“The people of Alberta have worked hard for generations, and the entire nation has benefited from Alberta’s economic strength. As the jobs crisis in Alberta gets worse, families need the federal government to come up with solutions. Yet so far, this Liberal Government has failed to put forward a jobs plan that recognizes the crisis […]
Finding news regarding the Alberta Jobs Task Force requires some digging. I found this information available to me on the web. There isn’t much media coverage regarding this activist inspired program. Alberta is being represented in Parliament by Alberta conservative MP’s.
Ivanka Trump’s clothing line has, for a couple of weeks, been the subject of boycotts across the U.S. Now, those protests are coming to Canada. This weekend, Ontario women plan to dress up like Donald Trump and stage protests at two Toronto Hudson’s Bay stores, which carry Ivanka’s line.
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My concerns may not have been valid. I’m not sure what I was worried about for the last few days. Ivanka will be OK as well as Canadian political women. Women in political positions have their country performing security functions for them.
After Nordstrom dropped Ivanka Trump’s fashion line this month, a Fox News host blasted women boycotting stores that carry the brand. In an opening rant on her show, Jeanine Pirro called the boycotters “loud, classless women” who were unfairly picking on a fellow female simply because they dislike her dad, U.S.
This article brings up some of my concerns for what is happening in Canada. Any woman close to any controversial topic could face unknown harassers. It is isn’t brave to harass anyone. Politics means voting during elections not protesting how other people voted. In Canada during the election of 2015 there was heavy voter turnout with some protesting.
Movements of people for political purposes aren’t encouraging to the electoral system in Canada or the USA. The BDS movement and the Arab Spring didn’t bring democratic anything with their apparent success. The destruction of the Middle East came with the Arab Spring. Are we seeing it in North America spreading anger to cause unity? Does that make sense?
I feel these protesters are using gang mentality in their processes. This is a psychological method aimed at political upheaval. They will resort to violence against women. During the LA riots a quote came up “Can’t we all get along? Rodney King.
I don’t feel this movement will take down the government though it is not good for anyone growing up during it to watch. I pray that North America doesn’t downgrade in security. We don’t need the violence caused by terrorists or gangs. Whoever wishes to see Canada or the USA resemble Mexican security or ISIS law then stand up and register.
OTTAWA — MPs started the formal debate Wednesday night on a binding motion to condemn Islamophobia and systemic racism that’s created controversy over concerns about free speech.
I am impressed by the campaigning of the Conservative Party of Canada regarding this motion. The conservative motion though it was rejected by the liberal majority caused change to the original motion. The Conservative Party of Canada member Andrew Scheer did a good job of representing his constituents on this motion.
Now the motion was made more inclusive to other religions who were not really represented in the original. With the Liberal party having a majority making any point heard in the House of Commons takes hard work.
Here are some statistics to put the drug war in context: Killings in Mexico are trending up after a decline The number of homicides in Mexico peaked in 2011 and then declined for three years. But the latest statistics show the trend reversed in 2015.
The argument for or against Trump’s Wall should be considered very well. I don’t feel there is a way of truly ending violence coming to America though Trump is going to reduce it for sure.
Apparently 1/4 of Canadians support immigration bans of some sort. I like meeting people of different faiths and cultures but I am not in a position to advise the PM of how to know the good apples and the bad ones.
My feeling that Canadian crime is not so influenced by Mexico though it is run by Canadian gangs. We are different in Canada then the USA. Frustration in the USA caused people around the world to look for new leadership.
Donald Trump does have tremendous support as seen through social media. I feel some types of protests against the President are illegal. I am hopeful that some or most of his campaign promises will reduce or eliminate the problems he is trying to address.
Mostly I look at things online such as for politics which draws me to Conservative websites. Now the truth about the carbon tax is beginning to come out. I was wondering if it was really that bad. So now we have newspapers and surveys answering our questions. You are not alone if the tax does affect you.
