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21 hours ago, Jaydee said:

Drag Queen story hour...indoctrinating starts as young as 9 months

This has already happened in Calgary.

My 9 year old grandchild declared it BORING

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Canada to stop paying Harry and Meghan's security

Canada will soon stop providing security for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the federal government has confirmed.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have been providing assistance to the couple since their arrival in Canada "intermittently since November 2019".

It had not been clear whether Canadians would be paying for their security following their move.

The couple will formally step down as senior royals from 31 March.

They will no longer carry out duties on behalf of the Queen but arrangements will be reviewed after 12 months.


What are Canadians saying?

RCMP has been providing security to the couple at the request of the Metropolitan Police.

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex choosing to re-locate to Canada on a part-time basis presented our government with a unique and unprecedented set of circumstances," said Canada's federal Public Safety Minister Bill Blair in a statement on Thursday.

"The RCMP has been engaged with officials in the UK from the very beginning regarding security considerations. As the duke and duchess are currently recognised as Internationally Protected Persons, Canada has an obligation to provide security assistance on an as needed basis."

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had faced repeated questions over who would be paying to provide security for the prince and his wife Meghan.

"The assistance will cease in the coming weeks, in keeping with their change in status," according to the statement from public safety.

The Canadian government's confirmation was first reported by CBC News.

What are the couple's plans?

Earlier this year Harry and Meghan announced they would be stepping back from royal duties and working to become financially independent.

Details of how this would work were then unveiled, following days of talks with the Queen and other senior royals.

The couple had previously spoken about how they had struggled under the media spotlight.

The couple have been in Canada with their son Archie for much of this year, after briefly returning to the UK in January following an extended six-week Christmas break on Vancouver Island.

When news broke that the couple would be spending part of their time in Canada, one of the main preoccupations was about who would foot the bill, especially if they are spending the bulk of their time as private citizens.

A public opinion poll released in January by the non-profit Angus Reid Institute indicated that 73% of Canadians had no interest in paying any of the costs for security and other expenditures associated with their relocation.

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A natural consequence of immigration sanctuaries and easily anticipated. Very likely there is much more of this madness to come.

How is deliberate noncompliance with federal immigration and firearms regulations not illegal... and if you can ignore laws of that stature, what comes next? 

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1 hour ago, Wolfhunter said:

So you're supposed to slice them first???

or at least peel the spuds.

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For a minute, I thought when Canopy Growth announced it was closing greenhouses in BC, I thought Canadians would be losing their jobs....silly me...


B.C. greenhouse workers suddenly laid off this week by cannabis giant Canopy Growth are already preparing to fly home to their families in Guatemala in the coming days.

The Smith Falls, Ont., firm announced Wednesday that it was closing its facilities in Delta and Aldergrove and would be laying off 500 workers. Many of them are new immigrants from India and workers brought here from Guatemala under the federal Temporary Foreign Worker Program, which lets companies hire foreign workers to fill temporary labour and skill shortages.

A large group just came to work for Canopy in December — many of them women — after taking on huge debts to pay for bus tickets, paperwork and fees charged by recruiting agencies back home, said Cruz and Mendez. They said workers who had been at the greenhouses for years are most worried about the impact of the job losses on those new arrivals.

“Their dreams and hopes of coming here — they went into debt to make sure they could achieve them — now they’re gone,” Mendez said.


A great Canadian success story.

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Little or no responsibilities and no grasp on consequences.   


US students party on spring break despite coronavirus warnings

Crowds of US university students flocked to Florida for their Spring break, defying recommendations from the CDC and federal government over the new coronavirus.

National health officials are advising against gatherings of 10 or more people.

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CEO Uses 'Snowflake Test' to Weed Out Whiny, Unproductive Job Applicants

After releasing a video taking on whiney, complaining students, The Silent Partner Marketing, a boutique firm focused on helping businesses grow, was flooded with resumes --but before potential applicants are hired, they must pass a unique test.

Kyle Reyes, CEO of The Silent Partner Marketing, told the FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney, a “snowflake test” is used to vet job applicants.

A snowflake is somebody who is going to whine and complain and come to the table with nothing but an entitled attitude and an inability to back their perspective,” he said.

According to Reyes, the company has eliminated 60 percent of interviewees through the application process.

“We used it to sort of weed out the people who were inundating us with resumes and didn’t even know what we do for work,” he said.

The test includes questions revolving around a candidate’s stance on America, police, and guns (some were asked to Varney, who passed the test), but Reyes said he’s not concerned about discrimination lawsuits.

“There’s no discrimination here because what this really is, is a glorified personality test. This is something that happens in interviews every single day,” he said.

Edited by Jaydee

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