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  1. This is the part I struggle to agree with. In fact, I’d say no, they’re not. There was a day when expertise was earned through decades of study, research and dedication to the craft. When experts spoke, the vast majority listened because faith in our fellow humans was engrained. Today by contrast, there are far too many experts who are anything but; who’ve put in nowhere near enough time and skin in the game to have developed expertise. They pronounce themselves as such and are crafty enough with their words to draw in the easily swayed. In truth, they are no better than a Jim Jones or a Jimmy Swaggart, and people are dying unnecessarily because of it.
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  2. UD I am not trying to pick and choose, but frankly, I find your response highly selective. The alberta triage plan not implemented yet? So what? The need is being discussed. Look to the US. Look around the world. One almost has to put effort into not seeing health care infrastructure crumbling. The 'great unwashed'. What is wrong with you? That is a corrosive inflammation of what I said. Who would not be offended being framed that way? I find your characterisation of the nurses' situation beyond belief. After the stupidity with the harassment at the health care institutions and just how destructive that was to people who were already beaten down, I thought the press coverage was more thorough than you acknowledge. It wasn't just unions doing the talking. It's not just nurses BTW. You might want to check into the retirement curve of the docs in Ontario, for example. There is a curve that's not flattening. It feels like Kellyanne Conway was contagious. Play with this all you like. At the end of the day, there are real people getting sick, and some of them are getting sick because they are following misinformation. Some of them are getting sick at work, trying to save people who could have avoided being there altogether. Vs
    4 points
  3. That's an odd question. Alberta provincial triage statements? CTV news? All of the interviews with burnt out health care workers? I believe you can see for yourself the percentage of cases in hospital and ICU that are vaccinated and not. Vs
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  4. I am surprised that this is a surprise. The analysis has been out for awhile. All of the alphabet groups were on Ottawa's case and Transport Canada asked for this to be addressed months ago. I think it has nothing to do with Huawei. It affects all 5G equipment. Vs
    3 points
  5. They could judge the forum using their free visitor access (viewing only). If they then think the forum is worthy they should have no problem with paying and joining.
    3 points
  6. One can see the level of discussion they can expect from the left wing here. Keep that in mind when you vote. Vote to keep your money from the pigs at the trough sucking up taxpayers money. I said that years ago on this very forum. Few listened.
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  7. Who is being up front. The Liberals who fraudulently promised a modest 10 billion dollar deficit when first elected and turned it into a 30 billion dollar one prior to covid. He is a fraud. He said he would have a clean government and we had the SNC-Lavelin affair. He said he we have to believe when a women says she has been harassed and then we found out that he had done exactly that with a reporter in B.C. who wrote about it in an article at the time that faded into history until it was rediscovered and Trudeau denied it all. Then he ruined the career of the female indigenous M who exposed his corruption. He told us the importance of not being or acting in a racist manner and then we saw the blackface videos and pictures. The man and his supporters are frauds. Why do people still support him? Because either they are frauds, naive fools, or parasites for government money and willing to look the other way, even if they don't like his policies. Even though he was responsible for so much death, health damage and economic damage with the third wave because we had so little vaccine after he foolishly went along with China, the country that had been trying to punish us for the two previous years. Meanwhile, we were behind many others for vaccine because Trudeau had more important things to do like schmoozing third world dictators with taxpayers money to get a feel good UN seat. He is the worst PM ever.
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  8. So vaccines work then, right? Well, I'm thinking Polio and Smallpox vaccines seem to have controlled two serious ailments that were devastating to those who contracted them. BTW ask someone who is recovering from Shingles if they think it may have been worthwhile to have tried immunization. I am not saying the vaccine is guaranteed but one gent I know would give a lot to have been able to turn the clock backward and give it a try.
