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  1. Trudeau’s extremely popular in Saskatchewan...
  2. “ The Trudeau government’s plan to bring in close to one million new immigrants within the next three years should be of serious concern to Canadians. Next year alone, the numbers are expected to reach 310,000 but to that total must be added approximately 900,000 temporary foreign workers and foreign students who will be living in Canada. Since most of the newcomers will be settling in three of our major cities, the pressure on infrastructure and local services will be extreme. Canada’s current immigration policy is based on myths. All of our political parties, most of the news media, big business interests, the banks and land developers favour large-scale immigration and justify this on the grounds that immigration helps our economy, strengthens the labour force and alleviates our aging problem. In fact, only about 15 to 17 per cent of the annual flow consists of immigrants selected because they have skills, education and experience. Because of the pressure to get high numbers, few of these workers are seen or interviewed by visa officers. The selection is done by a paper review. The remainder of the movement is made up of the spouses and children accompanying the workers, family members sponsored by relatives in Canada, immigrants selected by the provinces (who do not have to meet federal selection criteria ), refugees and humanitarian cases. The truth is that the government has lost control of the immigration program by abandoning its traditional role of selecting our immigrants and controlling their numbers. Canadians have been brainwashed into believing we are doomed if we don’t keep immigration levels high. We are also told that our immigration policies are acknowledged to be the envy of the world. These arguments are wrong. There is no evidence that immigration is essential for economic growth. The 1985 MacDonald Royal Commission Report concluded that immigration did not contribute to economic growth and, in fact, caused a decline in per capita income and real wages. In 1989, a two-year study by the Department of Health and Welfare supported the MacDonald report and stated there was no argument for increased population growth and that immigration was not the answer to the aging of the population. In 1991, the Economic Council of Canada reached the same concLesion A more recent study by Prof. Herbert Grubel of Simon Fraser University and economist Patrick Grady found that in the year 2002 alone, the costs in services and benefits received by the 2.5 million immigrants between 1990 and 2002 exceeded the taxes paid by these immigrants by $23 billion. It is not surprising that this study has received little media coverage in Canada. Studies outside of Canada have come to the same conclusion about the economic value of immigration. In Britain, a report by the House of Lords in 2008 warned that the government’s plan to admit 190,000 immigrants per year would achieve little benefit and would seriously affect the availability of housing and the quality of public services. The report also criticized the government for misleading the people by justifying immigration levels when they provided no economic benefit, were not needed to fill labour shortages and did not help the state’s pension fund. Perhaps the most insidious argument still being advanced by government and other advocates of mass immigration is the belief that we need immigration to provide the workers needed to replace our aging population. This argument is obviously flawed if, as in Canada, the immigration movement has a similar age structure as the receiving country; then, immigration does not help the aging problem – indeed it may well exacerbate it. In 2009, a study by the C.D. Howe Institute found that to offset our declining birth rate and maintain the ratio of five taxpayers to support the benefits of one pensioner until 2050, our immigration levels would have to reach 165.4 million. And in that single year, 2050, the annual movement would have to be seven million immigrants. The study recommended that raising the retirement age to 67 would be much more effective. Sadly, we have allowed our political parties to use and exploit immigration for political purposes – with all parties competing for the ethnic vote by calling for increasing numbers. This is a cynical approach, patronizing to immigrants and damaging to the country. It is time for comprehensive reform. James Bissett is former head of Canada’s immigration service (1985-1990). http://ottawacitizen.com/opinion/columnists/bissett-immigration-policy-is-out-of-control-and-needs-an-overhaul
  3. Immigration as Atonement....Equally as relevant to Canada under Trudeau
  4. Be part of the solution. Support Ontario Proud! “ Trudeau Liberals Launch Inquisition Against Ontario Proud While Ignoring Foreign-Funded Groups Trying To Destroy Our Oil Industry The Liberals are only worried about protecting their power, not defending our nation. Ontario Proud – a Canadian funded group that opposes the Liberals – is being subjected to an Inquisition by the Trudeau government. The Liberals are panicking because Ontario Proud was successful at criticizing the Ontario Liberals in the Ontario Provincial Election, and have now set their sights on Trudeau. The group is by all accounts funded only by Canadians, and is presenting a point of view that is against what the Trudeau Liberals want people to hear. As a result, Ontario Proud is being hauled in front of Parliamentary Committees, where the Liberals (and some NDP MPs) are demanding loads of info and subjecting the organization to intense scrutiny. Of course, that same scrutiny isn’t being directed towards groups like Tides, that use foreign money to attempt to destroy the Canadian energy industry. And the contrast here is important. Ontario Proud is a Canadian group funded by Canadians, while Tides and other groups disloyally take foreign money (including from billionaires in the US), and then use that money to poison the minds of Canadians against our energy industry. In many ways, it could be seen as almost treasonous that the Federal government is allowing groups that are trying to destroy a Canadian industry operate in Canada, and that disloyalty is compounded by them using the force and power of government to try and intimidate a Canadian group like Ontario Proud. Again we see that the Trudeau Liberals are only concerned with maintaining their own power, and have zero interest in defending Canada’s national interests.” https://www.spencerfernando.com/2018/12/12/trudeau-liberals-launch-inquisition-against-ontario-proud-while-ignoring-foreign-funded-groups-trying-to-destroy-our-oil-industry/
  5. Good Article In Trudeauland, who makes all the decisions? Paul Wells: The Liberals enjoy many advantages going into the next election. They also have a fundamental problem. https://www.macleans.ca/politics/ottawa/in-trudeauland-who-makes-all-the-decisions/
  6. Jaydee

