Category Archives: Canada

July 19, 2017

Chinese state influence advances: Company with Communist Party ties eyes Grouse Mountain (Video)

“There’s a sense of alienation in our own city leaving people wondering Vancouver is essentially becoming a colony for the Chinese 1% to park their money in and inhabit.”

The Chinese takeover of Vancouver continues. Late last week it was reported that local ski hill and tourist destination, Grouse Mountain, will be sold to China Minsheng Investment Group, a company with strong ties to the Chinese government and the Communist party.

With the number of deals involving Chinese state controlled or connected companies buying Canadian businesses, some with national security risks ignored by Justin Trudeau and his cabinet, Canadians should be feeling a little uneasy.

By now, Vancouverites are noticing how quickly our city is changing as hundreds of millions of dollars in mainland Chinese money has been parked in our real estate market.

This creates havoc as wages and economic opportunity in the city aren’t keeping up with the increase in housing and rent prices due to this influx of foreign money.


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July 11, 2017

Canadian landlord fined $12G for not taking shoes off in Muslim tenant’s home

“I have been victimized,” Alabi said. “They are using their religion to victimize me.”

A Canadian landlord who was fined $12,000 for wearing shoes in a Muslim tenant’s home said he felt “humiliated” by the harsh penalty levied by a national human rights tribunal.

In an interview with the Toronto Sun, John Alabi, 52, of Brampton, recounted how he went above and beyond trying to accommodate the Egyptian-born couple who lived in the apartment for two months – just to be slapped with a steep fine for the shoe incident.

“I go beyond all that. I just see everybody as human beings like me. That’s why I took them in,” Alabi told the Toronto Sun in May. “We got along. And then all of a sudden I’m a racist?”

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario ordered Alabi in April to pay the tenants $6,000 each after he failed to take his shoes off in the bedroom were the couple prayed while he was showing the home to potential renters. The couple, who moved into first floor of the home in December 2014, terminated their lease on Feb. 28, 2015.


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July 8, 2017

The Death of Canada. Prepare Yourself Accordingly – Stefan Molyneux (Video)

Question: “On this 150th Canadian anniversary, I asked myself the following question: what is Canada? It may be because I am from Québec, but I am unable to provide an answer. I concluded that Canada is, in essence, legal fiction. It seems to me to be a country that exists on paper, but lacks any truly identifiable culture or people that unmistakably separates it from the rest of the western world. As nationalism is currently gaining strength throughout the world, how will this affect Canada? Will it lead to our country gaining some sort of identity of its own? Or will it lead to a splintering as regional identities take precedence? What will be the result of Canada’s status of ‘first post-national state’ as the world goes through what will most likely be a major geopolitical shake-up in the coming decades?”

July 6, 2017

The Omar Khadr Case: Pay Up Canada and Apologize! – The Saad Truth (Video)

Look at that sweet and innocent Canadian child! I briefly comment on the recent judgment regarding the Khadr case and I read a letter that was sent to Justin Trudeau from a Middle Eastern Canadian immigrant.

Video: Indigenous Activists Go On Tirade After White Reporter Asks Simple Question

A group of female Indigenous demonstrators viciously yelled at a white reporter after she asked if Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was to blame for missing First Nation teenagers.

In a June 29 press conference, a reporter identified by Global News as CBC’s Julie Van Dusen asked family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women if the self-proclaimed feminist prime minister had done more for Indigenous Canadians than his conservative predecessor, Stephen Harper.

“Excuse me?” said Jocelyn Wabano-Iahtail, an advocate for Indigenous rights. “Excuse me, did I just hear you correctly?”

When Van Dusen tried to follow up, Wabano-Iahtail and the group’s elder, Sophie McKeown, shouted over her.

“Stop right now. You do not speak to us that way,” said McKeown.

As Van Dusen continued trying to defend her question, she was met with screams of “stop it” and “we don’t want you here.”

