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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1050 on: March 14, 2018, 14:56:43 »
I've never attended a Pride Parade and it's a Crown Royal bag, not a leather thong. :orly:
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1051 on: March 14, 2018, 18:19:59 »
I've never attended a Pride Parade and it's a Crown Royal bag, not a leather thong. :orly:

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1052 on: March 14, 2018, 21:37:39 »
Seriously though, a person should have the right to their opinion, on anything to anyone.

The caveat though is that you need to be prepared to accept the consequences. Whether HRC or a punch in the face.

If I complained, as a kid, that someone was calling me names, I was told 'sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me, and to suck it up and ignore it. Or put an end to it myself.
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1053 on: March 15, 2018, 19:08:01 »
https://www.spencerfernando.com/2018/03/15/appalling-trudeau-government-no-plan-theyre-spending-186-7-billion-infrastructure-money/

APPALLING: Trudeau Government Has NO PLAN For How They’re Spending $186.7 BILLION In Infrastructure Money

Spencer Fernando March 15, 2018

"Parliamentary Budget Officer says the government is not providing the details needed on how so much money is planned to be spent.

"The Trudeau Liberals have made a big deal about their “historic investments” in infrastructure.

"Now however, the Parliamentary Budget Officer says the Trudeau government has no plan on how to spend a whopping $186.7 BILLION in proposed infrastructure money.

"As noted by the CP, “Parliamentary budget officer Jean-Denis Frechette says the Liberals don’t yet have a plan for how the federal government will spend $186.7 billion in infrastructure money over the next 12 years.”"

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1054 on: March 15, 2018, 19:18:35 »
https://www.spencerfernando.com/2018/03/15/unity-is-our-strength/

Unity Is Our Strength

Spencer Fernando March 15, 2018

"Canadians must be united around core values and a shared historic legacy, and we must not let our nation become a platform for the fights and grievances of foreign lands.

"A nation without unity is not really a nation at all. It’s simply a collection of people who happen to share the same territory.

"Unfortunately, that is increasingly what Canada is becoming."

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1055 on: March 15, 2018, 19:35:08 »
https://www.spencerfernando.com/2018/03/15/unity-is-our-strength/

Unity Is Our Strength

Spencer Fernando March 15, 2018

"Canadians must be united around core values and a shared historic legacy, and we must not let our nation become a platform for the fights and grievances of foreign lands.

"A nation without unity is not really a nation at all. It’s simply a collection of people who happen to share the same territory.

"Unfortunately, that is increasingly what Canada is becoming."

This seems to be about 180 degrees different from  this Liberal Majority government who purport that "Diversity is our Strength"
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1056 on: March 15, 2018, 19:40:25 »
Yes.

Mr Fernando is no more a Trudeau fan than I am.

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1057 on: March 16, 2018, 00:57:12 »
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1058 on: March 16, 2018, 18:15:18 »
The fuss about gender identity pronouns is just a variation of "face" games: one group trying to set the terms by which another group will kowtow/engage.

The pronouns are third person.  It isn't usual for people in a conversation to refer to parties present in the third person.  Parties not present at a conversation have no right or privilege to dictate how they are referenced, including no authority to forbid name-calling.
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1059 on: March 16, 2018, 20:22:01 »
So he just finished a 8 day holiday in India and now he's off again.................

http://nationalpost.com/news/politics/as-trudeau-vacations-in-florida-details-are-once-again-scarce




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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1060 on: March 16, 2018, 20:51:04 »
So he just finished a 8 day holiday in India and now he's off again.................

http://nationalpost.com/news/politics/as-trudeau-vacations-in-florida-details-are-once-again-scarce




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Since when is a state visit (ie India) a vacation?
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1061 on: March 16, 2018, 20:54:39 »
Since when is a state visit (ie India) a vacation?
When you only spend 1 day actually doing state business.

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1062 on: March 16, 2018, 21:03:54 »
When you only spend 1 day actually doing state business.
1/2 a day. 

What will he dress up like this time?

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1063 on: March 16, 2018, 21:15:17 »
1/2 a day. 

What will he dress up like this time?

Really.  This doesn't look like 1/2 of a day to me. Apologies in advance for introducing facts into the opinion bukake-fest



Itinerary for Friday, February 23, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario - February 22, 2018
Note: All times local

Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Friday, February 23, 2018:

New Delhi, India

9 a.m. The Prime Minister will attend an official greeting ceremony.

Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidential Palace)

Note for media:

Open coverage
9:30 a.m. The Prime Minister will participate in a wreath laying ceremony.

Raj Ghat (Gandhi Memorial)

Note for media:

Open coverage
10:15 a.m. The Prime Minister will meet with the Minister of External Affairs of India, Sushma Swaraj.

Taj Diplomatic Enclave Hotel

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
12 p.m. The Prime Minister will meet with the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.

