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Your Pension: Gone with the Wynne

The decision to spend 741 million Canada Pension Plan (CPP) payroll-deducted dollars from hard-working Canadians to purchase industrial wind turbines, risks the pensions of Canadians. The CPP tax was recently increased by the Trudeau liberals, rising to 11.9% in 2019. The industrial wind turbine scheme and the Liberal ‘greed’ Energy Act have been mired in […]

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Dangerous 2018 Budget Based on Greed

Ottawa is in crisis. Canada has been singled out by the Bank for International Settlements as the Country at most risk for a banking crisis. Consumer debt is reaching a new high at almost $2 trillion, (yes trillion not billions). While Trudeau fiddles with tax dollars on embarrassing foreign family vacations, the Canadian economy burns. […]

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A Victory for Religious Protection

Bill C-51 was introduced by the Trudeau Liberals just days before Parliament broke for the summer. It is a crime to unlawfully obstruct, threaten or harm a religious official before, during, or after they perform a religious service. It is also a crime to interrupt or disturb a religious service. The Liberals want to take […]

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Report from Parliament – March 2017

When Trudeau is a Threat to Democracy It is no co-incidence that Trudeau and his party used Federal Budget week to slip in fundamental changes to the rules governing how democracy works in Canada. That, and passing government Motion 103, which seeks to limit free speech in Canada, is not out of character for someone […]

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Report from Parliament – August 2016

At the end of June, Canada was host to a meeting with the Presidents of the United States and Mexico. One does not have to read very much of their “Statement on a North American Climate, Clean Energy, and Environment Partnership” to know this declaration is full of bad news, particularly for rural Canadians. Their […]

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