A new poll suggests the carbon tax has had an impact on the majority of Albertans. A new Mainstreet/Postmedia poll shows 51 per cent of Albertans said the provincial carbon tax has had a major impact on their lives, while 42 per cent said the has had a minor impact.
Now the facts about the carbon tax are coming out. At first I didn’t personally hear anyone discussing it in public. I began to question the idea of challenging the premier as not being on point. Now it looks like many people are knowledgeable or more knowledgeable then myself on carbon issues..
This may be because I am not native to Alberta feeling rather worldly for having moved around a bit. The public it seems don’t openly discuss it because I only hear about it online. I support conservative issues first and foremost. Jason Kenney will win the leadership of PC Alberta.
Despite all the hysteria over our provinces issues I still see that the PC Alberta candidates are supporting the premier against threats. I don’t know how many people support the premier on that issue though I feel it is a lot. Hopefully, it will get resolved.
The election will formally begin on October 1, 2016, with nominations closing on January 9, 2017. For details on preliminary entry requirements, all interested individuals are encouraged to visit the website at http://leadership.pcalberta.com/ for details and updated information.
Jason Kenney is the candidate I support. Please look up Five Point Unity Plan on my site. You can also search for Jason Kenney.
Yazidi groups in Canada say they’ve been kept in the dark on the government’s resettlement plan despite the critical role they could play in supporting the new arrivals. On Tuesday, Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen held a news conference to unveil a government plan to resettle 1,200 Yazidis and other victims of ISIS by the end of 2017, saying that nearly 400 had already arrived.
The Conservative Party of Canada campaigned hard for the Yazidi‘s. The federal government was slow to respond though did agree in theory to the requests. I am so pleased that these people displaced by genocide will have some hope though justice may never be part of their peace. I wish all refugees the best. I do agree though that some of the refugees coming into Canada are not refugees. I feel as though they simply didn’t want to stay in the USA for many reasons. Should we allow it? It’s most likely never going to come to a vote.
BEIRUT – Iran’s Supreme Leader called on Palestinians on Tuesday to pursue an uprising against Israel, suggesting the Israeli government was a “cancerous tumour” that should be confronted until Palestinians were completely liberated. “…
Intifada (انتفاضة ) is an Arabic word literally meaning, as a noun, “tremor”, “shivering”, “shuddering”. It is derived from an Arabic term nafada meaning “to shake”, “shake off”, “get rid of”, as a dog might shrug off water, or as one might shake off sleep, or dirt from one’s sandals, and is a key concept in contemporary Arabic usage referring to a legitimate uprising against oppression.
HAMAM AL-ALIL, Iraq — U.S.-backed Iraqi forces launched a major air-and-ground offensive Sunday to retake western Mosul from Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants and drive the extremist group from its last major urban bastion in Iraq.
Iraqi forces are very professional with all the training they received beginning in the Bush years. Obama also had specialists train Iraqi forces. The constant threat from suicide bombers didn’t deter new recruits from serving their country. It looks as though the outcome of taking ISIS from their land based operations may turn the efforts now against terror.
This is sad that the daughter of the President has to speak up for American‘s that do have a conscience but no voice. There must be a way of putting down the voices of Hate without women facing hate groups. In Canada it is the same that when women in politics are just there or speaking out then the controversy is too much. Ivanka is facing business troubles over protesters that I wouldn’t support myself on either side of the border.
Several Jewish community centres (JCC) across the United States were evacuated for a time on Monday after receiving bomb threats, the latest wave of threatened attacks against them this year, the national umbrella organization said.
City council is expected to vote today on making Montreal a sanctuary city, which would ensure people without status or documentation can access city services without fear of being reported to federal authorities. Mayor Denis Coderre, a former federal immigration minister, put forward the motion.
Canada is changing faster, and in more ways than most people realize. All you have to do is head to Montreal when you cross the border. I wonder if there will be an amnesty on some crimes which take place in Canada. It may be possible that we will see we forget about our extradition agreements with other NATO countries.