Hyderabad House

Closed to media

12:30 p.m. The Prime Minister, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Navdeep Bains, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chrystia Freeland, the Minister of Defence, Harjit Sajjan, the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, Amarjeet Sohi, the Minister of Science and Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, Kirsty Duncan, and the Minister of Small Business and Tourism, Bardish Chagger will hold an expanded bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of India.

Conference Room, Main Floor
Hyderabad House

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
1:15 p.m. The Prime Minister will participate in an exchange of agreements ceremony with the Prime Minister of India and will deliver remarks.

Ballroom, 2nd Floor
Hyderabad House

Note for media:

Open coverage
2:45 p.m. The Prime Minister will participate in a roundtable with Chief Executive Officers.

Taj Diplomatic Enclave Hotel

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
5 p.m. The Prime Minister will meet with the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind.

Morning Room, Ground Floor
Rashtrapi Bhavan (Presidential Palace)

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
6:30 p.m. The Prime Minister will hold a media availability.

Nizwan Room, 1st Floor
Taj Diplomatic Enclave Hotel

Note for media:

Open coverage

Itinerary for Thursday, February 22, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario - February 21, 2018
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Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Thursday, February 22, 2018:

New Delhi, India

9:30 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Jama Masjid Mosque.

Jama Masjid Mosque

Note for media:

Open coverage and pooled photo opportunity

10 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Sacred Heart Church.

Sacred Heart Church

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity

11:30 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit a cricket pitch.

Note for media:

Open coverage

3 p.m. The Prime Minister will deliver remarks at the Canada-India Business Summit.

Taj Diplomatic Enclave Hotel

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Open coverage

Itinerary for Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario - February 20, 2018
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Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Wednesday, February 21, 2018:

Amritsar, India

11:20 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple).

Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple)

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity
12:45 p.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Partition Museum.

Partition Museum

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity
1:50 p.m. The Prime Minister will meet with the Chief Minister of Punjab, Amarinder Singh. 

Taj Swarna Hotel

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Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
Delhi, India

4:45 p.m. The Prime Minister will hold a media availability. 

Nizwan Room, 1st Floor
Taj Diplomatic Enclave

Note for media:

Open coverage

Itinerary for Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario - February 20, 2018
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Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Wednesday, February 21, 2018:

Amritsar, India

11:20 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple).

Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple)

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity
12:45 p.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Partition Museum.

Partition Museum

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity
1:50 p.m. The Prime Minister will meet with the Chief Minister of Punjab, Amarinder Singh. 

Taj Swarna Hotel

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
Delhi, India

4:45 p.m. The Prime Minister will hold a media availability. 

Nizwan Room, 1st Floor
Taj Diplomatic Enclave

Note for media:

Open coverage

Itinerary for Monday, February 19, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario - February 18, 2018
Note: All times local

Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Monday, February 19, 2018:

Ahmedabad, India

10:05 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will arrive in Ahmedabad, India.

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport

Note for media:

Photo opportunity upon arrival
10:45 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Sabarmati Ashram.

Gandhi Ashram

Note for media:

Open coverage and pooled photo opportunity
11:45 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple.

Akshardham Temple

Note for media:

Open coverage and pooled photo opportunity
3 p.m. The Prime Minister will participate in an armchair discussion on education and investment opportunities at the Indian Institute of Management.

Indian Institute of Management

Note for media:

Open coverage
4:45 p.m. The Prime Minister will meet with the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Vijay Rupani.

Boardroom, Ground Floor
Gujarat State Aviation Infrastructure Company Ltd (GUJSAIL)
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity at the beginning of the meeting
Mumbai, India

6:30 p.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will arrive in Mumbai, India.

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

Note for media:

Photo opportunity upon arrival
7:50 p.m. The Prime Minister will hold a media availability.

Chambers Lawn
Taj Mahal Palace

Note for media:

Open coverage

Ottawa, Ontario - February 17, 2018
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Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Sunday, February 18, 2018:

Agra, India

9:50 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will arrive in Agra, India.

Agra Airport

Note for media:

Photo opportunity upon arrival
10:40 a.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will visit the Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal

Note for media:

Open coverage and pooled photo opportunity
New Delhi, India

5 p.m. The Prime Minister will participate in a roundtable discussion with civil society leaders.

Taj Diplomatic Enclave Hotel

Note for media:

Pooled photo opportunity



Itinerary for Saturday, February 17, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario - February 16, 2018
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Itinerary for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for Saturday, February 17, 2018:

New Delhi, India

3:50 p.m. The Prime Minister and Ms. Grégoire Trudeau will arrive in New Delhi, India.

Indira Ghandi International Airport

Note for media:

Photo opportunity upon arrival
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1064 on: March 16, 2018, 22:57:06 »
Most frequently used phrase: “Pooled Photo Opportunity”.  I am willing to give the guy a break, but in reality he took a photo op vacation with his family and cloaked it under the guise of conducting business. Guess what, except for Indo-Canadians, experience informs Canadian businesses that they want as little to with India as possible. Despite its huge population, the fact is that India is a corrupt nationalistic country that insists on eventual domestication of all business conducted between that country and its trading partners.

