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  • 'There will be no occupation in Victoria': B.C. premier calls on convoy protesters to redirect efforts

    03/12/2022 5:06:39 AM PST · by Kriggerel · 8 replies
    CTV News Vancouver Island ^ | March 11, 2022 | Adam Chan
    ...On Friday, Horgan said he hoped any potential protesters coming to Victoria would instead redirect their efforts to "positive outcomes." "I would just say to those people, goodness me, get a hobby," said Horgan. "Find something else to do with your time." "Ninety-four per cent of adults in British Columbia are vaccinated, so we are spending an awful lot of time with a small group of people who seem to have nothing better to do with their time besides drive around in circles honking their horns," he said.
  • Freedom convoy organizer James Bauder announces plans for large convoy to Victoria to fight vaccine mandates

    03/07/2022 4:35:35 AM PST · by Kriggerel · 7 replies
    The Georgia Straight ^ | March 06, 2022 | Charlie Smith
    Victoria residents might want to prepare for a lot of trucks coming to their city on March 14 to protest vaccine mandates. "We're going to be occupying that area for two to three months," organizer James Bauder said on Rumble from Mattawa, Ontario. "This is a very intense, deeply rooted NDP-Liberal stronghold down there. And they've had their way for too long." He expects 500 to 1,000 vehicles will travel from Surrey to Victoria for what he's dubbed "Bearhug B.C." and "Bearhug II".
  • Violent overnight attack at Coastal GasLink site leaves workers shaken, millions in damage

    02/18/2022 9:28:46 AM PST · by artichokegrower · 38 replies
    Vancouver Sun ^ | February 17, 2022 | Cheryl Chan
    Violence has erupted at a Coastal GasLink pipeline work site in Northern B.C., leaving workers shaken and millions of dollars in damage.
  • Police respond to acts of violence on the Marten Forest Service Road near Houston (British Columbia)

    02/17/2022 5:04:25 PM PST · by ameribbean expat · 14 replies
    Houston RCMP is presently investigating an incident where individuals allegedly engaged in a violent confrontation with employees of Coastal GasLink, and with attending police officers along the Morice River Forest Service Road near Houston, BC. On Thursday, February 17, 2022, shortly after midnight, Houston RCMP was called to the Marten Forest Service Road (FSR) after Coastal Gas Link (CGL) security reported acts of violence at their work site. It was reported approximately 20 people, some armed with axes, were attacking security guards and smashing their vehicle windows. It was initially reported that some CGL employees were trapped, but all had...
  • Record-Breaking 58-Foot Rogue Wave Detected Off Vancouver Island

    02/15/2022 7:52:07 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 18 replies
    Gizmodo ^ | ByGeorge Dvorsky
    A 58-foot-tall wall of water that appeared off Vancouver Island in 2020 is among the largest rogue waves ever recorded, and it’s the very largest in terms of its proportion to surrounding waves, according to scientists. New research in Scientific Reports describes the gigantic wave, which appeared off the coast of Ucluelet, British Columbia, on November 17, 2020. The rogue wave reached 58 feet tall (17.6 meters)—a height equal to a four-story building. Despite names like “freak waves” and “killer waves,” these swells are normal oceanic phenomena, though their cause remains poorly understood. They’re likely churned into existence by a...
  • B.C. man ordered not to discuss or share social media posts about COVID-19 vaccine with 11-year-old son

    02/10/2022 10:26:23 AM PST · by jerod · 22 replies
    CBC news ^ | Feb 10, 2022 | Jason Proctor
    A B.C. provincial court judge has ordered a father not to talk with his 11-year-old son about COVID-19 vaccination or to share any social media or other information about the vaccine and the disease with his child. In a decision released this week, Kelowna provincial court Judge Cathaline Heinrichs sided with a mother who wanted to have her son vaccinated over the objections of her ex-husband. B.C. judge orders vaccinations for 2 boys over their mother's objections Heinrichs followed the lead of other provincial court judges across the country in concluding that getting the vaccine is in the child's best...
  • Not One Corpse Has Been Found In The ‘Mass Grave’ Of Indigenous Children In Canada

    01/19/2022 11:03:10 PM PST · by ProfessorGoldiloxx · 25 replies
    The Federalist ^ | January 19, 2022 | John Daniel Davidson
    "The whole story, it seems, was concocted to stir up hatred against Christians and stoke outrage. It succeeded. Remember last summer when a mass grave containing the remains of hundreds of children was found on the grounds of a former government boarding school for indigenous children in British Columbia, Canada? In the seven months since this shocking news broke, not one body has been found, and not a single shovel-full of dirt has been excavated from the site in question. Contrary to the worldwide media coverage last summer, nothing, in fact, has been “discovered” on the grounds of the Kamloops...
  • A Savage Bigfoot Clan Hunted in BC Canada

