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(01-17-2020 11:35 AM)NoMoreTO Wrote:  I say municipal becase in Ontario we have the GTA. I would like the GTA to be severed off into an autonomous district / province. They have nothing to do with us good ontarians.

This has to happen across the board. The needs of financial metropolises and the needs of working-class cities and small towns/rural places will never align. It'll be better for everyone to separate and deal with one another as businesses.
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(01-17-2020 02:05 PM)scotian Wrote:  Trudeau is giving 25K to families of the Iranians killed in that airplane that Iran blew up, is this normal?

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/breaki...s-trudeau/

No, It's explicitly against Canadian policy, bad precedent

"All costs related to a death abroad and the repatriation of remains or ashes are the family’s responsibility regardless of the cause of death. Your insurance company may cover the costs directly, or you may have to make the payments and be reimbursed later"

https://travel.gc.ca/assistance/emergenc...ath-abroad

It's another Trudeau-Butts feel good PR move on tomorrow's dime.

Not outraged, I do feel for those lost, just calling it for what it is, Government acting as travel insurance.

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(01-16-2020 12:22 PM)uncledick Wrote:  Pierre is our man, im getting a conservative membership just to vote for him.

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Men living in Toronto haven’t seen their wages increase since 2000, according to new StatCan study
https://www.thestar.com/business/2020/01...tcan-study

Meanwhile cost of living goes up as we add millions every few years to Toronto
A 10% increase in the size of a cohort of entering immigrants is associated with a 0.8% decline in real entry earnings among immigrant men and a 0.3% decline among immigrant women in that cohort.

https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/11f0...56-eng.htm

Statistics Canada estimates that for every 10% increase in the population from immigration, wages in Canada are now reduced by 4% on average (with the greatest impact to more skilled workers, such as workers with post-graduate degrees whose wages are reduced by 7%).

https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/89-0...01-eng.pdf

Toronto welcomes more than 50,000 new immigrants EVERY YEAR, and 51% of their population were born in another country.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/t...-1.4383867

Ontario receives 46% of all immigrants to Canada, or about 140,000 people every year (that's more than the population of Guelph, every year).

https://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/economy/dem...dhiq2.html

These recent immigrants make very little money, they have precarious and low paying employment, and this will further drive down the numbers on wages.

This is just IMMIGRATION (PR/Citizenship), this doesn't even mention the temporary foreign workers or international mobility program workers. Add them up, and it actually doubles our immigration amount. Absurd. Many of them aren't "temporary" and just chose to stay
https://globalnews.ca/news/3993108/tempo...mployment/

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Don't forget the half-million in the country here yearly on student visas, but are actually working en route to PR/citizenship
Quote:Up to 1 in 3 study-visa holders in Canada not in school
https://vancouversun.com/opinion/columni...-in-school

One in three people who entered Canada on student visas do not appear to have been enrolled at educational institutions in the country, Statistics Canada reports.

A recent StatsCan analysis could not find indications that 30.5 per cent of people in the country on post-secondary study permits in 2015 were signed up that year at a Canadian college or university.

The StatsCan study, by Marc Frenette, Yuquian Lu and Winnie Chan, echoes the findings of an internal Immigration Department report that revealed 25 per cent of would-be foreign students in Canada in 2018 were likely not complying with the conditions of their visa or were just not being monitored by school administrators.

The high no-show rate comes as there is a rising trend toward “edu-immigration” to Canada. Many foreign nationals are being encouraged by immigration agents to use Canada’s study permits to gain a relatively easy foothold in the country to find work, through which they can try to obtain permanent resident status.

Canada has a reputation as an unusually open country for international students, especially in the way it allows newcomers to study part-time and hold down an almost unlimited range of jobs. Compared to Britain, the U.S. and Australia, Canada is known for having a poor record of tracking study-visa holders once they’re in the country.

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The number of study-visa holders in Canada has shot up by 73 per cent in four years, to 573,000 in 2018, with the highest concentration in Metro Vancouver.

In addition to articles published by Postmedia on loopholes in Canada’s study-visa program, The Toronto Star reported in November that many would-be international students are routinely fail to pursue their studies, instead looking for work and applying for permanent residency.

Some get caught. Canadian officials revoked 5,502 study visas last year, an almost-four-fold increase from 2016.

