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on December 3, 2018 in Featured World News

NEWS RELEASE December 3, 2018, Kelowna, BC

CAPITALIST’S IDEAS TO HELP CANADIANS “Canadian governments need to better represent Canadian citizens to provide a free market place with low taxes, small government and big opportunities. There are many ways for Canadians to have money freedom and personal freedom but politicians just don’t seem to get that their job is to work for Canadians so that they can pay less and have more.” “Taxes can be reduced to a mere fraction of what they are at the present time. It’s estimated that more than 72% of a persons income is paid to some type of taxes. Politicians always...

CAPITALIST’S IDEAS TO HELP CANADIANS “Canadian governments need to better represent Canadian citizens to provide a free market place with low taxes, small government and big opportunities. There are many ways for Canadians to have money freedom and personal...

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on August 3, 2018 in Featured World News

Tommy Robinson Reveals PTSD Diagnosis to Tucker Carlson, Was Put in Cell Opposite Prison Mosque

Jack Montgomery Tommy Robinson has revealed more details of his wrongful imprisonment to American conservative Tucker Carlson, describing how he was sited opposite the prison mosque and admitting he has been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Introducing Robinson, the Fox host said the United Kingdom had “become a mere shadow of the nation that gave us freedom of speech, freedom of the press a host of other rights that we take for granted but probably should not take for granted” — and that no-one understood this better than his guest. Robinson described to the American how he was moved from...

Jack Montgomery Tommy Robinson has revealed more details of his wrongful imprisonment to American conservative Tucker Carlson, describing how he was sited opposite the prison mosque and admitting he has been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Introducing Robinson, the...

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on July 19, 2018 in World News

Barack Obama: ‘Men Have Been Getting on My Nerves Lately’

by Joshua Caplan Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday told young African leaders in Johannesburg, South Africa, that he would like to see more women enter the political fray because he is growing increasingly frustrated with men. In a speech before 200 students at the African Leadership Academy, former President Obama lamented the frequency of which he sees reports of men behaving in a “violent” and “bullying” manner. “Women in particular, by the way, I want you to get more involved,” Obama told attendees. “Because men have been getting on my nerves lately. Every day I read the newspaper, and I just think,...

by Joshua Caplan Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday told young African leaders in Johannesburg, South Africa, that he would like to see more women enter the political fray because he is growing increasingly frustrated with men. In a speech before 200 students...

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on July 19, 2018 in Featured World News

UK Government Office Knew About Mass Rape Gangs Decade Before Investigating

by Victoria Friedman Britain’s Home Office had received information about Pakistani grooming gangs raping vulnerable white girls more than a decade before it finally commissioned an investigation, a review has found. A review had found that documents relating to an unpublished report which detailed “men who are believed to be responsible for pimping and grooming young people into prostitution” in Rotherham, north east England, was sent to the Home Office in 2002, but the department failed to act on it. The revelations were reported in the Home Office’s internal review entitled: “The Rotherham Independent Review: a review into information passed to...

by Victoria Friedman Britain’s Home Office had received information about Pakistani grooming gangs raping vulnerable white girls more than a decade before it finally commissioned an investigation, a review has found. A review had found that documents relating to...

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on July 18, 2018 in Gun Page

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Brandon police’s use of the term ‘assault rifle’ irks gun enthusiasts Lobbying commissioner rejects complaints against firearms panel member Toronto to deploy 200 police officers to address gun violence More guns being taken from traffickers California: MASSIVE Data Breach and Significant Registration Problems with CA DOJ’s “Assault Weapon” Registration System ‘I can’t be a felon’: Gun owners sue California over faulty weapon registration system Israel to Ease Gun Regulations Legal gun licences surge in Kent over 10 years     COMMENTARY: Seven Ways Your Gun Club can be a Better Community Partner It’s easy for a gun club to...

Brandon police’s use of the term ‘assault rifle’ irks gun enthusiasts Lobbying commissioner rejects complaints against firearms panel member Toronto to deploy 200 police officers to address gun violence More guns being taken from traffickers California: MASSIVE Data Breach...

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on June 11, 2017 in World News

Edmonton area could become Canadian centre for marijuana industry, executive says

by  Gordon Kent, Edmonton Journal The huge production and processing plant Aurora Cannabis is building beside Edmonton International Airport could help make the region a centre for Canada’s marijuana industry, a company official says. Aurora is investing more than $100 million into the 75,000-square-metre Aurora Sky project, which should be in production by the end of the year and completed construction by the time recreational pot is legalized in July 2018, Aurora executive vice-president Cam Battley said Friday. “I think we have the beginnings of what could turn into a cluster, a centre of excellence with respect to cannabis,”...

by  Gordon Kent, Edmonton Journal The huge production and processing plant Aurora Cannabis is building beside Edmonton International Airport could help make the region a centre for Canada’s marijuana industry, a company official says. Aurora is investing more than...

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on June 23, 2016 in World News

Ottawa seeks assurances from Mexico in lifting visa restrictions

Robert Fife and Shawn McCarthy Canada will lift visa restrictions for Mexican travellers effective Dec. 1, providing that President Enrique Pena Nieto offers assurances there won’t be a flood of people from Mexico claiming refugee status. But government insiders say the Trudeau government is prepared to reimpose the restrictions if the number of asylum seekers jumps above a set level. Sources say officials in Citizenship and Immigration opposed the move, warning that Mexico’s low standard of living, poor human-rights record and high crime rates will drive Mexicans to seek refuge in Canada. The officials also expressed concern that asylum...

Robert Fife and Shawn McCarthy Canada will lift visa restrictions for Mexican travellers effective Dec. 1, providing that President Enrique Pena Nieto offers assurances there won’t be a flood of people from Mexico claiming refugee status. But government insiders...

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on May 12, 2016 in World News

Global banks bankroll battle to keep Britain in the EU

Prime Minister David Cameron’s bid to keep Britain in the EU is being funded by global banks to the tune of £1.5 million, in a fight which has been likened by ‘leave’ campaigners to that of David vs Goliath. The official Britain Stronger in Europe (BSE) group, backed by Cameron, has received funds from banks including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Citibank. The campaign has also taken major sums from wealthy businessmen, who previously insisted the UK would be “isolated” if it did not join the euro, the Daily Mail reports. Figures on campaign donations also reveal...

Prime Minister David Cameron’s bid to keep Britain in the EU is being funded by global banks to the tune of £1.5 million, in a fight which has been likened by ‘leave’ campaigners to that of David vs Goliath....

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on August 10, 2013 in World News

PetroChina joins Exxon to dominate Iraqi oil industry

PetroChina joins Exxon to dominate Iraqi oil industry China’s biggest oil producer PetroChina will be developing Iraq’s giant oil field West Qurna with American Exxon Mobil. The deal could make Chinese energy giant the biggest foreign investor in Iraq’s oil industry. China already dominates the oil fields around southern Iraq, Reuters reports. PetroChina was the first foreign company to strike an oil deal in Iraq after US-led forces overthrew Saddam Hussein. It is now developing Iraq’s biggest oilfield Rumaila with BP. The PetroChina-Exxon agreement could be announced in weeks. “PetroChina will participate in developing the field,” Reuters quotes an industry… View Article

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