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  • slaw wrote: View Post
    Blockade is now up west of Edmonton as well. Big talk so far from Premier All Hat, No Cattle. Let's see if he's as big of a coward as Trudeau, Ford and Horgan.
    And it’s gone. Some good ol’ boys took out the trash. No violence. Problem solved.

    Now its it’s your turn Ontarians and BCers. Get to work.

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    • Should have diversified their energy system to wind and solar.... that can heat cities of millions of people, right?
      Hospitals, farms and homes may not get enough fuel as suppliers have 'no other options' with rail links closed off

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      • https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canad...=mmx&PC=EMMX20

        Since it is starting to effect Quebec, the most equal of Canadians, Trudeau will do something.

        Despite the reasoning behind it, this is a good move, that I hope he follows through, and then continues across the country, until the laws are followed.

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        • https://hungarianspectrum.org/2020/0...-negotiations/

          Remember when England was the one that was going to collapse if it didn't give up all rights and freedoms to become communists.

          The EU just had no idea brexit was going to happen, so couldn't have planned for any circumstance that might have happened if the people voted wrong.

          These people are confused because they believe budgets balance themselves, and then it turns out they don't, and other people's money runs out. Dont fret though, they know austerity is evil. They will borrow borrow borrow, because all countries live forever so every country has unlimited time to pay off debts. For the children.

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          • https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/te...025936838.html
            Teck Resources Ltd. is pulling its application for a controversial new oil-sands mine in Alberta, freeing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from a political predicament.

            The company will write down the Frontier project’s C$1.13 billion ($850 million) carrying value, it said in a statement late Sunday.

            Teck’s decision not to proceed with the mine frees Trudeau from possibly the toughest test yet of his vow to balance developing Canada’s resources with fighting climate change. Rejecting the mine would have sparked widespread anger in Alberta, where the mine would have provided jobs and investment; approving it would have alienated the Liberal prime minister’s environmentalist base.


            but this guys thinks things balance themselves. he does whatever looks like it will seem to be the most virtuous, no one is more virtuous than god king justin, and then everything always works out. that's the way it always worked.

            we might have hired the worng guy. if we needed nothing, and everything to get worse, then trudeau would have been perfect, but actually we need competence. who would have thought.

            this guy is so good at money that it costs us more than things cost to build, to not build them. amazing.

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            • Miekenstien wrote: View Post
              https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/te...025936838.html
              [I]Teck Resources Ltd. is pulling its application for a controversial new oil-sands mine in Alberta, freeing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from a political predicament.

              The company will write down the Frontier project’s C$1.13 billion ($850 million) carrying value, it said in a statement late Sunday.
              Devastating news. Meanwhile Norway is drilling more than ever before and Russia is launching a $157 billion oil project. Guess Quebec and Ontario can buy their oil and gas from them and the USA.

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              • This is thing. If we as a society are going to consume oil then it is most responsible to harvest the resource ourselves until we no longer need it.

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                • Trudeau's logic is similar to those who fool themselves into thinking they're not breaking the law when they purchase stolen goods, rather the thief is the only criminal.

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                  • Apollo wrote: View Post
                    Trudeau's logic is similar to those who fool themselves into thinking they're not breaking the law when they purchase stolen goods, rather the thief is the only criminal.
                    Except it's even worse cause Canada is actually investing in Senegal's oil and gas industry and your CPP contributions are being used to fund coal plants in China.

                    Also, first time today that I and my colleagues are fielding calls from clients worried about political risk in Canada and wondering about new deals (none of them are energy industry clients). We are now a third world country.

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                    • EDMONTON — The Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled that the federal carbon tax is not constitutional.

                      In a 4-1 decision, the court says the legislation that brought in the tax erodes provincial jurisdiction.
                      “The act is a constitutional Trojan horse,” said the portion of the decision written by three of the four majority justices.
                      “Almost every aspect of the provinces’ development and management of their natural resources … would be subject to federal regulation.”
                      Monday’s decision is the first to side with a province against the federal government.

                      Courts in both Saskatchewan and Ontario upheld the federal levy last year.

                      The Supreme Court of Canada is to hear Saskatchewan’s appeal of its court’s decision this spring.
                      https://nationalpost.com/news/canada...carbon-tax/amp

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                      • https://ca.news.yahoo.com/indigenous...112713500.html
                        they have to be terrorists, they have no other options. this "teacher" is giving credits to her students for terrorist activities.

                        Sonia Hill, who identifies as Mohawk from Six Nations of Grand River, sang medicine songs Monday night and supported demonstrators before voluntarily leaving.
                        The 24-year-old, who is a teaching assistant in sociology at McMaster University, said the Six Nations will defend their land indefinitely and she will support them, despite fears of being arrested.
                        "I'm coming back tomorrow ... I'm going to bring my students, make it a part of their credit, their attendance [to] 'check in with me at the blockade.'" Hill and others were protesting Monday night on rail lines on hwy. 6 in Caledonia.
                        GO Transit announced on its website that "As the result of the ongoing police investigation along the tracks between Aldershot GO and Hamilton GO, our trains will not be able to service Niagara Falls GO, St. Catharines GO, Hamilton GO or West Harbour GO stations on Tuesday morning."



                        remember in a democracy if you don't like the laws, terrorism is not only acceptable, but a requirement for education.

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                        • if illegal occupation, and disruption by indians prevents citizens from going to work, shouldn't the indians be able to be sued for damages?

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                          • the main part here is worng. it isn't hypocrisy, it is their world view. socialism is always for other people for a socialist. his stuff is always his, other people's stuff is community property.

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                            • Trudeau was asked 7 times yesterday in QP if he wanted Alberta in Canada. He refused to answer each time. Works for me. Let's roll!

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                              • This just must turn Skippys craw to acid reflux

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