    01/09/2022 9:15:03 PM PST · by Fai Mao · 19 replies
    Dixie Cryptid ^ | 1-9-2022 | Cameron Buckner
    The last story is is the money piece in this one. It is very long and absolutely frightening, But it sort of fits with David Paulides 411 stuff.
  • Prepare for Right-Wing U.S. Dictatorship Before 2030, Scholar Urges Canada

    01/02/2022 3:54:14 PM PST · by Levy78 · 96 replies
    Newseek ^ | 1/1/21 | DARRAGH ROCHE
    ACanadian political scientist has urged his country's government to prepare for the possibility of the United States becoming a right-wing dictatorship before 2030. In an op-ed published in The Globe and Mail on Friday, Thomas Homer-Dixon, an executive director of the Cascade Institute at Royal Roads University in British Columbia, warned his country had to prepare for the worst-case scenario. "By 2025, American democracy could collapse, causing extreme domestic political instability, including widespread civil violence," Homer-Dixon wrote. "By 2030, if not sooner, the country could be governed by a right-wing dictatorship. We mustn't dismiss these possibilities just because they seem...
  • Canada Puts Millions More Dollars into “Voluntary” Covid-19 Quarantine Camps

    12/08/2021 2:17:29 PM PST · by ransomnote · 18 replies
    dailyexpose.uk ^ | 12/8/2021 | CAPTAINDARETOFLY
    ransomnote: I believe America's Covid camps are called "shielding centers" and information on them is sparse.In Canada, millions of dollars have been put into the country’s Covid-19 “voluntary” quarantine camp program, the government has announced.In order to “help” temporary foreign workers stay safe from Covid germs, Justin Trudeau’s government will spend at least another $5 million (£3,727,170) to establish more “isolation” and “quarantine” camps in British Columbia.The scheme, which is known as “Canada’s Safe Voluntary Isolation Sites Program,” is supposedly being expanded for the purpose of facilitating people who are unable to “self-isolate” at home and require “assistance” from the...
  • Couple has lived for 29 years on a hand-built island they call the Freedom Cove

    12/06/2021 10:22:13 AM PST · by Diana in Wisconsin · 58 replies
    My Positive Outlooks ^ | July, 2020 | Farah H.
    While most of us can only dream of living in our own island, it’s the reality for this couple who calls the “Freedom Cove” their home. For the past 29 years, Catherine King and Wayne Adams have been living on a floating compound ten miles north of Tofino, British Columbia. They’ve named it the Freedom Cove, a sustainable home that was hand-built using recycled materials. It’s 25 minutes away from the closest town, but you can’t get there by car. “The only option to get here is by water,” Wayne said. “There are no road accesses. The water is our...
  • B.C. UPDATE: Gas rationed to 30 litres/visit, travel restricted for 10 days, Merritt may reroute river [evil fossil Fuels in demand!]

    11/20/2021 9:02:03 AM PST · by canuck_conservative · 14 replies
    National Post [Canada] ^ | Nov. 19, 2021 | CP
    The British Columbia government is rationing gasoline and restricting travel on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, southwestern parts of the province and the Sunshine Coast after this week’s unprecedented storm severed highways and cut supply lines. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said a limit of 30 litres of fuel per visit to a gas station is an important step to maintaining the supply as the province works to bring in more gas by truck and barge from Alberta, Washington state, Oregon and California. He said the order would apply for 10 to 11 days and he trusts that people won’t...
  • Canada floods: 18,000 people still stranded in ‘terrible, terrible disaster’

    11/19/2021 10:09:02 PM PST · by blueplum · 45 replies
    the Guardian ^ | 18 November 2021 | Leyland Cecco
    Emergency crews in western Canada were still trying to reach some 18,000 people stranded by landslides and struggling to find food among bare grocery store shelves after devastating flooding. With communities in the region braced for more torrential rain in already inundated areas next week , the premier of British Columbia province declared an emergency and gave an emotional address in a press conference on Thursday. Appearing to fight back tears, John Horgan said: “The positive I’m going to take out of this is that it had shown British Columbians coming together supporting each other....
  • Leftists Deface War Memorial To Advance Medical Propaganda

