Letters and Editorials
Letters and Editorials

A call for free movement between Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand

Posted on 18 December 2018

The four countries listed above have a good number of things in common. They speak the same language, they have the same common law legal system, with the same respect for human rights. The parliamentary systems of each of these four countries are very similar. The same thing goes with their identical Westminster style. Even their economic growth rates are very close and similar too. Looking ...

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All of Donald Trump’s life under serious investigation

Posted on 18 December 2018

Being the leader of one of the most powerful countries in the world is a great responsibility but unfortunately it also includes a lot of eyes and ears into every single thingthat you do and misdo. Among all the candidates who have headed the White House, President Donald Trump seems to gain the highest notoriety for his forbidden and scandalous acts with a good number of criminal cases again ...

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Osgoode Hall Professional LLM Programs Harbour Institutionalized Racism

Posted on 15 December 2018

Many people might consider Osgoode Hall to be Canada's top law school.
I used to all think that way, until I had applied there.
Never have a seen such a racist place anywhere in Canada that so lacked accountability.
I mean, it seems they don't mind if you're black and from Africa or some other race from abroad so they can charge you way more than the locals.
That way ...

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How to Get News Coverage: Hire an Investigative Journalist

Posted on 15 December 2018

Getting news coverage can prove to be a herculean task.  Many times if the mainstream media is to be relied on, getting accurate news might almost be impossible. And this is so because the mainstream media ignores much information which ends up being vital to the news as a whole. Investigative journalists do not only specialize in providing news coverage, but they also have an excitin ...

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Mandela Effect: Time Travel Alters JFK Assasination

Posted on 08 December 2018

My fellow human beings.  Many of us would consider Global Warming as the most pressing issue facing.
But it's apparent that we as humans may have a far more critical issue to face.
It seems that some form of time travel is polluting our time line and creating what has become popularly known as the "Mandela Effect".
In the JFK Assassination that many of us remember there were only ...

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Gatineau: Racist Police Strike Again

Posted on 26 October 2018

Are you seeking to find cops who have no problems stopping black people for no good reason?

This includes stopping black people who according to Gatineau Police "walk funny".

Yes, you heard me right.  A couple of racist Gatineau cops stopped me just for that reason in downtown Gatineau last week.

Well, if you're in the market for hiring some racist cops, ple ...

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When Justice is only for the Rich

Posted on 18 September 2018

Too poor to afford a lawyer, but not poor enough to qualify for legal aid, this has been the situation for several years for thousands of people living in Canada. Hourly rates for Canadian lawyers could go as high as $450, which means a five-day long civil litigation is very much guaranteed to break the bank for the average middle-income earner and according to reports on cbc.ca, is “roughl ...

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CAQ's Attack on English-Speakers Exposes Corruption Behind Federal Bilingual Policy

Posted on 09 September 2018

A Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) government would give new immigrants three years to learn French, or else leave the province, according to party leader Francois Legault.

Legault explained that newcomers would be issued a temporary certificate, and would then have three years to take free French classes and pass a basic test.

The CAQ government is concerned that with the arrival of n ...

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7 Ways To Get Involved in Local Politics And Protect Democracy

Posted on 05 September 2018

(NC) Many of us are increasingly dismayed by the erosion of democracy. Sometimes, we don’t realize what has happened until it’s too late and that’s a little like closing the barn door after the cows have escaped. Sometimes it can feel that we have little power, and perhaps on a large scale, that is true. But where citizens can truly have an impact is at the grassroots level, whe ...

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Gmail AI Now Has Reply Ready for Emails Before You Do!

Posted on 05 September 2018

I predict sometime in the future Gmail will scan your email and have suggested replies ready.

Oh, I`m sorry.  That won't be in the future.

That is now!

Today I just checked out the new version of Gmail.

But when I "clicked" to see one email message to me, Google's Artificial Intelligence (A9) was already suggesting the following replies:

"Thank you!"< ...