    Terrorist Attacks

    WAH WAH WAHHHHHHHHH.......Still playing the Canadian legal system with OUR 10 million slush fund.. I didn’t expect it to take this long': Omar Khadr asks for bail changes while awaiting U.S. appeal Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr appeared in an Edmonton courtroom Thursday, seeking changes to bail conditions that would allow him to see his sister and travel freely. Khadr has been on bail since his release in April 2015. He pleaded guilty in October 2010 to five war crimes, including the murder of U.S. special forces soldier Christopher Speer when he was 15, but later said he entered the plea only to escape imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay. Khadr, who is now 32, was back in the Court of Queen’s Bench in Edmonton Thursday to apply for changes to his bail conditions, which were imposed while he appeals the war crime convictions by a U.S. military commission. Justice June Ross reserved her decision until next Friday. https://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/judge-reserves-decision-on-omar-khadr-bail-request-until-next-friday
  7. The usual double standard for the MSM... Donald Trump Surprised Mika Brzezinski Not Banned for ‘Butt Boy’ Comment President Donald Trump expressed his surprise that MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski was not permanently banned from television after describing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as the president’s “butt boy.” “If it was a Conservative that said what ‘crazed’ Mika Brzezinski stated on her show yesterday, using a certain horrible term, that person would be banned permanently from television,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “She will probably be given a pass, despite their terrible ratings.” Brzezinski mocked Pompeo during her MSNBC Morning Joe show with Joe Scarborough’s, describing him as a “wannabe dictator’s butt-boy.” https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/12/13/donald-trump-surprised-mika-brzezinski-not-banned-for-butt-boy-comment/
  8. Jaydee

    Trump 2.0 Continues

    Good part starts around the 4 minute mark.
  9. Yep...you guessed it...Someone’s favourite news source goes off the deep end again !! NYT Writer: Cancel Office Christmas Parties So Women Avoid Harassment It’s the least wonderful time of the year," says New York Times columnist Jennifer Weiner in a recent op-ed. The source of her Scroogey disposition: office Christmas parties (she uses the politically correct term "Holiday" party) because of all the sexual harassment that women face. According to Weiner, the prospect of the "Holiday" party is a difficult one for women due to the difficult task of "choosing clothes that signal that you are polished without being boring, attractive without being provocative, and that you’re looking to be promoted, not propositioned." For women, it’s never easy," she says, adding that men "have it all figured out" when it comes to festive wear. In an appearance on CBS "This Morning" on Monday, Weiner said that she would prefer it if the office "Holiday" party was canceled entirely so that women could have more money in their paycheck instead of having to stress over what to wear. "Why are we having holiday parties at all?" Weiner wondered aloud. "Wouldn't you rather have an extra hundred dollars in your paycheck than have to go be social with the guy with the stale coffee breath whose been looking at your backside every time you go to the copier." Later, Weiner gave some advice on how women can survive the office Christm– excuse me– "Holiday" party, which included a shoutout to Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of attempting sexual assault against her 36 years ago at a pool party. Since the #MeToo movement broke in the fall of 2017, the office "Holiday" party has been the source of much debate. Some offices have resorted to banning all alcohol to avoid any awkwardness. Vox Media did this last year after firing its editorial director over allegations of sexual harassment. In an email to their New York staff, Vox underscored that partygoers will each receive two drink tickets and after that, only non-alcoholic beverages will be served to avoid potential "unprofessional behavior." Email below: Hello all, We invite you and a guest to join us at Vox Media’s holiday party on December 12 at Freehold. Details are in the invite - please click to RSVP by Wednesday, December 6th. A note on alcohol at this event: This year, at the request of many of you, we will ramp up the food and cut down on the drinks. There will be more passed hors d’oeuvres to keep everyone well-fed. And instead of an open bar, each attendee will receive two drink tickets with which they can get alcoholic drinks if they choose. After that only non-alcoholic drinks will be available. We recognize that even though alcohol isn’t always the reason for unprofessional behavior, creating an environment that encourages overconsumption certainly contributes to it. We hope that you all appreciate the spirit of this change and we look forward to celebrating with you! Sincerely, The Experiential Team https://www.dailywire.com/news/39301/nyt-writer-cancel-office-christmas-parties-so-paul-bois
  10. Jaydee

