future for our kids
    Oct10

    Carbon-pricing debate in House turns to concern about families paying bills, a future for our kids

    Between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, the pair used the word ‘leadership’ 12 times during Tuesday’s question period. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press). In the midst of offering his assurances, Justin Trudeau slipped, and the t-word passed his lips. But whatever the wordplay, climate change is a morality play. By Aaron Wherry, CBC News In the midst of offering his assurances...

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    “It’s A Travesty” – Nestlé Outbids Another Canadian Town For Control Of Local Water Supply
    Sep26

    “It’s A Travesty” – Nestlé Outbids Another Canadian Town For Control Of Local Water Supply

    Corporate giant Nestlé continued its privatization creep on Thursday as it won approval to take over another Canadian community’s water supply, claiming it needed the well to ensure “future business growth.” by Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge Submitted by Nadia Prupis via TheAntiMedia.org, Corporate giant Nestlé continued its privatization creep on Thursday as it won approval to take over another Canadian community’s water supply, claiming...

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    Look How Fast The Tables Have Turned In Canadian Housing | The Huffington Post 
    Aug16

    Look How Fast The Tables Have Turned In Canadian Housing | The Huffington Post 

    House prices have fallen 5.6 per cent in two months. The Huffington Post Canada  |  By Daniel Tencer Vancouver sees sharpest drop in home sales of any city National average price falls below half-million mark Toronto to take over as real estate hotspot? Many economists are ready to call a peak in Canada’s housing markets after the Canadian Real Estate Association reported Monday that sales fell across the country for the third...

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