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  • What's going on even at the northern border? It seems that the U.S.A does not have borders anymore: Why are people illegaly entering from Canada?

    01/31/2023 7:06:04 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 01/31/2023 | Silvio Canto Jr.
    Let me paraphrase Marvin Gaye and ask what's going on? Yes, what's going on at the U.S.-Canadian border? Let's check the story: Border Patrol agents in New York, Vermont and New Hampshire apprehended more people illegally entering the US from Canada in the past three months than in the previous two years combined, authorities say.Officials in the states, which make up the federal agency’s eastern “Swanton Sector,” saw a 743% increase in apprehensions and encounters between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 compared to the same period in 2021, sector chief, Robert Garcia said last week in a press release.In December,...
  • Now they're coming from CANADA: Northern border sees 743% spike in illegal migrants trying to cross in a year due to 'easier entry than Mexico' - as cops release eerie images of asylum seekers trudging through 12F snow

    01/29/2023 1:02:32 AM PST · by knighthawk · 35 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | January 29 2023 | HARRIET ALEXANDER
    Border Patrol working in the north of the US have reported a 743 percent rise in migrant encounters compared to the same period a year ago. Robert Garcia, the chief patrol agent for the Swanton Sector - which covers Vermont, New York and New Hampshire - said he was troubled by the increasing popularity of the people-smuggling route. He warned traffickers are exploiting desperate asylum seekers with potentially lethal consequences, amid freezing temperatures and dangerous passages.
  • Dual citizen of France and Canada who mailed ricin to President Trump pleads guilty

    01/26/2023 3:32:50 AM PST · by blueplum · 29 replies
    cnn ^ | 25 Jan 2023 | Holmes Lybrand
    A dual citizen of France and Canada pleaded guilty on Wednesday to sending letters containing homemade ricin to then-President Donald Trump at the White House and eight Texas law enforcement officials. Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier sent threatening letters containing the poison in September 2020, according to the plea agreement filed in a Washington, DC, federal court. According to the agreement, Ferrier made ricin at her home in Quebec, Canada, and put the poison in letters addressed to Trump and the Texas officials.... ...After sending the letters from Canada, Ferrier was arrested when trying to cross the border into the US...
  • UN warns gains in Haiti at risk without international force

    01/24/2023 5:24:56 PM PST · by Nextrush · 26 replies
    Anadolu Agency ^ | 1/24/2023 | Michael Gabriel Hernandez
    "The people of Haiti whose suffering never, ever ends are counting on you,' says Helen La Lime Recent improvements in Haiti's humanitarian situation are in jeopardy unless the Security Council approves of the deployment of an international force, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' envoy for Haiti warned Tuesday...
  • Governments Doubled Down on Lockdowns After Evidence Proved They Were Ineffective: Professor

    01/24/2023 2:07:29 PM PST · by lightman · 13 replies
    epoch times ^ | 24 January A.D. 2023 | Marnie Cathcart
    A newly released essay by Douglas Allen, professor of economics at Simon Fraser University, examines why governments repeatedly used lockdowns during COVID-19 even after it became clear lockdowns were ineffective and “failed to isolate the virus and stop it from spreading.” Lockdowns were sustained with political support, suggests Allen, and lockdowns had “many winners.” He says for the “laptop class,” the lockdown was “the great vacation,” the “great excuse,” and the “great opportunity.” Lockdowns, said Allen, transferred wealth to this group. Meanwhile, he says, public health campaigns repeatedly told citizens that “death was ‘at the door,'” ‘now is not the...
  • Canada to Pay Indigenous Abuse Survivors More Than US$2 billion

    01/23/2023 8:52:51 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 12 replies
    Channel News Asia ^ | 23 Jan 2023
    Canada will pay hundreds of Indigenous communities more than US$2 billion in compensation for nearly a century of abuse suffered by children in residential schools, its government has announced. The C$2.8 billion (US$2.1 billion) settlement, the result of a class action lawsuit by 325 Indigenous groups, will be placed in a not-for-profit trust independent of the government. It will be used to "revitalise Indigenous education, culture, and language - to support survivors in healing and reconnecting with their heritage", according to a press release.
  • Doctor tells Canadian state media that after flu season comes 'stroke season'

    01/21/2023 10:25:42 PM PST · by CFW · 29 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 1/21/23 | Joseph McKinnon
    A Calgary-based family physician and urgent care doctor appeared on Canadian state media earlier this week to explain the alleged link between influenza, infection, and stroke. When explaining the linkage, Dr. Raj Bhardwaj of the University of Calgary noted his recent surprise at discovering that there is now reportedly a "stroke season." What are the details? Bhardwaj told CBC Calgary News that a stroke is ultimately when "the blood supply to the brain is compromised for some reason. It's basically a plumbing problem in the pipes that supply blood to your brain. And there's two things that could go wrong...
  • EV Rebates In Canada Are 153% Over Budget So Far

