The correct order of things

John Ibitson, writing in the Globe and Mail, says that "the provinces run this country. The political elites in Ottawa find this intolerable. But that doesn’t make it any less true." He said that "The know-it-alls will sigh with boredom. Once again, those whiny premiers demand that Ottawa shovel more tax dollars to them with … Continue reading The correct order of things

Immigration, again

Sticking with how Canada is similar to Australia, I make no secret of the fact that I favour much increased legal, well-regulated immigration for Canada. I find much that makes good sense in the view of the Century Initiative which aims to grow Canada to 100 million people by the year 2100. Not everyone agrees, … Continue reading Immigration, again

Squaring the pipeline circle

So, two things caught my eye the other day: First, TVA Nouvelles reported that "l’écologiste Steven Guilbeault serait nommé à la tête du Patrimoine canadien" (roughly: environmentalist (anti-pipeline activist) Steven Guilbeault will be appointed Minister of Canadian Heritage) which did happen; and Second, Kelowna Capital News reported that "Two First Nations in B.C.’s Interior that had … Continue reading Squaring the pipeline circle

I’m not a lawyer, but …

"I'm not a lawyer." That's what both Gerald Butts, Prime Minister Trudeau's former principal secretary and Michael Wernick, former Clerk of the Privy Council said to excuse the fact that both tried to obstruct justice for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by applying improper (illegal?) pressure of former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould in an effort to … Continue reading I’m not a lawyer, but …

Just do it

A couple of days ago I suggested that "If the Trudeau regime has half the brains the gods gave to green peppers they will cede, at a below-market value price, 51% of the Trans Mountain Pipeline to a consortium of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan First Nations and then use every legal means available to push that … Continue reading Just do it

Doing things right

There is a very interesting article in the Globe and Mail about a proposed new housing development in Vancouver. The development is interesting on a number of levels, because: "Planners are looking at providing parking for only 10 per cent of the apartments, far below the usual minimum ... [because] ... reducing the amount of … Continue reading Doing things right

Everyone needs to watch this …

This video ~ Over A Barrel ~ is FREE, on Facebook, until 31 October 2019. Vivian Krause has exposed the fact, and I assert that it is a fact, that there is a concerted campaign, supported by the Bloc Québecois, by the Green Party, by Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party and by the NDP that aims to … Continue reading Everyone needs to watch this …