The Globe and Mail also reported last month that many trucking companies, primarily in Surrey, are taking large illegal cash payments from foreign students in exchange for truck-driver jobs that might help them qualify for permanent residency. The trucking companies send many of the study-visa holders out on the road with no training, leading to [u][b]deadly accidents.[/u][/b]

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The study concluded that about one in four study-visa holders in Canada eventually gain permanent resident status. But beyond such data, the authors said, “Little is known about international students in Canada.”

Hyman, the immigration lawyer, says there is no doubt many study-permit holders come to Canada essentially to work and not to study.

“Some work full-time in contravention of the terms of their study permit, which limits them to working no more than 20 hours a week when school is in session, plus full-time during scheduled school vacations.” Some, Hyman said, obtain work “off the books for cash.”

Canada's official immigration rate is 300K/year, but add up all the TFWs, student visas, refugees, family reunification, other visa overstays it's a lot larger.

Canada has "officially" gone from 36M in Q3 2016 to 37M in Q3 2018 to 38M in Q4 2019
The shortest period on record for an increase of such magnitude.
By comparison, it took 17 years — from 1867 to 1884 — for Canada to add its first post-Confederation million, growing from 3.46 million to 4.48 million people. Then it took 20 more years to add the next million.
Canada's population didn't hit double-digit millions until 1929.
By the end of the Second World War in 1945, the country was home to just 12 million people.
The Centennial year, 1967, was when the population surpassed 20 million.
In its first 50 years as an independent country, Canada added 4.6 million people. Then 14 million more over the next half-century. And now an additional 18 million people over the past 52 years.

The elites have been wanting Canada to have a 100M population since the 80s (Economic Council of Canada)
https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/canada-needs...-1.1337065
http://www.centuryinitiative.ca/

They want to have more people overall in NA, viewing it currently as low density living space, they want 1B people in the USA, (10x Canada)

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(01-17-2020 08:19 PM)Emancipator Wrote:  
(01-17-2020 02:05 PM)scotian Wrote:  Trudeau is giving 25K to families of the Iranians killed in that airplane that Iran blew up, is this normal?

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/breaki...s-trudeau/

No, It's explicitly against Canadian policy, bad precedent

"All costs related to a death abroad and the repatriation of remains or ashes are the family’s responsibility regardless of the cause of death. Your insurance company may cover the costs directly, or you may have to make the payments and be reimbursed later"

https://travel.gc.ca/assistance/emergenc...ath-abroad

It's another Trudeau-Butts feel good PR move on tomorrow's dime.

Not outraged, I do feel for those lost, just calling it for what it is, Government acting as travel insurance.

What a Joke. If Trudeau could do his job instead of just acting and doing facial hair costume changes it would be different.

He should be getting IRAN to give $25k to each family as some sort of diplomatic compromise.

Not only is it a pussy move, but its just another slap in the face to Canadian Veterans. Canada hands out free checks to citizens killed in military events, but punches down on veterans injured or killed actually carrying out orders of the government and says its "too expensive"

Canada has gone from a country who's enemies were terrified of its soldiers because they were ruthless animals to one of panty wearing leaders who cuck their own troops in the span of 100 years.

Canada is definitely the Globalist lab experiment of the world. They know everyone will bend over for whatever the new plan is, and crank it up to levels they wouldn't try in Europe because they have have family/ancestors living there.

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Pierre P says Gay Marriage is a success.

They have won when the conservatives are gay.

French Article - Pierre P approves of Gay Marriage

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Quebec Man Charged In Connection To Online Threats Against Justin Trudeau, Muslims

He was charged with public incitement of hatred and wilful promotion of hatred.

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MONTREAL — The RCMP says a Quebec man has been charged in connection to alleged online threats made against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Muslim community.

Andre Audet, 62, appeared at a courthouse in Longueuil, Que., on Jan. 9 in connection with two charges — public incitement of hatred and wilful promotion of hatred.

Charges filed at the courthouse say both alleged crimes occurred between Jan. 1 and Oct. 22, 2019 — the day after last year’s federal election.

The RCMP says in an emailed statement that the investigation was carried out by its Integrated National Security Enforcement Team.

Given a rise in online threats, the RCMP says it has focused resources on online surveillance and investigators are now better able to identify and deal with threats made on the web.

Spokesperson Cpl. Melanie Cappiello-Stebenne says in an email that the force takes all threats seriously and violent comments are not tolerated.

“Individuals who write such comments are liable to severe penalties,” Cappiello-Stebenne wrote. “Although the individuals being investigated may not have been in direct contact with the persons or groups they targeted, their comments are just as worrisome and could lead to acts of violence.”

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(01-18-2020 12:02 PM)911 Wrote:  The RCMP ... Integrated National Security Enforcement Team.

