If any aggressive action were to be directed at Canada by a bad actor, we would be lost. We are incapable of defending our citizens or our country. Our natural democratic allies are abandoning us because of the inept leadership we are burdened with and the inexplicable policies that our so-called leadership have adopted. We would stand alone. In this troubled world, this is not the ideal place to find oneself.
It is a time to stay close to friends and allies and to present a united front against the evil that is exploding all around us.
We desperately need an election to bring Canada back into the world, out of the darkness, into the light.
SUSPICIOUSLY TIMED REPORT
Re: Income gap between new immigrants and all Canadians shrunk by half in four years: PBO, online, Jan. 12
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is currently under serious criticism because of all the new immigrants he has brought in. This was done during an affordable housing shortage, a health-care crisis, school class sizes already maxed out and the stretched social service safety net and food banks struggling to meet demands.
The report above seems impeccably timed to provide cover to Trudeau for his mass immigration policies. What is indeed puzzling is that for many decades new immigrants have seriously lagged behind Canadians when it comes to earned income.
It would be interesting to know how this drastic change happened with such massive new intake numbers over the four years referenced in the report.
I’ve got five tickets to paradise
C’mon and take a free ride
You can always get what you want
Like ’70s Canuck rockers Max Webster sang,
A million vacations is what you’ve got in mind!
HOW MANY BLACKOUTS IN FUTURE?
Pretty cold out, eh? If Albertans hit their maximum electrical capacity during the current cold snap, which it was expected could result in short electrical blackouts, what are they and other Canadian provinces going to do when millions and millions of electric vehicles have to recharged?
Better start building new hydro electric dams now before it’s too late.
ROBERT J. MOSKAL
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