Trudeau Liberals ignite talks of an election — with a campaign starting as soon as Wednesday

What is going on with the WE Charity scandal?

Who is keeping on this to make sure it doesn’t get forgotten?

Is there still a possibility of an election — the answer is yes.

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“Bankrupt Canada?” — Pierre Poilievre: “How far to the cliff’s edge?”

Pierre Poilievre: “In the early 1990s, this country literally ran out of money when finance officials went to lending markets and could not find a single solitary person on Earth willing to lend a dollar to the Government of Canada for fear that it could not pay the money back.”

The Canadian governments interim order – foreign vaccines to be tested in Canada?

“I have concerns — the Government of Canada has quietly allowed something that on its face is benign, but in reality is anything but. They have granted the ability for foreign regulators to be able to export their COVID drugs and vaccines into Canada for phase two and three trial testing on Canadians. Phase two and three trials can contain anywhere from a couple hundred, to three thousand people,” Greg Staley writes.

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Electric vehicles pose a big threat to the environment

Diverge writer, Greg Staley, lays out what should be the obvious issues with electric cars — lithium mine, the pollution caused by the mines and wildlife impacts.

He even points out the top country for lithium production is Australia — but it’s the Chinese who are mining for it.

STALEY: Operation Lockstep — hypothetical scenario or reality? (Part 1 of 4)

Rockefeller — A mere mention of the name and the accusations of tin foil hat conspiracists are sure to follow shortly thereafter — but is there something to the conspiracies? —
Greg Staley argues.

STALEY: Full steam ahead! — how Trudeau is bankrupting Canada

Greg Staley writes:
“This country needs less government intervention to obtain any sort of real recovery — not more of it.”

And;

“The Prime Minister has made it clear from his throne speech that he has every intention of increasing spending — not reducing it.”

Where’d the Flu go? — 2020 the year influenza almost disappeared

COVID-19 — It’s so big and bad it made the influenza numbers drop to their lowest in almost a decade! Yes, you heard that right — influenza reports show that we have the lowest numbers that have been seen in the past nine seasons.

We have rights – time to exercise them

Staley: “So if I’m understanding this correctly, everything they’re telling us is “mandatory” and “law” is still subject to the Canadian Bill of Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?”

STALEY: Hard times come to Canada as debt grows to $873 billion

If you spent $1,000,000 per day paying back Canada’s current deficit it would take 3,787 years to pay it all back.

Canada’s debt currently sits around $1.194 trillion dollars.

Diverge columnist, Greg Staley writes.