    Trump 2.0 Continues

    A guide for left-wingers to watching Fox News Beware: You may find yourself learning something, or even straying right Ever wonder why Donald Trump hasn’t been impeached yet, given the mountains of evidence against him and all those convictions of his cronies? Maybe you were even surprised that he was elected president. And that the stock market immediately soared. And that manufacturing has come back to the United States. And that U.S. economic growth is again at levels many thought were a thing of the past. Maybe you were also surprised that the Brits voted to exit the European Union, and that the citizens in other European countries are moving in the same direction. And that the Paris climate accord has led to the discord torching Paris streets. Maybe you’re wondering why peak oil never happened, and why you stopped hearing about all those Pacific Islands that were going to be submerged by global warming. If so, don’t blame yourself. Blame the mainstream media, which has misled you and so often left you clueless. But there is a way to recover your understanding of the world, so that current events don’t keep throwing you for a loop. The cure isn’t for everyone. But those who want to be in the know can take the medicine, strictly following instructions. The medicine is called Fox News. If you are a progressive for whom a low dose is required, you must never watch Sean Hannity, certainly not in the first year, before you’ve developed antibodies. He’ll make your head explode. Also on the DO-NOT-WATCH list are Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham. If you do happen to stumble on one of them, the only antidote is switching to Shepard Smith’s 3 p.m. ET show at the earliest opportunity (maybe even TiVo him for use in an emergency). Shep will restore your equilibrium with some of TV’s finest Trump bashing, familiarly in the guise of presenting impartial news, just like they do on other networks. For a fair and balanced Fox experience, start with Martha MacCallum’s 7 p.m. weekday show, The Story. You’ll be hard-pressed to notice any scent of ideology in her thoughtful questioning of brilliant guests, including many of the best legal minds in Democratic circles, such as Harvard University’s Alan Dershowitz and George Washington University’s Jonathan Turley. MacCallum has no rough edges, she’s thoroughly likeable, thoroughly prepared and fearless in asking disarming questions that elicit unscripted answers from her guests. Super-smart and super-nice also describe Shannon Bream in her 11 p.m. show, Fox News @ Night, a mix of hard news and interviews, typically also of top legal minds of both parties. Bream, a lawyer and formerly Fox’s Supreme Court correspondent, is so unbelievably nice, in fact, that her guests and colleagues spontaneously gush, live on-air, at her unbelievable niceness. Other shows that will impress left-leaners include Fox News Sunday, hosted by Chris Wallace, a tough interviewer whose pro-Democrat biases rarely show, and Bret Baier’s weekday 6 p.m. Special Report, which provides straight news and balanced analysis. Unlike hosts on other networks, who can be counted on to downplay or altogether ignore news embarrassing to Democrats, the poker-faced Baier provides no such cover for wrong-doers of either party. Fox News provides opposing perspectives, often articulated by their most accomplished advocates in head-to-head debates, letting you judge for yourself whose arguments best stand up to scrutiny. Satisfyingly, these exchanges, and other interviews involving politics and law, also provide the civics lessons that schools today neglect. Crystal-clear explanations from the likes of passionate civil libertarians like Dershowitz are a treat to imbibe. With so much of the news these days involving complex process issues — the Mueller investigation into Trump’s suspected Russian collusion, the Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearing, the rights of migrants to obtain refugee status — the need to understand the rule of law becomes paramount. By meeting that need, Fox makes its viewers smarter. Because all viewers — Democrats, Republicans and Independents — feel empowered when they “get it,” Fox attracts viewers across the ideological spectrum, with the proportion of Democrat and Independent viewers outnumbering its Republican viewers and the Fox audience sometimes exceeding that of CNN and MSNBC combined. There’s a danger for those on the left who watch Fox, however: They may not stay on the left. According to a study last year in the American Economic Review, watching Fox News as little as an additional 2.5 minutes a week will make someone likelier to vote Republican, while watching MSNBC for that amount of time has negligible effect. The study further found that Fox News has been responsible for an increasing share of the Republican vote: “Our estimates imply increasing effects of FNC (Fox News Channel) on the Republican vote share in presidential elections over time, from 0.46 points in 2000 to 6.34 points in 2008.” That suggests that without Fox News, John Kerry would have obtained more votes than George W. Bush in the 2004 election, and Barack Obama’s 53-46 per cent win over John McCain in 2008 would have looked more like a 60-40 landslide. The existential question for those who lean left then becomes, “Is becoming knowledgeable on the issues worth the risk that I will lose my identification as a progressive?” In this era of identity politics, the answer won’t be obvious. https://business.financialpost.com/opinion/lawrence-solomon-a-guide-for-left-wingers-to-watching-fox-news