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  9. I just dropped in courtesy of a moments worth of free WIFI. At this stage of the game you don’t need an advanced degree, you don’t need to be a historian and you don’t need to go anywhere to draw conclusions and predict outcomes. All that’s required is a modicum of common dog and the ability to ask a simple question, “does this make sense?” Examples abound, a labour shortage during a period of high unemployment, firing nurses during a nursing shortage, huge spending in the face of inflationary pressures. Supply line failures, shortages, line ups, hoarding and you also have the requisite “them vs us” mentality which serves as the glue which binds insanity to the masses (on both sides) and provides the backdrop to a self sustaining narrative. That part’s important BTW, keep nurturing it; your journey to Crazy Island depends on it and you are now 1/3 of the way there. Next up is shortages, inflation, lineups, and hoarding I referred to above. After that comes government efforts to fix it. Look to Rome for how that ends. Just take one small pedestrian snippet of everyday life as a for instance…. you need a vaccine passport to go to a restaurant, right? But, as you likely know, restaurant workers don’t need to be vaccinated. The ultimate irony here is that you now have unvaccinated nurses waiting tables in restaurants attended by the very people who got them fired for being unclean. In addition, patrons are likely giving TIPs for the privilege of wrecking their own healthcare system at the very time they need it most. Now, whether it’s right or wrong, good or bad, I leave to your good judgement…. but, I freely admit that left to my own devices, I lack the tactical acumen to conceive and implement any scenario equal to the insanity that currently prevails. Best wishes to all.
    2 points
  10. Like others, I'm kinda impervious to the ads. If their revenues are sufficient funds for you to maintain the site, I'm good with that. Thanks for your efforts!
    2 points
  11. And the Americans are usually the worst culprits; pilots & ATC.
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  12. And while the CBC breaks a story on the Pandora papers, secret offshore tax shelters of citizens like Elvis Stojko and a computer consultant on Vancouver Island, they seem to have missed the bigger story: https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2021/10/03/king-of-jordan-homes-tax-haven-canada-accountant.html https://www.cbc.ca/news/pandora-papers-offshore-tax-avoidance-1.6197303 Still waiting for Morneau or Trudeau’s name to pop up. On the other hand, since it’s an international investigation, the CBC and the rest of the Canadian media taking liberal hush money, won’t be able to hide the details.
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  13. I won my silent bid. The value of the item was given as 'Priceless' but for a modest little sum, myself and 3 of the kids will get a tour of the Toronto Waterfront in the Toronto Harbour Police's zodiac. I think the kids will get a real hoot out of it. That's priceless enough for me.
    2 points
  14. WOW!!! Selfishly speaking I'm so glad that I grew up when I did.
    2 points
  15. Sabrina Maddeaux: Biden's special praise for Australia a rebuke of Trudeau's failed foreign policy Canada suddenly finds itself on the outside looking in Author of the article: Sabrina Maddeaux Publishing date: Sep 22, 2021 • 17 hours ago • 4 minute read • 98 Comments U.S. President Joe Biden and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a session during the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, Britain, on June 11, 2021. PHOTO BY KEVIN LAMARQUE /Reuters The statement was so surprising, at first I thought it’d been misreported. But it was true. On Tuesday, during a meeting with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, U.S. President Joe Biden really did say, “The United States has no closer or more reliable ally than Australia.” Sabrina Maddeaux: Biden's special praise for Australia a rebuke of Trudeau's failed foreign policy | National Post
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  16. Was it ever? Best Countries in the World | U.S. News Best Countries (usnews.com)
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  17. I think the opening line of the above post says it all: "Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole pitches his position on free trade as a stand against the failed policies of the Liberal government."