Thank goodness those returning ISIS lads "...can be rehabilitated into “powerful” voices against radicalism within Canada"*, thus freeing up valuable INSET resources to go after the real threat(s).

*actual quote from Prime Minister Dipshit.

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Canada requires unchecked immigration because we can't afford the upcoming boomer bomb when they grow old and will explode the healthcare system. Raj and Tao are coming to Canada to subsidize all the boomers while also surprising wages as they bottle neck entry and junior positions or start their own business and pay their own staff rock bottom wages.

As far as Toronto goes, you require about 80k to be able to afford a one bedroom apartment in the central city. Average income is like 40k here which makss it a big stretch. It's nearly equal to Vancouver where you can be just as broke but at least have nature and good weather.
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Why don't Canadians oppose the mass migration? Almost every western country facing mass migration has one political party opposing it or at least a fledgling grassroots movement. Canada doesn't seem to have either. Are they really okay with becoming a minority in their lifetime?
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^We had the PPC during the last federal election, they didn’t win a single seat. Canada hasn’t been negatively impacted by immigration to the extent that places like Europe and the US has, we’re a few years behind.

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^^ Canada doesn't have the identity of a European nation. We are a mishmash of europeans and there is no real coherent culture at this point. Not enough shared history. Most people showed up post WW2.

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We're way ahead in terms of sheer numbers actually, but we haven't had nearly the same level of issues as in Europe and the US in terms of immigrants destroying the social fabric, in part because there is more screening with the point system.

For instance there are 200,000 Pakistanis in Canada, but no grooming gangs like in England. The north Africans and West Indies immigrants tend to be of a better quality than those in Europe. When you look at the backgrounds of the 60 Iranian immigrants killed on Air Ukraine, you see mostly professionals and college grads. Same with the Arabs killed at the Quebec City shooting a few years ago: college professor, IT guys, small business owners etc.

There is still a massive overreprentation of some immigrant groups in the metropolitan prison system (mostly Haitians in Montreal jails, and second generation Afro-Caribbean from single mother households in Ontario, and increasingly, Latinos) but the overall violent crime rates are still much lower than in the US.

The problem though is that the country is losing its cultural heritage with the massive immigrant flow, and the wages stagnating. There is the same phenomenon you have in places like LA or Miami, with immigrant blocks so large that they no longer feel pressured to assimilate, mostly with Asian immigrants in Toronto and Vancouver.

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911, re: the Canadian immigration point system, I always like to enliven the discussion by asking how our system benefits 3rd world countries by draining them of their best and brightest.

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The "Canadian Multiculturalism" experiment is pretty bloody close to actually working the way it's supposed to. If it weren't for what's happening everywhere else - the obvious malicious intent that you can see in the US and Europe - I'd be tempted to defend it. Lot of good Indian kids here with pro-veteran plates, for instance; lots of civilized Africans raising families in two-parent households. Lots of hard working Filipinos. Lots of interracial marriages that are working out fairly well.

I wish there weren't such evil behind all of it.

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(01-20-2020 12:51 PM)Aurini Wrote:  The "Canadian Multiculturalism" experiment is pretty bloody close to actually working the way it's supposed to. If it weren't for what's happening everywhere else - the obvious malicious intent that you can see in the US and Europe - I'd be tempted to defend it. Lot of good Indian kids here with pro-veteran plates, for instance; lots of civilized Africans raising families in two-parent households. Lots of hard working Filipinos. Lots of interracial marriages that are working out fairly well.

I wish there weren't such evil behind all of it.

Its because it did work well, and if the intention was ill, then it certainly explains the additional 150,000 'immigrants' that need not adhere to the point system. The word refugee now means 'shithole citizen' so pretty much any country can now come here and be welcomed.

And most Canadians do oppose high immigration. During the election polls were consistent that between 65% and 80% of Canadians opposed higher immigration, and almost all agreed that less than 200,000 was a better number.

But I fear that democracy in Canada has already left us. Our politicians are about the most self serving in the world. Most just hide out in their wilderness ridings, collect paychecks, wine and dine industry leaders/ NGO environmentalists, and take their families on government paid for trips to Ottawa.
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The announcements by both Rona Ambrose and Pierre Polliviere that they will not be running pretty much confirms Gay for McKay.

It's clear as day this was the deal for the Canadian Alliance-Progressive Conservative merger between Harper and McKay, hence McKay resigning prior to 2015 and Scheer taking the warmseat.