  11. We all know Trudeau will use every tax $$ possible against us next November, plus we all know Soros and his billions are waiting in the wings to get Trudeau re-elected..Its time to stop procrastinating and put your $$$ where your mouth is. I donated ......will you? Every $$ counts. Will you help us defeat Trudeau? Ontario Proud is a grassroots group working to defeat Justin Trudeau with a state of the art digital campaign. We're supported by over 400,000 Canadians and continue to grow each week. At Ontario Proud, we use Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to bypass a biased Canadian media and get the word out on Justin Trudeau's failed policies. Our videos and viral memes are seen by millions of Canadians each week. Ontario Proud has emerged as the most popular Facebook page in Canadian politics, with sister pages in British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. We're creating a Canada-wide network to defeat Justin Trudeau in every province. And there is no doubt our approach works. We spend hundreds of thousands of dollars airing ads in Ontario's last election and helped make sure Wynne's Liberals lost official party status. Help us replicate that success at the federal level with a small donation today. As a registered non-profit, you can rest assured that every penny you donate will go toward funding ads against Justin Trudeau as we head into Canada's next election. https://www.ontarioproud.ca/donate
  12. In a nut shell...the values and priorities of the Trudeau Liberal government!
  13. French farmers dump hundreds of tonnes of manure on the streets and spray city building with slurry in day of protest. Revolting French farmers dumped hundreds of tonnes of manure and rotten vegetables on the streets as well as spraying a council water treatment office with slurry in a major day of protest. Members of the French Farmers Union (FNSEA) and the Young Farmers Union (YA) held demonstrations over worsening food prices as well as increases in the cost of fertiliser. Farmers complain that sanctions with Russia over the ongoing Ukrainian crisis has led to collapse in the price of cereal, milk and grain. Video >>>>>> https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2822120/French-farmers-dump-hundreds-tonnes-manure-streets-spray-city-building-slurry-day-protest.html
  14. Talk of Alberta exit is out in the open again. After lying dormant for nearly 40 years, talk of Alberta separatism is again boiling to the surface. On Tuesday, Premier Rachel Notley said she’s well aware of the increasing chatter about giving up on Canada. And she dealt with the question exactly as the first PC premier, Peter Lougheed, did back in the 1980s. “I say to all those folks that we’re right there with them,” Notley said. “We, too, are very, very frustrated. “But even as we’re angry, we roll up our sleeves and get to work finding the solutions. That’s the Alberta ethos I want to make sure we’re all focused on.” It’s the only sensible strategy for a premier — don’t demean separatist feeling, but don’t endorse it either. Meanwhile, dig in and fight for provincial interests. The earlier separatist wave faded after Lougheed won enough battles with Ottawa to show that Alberta could prevail, or at least survive. Victory is far from certain today. And so, there’s rising separatist feeling, tinged with deep anger. Exactly what we saw nearly four decades ago. Exhibit A is W. Brett Wilson, Calgary’s celebrity investor, philanthropist and former Dragon’s Den star. He’s suddenly presenting himself as the poster boy of Alberta alienation. Recently, Wilson tweeted that environmental “traitors” should be hanged. “Bastards, slimy bastards,” Wilson called them. He didn’t do that just once — it was a repeated theme over several tweets. That brought him many rebukes, including one from Vivian Krause, the researcher who has pinpointed U.S. money behind opposition to the oilsands and pipelines. “Hey, I understand your frustration, Brett, but it’s not helpful for us to joke about hanging each other,” Wilson and Krause will share the stage Wednesday night at a Telus Convention Centre event where her subject is “the cause of oil price discounts.” Wilson is putting himself out in front of the alienation surge with radio and other media interviews. “My belief is we’re being pushed out of Confederation,” he told me Tuesday. “I’m not a separatist. I’m a frustrated nationalist who doesn’t believe Confederation as designed is working in our favour. “My first choice is to renegotiate Confederation. My second choice is to leave Confederation. “But I’m not leading that charge. I’m saying, ‘hey guys, I want to renegotiate our place in Canada.’” Wilson says his “current coffee shop polling is running 99 per cent in favour of getting out of Canada.” Hardly scientific, but not entirely wrong. Many Albertans are hearing the same things — or saying them. https://calgaryherald.com/news/politics/braid-talk-of-alberta-exit-is-out-in-the-open-again
