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  • Fed-up Toronto residents are hiding their cars in SECRET LOCATIONS patrolled by guard dogs after car theft soared 150% in six years, with Justin Trudeau's woke bail and sentencing rules blamed for encouraging thieves

    02/26/2024 11:19:02 AM PST · by knighthawk · 13 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | February 26 2024 | ALEX HAMMER
    Residents in Toronto are hiding their cars in secret locations and hideouts with round-the-clock security to combat the city's out-of-control car theft. The revelation, reported by The New York Times, comes weeks after federal liberals announced a national summit aimed at addressing the nationwide issue. The publication spoke to collectors who have taken to storing luxury cars in compounds with hired guards and dogs at night, only to still have them burglarized.
  • Oil Companies Relinquish Last Pacific Coast Drilling Permits to Canada

    02/23/2024 5:16:09 PM PST · by Twotone · 4 replies ^ | February 22, 2024 | John Hayward
    Canadian Energy and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said Wednesday that with the voluntary return of 23 permits by Chevron Canada in February, energy companies have surrendered the last of the outstanding permits for oil and gas drilling off Canada’s Pacific coast. “With these final permits, Natural Resources Canada has officially secured the surrender of all 227 permits in the Pacific offshore,” Wilkinson said, describing the achievement as a milestone in “protecting the ecologically rich waters of Canada’s west coast.” Canada’s provincial and federal governments imposed a moratorium on issuing any new oil and gas exploration permits off its western...
  • Canadian Politicians Introduce Bill Removing Christianity, Bible as ‘Hate Speech’ Defense

    02/23/2024 11:01:10 AM PST · by Morgana · 16 replies
    Protestia ^ | February 23, 2024 | staff
    Our neighbors to the North continue to be the Ghosts of Legislative Future if we don’t get our act together. During the first session of the 44th parliament, Bloc Québécois party leader Yves-François Blanchet, introduced a private members bill that would remove religious exceptions to the law that criminalizes hate speech. If someone is charged with hate speech in Canada, they can defend themselves in court by arguing they were, in good faith, making an argument based on their religious beliefs. At present, in Canadian Criminal Code, the “religious exemption” in Section 319 states: “No person shall be convicted of...
  • Maine’s public schools purchased taxpayer-subsidized electric buses but say they are defective

    02/23/2024 9:05:34 AM PST · by george76 · 39 replies
    Just the News ^ | February 23, 2024 | Kevin Killough
    Maine’s Department of Education is reportedly urging school districts to stop using taxpayer-subsidized electric school buses that were purchased within the last year. The districts reported problems with the new buses, which were supplied by Canada-based Lion Electric Co., last fall ... The windshields on the buses would leak whenever it rained, as the glass didn’t appear to be securely in place. concerns about mixing electricity and water from the leaking windshields led them to stop driving some of the buses. The buses, which cost about $345,000 each, were also sold with misaligned or incorrect lettering on the sides, and...
  • Feds bust extensive Uber smuggling ring at northern border

    06/05/2022 9:23:37 AM PDT · by DFG · 16 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 06/05/2022 | Stephen Dinan
    Federal authorities say Rajinder Pal Singh had figured out a pretty sweet scam, smuggling illegal immigrants from India across the northern border and into the Seattle area — by putting them in Ubers. Investigators revealed evidence of more than 90 Uber trips they say showed patterns of smuggling that they connected to Mr. Singh from just one Uber account. And they traced a total of 17 accounts to his organization, according to court documents. Mr. Singh’s arrest late last month underscored the dangers and vulnerabilities at the northern border, far from the U.S.-Mexico boundary that gets most of the attention...
  • Eagle-eyed residents reveal sophisticated migrant smuggling operation at northern US border

    02/19/2024 11:40:16 AM PST · by george76 · 12 replies
    New York Post ^ | Feb. 18, 2024 | Social Links forJack Morphet and Social Links forChris Nesi
    Unsettling Post footage and interviews with US residents along the Canadian border offer a rare glimpse into the thriving migrant smuggling operation that has taken hold up north in addition to the debacle to the south. ... smugglers have become so rampant that some locals are packing pistols to protect themselves and turning into amateur sleuths to help thwart them. “Now I’ve got the Border Patrol guys on speed dial,” local Chris Feeley, 52, recently grimly acknowledged. ... According to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data, the number of migrants illegally entering the US at the northern border last year...
  • Canadian professor charged with abducting and raping 80-year-old grandmother with Alzheimer's at Bahamas resort, and the US federal agent who captured him

    02/17/2024 11:12:51 AM PST · by CFW · 24 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 2/17/24 | Keith Griffith
    New details are emerging about the Canadian tourist charged with abducting and raping an 80-year-old grandmother with Alzheimer's at a luxurious Bahamas resort. Gordon Wilkie, 61, of New Waterford, Nova Scotia, was arrested and charged with rape in the shocking incident on January 28 at the Warwick Hotel Paradise Island Bahamas. can confirm that Wilkie is a faculty member at Novia Scotia Community College, where he specializes in renewable energy and has been placed on leave following his arrest.
  • Air Canada Ordered to Pay Passenger Damages After Chatbot Lied About Bereavement Discounts The Tribunal judge said Air Canada’s suggestion that the chatbot was a “separate legal entity responsible for its own actions” didn’t make sense.