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  18. A refresher course on how we decide who gets to govern in a minority Parliament Aaron Wherry, Senior Writer Two years ago, we went over the conventions, rules and precedents that underpin Canada’s parliamentary system and who gets to govern in the wake of an election — you can read those pieces here and here. But ahead of another vote, it’s probably time for a refresher. So here’s a pop quiz: For the sake of argument, let’s say that once all the ballots have been counted this week the federal election ends with the following result: Conservatives: 130 seats Liberals: 122 seats NDP: 50 seats Bloc Québécois: 34 seats Greens: 2 seats In this scenario, who gets to be prime minister? The correct answer is, “it depends.” MORE: The federal election might not have a clear winner Monday night — here's why Because that’s how it almost always plays out, it’s easy to think that the “winner” of an election is whoever wins the most seats. In almost all cases, the winner of an election is relatively clear — either because one party has won a majority of seats in the legislature or because one party, even if it hasn’t won a majority, is essentially unchallenged for power. But the real winner of the election is whichever party (or combination of parties) is able to hold the support of a majority of members of the House of Commons. Voters elect MPs, and the government in a parliamentary system is not necessarily the party that won the most seats or the most votes, but the party that can hold the confidence of a majority of those MPs. The other important thing to remember is that the incumbent government remains the government unless or until it resigns or is dismissed by the Governor General — in other words, the incumbent party has the first chance to decide if it wants to try to retain power. In the above scenario, Justin Trudeau could decide that he doesn’t have the support necessary to continue governing, and resign. But he could ask the Governor General to recall Parliament and attempt to win the House’s confidence — i.e. the support of the other parties, like the NDP — for a throne speech, an explicit motion of confidence or other significant legislation. And as long as he could win those votes, he could carry on governing. But if Trudeau lost a key vote in the House, he would be compelled to go to the Governor General and either resign or ask for a new election. And if he asked for a new election relatively quickly after this election — and particularly if he was unable to win even an initial vote of confidence — the Governor General would likely refuse his request and invite Erin O’Toole to form a government. O’Toole could then try his luck with the House and perhaps govern with the support of other parties. A similar sequence of events could theoretically play out even if the Liberals won more seats than the Conservatives. If the Liberals were defeated in the House in relatively short order, the Governor General could invite the second-place Conservatives to try to form government. Canadians could be forgiven for believing that the party with the most seats gets to govern. Even when a party doesn’t win a majority of seats, we often say that they have “won a minority government.” But, as explained above, that all depends. In the current circumstance, we don’t know exactly how things would play out, because not all of the parties have been willing to explain how they would approach post-election scenarios. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, for instance, has steadfastly refused to say what he would do if he had to decide whether to support a Liberal or Conservative government. Of course, all of the above may not come into play after Monday. But it is important to know how the system works, regardless.
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  19. What gets me worked up is the appropriation of messaging and re-purposing of partial data. From the web page link you provided. Have a look at the case numbers distribution. And that is not the whole story, either. As much as you prefer to count the dead, they no longer are in the health care system. It is the living who are seriously ill, the bulk of whom are unvaccinated, that are overtaxing the system, burning out health care workers and primary care providers and causing others to die of treatable illness. What also seems to be lost in this discussion is that the unvaccinated population continues to spread illness and foment variants. By the time we have enough pediatric death counts to satisfy whatever yardstick is needed, we will be behind the curve, as we have been, due to the same cycle of denial, all along. Perhaps someone in the F2F group can explain why they feel it is their right to pass on vaccination, but not society's right to then force them to see that decision through when they get (predictably) sick. This business of showing up in the ER and expecting the public dime to pay for a personal choice is BS, IMO. Vs
    2 points
  20. https://youtu.be/EWL_DSurFRU
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  21. The frauds are out in full force. The warmth is explained by man made global warming: https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-57676695.amp Meanwhile, watch the end of the associated video. The near record cold is due to man-made global warming. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/amp/news/article/coldest-place-on-earth-just-saw-its-second-chilliest-winter-on-record-antarctica Dare to question this? You are a racist. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/climate-solutions/2020/06/29/climate-change-racism/%3foutputType=amp Worried about skyrocketing costs for energy or blackouts? Go to bed little child and help save the world. Maybe we will give you enough tax money to make you look the other way; and get ready to have steak replaced by insects. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.farminguk.com/news/amp/prince-charles-calls-on-public-to-reduce-meat-and-dairy-intake_59119.html https://time.com/5942290/eat-insects-save-planet/
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  22. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alliance_A-1_Argo This is my buddy Greg that owns this now. He's informed me that I am now the mechanic on it!
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  23. https://www.platinumfighters.com/inventory-2/1962-cf-104d-starfighter?fbclid=IwAR0_XNOl5H3HTJT8LVRx8C6mFvISg5dNdXcaO4b6FVk2gyGhsQQWEqRm5HY Imagine how cool it would be to taxi up and park in front of your local flying club with this! A great looking aircraft after 60 years!
