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Justin Trudeau Joins Condemnation of Donald Trump Over Immigrant Detentions

Posted on 21 June 2018

Although U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order to stop separating children from their parents as they cross the border, he still is being widely criticized.  Indeed trying to reunite the families torn apart will not be easy. As Global’s Tim Sargeant reports above, the criticism of the White House policy from around the world and here in Canada continues.  Prime Mi ...

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Anthony Bourdain's suiciding Illuminates Contracts With Manipulative Aliens

Posted on 21 June 2018

There have been quite a few "conspiracy" videos online regarding Anthony Bourdain's alleged "suciding".  But the above video might be among the most illuminating.  Specifically the videographer links Anthony Bourdain mysterious "suicide" to his apparent passionate critical awakening to the world around us and his desire to share that awakening with other humans.

The mysterious sui ...

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Upwork.com: Activities Suggest Racism Against Black Freelancers

Posted on 20 June 2018

Upwork seems to be a great platform for employers and freelancers alike.  On the freelance side, photos are displayed of each freelancer along with their skills.  But one thing I noticed about this site is that although there are photos featured of freelancers of diverse skin colours, I saw few black people and particularly black males.  I thought that this may be a coincidence unti ...

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Scientists Create Half Human - Half Chicken Embryos

Posted on 16 June 2018

A couple of weeks ago, the famous British online newspaper The Daily Mail released a very interesting article about an alarming experiment that took place recently in secret laboratories in the United States. According to this article, scientists have created “half chicken – half human embryos” in order to understand the way stem cells transform into a foetus. “Scientists in N ...

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Andrea Horwarth: Ontario NDP Could Have Won With a More Pleasant Leader

Posted on 14 June 2018

Ontario's NDP had thought that there was a strong possibility that they and not Doug Ford's PCs could have won the election.  Many media pundits blame for the loss the way in which rural and urban ridings are divided favouring more conservative parts of Ontario.  However, there's one big reason that media pundits have failed to mention.

Andrea Horwarth is in no way a congenial ND ...

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Canadian Jews and Muslims Join Together Against Israeli Injustice

Posted on 14 June 2018

Over 2,500 Jews, Christians, Muslims and people from all walks of lives in Toronto joined millions of protestors in over 800 cities to condemn the israeli war crimes against the indigenous Palestinian population. The protestors expressed their solidarity with the 7.2 million refugees who have been forced out of their homes by the Zionist extremist settlers, who believe that they have a religious r ...

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Anthony Bourdain's Tragedy Incites Concerns Over Demonic Aliens

Posted on 12 June 2018

More and more videos on YouTube are surfacing about allegations that Anthony Bourdain was "suicided" by demonic aliens that have seized the minds of various human hosts.  According to John Lash, the ancient Pagan Gnostics had discovered archons as the "humanized face of aliens" to have infiltrated elite levels of various organizations.  David Icke suggests that such manipulative aliens h ...

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Geoffrey Kelley Leaves Quebec's Liberal Government

Posted on 12 June 2018

Geoffrey Kelley, who has represented the West Island for more than two decades in the Quebec National Assembly, announced Monday, 11 June 2018 that he's leaving provincial politics.

During his time in office, he earned a reputation as a promoter of various West Island projects and was instrumental in drawing up Quebec's assisted dying legislation.

But his work as minister of native a ...

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Trump's World View: G-7 Diplomatic Invasion Re-Kindles War of 1812 like Passions

Posted on 12 June 2018

The House of Commons passed a unanimous motion on Monday 11 June 2018 to “stand in solidarity with the government of Canada” on its decision to impose retaliatory tariffs, and reject any personal attacks from the Donald Trump's White House against "mild and meek" Canadians.  The last time Parliament may have been so united against U.S. behaviour might have been the War of 1812 when the Am ...

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Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival is Back for a Summer of Celebrations

Posted on 12 June 2018

Toronto’s biggest street festival returns to the city July 8 - August 12

TORONTO, Ont. (June 11, 2018) - Canada’s largest cultural celebration is set to make its way back to Toronto this summer, bringing an expanded line-up of Caribbean-themed events, food and entertainment.

Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival will kick off its 51st year celebrating Caribbean culture in Toro ...