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Zelenskyy Perturbed at Friend Trudeau

Kirkhill

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LNG should have been done decades ago. With Quebec in opposition going east seems unlikely. Would Churchill actually work? I wonder how long the attachment to Canada in rural BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and even Manitoba can last?
Check Poilievre Churchill Energy.
 

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LNG should have been done decades ago. With Quebec in opposition going east seems unlikely. Would Churchill actually work? I wonder how long the attachment to Canada in rural BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and even Manitoba can last?

As I understand it, we could even use US LNG facilities to ship Canadian product as long as we forge the right agreements.

But that would probably take some real negotiation skill on the part of an invisible Minister of International Trade, with zero industry expereince ;)

 

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As I understand it, we could even use US LNG facilities to ship Canadian product as long as we forge the right agreements.

But that would probably take some real negotiation skill on the part of an invisible Minister of International Trade, with zero industry expereince

LNG terminals that the Yanks are exploiting to their max and likely to charge a suitable fee... just like they charge on our oil and bitumen....

Face it. Trudeau has a hate on for the West. The Vancouvers excepted.
 

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Further to Churchill

LNG Export

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Bitumen CanaPux

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Export Sulfur at Vancouver - harvested from Western Canadian oil and gas wells

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First Nations are fully engaged through out the entire production, transport and distribution chain.

They used to trade beaver pelts out of Churchill. Now they want to trade minerals.
 

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The Government of Canada is working closely with British Columbia, other provinces and industry partners to create conditions to support the development of an LNG industry in Canada.

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Face it. Trudeau has a hate on for the West. The Vancouvers Tofino surf-zone excepted.
 

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It doesn't matter what Canadians, Indigenous Peoples, our allies, or anyone else wants:

It has always been about the LPC Brand. That Brand made a lot of promises in 2015 it will need to keep. The Brand has been adamant that Canada will turn its oil and gas industry into a Green powerhouse in record time, and it's coming up quick so why start funding g projects based on "dirty" fossil fuels?

The problem with this Brand is that it has become so detached from reality, but it's too big to fail. It doesn't matter that Europe is going to freeze to death in 2 Months; increasing our output of LNG is off Brand. The same is being done with the decrease fertilizer plan; it's an On -Brand policy that will cripple agriculture yields for negligible environmental benefits.

This all is parallel with a Foreign Affairs and Defence Policy that has no bearing or direction. It is almost isolationist in practice, as any efforts outside our borders; even in light of real time events, never strays from the "what's in it for us?" lines being fed constantly.

I honestly have no idea how there hasn't been a caucus revolt over half the things this government has done in its 7 years in power. I wonder how many 2 term MPs will decide they have nothing to lose (pension is locked in at 7) and tip over the apple cart on the way out.
 

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I honestly have no idea how there hasn't been a caucus revolt over half the things this government has done in its 7 years in power. I wonder how many 2 term MPs will decide they have nothing to lose (pension is locked in at 7) and tip over the apple cart on the way out.
Maybe because the caucus is almost cult like in behavior? Just a thought.....but the current LPC is more of a cult than a political party.
 

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Maybe because the caucus is almost cult like in behavior? Just a thought.....but the current LPC is more of a cult than a political party.

This reality helps them, too:

"The greater part of the population is not very intelligent, dreads responsibility, and desires nothing better than to be told what to do. Provided the rulers do not interfere with its material comforts and its cherished beliefs, it is perfectly happy to let itself be ruled." ~Aldous Huxley
 

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This.... this makes no sense whatsoever.

It does when we let one province hold our country's prosperity international reputation hostage and throw in a federal party with strong links to that province.

If you cant tell I am talking about Quebec.
It doesn't matter what Canadians, Indigenous Peoples, our allies, or anyone else wants:

It has always been about the LPC Brand. That Brand made a lot of promises in 2015 it will need to keep. The Brand has been adamant that Canada will turn its oil and gas industry into a Green powerhouse in record time, and it's coming up quick so why start funding g projects based on "dirty" fossil fuels?