    01/17/2023 7:05:01 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    Nation and State ^ | 01/17/2023 | Tyler Durden
    Federal electric vehicle rebates in Canada went 153% over their originally intended budgets, a new report out last week unveiled.Ottawa had shelled out $759 million on EV rebates by March of last year, according to a report by True North. The "unprecedented" number of people claiming the rebates pushed Canada's government well over its allocated spending. Analysts in the Audit Of Incentives For Zero Emission Vehicles Program said: “The uptake of the program was higher than expected and funding was an ongoing concern.”“The program’s main risk is not having sufficient funding to meet the demand,” they continued.In Canada, beginning in...
  • Time Theft:’ Canadian Court Orders Woman Repay Employer After Spyware Shows She Wasn’t Working

    01/14/2023 12:16:00 AM PST · by blueplum · 24 replies
    Brietbart ^ | 13 Jan 2023 | Lucas Nolan
    A Canadian accountant has been ordered by a court to repay her employer after time-tracking software found that she was misrepresenting the hours she worked. The Guardian reports that Karlee Besse, a Canadian woman, was found by a court to have lied about the number of hours she had worked based on spyware that tracked her activities, and was consequently ordered to pay her former employer, Reach CPA, for “time theft.” Besse, a British Columbian accountant who worked remotely, was fired from her position last year.... ...Besse’s work laptop had “TimeCamp” employee tracking software installed to track the hours...
  • College of Psychologists vs Jordan B Peterson

    01/12/2023 1:31:39 PM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 16 replies
    Jordan Peterson ^ | 12/1/23 | Mikhaila Peterson
    Dr Jordan B Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila Peterson explain the current situation with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. They have presented Dr. Peterson with an ultimatum- take part in re-education courses aiming to correct his “wrongthink”, or lose his clinical psychology license. Here is the promised documentation for the current charges and justification for the sentence already handed down by the College of Psychologiats:
  • In Toronto, the kids are not alright

    01/11/2023 8:58:10 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 12 replies
    Hotair ^ | 01/11/2023 | John Sexton
    I just learned about this incident today after police in Toronto released the name of the victim. Ken Lee (pictured above) was killed last month in the early morning of December 18th. Lee had recently become homeless and was living in a shelter but apparently has family in the area. A group of 8 teenage girls allegedly carried out a “swarming” attack on Lee, stabbing him in a fight over a liquor bottle.An alleged “swarming” attack in Toronto started when the eight teen girls charged in the slaying tried to take a liquor bottle from the victim and his friend,...
  • Cops identify man, 59, killed after EIGHT teenage girls, aged 13 to 16, took part in 'swarming' attack

    01/11/2023 9:15:44 AM PST · by End Times Sentinel · 52 replies
    The Daily Mail ^ | 11 January 2023 | ALEX OLIVEIRA
    Canadian police have released the identity of a homeless man who was stabbed to death by a pack of teenage girls last month. Ken Lee, 59, an immigrant from Hong Kong who was trying to find housing in Toronto, was beaten and stabbed by eight girls ranging in age from 13 to 16.It is believed Lee was attacked while defending a friend of his who the girls were trying to steal a bottle of liquor from. Each of the girls were arrested and charged with second degree murder, with Detective Sergeant Terry Browne of the Toronto Police calling the brutal...
  • Biden Gives Away the Game With Remarks in Mexico

    01/11/2023 6:20:59 AM PST · by george76 · 28 replies
    Red State. ^ | January 10, 2023 | Nick Arama
    Joe Biden is in Mexico meeting with the President of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He delivered some remarks with the two other leaders on Tuesday. I reported earlier on what Biden said about the classified documents in his office at the Penn Biden Center. But he also made remarks about illegal immigration and the problem at our Southern border. First, AMLO gave him a left-handed compliment, but I’m not sure that Biden is bright enough to pick up on what the Mexican President was truly saying. ... “You, President Biden, you are the...
  • Dr. Jordan Peterson sentenced to reeducation training by the College of Ontario Psychologists

