Marijuana will become legal nationwide starting October 17

“On Wednesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that marijuana will become legal nationwide starting October 17. Canada’s Senate passed the federal government’s bill to legalize marijuana nationwide Tuesday.”

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Food Safety at Dundas Metro

I am a senior citizen and a resident of Dundas. I have been buying food in this store for at least 12 years. Thery used to have expiry date printed on most food products, including the meats, sausages, and cheese. Then, they replaced the “Expiry date” with the “Best before” date. A few years ago, I was told by the manager that the “Best before” date allows them to keep food items on the shelf and sell them even past the date indicated as “best before”. Nowadays, the “Best before” date is not always shown. Instead, you have the “Packaged on” date, which is the date and time that you are buying it. (Or, sometimes, a meaningless code.) This is useless, as it does not tell you how fresh the product is – it could have been sitting on their shelf for weeks and you would not know about it based on the “Packaged on” date.

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Is Canadian military taking part in the conflict in Yemen?

Suggestion here has been made that Canadian armed forces are participating in the conflict in Yemen. However, both Canadian and American media are silent about this possibility. Therefore, I have asked my MP, Ms Filomena Tassi, for a clear answer to the following question:

“Are Canadian armed forces involved in any capacity (fighting units, advisors,  logistics, arming, financing, etc.) in the current conflict in Yemen? If yes, what is their exact status and role in this conflict, on what basis (international law) is Canada involved in this conflict, what is the goal of Canada in this regard, and why are Canadian media not reporting on these facts?”

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Meghan Markle just sold her soul: The truth about Prince Harry and the Royal Family

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Palestine Is Still The Issue

John Pilger first made the film ‘Palestine Is Still The Issue’ in 1977. It told how almost a million Palestinians had been forced off their land in 1948, and again in 1967. Twenty five years later, John Pilger returned to the West Bank of Jordan and Gaza, and to Israel, to ask why the Palestinians, whose right of return was affirmed by the United Nations more than half a century ago, are still caught in a terrible limbo – refugees in their own land, controlled by Israel in the longest military occupation in modern times.

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Sixty dead in Gaza and the end of Israeli conscience

The following article by Israeli journalist Gideon Levy was first published on hareetz.com

When will the moment come in which the mass killing of Palestinians matters anything to the right? When will the moment come in which the massacre of civilians shocks at least the left-center? If 60 people slain don’t do it, perhaps 600? Will 6,000 jolt them.

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Gaza: Watch George Galloway’s incredible interview with Laura Loomer

Comment:

I don’t know, if anyone still believes any of this incredibly fanatical and desperate zionist propaganda. When I hear this hypocrisy, these lies that contradict facts on the ground, I want to vomit, as my body and my brain cannot take it anymore. The way this “Laura” talks about recent events in Gaza presents the Israelis as victims and the Palestinians as aggressors – an old trick that has been overplayed by Jews in many different scenarios.

Let me break a news for you, “Laura” – Israel occupies Palestine, not the other way around – and this is the source of all problems related to recent and not only recent violence in that area. I personally knew dr. Mark Edelman, the second in command of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising during WW2. The term “terrorost” was not in use back then but the Nazis called them “banditen” ( bandits). Were the Jews, who fought in the Warsaw Ghetto bandits? Or, were they fighting for their lives and their freedom? Think about it, before you call Hamas, or any Palestinians, “terrorists”.

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UNSC emergency meeting on Gaza situation

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“What a rotten to the core, immoral and spiritually dead world we live in. Keeping a corrupt global system and bankster gangster run economy alive and kicking, is all that matters– the lives of millions lost– their ongoing pain and suffering of no account!”

“Quite frankly, looks like we — the global common people, are being played allround … the global bigshots relishing our heartfelt outrage and dreadful anger at witnessing Syria’s endlessly brave struggle to claw back their land — ruthlessly stolen from them by the worst global bullies — again destroyed, after a short and merciful reprieve! — while the gutless world views it as nothing but a passing show … not a finger lifted or as one chorusing “BAS!!” This ends RIGHT NOW! For if we as humanity, don’t do so– we are all complicit, have betrayed the Father and sold our souls to the Devil — do not deserve escaping the rightful and terrible wrath of God.” – [Choticastile]

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Unprecedented delays in processing income tax returns

Letter to the Minister of National Revenue:

The Honourable Diane Lebouthillier, P.C., M.P.
Minister of National Revenue
7th Floor
555 MacKenzie Avenue
Ottawa ON  K1A 0L5

Dear Ms Lebouthillier,

This letter addresses policy issues that have a negative and unacceptable impact on Canadian taxpayers. Therefore, I urge you to, please, read it and to correct the issues involved.

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Russian Foreign Minister comments on Syria strikes and Skripal case

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Trump approved strikes on Syria over alleged chemical attack by Assad government in Douma

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President Bush Announces Start of Iraq War

This was a war crime based on a pack of lies about Iraq’s alleged weapons of mass destruction and on the (“most likely”) 9/11 false-flag operation.

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‘If a Service is Free, You are not the Customer, you are the Product’ – Hacker

It has been a big week for Mark Zuckerberg, testifying before two senate committees and the house committee on energy and commerce. Sputnik spoke with Occupy The Web (OTW), Forensic investigator, and hacker for Information Freedom and Social Justice, about the outcome of the hearings.

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Did Russia Predict the Syrian Chemical Attack Controversy One Month Before?

Russian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff Valery Gerasimov has warned that Russia would respond to any US military strike flowing from a false flag chemical weapons attack blamed on the Syrian government and Russia. So what’s the big deal? The general made the warning nearly a month ago…

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International Lawyers: Strike Against Syria Would Be Illegal

In this statement released Wednesday, a group of international law experts warn that a U.S. military strike on Syria would be illegal if not in self-defense or with U.N. Security Council authorization. 

We are practitioners and professors of international law. Under international law, military strikes by the United States of America and its allies against the Syrian Arab Republic, unless conducted in self-defense or with United Nations Security Council approval, are illegal and constitute acts of aggression.

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