I’m no expert, but …

Following on from my post of a few hours ago … Let me repeat the first three words, in the title, with emphasis: I’m no expert. I know nothing about viruses and epidemiology and so on … I do know a bit about radios and, especially, about the radio frequency spectrum, but those are not […]

Liberals knew; Liberals lied; Canadians died

John Paul Tasker reported, for CBC News, a couple of months ago, that “A little-known medical unit within Canadian Forces Intelligence Command briefed Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan about the COVID-19 crisis on January 17, 2020, the government confirmed in a document presented to Parliament … [and] … The briefing from the medical intelligence (MEDINT) unit […]

Arrant nonsense

They’re back! The same über-progressive, China appeasing, knee-jerk anti-American members of the Laurentian Elites who advised Prime Minister Trudeau to drop the extradition case against Meng Wanzhou are back with another demand: Canada, ⇐ Allan Rock and Lloyd Axworthy ⇒ say, in an opinion piece in the Globe and Mail, must tear up the Safe […]

A Three Ocean Navy

Over on Army.ca (there’s an identical (in content) Navy.ca, too, if you prefer blue), there’s an interesting new discussion based on a recent article published by the Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC). It raises an important issue for Canadians. Canada is a three ocean country … … and Canada needs a three ocean Navy. […]

Another no brainer

Yesterday national award-winning journalists Stephen Chase and Robert Fife, writing in the Globe and Mail, reported that “Close to 50 Hong Kongers – many of whom took part in the massive demonstrations that began last year as China tightened its grip on the Asian city – are seeking asylum in Canada, citing harassment and brutality […]

It’s time for a change

Please have a quick look at this (less than two minutes long) video … … from the US newsmagazine programme, 60 Minutes. Now, BlueDot is a Canadian company and amongst its clients are the Government of Canada: … so, in addition to the Canadian military reports, which were made in early January, someone in the […]

It’s time to plan the next step

Following on from yesterday, I see an opinion piece in the Globe and Mail by Dr Eric Hoskins, a physician and the former Health Minister of Ontario, who says that “Here’s the COVID-19-related question I am asked most: “When will life get back to normal?” There is no definitive answer, unfortunately. But there are important, […]

A yellow light reopening

Abbas Rana, writing in the Hill Times, says that “With the country deep in the throes of a deadly global pandemic, veteran pollsters are predicting that the next federal election will be a referendum on how Justin Trudeau’s minority government managed COVID-19 and its impact on Canadians after this global crisis is over.” He quotes […]

What took so long?

I see a report by Bryan Passifiume, in the Toronto Sun, in which he, very correctly, credits Blacklock’s Reporter with breaking the story, which says that “Canada Border Services Agency officers are getting new powers to immediately turn back those who cross into Canada illegally.” The order, he says, was put into force by cabinet […]