“It’s a simple question and I’m looking for an answer,” replied Van Dusen.

“Step out!” repeated Wabano-Iahtail. “I don’t want to hear from you! You need to stop!”


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July 2, 2017

Rex Murphy: Celebrating ‘diversity’ will only divide us, but celebrating Canada’s unity keeps us strong

Identity politics aligns with diversity, and it is emphatically not our strength. Identity politics is a flight from commonality and unity.

The celebration of Canada’s 150th should be an excellent time to mildly parse a few of our national values, as the current phrase has it. Particularly the elevation of “diversity” as the king and signature of our ways and being.

Justin Trudeau is fond of the aphorism that diversity is our strength. That’s far too much to claim. There are many things, processes or ideas that could equally claim the same predicate. “Education is our strength” could easily be seen as an even stronger motto. For is it not true that a good education seeds the mind for the healthy tolerance that enables diversity in the first place?

A healthy economy being our strength is another very defensible observation. What is more likely to sharpen social and political tensions than a failing economy? For the most current illustration of this obvious point, look at Venezuela, where its collapsed socialist economy pushes the country to the edge of civil war.

Or we could equally say the land is our strength. Its beauty, resources, scope and range of Canadian nature, combined with our sense of communion with the land, counts as something inexpressibly but undeniably special. Even the Liberal party has saluted the land as a patriotic bond. Not to score political points on our anniversary day, but did not the Liberals run a whole election campaign—that of 1972—on the very motto, “The Land is Strong.”


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June 26, 2017

Wild Bill’s ANTI HATE Hate Speech Arrested by Canada Border Police (Video)

This is the speech I was to give in Canada. The cops read the script and ARRESTED ME FOR HATE SPEECH…… and decide if this is hate speech.

June 24, 2017

Montreal: Nurse Mohamed Doudou drugged rape victims with ketamine (Video)

A nurse at the Baby Jesus Hospital in Quebec has been convicted of drugging women with Ketamine and raping them while they were unconscious.

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June 12, 2017

Top doctor says system ‘imploding’

The incoming president of the Canadian Medical Association says Canada’s health-care system is sick and doctors need to develop a plan to cure it.


The incoming president of the Canadian Medical Association says Canada’s health-care system is sick and doctors need to develop a plan to cure it.

Dr. Anne Doig says patients are getting less than optimal care, and she adds that physicians from across the country – who will gather in Saskatoon today for their annual meeting – recognize that changes must be made.

“We all agree that the system is imploding, we all agree that things are more precarious than perhaps Canadians realize,” Doig told The Canadian Press.

“We know that there must be change,” she said. “We’re all running flat out, we’re all just trying to stay ahead of the immediate day-to-day demands.”

The pitch for change at the conference is to start with a presentation from Dr. Robert Ouellet, the current president of the CMA, who has said there’s a critical need to make Canada’s health-care system patient-centred. He will present details from his fact-finding trip to Europe in January, where he met with health groups in England, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands and France.


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June 5, 2017

Prof. Jordan Peterson responds to CBC cultural appropriation fallout

What are the implications for journalists? “The first lesson is they’re going to be hung out to dry by their superiors … And the second is that the radical mob learned that with a relatively moderate level of effort, they can humiliate and take down even journalists that have impeccable reputations and large followings.”

Journalists are already self-censoring in the toxic fallout from the CBC’s cultural appropriation controversy, University of Toronto Prof. Dr. Jordan Peterson says.

Peterson, whose fight against mandatory use of genderless pronouns drew international attention, said the impact of political correctness on free speech and broader society is profound.

“This is why I’ve been warning about the emergence of such ideas at the university,” Peterson told The Toronto Sun.

“Anybody who thinks these ideas are going to stay in the university, believe me, they’re engaging in wishful thinking.”

A number of prominent journalists have been criticized for their recent participation in a debate about cultural appropriation, whether writers using the creations of other cultures are exploring or exploiting them.


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