    11/14/2021 12:15:03 PM PST · by Roman_War_Criminal · 13 replies
    Big League Politics ^ | 11/13/21 | Albert Turkington
    The Anglosphere, at least in terms of their willingness to defend traditional Western values, has become the sick men of the West in the eyes of many. From the inability of even supposedly conservative governments in Britain and Australia to prevent the encroachment of medical tyranny to the nearly-countless BLM riots in America, it seemed only a matter of time before proudly post-national Canada would come out with their latest round of cultural brain farts, and it would appear that they (sadly) did not disappoint. According to Summit News, a war memorial in Canada dedicated to fallen soldiers was defaced...
  • Sikh Men Created a Lifeline Using Turbans and Jackets to Rescue Hikers at a Park

    10/26/2021 10:27:47 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 16 replies
    NPR ^ | October 25, 2021 | Tien Le
    Two men who slipped and fell on a steep rock leading into rough waters at a park in British Columbia were saved thanks to a group of Sikh men who unraveled and removed their turbans to create a makeshift rope. Two men who needed help up a steep rock in British Columbia were saved thanks to a group of Sikh men who unraveled and removed their turbans to create a makeshift rope. The steep rocks led to rough, raging waters near a waterfall. The group of five was hiking toward the waterfall when they saw that the hikers stranded on...
  • The man who says he's JFK's son ( Picture )

    02/13/2008 8:25:12 AM PST · by george76 · 147 replies · 808+ views
    Globe and Mail ^ | February 13, 2008 | MARSHA LEDERMAN
    Born exactly two years before Dallas. The man at the centre of a John F. Kennedy mystery is revealing new details, including his name and his birthday – an astonishing date should he indeed be related to the Kennedy clan. Jack Worthington also agreed to allow The Globe and Mail to take his photograph, but only after his name was revealed by a Vancouver publication. He had been speaking with The Globe over the past few days on condition of anonymity. The British Columbia man is asking the Kennedys to provide a DNA sample so tests can be run to...
  • Meteorite crashes through roof of Canada woman’s home and on to bed

    10/14/2021 9:26:38 AM PDT · by DUMBGRUNT · 24 replies
    Guardian ^ | 14 Oct 2021
    A woman in Canada awoke in shock earlier this week when a rock crashed through the ceiling of her home and landed on her bed, narrowly missing her but spraying grit and other debris on her face, as her dog barked frantically. “I was in shock and I just sat here for a few hours shaking,” she said. “The odds of that happening are so small so I’m pretty grateful to be alive.”
  • Lucky star! Sleeping woman avoids death by inches after meteorite crashes through roof of her home and lands right beside her on pillow

    10/11/2021 8:35:11 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 56 replies
    DAILYMAIL.COM ^ | 10 October 2021 | ADAM MANNO FOR
    Ruth Hamilton of Golden, British Columbia woke up to the sound of a crash and dust on her face the night of October 4. Onlookers had enjoyed a meteor sighting earlier that night above Lake Louise, about 52 mi east. Hamilton, who was unharmed, saw a rock on her pillow right next to where her head usually lies. She called 911, and she and an officer made calls to confirm that it wasn't debris from nearby construction at the Kicking Horse Canyon. 'We called the Canyon project to see if they were doing any blasting and they weren't, but they...
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Trudeau slammed for taking vacation

    10/01/2021 8:32:27 PM PDT · by Kriggerel · 6 replies
    BBC ^ | October 1, 2021 | BBC
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been criticised for leaving on vacation during Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The new federal holiday honours thousands of indigenous children who were forcefully assimilated in Canada's state-backed residential school system. Mr Trudeau's daily schedule had indicated he would spend the day in private meetings in the capital Ottawa. Instead he was spotted with family on the beach in Tofino, British Columbia. Mr Trudeau's office later amended his itinerary and, in a statement to CBC News, a spokesperson admitted: "Yes, the PM is spending time in Tofino with family for a few...
  • 2nd woman convicted of railroad track sabotage in Washington 32 minutes ago

    09/11/2021 5:13:32 PM PDT · by Robwin · 25 replies
    Newsbreak ^ | 09/09/21 | The Associated Press
    SEATTLE — A second defendant has been convicted of sabotaging railroad tracks near the U.S.-Canada border in Washington state just before a train carrying crude oil was due to pass through — apparently part of a campaign to protest construction of a pipeline across British Columbia.Following a two-day trial and three hours of deliberation, a federal jury in Seattle on Thursday convicted Ellen Brennan Reiche, 28, of Bellingham, of violence against a railroad carrier. Her co-defendant, Samantha Frances Brooks, 24, pleaded guilty in July.