    02/16/2024 8:31:38 PM PST · by DoodleBob · 13 replies
    Gizmodo ^ | February 17, 2024 | Jody Serrano
    A Canadian tribunal has ruled that Air Canada must pay damages to one of its passengers for misleading advice given by its customer service chatbot, which resulted in the passenger paying nearly double for their plane tickets. The case centered on the experience of Jake Moffatt, who flew round-trip from Vancouver to Toronto after his grandmother died in 2022. At the time, Moffatt visited Air Canada’s website to book a flight using the company’s bereavement rates. According to tribunal documents, Moffatt specifically asked Air Canada’s support chatbot about bereavement rates and received the following reply: “Air Canada offers reduced bereavement...
  • How a right-wing Canadian rapper 'trolled' the Billboard charts by going to No. 1 [feat. Ben Shapiro]

    02/15/2024 9:14:12 AM PST · by canuck_conservative · 11 replies
    National Post [Canada] ^ | Feb. 15, 2024 | Tristin Hopper
    Facts, by Tom MacDonald, is currently No. 1 on two Billboard charts; Rap Digital Song Sales and R&B/Hip Hop Digital Song Sales. Released on Jan. 26, Facts has blown past the genre’s usual stalwarts, pulling ahead of artists such as Megan Thee Stallion and Doja Cat... MacDonald has scored hit songs before, but he got to No. 1 with Facts thanks in large part to his collaborator on the song, popular conservative podcast host Ben Shapiro... Shapiro, a classically trained violinist, has often been a vocal critic of rap and hiphop music — routinely reserving segments of his podcast to...
  • Trudeau, Freeland sued by Freedom Convoy protesters following Federal Court ruling. ( Canada )

    02/14/2024 9:03:22 PM PST · by george76 · 5 replies
    Counter Signal. ^ | February 14, 2024 | MIKE CAMPBELL
    A number of Freedom Convoy protesters who had their bank accounts frozen by the Trudeau Government’s invocation of Emergencies Act have sued the Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Chrystia Freeland. ... The development comes just weeks after a Federal Court judge ruled that Trudeau’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act, which gave the government unprecedented power, was a violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Two lawsuits were announced on Wednesday, the first of which was announced by lawyer Keith Wilson. “BREAKING: On the 2-year anniversary of the Federal Government illegally invoking war measures against its citizens and...
  • Sudden Deaths of Vaxxed Athletes, Students, Pilots, Military, but Why No Politicians?

    02/14/2024 8:14:34 PM PST · by george76 · 75 replies
    California Globe ^ | February 14, 2024 | Katy Grimes
    Members of the California Assembly and Senate were exempted from COVID vaccine mandates – so was Congress and Biden’s Executive Branch... Isn’t it extraordinary that we see daily reports of young athletes, high school and college students, college athletes, pilots, members of the military and others dropping dead suddenly? Yet we aren’t seeing this same “died suddenly” phenomenon, as it is now called, in elected politicians – members of Congress, Governors, or State Legislatures. ... Before the vaccine rollout of 2021, these kinds of collapses were never seen before, and if they did happen, they were extremely rare. Now, it’s...
  • The CBDC Indoctrination Has Begun

    02/14/2024 6:47:26 PM PST · by george76 · 36 replies
    Sovereign Man. ^ | February 14, 2024 | James Hickman
    I imagine life can often feel pretty difficult for today’s high school students. On top of dealing with classic teenage drama like homework, hormones, pimples, parents, driving, dating, university selection, and more, students these days have to contend with a host of new challenges. They suffered long periods of brutal Covid lockdowns. Active shooter drills are a normal part of student life. And, of course, there’s the nonstop anxiety and peer pressure of social media. Plus, on top of everything else, students today have also been force-fed some pretty bizarre ideas. Classical literature, advanced mathematics, and hard sciences have taken...
  • Why some Prince Edward Island bus drivers are getting fed up with their new electric school buses

    02/14/2024 10:34:25 AM PST · by jerod · 15 replies
    CBC News ^ | Feb 14, 2024 | Wayne Thibodeau
    Three years ago, the P.E.I. government rolled out its new electric school buses with much fanfare. Now some drivers say the buses are plagued with problems, with 16 to 18 of the vehicles in the shop at a time on occasions, out of a total of just over 100. Robert Geiss, president of CUPE Local 1145, which represents school bus drivers on the Island, says he believes the provincial government rushed into buying the new buses — and now students and drivers are paying the price. He said the biggest problems are with the heating systems, leaving some buses icy...
  • Feds will stop investing in 'large' road projects, environment minister says (Trudeau Jr.'s environment minister)

