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I was strolling along Jasper Avenue on a warm summer's Saturday afternoon with the sidewalks packed with shoppers. Those were the days in Edmonton when hundreds of independent businesses lined both sides of Jasper Avenue along with the side streets. The working crowd would take a lunch break in t...

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Government includes all of them. Federal, Provincial, City, Town, Municipal, Committees, Senate, Crown Corporations, First Nations Corporations, Cabinet posts and some I likely forgot.   As promised in an earlier article here is the rest of the story. We live in an illusion created by the giant...

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Fellow members of these organizations thank you for breaking every promise you made to future generations after World War II.*   You agreed to the following from the United Nations Charter   WE THE PEOPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS DETERMINED* to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war...

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 by Dennis Cambly                           I see it as the most racist and discriminatory move as a part of the West Valley Line through the neighborhoods in West Jasper Place. The LRT or trolley car aka Bus on Rails will plow down Stony Plain Road effectively killing ever...

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by Dennis Cambly As we move towards the Edmonton municipal election I could not help notice how the media coverage has been next to none. There is never any talk about the economic side or as we may call it how much does the Mayor and Council spend each year. What projects get the majority of th...

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau - a rock and a hard place The Paris attacks are being played as though no one in the world has seen anything so outrageous. Big media are ringing the alarms by the minute. Social networks have people decorating their profiles with the colors of the French flag. A cl...

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  Pride Week began organizing when a few Gay men and Lesbians met in 1975   The story about a group called Shades of Color (SoC) protested at the opening of the Pride Week Parade in 2018 was a sad day. After decades of being attacked during every Pride Parade by evangelical pastors and their f...

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What do we get when we vote these miserable bastards to office? We expect the politicians to act in a civilized manner. We are bored of your pathetic attempts to pour propaganda down our throats. Promises you made to us and every citizen on this planet are expected to be kept. Did our families b...

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Every Canadian should beware you are using American corporations to post your thoughts about the upcoming election in October. Twitter began purging individual Canadian accounts at a high rate in August 2019. Suspended, temporary suspension, temporary restricted or banned are common attacks on C...

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The definition of a green economy is as elusive as the name itself. It appears to be divided somewhere between a green environment and green economy. In this article we will be looking at how Canada is doing today with a peek into the future. I consider every person living in Canada a Canadian wh...

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Most of the Canadian media are quoting an $80 million dollar a day loss for Canadian oil over these last three months of 2018. Whether you are one of the anti-oil groups or someone searching why the price dropped the facts go much deeper. We need to let our minds go to the year 2014 when Pres...

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Canada Pension unglued The recent announcement from the Liberal Government under PM Justin Trudeau on the Canada Pension Plan left people feeling confused. This article covers Canada Pension for anyone working in the Private Sector. Public sector pensions are offered and run separately. During...

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We have the best, we are the best, we are the west, we enslave other countries, we love their inexpensive labor costs, we are intelligent, we always win, we pollute the most, we drink water from plastic bottles, we have the best movies, we have the best video games and we spend billions of dollar...

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Where do you find out about Canada on any of our media? The CBC might hand out some snooze news from time to time once they get passed their bias coverage. What's the point of having another panel of those dreaded experts when they work for another media source? Give a group of us former broadcas...

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"the plan is overly bureaucratic and complex" We are fooled into believing our elected officials operate the government. You should know it is far from the truth. Every form of government, everywhere, runs the show from behind the scenes. Do you pay taxes to multiple government run agencies? Yo...

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The people of Alberta should know about the environmental disaster you and the NDP government inherited from the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta. A name change let's them pretentiously forget the damage done by their policies.  It is a bloody shame there are Albertans making comments ...

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All the conversations and articles being written about so-called Net Neutrality have missed an important piece of the puzzle. A very good example about Net Neutrality was published by Bloomberg. It gives a general overview from a US perspective - Tim Wu, a law professor and author, argued that n...

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  No end in Sight There have been many announcements about the end of coal-fired electricity in Alberta over the last two years. On the surface it sounds great to reduce the toxic pollution created by coal. Coal plants are a major source of air pollution, releasing pollutants such as: cadmium, l...

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You are giving the world a show better than any drama. President-elect Donald Trump is the winner. He was picked apart by mainstream media in a way unbecoming of a democracy. While the media, all of it owned by a few moguls, were tearing him apart people began listening to him. President Trump ...

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You are about to read a true story of a covert action taken against a Canadian citizen by the Liberal Party of Canada under former Prime Minister Paul Martin. He gave orders to do whatever is necessary to destroy or rid Canada of a lone journalist who wrote against the attack on Iraq. The proof ...

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