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  24. Alberta pipelines are bad but foreign oil is fine? Artificial barriers to Canada’s crude oil trade can have unintended consequences, including higher foreign oil imports In one of the great ironies of modern Canadian life, a country with among the world’s largest oil reserves, both offshore and on the prairies, has imported $488 billion in foreign oil since 1988. Break down that $488 billion and some interesting patterns emerge. Most Canadians probably wouldn’t guess that the province with the most oil imports is also the one whose pundits and politicians are most reflexively opposed to oil extraction and pipelines — Quebec. Quebec has imported over $228 billion in foreign oil since 1988 — far more than any other province. It’s not that most Quebecers necessarily prefer foreign to Canadian oil. A 2020 Ipsos poll from the Montreal Economic Institute showed that 50 per cent of Quebec respondents wanted the province to develop its own oil industry. When asked where they’d prefer to see their oil imported from, 71 per cent said Western Canada. New Brunswick is the next largest importer with nearly $136 billion in foreign purchases between 1988 and 2020. In part, that can be explained by Saudi Arabian crude shipped into the port of Saint John and the Irving Oil refinery there. As to where the foreign oil flowing into Canada came from, it depends on the decade examined. Across all the years for which we could track imports (1988-2020) the biggest suppliers of oil to Canada have been the United States (nearly $95 billion), Norway ($79 billion) and the United Kingdom (nearly $63 billion). Rounding out the top five are Algeria (over $58 billion) and Saudi Arabia (over $44 billion). To focus more recently, if you reduce the analysis to just 2010-2020, the United States is still Canada’s top oil supplier at over $84 billion. In fact, most U.S. oil imports flowed into Canada in that decade, with only roughly $10 billion before 2010. That’s due to a mid-decade change in the U.S. policy that for decades banned most oil exports. Next up at number two is Saudi Arabia, which sent over $26 billion worth of oil to Canada between 2010 and 2020. Algeria was third at over $20 billion, followed by Norway at over $17 billion and Nigeria at over $12 billion. Averaged across the country, in 2016, the last year for which census consumption data are available, each Canadian household in effect imported $1,021 in foreign oil. Separate Quebec out, however, and the average Quebec household in effect imported $1,576 in foreign oil that same year. To put 2010-2020 oil imports in perspective, as Canadians were importing over $26 billion in foreign oil from Saudi Arabia over that decade, they were also buying $4.2 billion worth of coffee from Brazil and Colombia and $17.0 billion in fruits, nuts and vegetables from Mexico. That’s $21.2 billion in total in coffee, fruits, nuts and vegetables from those countries, or roughly $5 billion less than what we spent on oil from Saudi Arabia. A number of factors explain Canada’s the level and pattern of foreign crude oil imports. Eastern and central Canada’s proximity to U.S. oil producers is one factor; the type of oil a refinery processes and ongoing pipeline constraints are others. Given such complexities and the need for open markets and flexibility of supply, it would be a mistake to advocate protectionist measures, which is not what we’re doing. We’re simply providing a reminder that artificial barriers to Canada’s crude oil trade —anti-oil and gas activism and regulations and laws designed to thwart resource development — can have unintended consequences, including higher foreign oil imports, sometimes from unsavoury places. https://financialpost.com/opinion/opinion-alberta-pipelines-are-bad-but-foreign-oil-is-fine?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR16F71I6hStXqLcC3DcpuZ_fIeNloKSqYUbc2vKI54u33YbkxSWa3IKtyQ#Echobox=1633431445
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  25. That is what happens when the left is in charge.
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  26. Don't you love how you are intentionally mislead by the frauds(such as CBC). They tell you how the fossil fuel industry got 18 billion is subsidies last year. Of course, one assumes that this is your money going in grants to them. Then you read the details put forth by the frauds and see that CEWS is in there, something that was given across the board to virtually all businesses. "Thursday's report says that Export Development Canada (EDC) has given the most financial support to fossil fuel companies, accounting for $13.6 billion of the money they received. That sum includes supports for projects like the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project and the Coastal Gas Link pipeline. EDC said in an email it offers financial services like loans, equity and insurance to the oil and gas industry — not subsidies." Folks, ignore the frauds, they are intentionally misleading you. The inevitable result of being foolish enough to believe the frauds: much higher expenses and blackouts.
