The radical left and the legacy media lost their collective minds over Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s gender policies, which aim to prevent minors from undergoing irreversible treatments to change their gender. Since Smith unveiled her policies, the legacy media has attempted to mislead Canadians about what the policies actually are.
CTV News clip about how trans activists are protesting Smith’s policies and she explains exactly how the media is trying to mislead Canadians about this important issue.
In 1996, Pfizer tested an antibiotic called Trovan during a meningitis epidemic in Nigeria. Eleven children died. The Washington Post later published an investigation about the trial that began, “By the time word of the little girl's death reached the United States, her name had been replaced by numerals: No. 6587-0069.”
Around the same time, John le Carre wrote a novel called “The Constant Gardner,” about an evil drug company that killed African kids in an unethical trial. Le Carre insisted his book wasn’t based on Trovan. Kinda. His afterword read: “In these dog days when lawyers rule the universe, I have to persist with these disclaimers…”
With the situation being this desperate for such a ‘democratically-challenged’ group of idealogues — but, more importantly, with it being far more desperate for the actual citizens living under the rule of criminal pandemic profiteers, sickening, repeated displays of “post-national” decline, the far-left’s eery abdication on all matters of crime or borders, and rampant unaffordability, with historic housing and healthcare shortages — emotionally regulated, self-respecting adults like you and I expected a low-road approach from the Liberals and their NDP house servants. But this low?
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John Rustad, leader of the B.C. Conservatives, explains why his party is sounding the alarm over the NDP and Premier David Eby's secretive plans to hand over joint decision-making authority of public lands to First Nations under the guise of reconciliation.
Dr. Peterson gives advice on standing up against woke ideology without fear of being canceled. He provides insights on the encroachment of woke ideology, the growth of administrative control in universities, and the consequences of remaining silent. Discover strategies to maintain credibility, preserve valuable educational experiences, and foster open dialogue in the face of ideological challenges. Don't miss this empowering discussion for educators navigating today's complex landscape.
On Friday an arsonist set fire to the Blessed Sacrament Parish Catholic church in Regina, Saskatchewan. The 118-year-old historic church became the 97th church in Canada to be attacked since the false claims of bodies in mass graves at the sites of former Indian Residential Schools began circulating throughout Canada's mainstream media in 2021. Thankfully the church was saved by first responders but the entire attack was caught on video and posted to social media.
The federal government it appears doesn't want anything to do with this story. Despite close to 100 churches being attacked in Canada, the government have refused to open a formal inquiry.
Do you think the response would be the same if 97 mosques or synogogues had been attacked in this way?
To make matters worse, the CBC couldn't bring themselves to even write a story about the latest attack in Saskatchewan over the weekend. Justifying the church burnings seems to be more of a priority for the state-broadcaster.
Dr. John Robson comments on key items from the latest Climate Discussion Nexus weekly "Wednesday Wakeup" newsletter https://climatediscussionnexus.com/ne
Never has that thought been more relevant. Right now, activists are busily working to redefine select words in real time, manipulating meanings to accomplish social and propaganda goals. How they do it and why is the topic of today’s cover story: What’s in a Name?
Speaking with reporters on Parliament Hill, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre comments following the release of Auditor General Karen Hogan’s performance audit report on the ArriveCAN app. The smartphone app was launched by the federal government during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to manage international travel.
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Farmers in Saskatchewan are angry with the federal government for harming their ability to ensure food security.
The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities has issued a stark warning about the detrimental impact of what it terms “ineffective” federal climate policies on the ability of Saskatchewan farmers to lead the world in agricultural production.
For years now, we’ve heard rumblings about COVID-19 vaccine shedding. Unvaccinated women talk of menstrual abnormalities after coming into close contact with vaccinated individuals. Some recently vaccinated mothers report babies experiencing bad reactions after breastfeeding. So what is this phenomenon? Is it real? And if so, what kinds of people are most affected?
In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Pierre Kory, co-founder of the FLCCC Alliance and former Chief of the Critical Care Service at the University of Wisconsin.
He has been researching COVID-19 vaccine shedding and he’s written a nine-part series on his Substack of what he’s uncovered thus far.
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This extensive tunnel network, equipped with sophisticated infrastructure, challenges UNRWA's claims of ignorance. With weapons, ammunition, and critical intelligence tools found within UNRWA's premises, this report questions the neutrality of international organizations in conflict zones.
By: Nolan Albert
For Canadians dissatisfied with the current state of their democracy, replacing FPTP with PR is not the solution. As we have seen, PR produces governments that are unaccountable, unpredictable and inconsistent. And for anyone worried about strategic voting, that is as common under PR as FPTP. We should keep our current system for electing politicians and instead look for ways to improve their scope for independent action. Above all else, MPs must be answerable to the people who elected them.
Nolan Albert is a political science student at the University of Calgary. This is his grand-prize-winning entry to the 1st Annual Patricia Trottier and Gwyn Morgan Student Essay Contest.
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