  15. Victory in France over Carbon Tax 'Yellow Vest' Victory: Macron Cancels Fuel Tax Hike Entirely In Fear Of More Riots "Will not be included in the 2019 budget" Following the worst anti-government riots in Paris since 2005, French President Emmanuel Macron has now canceled the fuel tax hike entirely. As of yesterday, the plan was to delay it for six months, but that has now been shelved completely in fear that more protests were coming. According to Fox News, an official with the Elysee Palace confirmed with the Associated Press on Wednesday that Macron had abandoned the tax entirely. France's Prime Minister Edouard Philippe confirmed to lawmakers that the tax will not be included in the 2019 budget. The so-called "yellow vest" protesters have still vowed to stage demonstrations alongside trade unions and farmers.Jacline Mouraud, the self-proclaimed spokesperson for the "yellow vests," told The Associated Press that Macron's move "is on the right path but in my opinion it will not fundamentally change the movement."  Mouraud told protesters to seize on Macron's weakness and demand other perks, such as a minimum wage hike. More protests are expected to come on Saturday, reports Fox News. "France's largest farmers' union said it will launch anti-government protests next week after trucking unions called for a rolling strike," reports the outlet. "A joint statement from the CGT and the FO trucking unions called for action Sunday night to protest a cut in overtime rates. France's transportation minister agreed to meet with truckers' representatives on Thursday." The proposed fuel tax was implemented to combat global climate change; protesters, especially those in the suburbs, said it imposed too high a burden and was unaffordable. Some 136,000 people protested in Paris over the weekend. At Tolbiac University, students took over a school building and classes were canceled. "We need taxes, but they are not properly redistributed," protester Thomas Tricottet told BFM television. "We obviously need to fight against this." As noted by the Daily Wire's Emily Zanotti, much of the media ignored the fact that the fuel tax was implemented to combat climate change: In response to the riots, President Trump blasted the Paris Climate agreement, which he pulled the United States out of, for punishing taxpayers. The Paris Agreement is fatally flawed because it raises the price of energy for responsible countries while whitewashing some of the worst polluters," Trump tweeted on Tuesday. "In the world. I want clean air and clean water and have been making great strides in improving America’s environment. But American taxpayers – and American workers – shouldn’t pay to clean up others countries’ pollution." https://www.dailywire.com/news/39072/macron-cancels-fuel-tax-hike-paul-bois 
  16. A tale of two headlines at the CBC Does CBC have a clickbait problem or a stealth editing problem or both? CBC’s Breaking News says that a 2018 report suggests a violent act of terrorism may occur in the near future, and it reads very differently when shared on social media than it does on the actual site. The article focuses on a report by the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, which says that our national terrorism threat level has remained static since 2014. Now it’s at “medium.” This means that an act of terror may occur shortly. With the terror attack on Strasbourg yesterday, Canadians are rightly concerned about a similar occurrence on our own soil. The headline that appears when the article is shared on social media reads: “‘Violent act of terrorism could occur in Canada,’ says latest threat report.” CBC swaps headlines for views But when you arrive at the CBC website, you will see a much more feel-good message: “Government not expecting many more foreign fighters to return to Canada,” with a portion of the original headline demoted to the sub header. CBC Social: CBC Website: So let’s break this down: our national security threat is currently at “medium” according to a brand new report. This is far from good news. But the report also states that this is an unchanged status. Why are there two different headlines? It’s possible that someone at CBC, wanted to write a headline that reflected the facts of the report. And later that same day, someone else from the CBC decided to go in, and change the accurate headline to spin doctor it so that it aligns with the progressive values of the Trudeau government. It’s also possible that CBC wanted a “scarier” headline for social media simply for the clicks. But one thing is clear to me after reading the article, the CBC seems more interested in focusing on the politically correct talking points than communicating the facts to the Canadian people. Stealthediting to control facts and conceal bias Sure, radical extreme terrorism is a problem, but according to the report, the Trudeau government is focused on fighting the real enemies like “male supremacy” and “homophobia” in right wing extremism. It’s an odd talking point considering that Islamic terrorists are not exactly known for their feminism or LGBT advocacy. This mirrors the sickness that currently exists in society where words equate to violence, and violence is acceptable if it fits certain narratives. Clickbaiting is a method to generate traffic by altering the truth of the matter to conjugate that moment a reader clicks a link, fires pixels, and generates ad revenue. In the case of the CBC headline(s) it nearly mirrors reverse clickbaiting, since there is more truth, albeit ominous, in the social media headline than there is in the headline on the official CBC page. Stealth editing is one way that the media controls narratives, manipulates facts, and conceals their own bias. At Real Clear Politics, Kalev Leetaru breaks it down: “In a journalistic age in which stealth editing has emerged from the shadows to become the accepted norm of our papers of record, web archives have become our last line of defense to hold journalism accountable when it attempts to quietly flush its errors down the Orwellian Memory Hole.” No one managed to archive CBC’s headlines yesterday. So I suppose we will never know if CBC was stealth editing or clickbaiting. So why is CBC engaging in such sketchy activities? I can’t say for sure, but I can think of at least 600 million possible reasons. https://www.thepostmillennial.com/a-tale-of-two-headlines-at-the-cbc/
  17. Jaydee

