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First Nations Prisoner Describes Human Rights Violations at Grand Valley Institution

Posted on 14 April 2019

(JPP) -- It is my hope that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will follow through with his “promise” to Indigenous people across Canada, which includes seeing through an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. I have personally been a walking target on the streets and in every jail that I have been in. Therefore, I know first-hand how discrimination and violence affect people like ...

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10 Priorities Against the Conservative Punishment Agenda on Federally Sentenced Women

Posted on 14 April 2019

(JPP) - Life in a federal penitentiary is extremely challenging and tedious. We are removed from our friends, families and communities, and placed into a restrictive, oppressive environment. One of the primary purposes of prison is to rehabilitate and assist in our eventual reintegration into the community. However, once the Conservative government came into power under Prime Minister Stephan ...

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White Like The Sun - Suggests Mass Alien Abduction from Old Earth

Posted on 04 April 2019

Recently. I heard a kid utter the phrase "White like the Sun!". Do you remember when we used to have a warm soft glowing distinctively yellow sun?

Indeed, last spring was the last time I distinctively saw our former very warm yellow sun which also oddly had another secondary yellow "dot" beside it which reminded me of allegations that some researchers made about "Planet X" of the " ...

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Inuit Strikes Fresh Deals with Mining Companies to Boost Employment

Posted on 25 March 2019

A new wave of mine expansions happening in Nunavut is expected to bring along with it a lot of jobs and economic spinoffs says a report on CTVNews. "Inuit are very eager and wanting to participate in the economy," said P.J. Akeeagok of the Qikiqtani Inuit Association. The associationhad just in recent times, signed an agreement with a mining company that has a billion-dollar expansion prop ...

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Toronto: City Officials Demolish a Homeless Camp

Posted on 20 March 2019

Toronto City officials, have demolished a makeshift homeless camp located under the Gardiner Expressway in downtown Toronto, says a report on The Star. The camp had been set up on Lake Shore Blvd. West near Lower Simcoe and city workers were seen recently, rummaging through personal belongings of the homeless residents of the camp, such as their bikes, blankets, plastic containers, mats, and ...

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Google Edits Out 2 of 3 Photo Indexes of Alien Base at Zeeman Crater

Posted on 20 March 2019

An alien base shot on the Moon and found on Google Earth is “100 percent proof” of a conspiracy to hide evidence of extra-terrestrial activity, says UFO expert Scott C Waring, who runs the website UFO Sightings Daily. “I was exploring Google map when I found the infamous ET base at Zeeman crater. I was astonished that Google had not deleted it yet. Google had already deleted the ET b ...

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SNC-Lavalin Scam Was Never About Saving Canadian Jobs

Posted on 20 March 2019

Nearly everyone now knows the story of how Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould, has alleged that she was unduly pressured by Trudeau and other senior officials to offer a remediation agreement to SNC-Lavalin. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to deny that any inappropriate pressure was put on former Attorney General Jody-Wilson Raybould to intervene in the case. He rather claims i ...

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Failure Looms: Trudeau’s Lav-Scam Snowballs, as Federal Elections Approach

Posted on 20 March 2019

The governing federal liberals are likely to lose their party status, the same way Kathleen Wynne’s Ontario Liberals, lost theirs, says Andre Marin, writing for the Toronto Sun. The only way to avoid this, writes the columnist, is for Justin Trudeau to“check his ego at the door.” In addition to dropping his ego, Trudeau was also advised to own up and concede that he and his allies messe ...

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Woman Learns She may Lose Home after New Brunswick Medicare Refuses to cover U.S. cancer surgery

Posted on 13 March 2019

Marilyn Steele, a 73-year-old woman from New Brunswick, who recently underwent a life-saving cancer surgery has been told she may have to lose her home as the province of New Brunswick has refused to pay a $144,000 bill for the surgery. According to the report on Yahoo, this refusal stems from the fact that the surgery was performed in the U.S. rather than in Canada. The surgery was done i ...

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Scientists Begin to Question Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, Look for Other Possible Origins of Life

Posted on 13 March 2019

More than 1,000 scientists have joined a growing movement to challenge the prevailing evolutionary theory. The movement consists of a list of names of scientists who have signed a 32-word statement agreeing to question Darwin’s evolution theory, the statement reads: “We are sceptical of claims for the ability of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of lif ...