    01/04/2023 6:47:22 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 38 replies
    Hotair ^ | 01/04/2023 | David Strom
    Canada doesn’t have reeducation camps…yet.But Justin Trudeau’s Canada is making progress towards becoming China’s North American twin. Compliance with the ideological diktats of the intelligentsia is apparently a requirement in order to keep your job these days.Yesterday Jordan Peterson revealed and the College of Ontario Psychologists acknowledged that he has been “sentenced” to mandatory retraining in order to retain his license to practice clinical psychology in Canada.I am to take a course of such training (with reports documenting my "progress" or face an in-person tribunal and suspension of my right to operate as a licensed clinical psychologist.— Dr Jordan B...
  • Jordan Peterson Investigated, Allegedly For Criticizing Justin Trudeau

    01/04/2023 10:41:35 AM PST · by Twotone · 57 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | January 3, 2023 | Sarah Weaver
    The College of Psychologists of Ontario is investigating Canadian clinical psychologist and author Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, allegedly over criticism of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The association confirmed on its website that it released a decision Nov. 22 requiring Peterson to complete a Specified Continuing Education or Remedial Program (SCERP), a coaching program designed to address concerns about an individual’s public conduct. Peterson says the investigation is due to his retweeting Pierre Poilievre — an opposition candidate for prime minister — and writing posts critical of Justin Trudeau. “I am to take a course of such training (with reports...
  • Canada introduces ban on foreigners buying property, allows exceptions for refugees and permanent residents

    01/03/2023 3:52:35 AM PST · by blueplum · 14 replies
    ABC ^ | 01 Jan 2023 | AFP uncredited
    Canada has banned foreigners from buying residential property, in an attempt to make more homes available to locals facing a housing crunch. The temporary two-year measure was first proposed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the 2021 election campaign when soaring prices put home ownership beyond the reach of many Canadians. "The desirability of Canadian homes is attracting profiteers, wealthy corporations, and foreign investors," his party said at the time.... ...According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, average home prices have fallen from a peak of more than Can$800,000 ($867,000) at the start of 2022 to just over Can$630,000 last...
  • Perspective: Inside the world of Canada’s assisted suicide — for ‘mature minors’

    01/02/2023 7:16:10 AM PST · by Tom Tetroxide · 11 replies
    DeseretNews ^ | 4 November 2022 | Hanna Seariac
    Canada’s already controversial euthanasia laws could expand to include children who qualify. This policy will nurture the country’s growing culture of death Abel Pelletier was only 4 years old when his mother, Karie-Lyn Pelletier, began petitioning the Canadian parliament to allow a physician to take his life in a medically assisted death. Abel was severely disabled because of a rare condition called Mednik syndrome. The disease is incurable, although medications can manage certain aspects of the condition. Still, this case isn’t what most people think of when they think of euthanasia or assisted suicide. They think of elderly people with...
  • Vaccine Researcher, Tenured Professor Sues The University of Guelph & Colleagues For Defamation

    01/01/2023 3:12:55 PM PST · by Twotone · 12 replies
    The Pulse ^ | December 23, 2022 | Arjun Walia
    Dr. Byram Bridle is an Associate Professor of Viral Immunology at the University of Guelph. He holds a PhD in immunology and a post-doctorate in viral immunology. In 2017, he was awarded tenure at the University of Guelph. He has 74 published peer-reviewed scientific papers in medical literature. They routinely rank in the top 10% of scientific literature in terms of their importance. He is one of the few recognized Canadian scientists with expertise in both immunology and virology. His research at the University of Guelph has focused on developing vaccines to prevent infectious diseases, treat cancers, and studying host...
  • Universal Health Care Ends With The Government Telling You To Kill Yourself

    12/30/2022 2:05:40 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 54 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 12/30/2022 | Kenneth Schrupp
    Democrats’ universal health care fantasy must be stopped so we can save our citizens from health care shortages and suicide.Today, Canadians are experiencing a three-word addition to what Ronald Reagan called the nine most terrifying words in the English language: “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help you kill yourself.” Soon after the announcement that Canada would expand its medically assisted suicide program to include those with mental illness, the popular Canadian department store chain Simons issued a new advertisement celebrating the policy. The video features a woman saying, “Last breaths are sacred; you just have to be...
  • Tesla owners share videos of their cars failing in arctic freeze

    12/29/2022 11:11:34 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 81 replies
    NY Post ^ | December 29, 2022 | By Olivia Land
    Furious Tesla owners are blasting the company over how their high-end cars are not functioning in extreme weather, as the recent Arctic freeze left their door handles frozen shut and the electric vehicles unable to charge. “Bet ya didn’t think of ice in the Tesla design,” Canadian meteorologist Rachel Modestino wrote alongside a now-viral video of her Tesla door handle refusing to budge. The footage was shared on Dec. 23, when temperates in Ontario hit a low of 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Other Twitter users came to her aid and quickly shared some tips in the comments of her video, which...