Archive for June, 2013

The Secret Agreement That Will Ruin Your Life

June 27, 2013

Canadian organizations demanding answers on govt.’s secret spying

June 25, 2013

‘Be The Voice’

June 25, 2013

Devastating Floods Wreak Havoc in Alberta, Canada

June 25, 2013

Flooded Calgary Could Be Sans Power for Months

June 24, 2013

Calgary, the heart of Canada’s energy sector, could be without power for weeks or even months in the wake of floods that have forced 100,000 people from their homes and killed at least four. In the aftermath of the floods, the worst in the province of Alberta’s history, “we are facing an absolutely gargantuan task,” to restore power and infrastructure, a city official says. The heavy rain was blamed for a 750-barrel spill from an oil pipeline in the north of the province, Reuters reports.

At Least 50% of Aboriginal Children Live in Poverty in Canada

June 22, 2013

Wearing a mask at a ‘riot’ is now a crime

June 21, 2013

A bill that bans the wearing of masks during a riot or unlawful assembly and carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence with a conviction of the offence became law today.

Bill C-309, a private member’s bill introduced by Conservative MP Blake Richards in 2011, passed third reading in the Senate on May 23 and was proclaimed law during a royal assent ceremony in the Senate this afternoon.

Canadians jump on Trudeau bandwagon, poll shows

June 20, 2013

MONTREAL — A new poll shows the federal Liberals continue to pound the Conservatives, with Canadians saying for the first time leader Justin Trudeau would make a better prime minister then Stephen Harper.

According to a new Léger Marketing poll, 27 per cent of Canadians now think Trudeau would be a better prime minister than Harper, who has a score of 23 per cent.

New Democratic Party Leader Thomas Mulcair is seen as the best prime minister by 14 per cent.

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Canadian corruption and crack smoking mayors

June 20, 2013

Keystone XL Activists Labeled Possible Eco-Terrorists in Internal TransCanada Documents

June 14, 2013


Documents recently obtained by Bold Nebraska show that TransCanada – owner of the hotly-contested Keystone XL (KXL)tar sands pipeline – has colluded with an FBI/DHS Fusion Center in Nebraska, labeling non-violent activists as possible candidates for “terrorism” charges and other serious criminal charges.

Further, the language in some of the documents is so vague that it could also ensnare journalists, researchers and academics, as well.