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1065 on: March 16, 2018, 23:32:25 »
Sounds like a pretty full schedule. Not only meetings, but I'll bet the pre meeting brief, coaching and coordinating also takes a crap load of time.

Kinda makes you wonder where he found the time for selfies and dancing. If it wasn't a vacation, why were Sophie and the kids along on such a busy trip? Why should we be paying for them?  I also would like to know who paid for the costumes. Or why he brought a convicted terrorist on a business trip. If it was business, why was the trade minister left at home? Given the deal our PM got, that sounded like another mistake he, alone, is responsible for.

The fight between him and Jagmeet Singh for the Sikh terrorist vote should be interesting.
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1066 on: March 17, 2018, 08:47:50 »
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  If it was business, why was the trade minister left at home?


What? Really?


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The fight between him and Jagmeet Singh for the Sikh terrorist vote should be interesting.
Yea that's kinda weird. Well to me it is. To politicians probably not.
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1067 on: March 17, 2018, 13:55:10 »
The fight between him and Jagmeet Singh for the Sikh terrorist vote should be interesting.

Mr Singh seems to be trying to distance himself from that group on one hand, but on the other appears to be hedging his bets:

NDP leader says Canada should declare anti-Sikh violence in 1984 a genocide
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1068 on: March 18, 2018, 11:46:29 »
Mr Singh seems to be trying to distance himself from that group on one hand, but on the other appears to be hedging his bets:

NDP leader says Canada should declare anti-Sikh violence in 1984 a genocide
In the article cited, Singh presumes to speak for India's Hindu majority by stating that he "believes labelling the event a genocide will help bring peace between Hindus and Sikhs."  There's no explanation of how or why that peace may come about; I figure it's more likely to cheer up the Sikhs -- particularly giving additional ammo for the separatists -- while infuriating the Hindus, and adding more to their current anti-Canadian sentiment.


If there's no objection from the author, I'd recommend a recent blog post from E.R. Campbell, entitled "Stay out of separatists’ beds or get out of national politics." 

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1069 on: March 18, 2018, 12:09:49 »
If what happened in India was a genocide, it was a pretty piss poor attempt at one. That word gets tossed around pretty liberally (see what I did there?  8) ) these days.
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1070 on: March 18, 2018, 12:30:40 »
http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/saskatchewan-alberta-bc-pipeline-trans-mountain-expansion-1.4580650

Saskatchewan would support Alberta's decision to turn off oil taps

Premier Moe says Saskatchewan won't help source oil for Canada if Alberta decides to cut supply

By Elise von Scheel, CBC News Posted: Mar 17, 2018 4:00 AM ET Last Updated: Mar 17, 2018 4:00 AM ET

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he'll stand by Alberta if the province decides to restrict oil exports to pressure British Columbia to abandon its opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

Moe said he would "absolutely" encourage Rachel Notley, his Alberta counterpart, to cut off domestic exports of its oil.

"If the fuel tanks start to run dry because Premier Notley has turned the tap off, it won't be Saskatchewan filling them up," the premier told CBC Radio's The House.

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1071 on: March 18, 2018, 19:47:44 »
It will be the NE and SE of BC that suffers, Vancouver already gets most of it's feedstock from the US. The NW will be able to get fuel & oil from Alaska and truck/rail to the Prince George. those are the only 2 refineries. Also not sure how much legal clout the government has to interfere with fuel and oil sales?

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1072 on: March 18, 2018, 21:34:15 »
On the sunny side of thing, BC won't have to give Trudeau so much carbon tax.
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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1073 on: March 18, 2018, 23:16:55 »
It will be the NE and SE of BC that suffers, Vancouver already gets most of it's feedstock from the US. The NW will be able to get fuel & oil from Alaska and truck/rail to the Prince George. those are the only 2 refineries. Also not sure how much legal clout the government has to interfere with fuel and oil sales?

It's not my area of expertise, but this article states 90% of Vancouver's oil comes from AB.

http://nationalpost.com/news/canada/how-alberta-could-sow-gas-price-armageddon-in-vancouver

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Re: Politics in 2018
« Reply #1074 on: March 19, 2018, 10:34:32 »
Scheer’s delight? If an election were held tomorrow, CPC could have a shot at majority government

Majority of Canadians disapprove of Justin Trudeau for the first time since he became Prime Minister


March 19, 2018 –  The passage of time appears to have done nothing to soothe Canadian voters irritated with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau since his highly criticized passage to India last month.

This, combined with a simmering unease among the electorate over the federal government’s deficit spending has, for the first time, driven Trudeau’s disapproval rating north of 50 per cent.

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http://angusreid.org/federal-issues-march2018/
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