The problem with this Brand is that it has become so detached from reality, but it's too big to fail. It doesn't matter that Europe is going to freeze to death in 2 Months; increasing our output of LNG is off Brand. The same is being done with the decrease fertilizer plan; it's an On -Brand policy that will cripple agriculture yields for negligible environmental benefits.

This all is parallel with a Foreign Affairs and Defence Policy that has no bearing or direction. It is almost isolationist in practice, as any efforts outside our borders; even in light of real time events, never strays from the "what's in it for us?" lines being fed constantly.

I honestly have no idea how there hasn't been a caucus revolt over half the things this government has done in its 7 years in power. I wonder how many 2 term MPs will decide they have nothing to lose (pension is locked in at 7) and tip over the apple cart on the way out.

It was this unyielding stupidity that got Wynn thrown out of office in Ontario.

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Because Canadians are insular and complacent. We will go on and on about hockey Canada scandal's and Tim Hortons new pizza but this is barely making a ripple. Fear not, the chickens will come home to roost; in fact I would say they are on their way.

 

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Meanwhile, on Canada's nationalized pipeline project, the irony flows (as well as the oil) to the sea ;)


Trans Mountain Expansion will fund Canada’s future clean economy​


The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that the Government of Canada has approved the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) and that every dollar the federal government earns from this project will be invested in Canada’s clean energy transition.

The environment and the economy go hand-in-hand. When we create prosperity today, we can invest in the clean jobs, technologies, and infrastructure of the future and help Canadians benefit from opportunities presented by a rapidly changing economy.

The key to creating prosperity is finding new markets for our businesses to sell their products and services. Nowhere is the need to diversify greater than for our energy sector, where 99 per cent of our conventional resources are sold to one market and often at large discounts. Canadians understand that we need to open up new international markets, in order to get a full and fair price, support workers and their families, and foster competitiveness.

 

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You know I am not even blaming Trudeau anymore. He is just following his orders and getting it done. He in all honesty is getting the program done. Better than all the others doing also.

Now everything he is doing is totally not in the best interest of the country Canada but that really is not his top priority nor his concern. I wish other parties leaders when in power could move the needle so much. The country will be very different after he leaves.
 

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You know I am not even blaming Trudeau anymore. He is just following his orders and getting it done. He in all honesty is getting the program done. Better than all the others doing also.

Now everything he is doing is totally not in the best interest of the country Canada but that really is not his top priority nor his concern. I wish other parties leaders when in power could move the needle so much. The country will be very different after he leaves.

The best thing that could happen right now is that somebody offers him a job with the UN or the WEF.
 

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Further to Churchill


Bitumen CanaPux

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Export Sulfur at Vancouver - harvested from Western Canadian oil and gas wells



First Nations are fully engaged through out the entire production, transport and distribution chain.

They used to trade beaver pelts out of Churchill. Now they want to trade minerals.
They were just getting ready to do a test shipment using specialised containers of those pucks when I was last in Prince Rupert.

Another western Canada innovation is bespoke grain shipments, where say a food manufacturer in India wants a particular type of grain for their product, goes online and buys a container load from a farmer in Canada, then it's shipped in a container to Prince Rupert and sent straight to India, bypassing the Grain Cartels who control the worlds grain supply routes.
 

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They were just getting ready to do a test shipment using specialised containers of those pucks when I was last in Prince Rupert.

Another western Canada innovation is bespoke grain shipments, where say a food manufacturer in India wants a particular type of grain for their product, goes online and buys a container load from a farmer in Canada, then it's shipped in a container to Prince Rupert and sent straight to India, bypassing the Grain Cartels who control the worlds grain supply routes.
God, I hope that website has a nifty name like wheatBay…
 

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It does when we let one province hold our country's prosperity international reputation hostage and throw in a federal party with strong links to that province.

If you cant tell I am talking about Quebec.




Because Canadians are insular and complacent. We will go on and on about hockey Canada scandal's and Tim Hortons new pizza but this is barely making a ripple. Fear not, the chickens will come home to roost; in fact I would say they are on their way.

not as long as the balance of power lies with the NDP. They will back the liberals
 
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