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  27. Air Canada made me plus a hat as well.
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  28. I remember my Mom quoting my grandfather, a rancher, when he said that these automobiles will never catch on. They scare the horses.
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  29. I find Al Jareera quite informative.
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  30. The article also states what I said, it is part of the continuing conflict between super powers, corporations, and the public. "The EU executive is also facing calls to investigate Russia’s state gas monopoly, Gazprom, after MEPs said they suspected the company of market manipulation. Russia provides 41% of EU gas, but for months Gazprom has refused to increase supply to the spot market, "
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  31. Obtuse..who me ? 25, 50, 75, 100 years ago it would have naturally taken a much longer period of time to validate the results of a medication/vaccine. After a hundred years of accumulated vaccine knowledge and human reactions to them along with the advent of computers, then super computers, I can only surmise the scientific and medical communities now simulate scenarios and validate results in a mere fraction of the time with more accurate results. This vaccine has now been administered more than 6 billion times worldwide. If there was a developing serious problem outside accepted parameters, I’m pretty sure we would have heard. Nothing is perfect or guaranteed in this world. You can have adverse reactions from simple every day over the counter Aspirin., even die from an overdose. ‘As for long term data, wouldn’t that have been applicable to any vaccine introduced into the population? How do we get “data” until it’s administered. You have to start somewhere. As for it being “new technology” , isn’t that a sign of progress? https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/don-t-downplay-mrna-experts-say-new-technology-could-change-the-vaccine-landscape-1.5276488 Personally I would have more concerns about governments covering up problems than the vaccine actually having them. ‘In the end, it’s each to their own decision. A year and a half ago, we were all afraid to pass someone walking down the street. Tonight I went to an arena to watch a grandson try out for rep hockey. I see that as progress and it’s all due to the vaccine. Just my opinion. Regards Jaydee
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  32. More evidence for the “Canadian voter is stupid” file……wasn’t this the point of the election? https://www.recorder.ca/news/politics/election-2021/majority-of-canadians-say-trudeau-should-resign-following-election-believe-country-more-divided-than-ever-poll
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  33. Airline Pilots, Crews Exposed to Increasing Levels of Radiation Longer flights have raised safety concerns for staff Thu Sep 23, 2021. - Bloomberg News By Tara Patel Airlines are exposing their personnel to increasing amounts of radiation as planes fly longer distances, with pilots receiving the highest annual doses, France’s nuclear safety institute warned in a new report. The five-year study by the Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire found that while the number of crew receiving annual exposure above a specific safety limit remains relatively tiny, the proportion doubled between 2016 and 2019. The government agency recommended rotating staff more frequently away from the most-affected routes. Airline crews are more exposed than people on the ground to radiation from cosmic rays, which are blocked by the atmosphere. As carriers connect farther-flung cities and use polar routes to save time and fuel, pilot unions and health experts have begun raising safety concerns about higher radiation exposure. Levels affecting pilots and cabin crew should be closely monitored, and they “should be considered exposed workers,” the report concluded. According to the IRSN, exposure to these cosmic rays is about 150 times more potent at 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) above ground than at sea level, and is two or three times higher at the poles than the equator. Commercial airline flight personnel are the second most vulnerable worker category to radiation exposure after people making nuclear fuel, it said. Steady Increase The IRSN study on airlines was part of an annual report published Wednesday on radiation in the workplace. The institute studied exposure of an average of 22,000 crew members working for unnamed carriers. Their total annual dose rose 38% between 2015 and 2019, and the average individual doses “increased steadily.” Before 2015, most of the 100 employees receiving the highest annual doses were cabin crew, but by 2019 there was an equal split with pilots, who tend to specialize in one type of plane and route. More than three-quarters of the pilots who received an annual dose of more than 5 milliSieverts (mSv) were flying wide-body planes on long-haul routes to North America and Asia, the study found. The most highly exposed flight attendants were also on these types of routes. A measure of 5 mSv represents a quarter of the maximum of 20 per year permitted by France for workers and is a level that the IRSN considers to be significant. High levels of radiation can damage cells and could lead to cancer in later life. The French study found that 96 crew members had exposure of between 5 to 10 mSv in 2019. A CT scan of someone’s head equates to about 2 mSv. The French pilot union is calling for better technology in planes to detect solar flares, which lead to higher radiation, so they can limit the danger by flying at lower altitudes or changing routes.