If Harper's still playing the board behind the scenes that brings a slimmer of hope that even a McKay run government would still implement some good conservative policies.

Very DNC style politics, Clinton style "Because it's her turn"

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Ottawa - coffee shop chain removes chairs and tables because the strength of diversity forced them to do so.

How wonderful enrichment is - you don't need chairs and require a coffee shop to sit down and have a good time - you have diversity.





https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/tables-and-cha...-1.4750934

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The article doesn't go into who did the activities that forced the chain to eliminate tables - it was the new Canadians that will wonderfully change the old-Canadian created Canada into an utopian wonderland.
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Will this rock the apple cart in Canada or are they too far gone?
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This guy Guilbeault is a hardcore environmental activist, I can see people like him pulling a media outlet license if their views don't jibe with his radical green-red orthodoxy...

On another note, it looks like we'll be the last country acting on controlling the Corona pandemic, after Australia, the US, Italy and other countries have taken measures to stop and quarantine visitors from China, I can imagine Trudeau and his Current Year cabinet worrying about racism, instead of trying to save lives. Ironically, the largest proportion of victims from their criminal ideological laxism will be in the Chinese-Canadian community.

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It's infuriating that a small group of marxists and foreign funded special interests groups are allowed to cause such ruckus across the country and all levels of government are either complicit or spineless to deal with them.

Just within the last 7 days I've got caught up in traffic blockades three different times, at three different sites.

Heavy white guilt filled champagne socialists using environmentalism and identity politics as masks.

In regards to Coastal Gaslink, we have first nations directly dealing with the company IN SUPPORT as it brings $$$ and jobs to their nations, in addition to the economic betterment of the country, against a handful of (apparently illegitimate) Hereditary Chiefs backed by self-hating white liberals with foreign money.
The same group of hereditary chiefs that kicks out any pro-pipeline hereditary members (3)

And for some reason groups out east (NOT AFFECTED) blocking Via Rail and CN for a week.

I do admit it was funny to watch Deputy Prime Hobbit struggle her way through people blocking her path.

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I was disappointed to see that Christie Blatchford passed away; one of a dwindling handful of actual honest news reporters in Canada. Lots of detailed coverage of the Admiral Norman affair, the Jian Ghomeshi business and I don't know of anyone who did more to cover the Caledonia fiasco.

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(02-13-2020 03:56 PM)Emancipator Wrote:  It's infuriating that a small group of marxists and foreign funded special interests groups are allowed to cause such ruckus across the country and all levels of government are either complicit or spineless to deal with them.

Just within the last 7 days I've got caught up in traffic blockades three different times, at three different sites.

Heavy white guilt filled champagne socialists using environmentalism and identity politics as masks.

In regards to Coastal Gaslink, we have first nations directly dealing with the company IN SUPPORT as it brings $$$ and jobs to their nations, in addition to the economic betterment of the country, against a handful of (apparently illegitimate) Hereditary Chiefs backed by self-hating white liberals with foreign money.
The same group of hereditary chiefs that kicks out any pro-pipeline hereditary members (3)

And for some reason groups out east (NOT AFFECTED) blocking Via Rail and CN for a week.

I do admit it was funny to watch Deputy Prime Hobbit struggle her way through people blocking her path.

Who is behind this? George Soros? A pipeline seems pretty low on the list of things that Canadian Indians have to complain about. Usually its racism, clearcutting, residental schools, poisoned water etc.

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(02-13-2020 03:56 PM)Emancipator Wrote:  It's infuriating that a small group of marxists and foreign funded special interests groups are allowed to cause such ruckus across the country and all levels of government are either complicit or spineless to deal with them.

Just within the last 7 days I've got caught up in traffic blockades three different times, at three different sites.

Heavy white guilt filled champagne socialists using environmentalism and identity politics as masks.

In regards to Coastal Gaslink, we have first nations directly dealing with the company IN SUPPORT as it brings $$$ and jobs to their nations, in addition to the economic betterment of the country, against a handful of (apparently illegitimate) Hereditary Chiefs backed by self-hating white liberals with foreign money.
The same group of hereditary chiefs that kicks out any pro-pipeline hereditary members (3)

And for some reason groups out east (NOT AFFECTED) blocking Via Rail and CN for a week.

I do admit it was funny to watch Deputy Prime Hobbit struggle her way through people blocking her path.

Who is behind this? George Soros? A pipeline seems pretty low on the list of things that Canadian Indians have to complain about. Usually its racism, clearcutting, residental schools, poisoned water etc.

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