    02/14/2024 10:18:19 AM PST · by jerod · 7 replies
    CBC news ^ | Feb 14, 2024 | John Paul Tasker
    Steven Guilbeault revised his comments after saying Ottawa would stop investing in new road infrastructureGuilbeault, second from right, scaled the CN Tower in Toronto in 2001 to protest Canada's environmental policies. He was arrested for the stunt. (Aaron Harris/The Canadian Press)Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday the federal government will stop investing in new road infrastructure — a comment that immediately drew attacks from the Opposition Conservatives and some premiers who said the climate activist turned politician is 'out of touch'.Guilbeault later clarified his remarks, telling reporters Wednesday that he meant to say Ottawa will not put up the cash...
  • Semen isn’t enough for Canada's woke police to know if a sexual assault suspect is ‘male’

    02/14/2024 10:10:59 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 24 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 02/14/2024 | Andrea Widburg
    We’re getting used to so-called “transgender” craziness. It no longer raises eyebrows when we hear about a man “breaking” women’s sports records or joining a sorority. We’re disgusted but shrug when we learn that a swim club is allowing a 50-year-old man who identifies as a teen girl to compete against and share a locker room with actual teen girls. We meme about the crazed man screaming at a hapless store clerk, “It’s ma’am!” But sometimes…sometimes the level of cultural delusion is still so shocking that it bears noting. Such is the case with the Vancouver police’s struggle to identify...
  • Colorado’s Assisted Suicide Bill Would Invite Out-Of-Staters To End Their Lives In Two Days Or Less

    02/13/2024 9:10:43 AM PST · by dynachrome · 35 replies
    the Federalist ^ | 2-13-24 | DR. DAVID MURPHY
    Canadian lawmakers recently introduced legislation to delay a planned expansion of their Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) program for three years. Without this delay, the rapidly increasing Canadian suicide rates will explode as those suffering from mental health conditions will be allowed to commit suicide with the help of a medical professional. Not to be outdone, some Colorado legislators seem eager to expand the culture of death outside the womb and constitutionally enshrine a nonexistent “right” to death inside the womb. They are making the expansion of death a “hill to die on.” House and Senate legislators have introduced the...
  • Elon Musk blasts Toronto Star as ‘Canada’s Pravda’ over ‘hit piece’ against Poilievre

    02/13/2024 11:08:32 AM PST · by xoxox · 10 replies
    LifeSite News ^ | Tue Feb 13, 2024 - 11:41 am EST | Clare Marie Merkowsky
    Tech mogul and free speech advocate Elon Musk has labelled the mainstream media outlet Toronto Star as “Canada’s Pravda.” Musk made the comment on February 6, after Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, that the outlet was preparing a “hit piece” on him and his family. “The Toronto Star has become Canada’s Pravda,” Musk declared, referring to the term for what was the official newspaper of Communist Russia.
  • Tens of Thousands of Elderly Secretly Euthanized to Boost ‘Covid Deaths’

    02/12/2024 5:28:42 PM PST · by george76 · 63 replies
    Slay News ^ | February 12, 2024 | Frank Bergman
    A bombshell new report has sent shockwaves around the world after an investigation into the high numbers of “Covid deaths” during the pandemic uncovered evidence that tens of thousands of elderly people were actually murdered to boost the mortality rates. The data produced for the report indicated that people were being euthanized using a fatal injection of Midazolam. The cause of their deaths was then listed as “Covid,” indicating that the virus was killing far more elderly people than it was. The explosive data from the report was made public by Australian politician Craig Kelly, the national director of the...
  • "It Has To Be Done": After Court Victory For Freedom Convoy, Canadians Ready To Sue Federal Government, Banks and the Police

    02/09/2024 9:12:44 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 6 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | 02/09/2024 | Matthew Horwood
    Several Freedom Convoy protesters, buoyed by a recent victory in Canadian federal court, said they’re preparing to sue the federal government, banks, and the police that brought the 2022 protest to a heated end.(Illustration by The Epoch Times, Getty Images, Shutterstock)“I think it’s the second phase to what took place with the federal court case,” military veteran and plaintiff Eddie Cornell said. “We’ve got a big hill to climb, but it’s something that’s necessary. It has to be done.”On Jan. 23, Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley issued a ruling against the federal government’s invocation of the Emergencies Act in response...
  • After Court Victory for Freedom Convoy, Canadians Ready to Sue

    02/09/2024 6:06:30 PM PST · by george76 · 5 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | February 07, 2024 | Matthew Horwood
    Following a federal court ruling against the Canadian government for using the Emergencies Act during the trucker convoy, several plaintiffs plan to sue.. Several Freedom Convoy protesters, buoyed by a recent victory in Canadian federal court, said they’re preparing to sue the federal government, banks, and the police that brought the 2022 protest to a heated end. “I think it’s the second phase to what took place with the federal court case,” military veteran and plaintiff Eddie Cornell said. “We’ve got a big hill to climb, but it’s something that’s necessary. It has to be done.” On Jan. 23, Federal...