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  34. As evidenced in this forum and the other “free to fly” thread, the moment you question the MSM narrative about anything you become an outcast. I too have had 2 Pfizer pokes. I am one to never have headaches, but ever since the shots I get fleeting headaches that go away as fast as they come. Other than that I guess I’m lucky. My older son on the other hand was ill for at least a week. No pre existing conditions for either of us. Fact is we now live in an us verses them society whether we like it or not. I blame politicians such as the likes of Trudeau with his constant divide and conquer strategy. Others here will blame Trump. All I know for sure is things have drastically changed in the last 5 - 10 years and In my opinion it’s not about to get better any time soon.
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  35. https://edmontonjournal.com/news/world/huge-hack-reveals-details-of-far-right-websites-internet-provider-and-its-customers/wcm/78a969af-ec27-41c6-849d-240fe30cf821 QAnon, Proud Boys: Huge hack reveals details of far-right websites' internet provider and clients 'Panama Papers of hate groups': Identities, passwords of Epik users released by Anonymous Author of the article:
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  36. And I also suggest you calibrate your altimeter, as you are, attitude wise, cruising well above your highest service ceiling .
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  37. Don't believe the frauds. The last conservative government ended 6 years ago. O'Toole was part of the government that sold out Canada to China for 31 years. that means he was in government 37 years ago. Which is probably before he even joined the military. Ignore the frauds like de-icer and vote out the worst government we have ever had. The coalition of Liberals and NDP.
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  38. The Trudeau record: And then, just after the last election….. To me, it’s not about comparing platforms……look at Trudeau’s record….his platform doesn’t mean a thing when he doesn’t follow through….remember Sunny ways, clear and transparent government (cabinet confidence preventing investigations into SNC and WE charity) promises to balance the budget etc, etc. And just what the hell is the great reset for a post national state? And how will this country absorb 1000+ immigrants a week for the next years with the housing crisis and job market? We are heading into dangerous territory if Trudeau retains power in government.
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  39. https://apnews.com/article/joe-biden-europe-business-health-france-516d7c24943c830823ff1602e4ab604e One stunning afternoon: Setbacks imperil Biden’s reset By JONATHAN LEMIRE and ZEKE MILLER17 minutes ago One stunning afternoon: Setbacks imperil Biden's reset (apnews.com) Biden has proclaimed defeating the pandemic to be the central mission of his presidency. But the United States is now averaging more than 145,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases per day, compared with a low of about 8,500 per day three months ago
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  40. Hmmm. Hard for me to anticipate what you're going to say I was thinking. Funny how you feel you are OK to attribute things to me but it's not OK for me to point it out. Or better yet, I am somehow required to defend that I wasn't thinking what you thought I was thinking.... To my original point. I really don't think any parent would be consoled hearing that their sick or dying child was statistically insignificant in the eyes of another. That was my entire point. The rest is just a tangent. Vs
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  41. Actually, we can thank the 'progressives' for the high prices. Here is a good example: Los Angeles County votes to phase out oil and gas drilling (msn.com) Another oil source lost for good. The progressives shut in the oil permanently and then some of them say that it is all led by the U.S. I suppose it is in a way as this link is an American story. But it is the progressives around the world that are lifting the oil prices. Vote for them if that is OK with you.
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  42. Good Morning Seeker: Well said +1 I am very old school bolt action 303 or lever action 30-30 with iron sights as if you need a semi-auto with a scope you shouldn't be in the bush
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  43. What the heck is "low Carbon Hydrogen"? Hydrogen does not contain ANY Other element. Hydrogen is hydrogen. This has clueless marketing team written all over it
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