Someone will have to step-in to deal with protest movements. I don’t support these latest threats over Bill M 103. At first the articles I was seeing online suggested that the Bill was only to protect Muslim people from Harsh Words. Looking into traditional media made me look at it differently.
I feel a lot different lately about the internet after looking at inaccuracies. You may not get real news all the time by those who don’t cite sources. You may also have the problem of looking at propaganda used to just enforce an opinion.
Currently there are left wing and right wing groups with anarchist feelings towards their own country. I don’t support either though if you listen to their ideas you may lead down the wrong path. They will not tell you honest truths about their activities.
Right wing or left wing groups may try to convince you that they are politically connected people. They are not connected to legitimate activities on either side of the border. They also don’t have a plan which will help those in need or those who suffer discrimination even within their own cultural community.
Those comments are meant in regards to all left or right wing groups including white nationalists. I don’t speak out about Muslim people who I would also like to live without fear. ISIS is not supported by many Muslim people nor is Sharia Law accepted in many Canadian Muslim households.
Resolution 2334 was a case of bad judgement by the UN. I don’t see how Canada can back UN missions anymore. There has already been documented genocide where UN involvement or lack of involvement has led to many deaths. It looks like the USA isn’t going to stand by while it happens with Jews once again.
The Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership race is in the homestretch and front-runner Jason Kenney says he’s still running like he’s 10 votes behind, but he’s also looking past voting day. “I’m (now) on a month-long tour around the province to meet with as many elected PC delegates as I can,” said Kenney in an interview.
Tomorrow I will be casting my vote for the delegate who will vote in Jason Kenney. I wouldn’t become a delegate myself because of conflicting schedules etc. My support going into the campaign is unwavering.
For some time now that I have been on Facebook I find it hard to believe the mean spirited posting. I believed that Facebook and other social media was for networking with friends or those you would wish to befriend.
Blogging is a privilege not a guaranteed right so being responsible is a very good idea. The spillover from the USA is making it look like that online in Canada are either right wing or left wing terrorists. I believe that some of the posts should just be taken down while others should be investigated.
Bullying was something which was difficult for children in school. Now it has spread openly among youth and adults. Social Media is monitored very well since the Amanda Todd case as well as the Retaeh Parsons case. Watch what happens when those threatening politicians online ends up in court.
These matters receiving national attention may protect youth and others from online harassment. It is best to seek help when you face harassment.
Canadian domestic extremists are capable of orchestrating “serious acts” of political violence, according to a newly released federal intelligence report that blames such groups for nine bombings since 2004. The incidents catalogued in the “secret” report include attacks on Alberta oil pipelines and three bombings by a Quebec group called the Initiative de Résistance Internationaliste (IRI) that espouses a broad leftist agenda.
Law enforcement did handle many groups in Canada no matter what these groups thought their cause was. Only voting can cause change though you have to wait for elections for that to happen. The protests threats of violence or marches without proper conduct go against any possible gain those say they want to accomplish.
Bill M 103 will most likely go through because of the recent protests against Mosques and people of the Islamic faith. I don’t support any threats against anyone. The police tracked down and caught many who send threats online or through the mail.
Police say they are offering increased protection to a Liberal MP and are investigating potentially threatening messages sent to her office after she put forward a motion in the House of Commons condemning Islamophobia. Mississauga-Erin Mills MP Iqra Khalid tabled private member’s motion M-103 calling on the federal government to eliminate “Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination.”
Bill M 103 will most likely be successful after the threats and intimidation of this official. Violence against women is one of the most controversial topics in Canada despite how many protesters show up at politicians offices and homes.
Somehow I feel these threats are serious like the one’s on Alberta‘s premier who does have support. Threatening groups should be tried as a whole like belonging to a gang. Protesters as I have previously mentioned are wasting their time only voting or other diplomatic means work in today’s society.
In the USAIvanka Trump faces intimidation financially and verbally. Most protesters should have worked on a legitimate campaign in their respective area. That goes on both sides of the border.