Category Archives: Politics

Belgian Court Orders Facebook to Stop Secret Tracking of Internet Users

What is Canada doing about this? Ask your MP. Really, take the phone and do it. A Belgian court on Friday ordered Facebook to stop tracking internet users who have no Facebook account or face a fine of 250,000 euros … Continue reading

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The Dumbing Down of America – By Design

Here is an extremely interesting article on the topic of education in the US, recently published by Global Research. This is an important information for parents whose children attend educational institutions at various levels: – The Dumbing Down of America … Continue reading

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Jordan Peterson debate on the gender pay gap, campus protests and postmodernism

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Rosalind Peterson on chemtrails

Since the chemtrails in our neck of the woods appeared in mid-1990-s, a drastic reduction of fish population was noticed in lakes and rivers in Ontario, Canada. This was “explained” in various ways, for example as a result of winter … Continue reading

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Make your vote count for nature

Dear friend If you haven’t seen them yet, you will soon! Your local federal election candidates will be coming to your door, calling you at home or standing at an intersection, asking for your vote on October 19th. Why not … Continue reading

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Maclean’s National Leaders Debate 2015

Watch the full debate on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSf2__qpeGA Mr. Prime Minister, if “incomes have been growing in this country“, then why is the standard of living of most Canadian families declining? I can tell you why. You and your government have deregulated … Continue reading

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