    All About Canada and Trade

    Bombardier loses this contract and their stock goes up ...go figure
  18. Trudeau Government now looking into your credit files??? WTF !!
  19. Jaydee

    Reality 2018

    Plain Enough ?? Vermont man erects giant middle-finger sculpture, flipping off local government https://globalnews.ca/news/4755110/giant-middle-finger-sculpture/
  20. Jaydee

    Shootings and Knifings

    Violent act of terrorism could occur in Canada The number of returning terrorists could pose a threat to national security the CBC reported earlier today. Experts claim the threat level is at a medium level, meaning there could be an attack at any time. Such terrorist incidents have usually been linked with a radical form of Sunni Islam and embraced by extremist groups like Al-Qaida and ISIS. Instead of punishing those who are responsible for treasonous acts, Prime Minister Trudeau has promised to foster returning terrorists in Canada. There have been 190 abroad fighters who have connections with Canada, and there have since been 60 who’ve already arrived. The extremist fighters who returned have come from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq according to the report. It also said it’s possible that all 60 returnees could commit “low-sophistication” terrorist attacks, including knife and vehicle attacks. Although ISIS has been nearly completed defeated, the number of Canadian extremists who fight abroad won’t be subject to much change. In regard to prosecuting the returnees, officials would only say that investigation is ongoing or before the courts. Since 2013, three individuals have been convicted of terrorism travel offences under the Criminal Code and two people are awaiting trial. As of Dec. 11 however, there were no new proceedings in 2018. Disastrous week This news comes a day after yet another terrorist attack in France. this time it was near a Christmas market in Strasbourg and carried out by Cheriff Chekatt who has 27 criminal convictions. Two are dead another is left in a vegetative state, and 13 are wounded. Omar Khadr, a terrorist who was given $10.5 million by the Canadian government, is now demanding a Canadian passport so he can travel to Saudi Arabia. He claims his intention is to perform Hajj, a pilgrimage for Muslims, and to speak to his sister Zyanab Khadr, who has spoken in favour of Al-Qaida. Liberal dilemma While most attacks around the world are related to Islamic extremism, the Liberal government appears to be more concerned about a rise in far right-wing ideology, which the report said includes an anti-government, anti-feminist, and homophobic sentiment. https://www.thepostmillennial.com/violent-act-of-terrorism-could-occur-in-canada/