Mr. Masterson began his speech to the committee by stating that “Canada’s chemistry industry is the third-largest manufacturing sector in the country and the second-largest rail shipper.” He noted that every day the industry ships 550 railcars – that’s over 4,000 cars a week—and they do that 52 weeks a year. The Canadian rail industry as a whole is a revenue behemoth for the government of Canada and in 2019 had a total operating revenue of over $15 billion dollars.
Touchless borders and a digital ID in Canada in our near future sounds like something out of a dystopian sci-fi thriller – unfortunately, it’s all too real and no one seems to be paying any attention.
As the “I support the thing” crowd chases whatever new narrative the media dangles in front of them, the most pressing issues of our time aren’t being discussed. In an age where much of the global populace has access to information at the touch of a screen, why haven’t people grasped the concept that governments around the world are seeking to make major changes in their day-to-day lives?
Is it time for a new national energy plan? Hasn’t Covid and the current crisis taught us that we need a nationalistic approach to our basic needs?
Diverge Media contributor Gillian Davis writes.
In perhaps what is one of the most asinine claims ever made by a world superpower, Putin’s government is claiming that “denazification” and “demilitarization” is the reason for the invasion of the Ukraine.
The Freedom Convoy in Ottawa is calling for an end to all Covid mandates and restrictions in Canada and that has resonated with people not only in Canada but from all around the world. Trudeau has had to deal with a lot of noise (both figuratively and literally) caused by the convoy in Ottawa these past few weeks – that being from the incessant honking from the truckers camped near the Parliament building.
However, until recently he hadn’t had to deal with any noise from within his own party. Insert the member of Parliament from Louis-Hébert, Quebec.
By: Greg Staley Written On: 2022-01-26 The “Convoy for Freedom” left Delta B.C for Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario on January 23rd. The Convoy Go-Fund me is blunt when it says that our “current government is implementing rules and mandates that are destroying the foundation of our businesses, industries and livelihoods.” The Go-Fund me added that they’reContinue reading “Behind the Convoy uniting Canada – The Freedom Convoy”
Recently, many on social media expressed concern that proof of vaccination will be required to vote in the upcoming provincial election in Ontario.
A concern that arose out of a misinterpreted body of text from the Elections Ontario website.
Karlyn Borysenko is an American psychologist with an MBA and a Ph.D. in psychology, specializing in industrial/organizational psychology. She is also a very popular YouTuber who takes call-ins from audience members on topics that are relevant to the show. Because of this, I was able to ask her opinion on mask mandates and what long-term effects they may have onContinue reading “Psychologist says mask mandates are going to “cause a lot of mental health problems””
Will there be an ambulance available when you call 911? Actions have consequences and in the case of the union that represents the paramedics of Windsor-Essex, the decision to place 18 qualified paramedics on unpaid leave due to their COVID vaccination status has brought on a great deal of concern about their ability to reach residents who call 911 in need of an ambulance.
Just reading the headlines of many articles these days could tell you what ought to be obvious to you – qualified healthcare workers are losing their jobs over the vaccine mandate. It shouldn’t have to be spelt out for Canadians but this is the equivalent of a cut to our healthcare system by our government and it could be very dangerous.