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Single Use Plastic Banned Overturned By Federal Court

Single Use Plastic Banned Overturned By Federal Court

The Federal Court recently overturned the Federal Government's order to add certain single use plastics to the list of Federally banned toxic substances. What hasn't been reported by the media is that the deciding Federal Court Judge, Angela Fulanetto (appointed to...

Israel Gaza Conflict

Israel Gaza Conflict

The conflict in Israel is very complex and often difficult to understand. Do you think the media coverage is biased towards:

Military Bans Prayers?

Military Bans Prayers?

Recently, military chaplains were informed they could no longer pray at public ceremonies, especially to a God conceived as a “He.” One military chaplain lamented to the press that Canada had “violated” its “covenant with the dead” who fought “for God and country.”...

Carbon Dioxide is a Trace Gas?

Carbon Dioxide is a Trace Gas?

The misplaced idea that carbon dioxide is pollution undergirds the dubious concept of the carbon tax which has been a topic dominating the headlines in Canada for the last week.  The climate change industry holds that rising Co2 is heating the planet and we need to...

Targeted tax cut?

Targeted tax cut?

The federal government is removing its carbon tax on home heating oil- which is the primary source of heating in Atlantic Canada - until after the next election. Coincidentally, the government holds 24 seats of 32 seats in Atlantic Canada. ...

Australia’s Aboriginal Referendum Defeated

Australia’s Aboriginal Referendum Defeated

On Saturday, 14 October 2023, Australians voted in a referendum about whether to change the country’s constitution to recognise the First Peoples of Australia by establishing a body called the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice. The government described it as...

Are Canadians still reluctant to vote for women as political leaders?

Are Canadians still reluctant to vote for women as political leaders?

Earlier this week, the Manitoba Progressive Conservative Party, led by a woman, Heather Stefanson, lost the Provincial election, despite having achieved a strong budget turnaround, a promise to reduce taxes, and a realistic plan to finally remove Manitoba as a "have...

Should we continue with affirmative action?

Should we continue with affirmative action?

Over the last few decades, Canada has made a strong effort to encourage inclusivity through the use of "equity" hiring, where women and visible minorities are given priority, with similar structures being undertaken in universities and professions. The idea is that we...

Should parents be fully informed?

Should parents be fully informed?

This past week saw dozens of protests across Canada by hundreds of thousands of parents, who are concerned that their children are being sexualized at an early stage in elementary and junior schools. Polls show that up to 80% of Canadians are in favour of parental...

Replacing Gas Tax in a Mandated EV World

Replacing Gas Tax in a Mandated EV World

All levels of government in Canada collect around $20 billion in taxes on gasoline and diesel sales per year.  The present government in Ottawa hopes to ban the sale of internal combustion vehicles by 2035.  There are many practical reasons this will not happen but...

Mischief and Protests – Is There a Double Standard?

Mischief and Protests – Is There a Double Standard?

Tamara Lich and Chris Barber are on trial this month for their part in organizing the Freedom Convoy.  Their charges relate primarily to Mischief of over $5000 - defined as "the wilful destruction of property, making it dangerous or useless to others". There was...