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Alberta

Alberta’s Premier says the provincial govt is shutting down the Temporary Foreign Worker Program for Albertans to ‘come first’

On Monday, Alberta’s Premier Jason Kenney announced that the government of Alberta will be shutting down the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in order to make available more jobs for Albertans. He also announced other changes to the program.
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covid19

Lack of rapid testing infrastructure has cost Canadians 406,000 jobs and $23 billion in lost revenue

The harsh travel restrictions put in place by the Canadian government to curb the spread of COVID-19 have cost Canadians 406,000 jobs and $23 billion in lost revenue for the tourism industry.
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covid19

Supermarkets in Wales forced to cover up non-essential items during lockdown

As Wales enters a second lockdown, First Minister of Wales and the Leader of the Welsh Labour Party Mark Drakeford has told supermarkets to stop selling non-essential items such as clothes as a matter of “fairness” until November 9. Drakeford said that supermarkets are only allowed to open parts of their business that sell essential goods.
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covid19

Opinion | We need more private health care to fight COVID, not a second lockdown

At the end of September, Premier Legault put in place a second lockdown: closure of bars, restaurants, gyms, museums, etc. He requested a 28-day effort to stop the second wave of Covid-19.
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canadian energy

Opinion | Demand for oil and gas isn’t going anywhere, and the world needs a responsible producer like Canada to supply it

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, activists and media have been talking about the end of oil and “peak consumption”. The narrative goes that due to the impact of COVID on-demand after the world went in lockdown mode, oil and gas, along with other fossil fuels are now in a death spiral.
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covid19

Wage Subsidies To Surpass $100 Billion This Winter

The pandemic wage subsidies are expected to surpass $100 billion this winter. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have yet to introduce a 2020 budget.
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justin trudeau

Opinion | Single-use plastic makes us safer, getting rid of it doesn’t necessarily help the environment

Last week, the Liberal government announced a single-use plastics ban that is expected to take effect in 2021. This ban is expected to encompass items like grocery bags, straws, and take-out containers.
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carbon tax

To meet emissions target, the Trudeau government would need to increase carbon tax fivefold, or $0.69 per liter of gasoline

The Parliamentary Budget Office said yesterday in a report that the liberal government would need to increase its ineffective carbon tax fivefold to meet its emissions targets or $289 per tonne. This would amount to a $0.69 tax on every litre of gasoline sold in Canada.
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justin trudeau

Bank of Canada becomes world champion in money printing as its assets grow by 456%YoY

The COVID-19 crisis has forced governments around the world to push monetary stimulus through interest rate cuts and open market operations. It appears that Canada has taken this to a whole new level.
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canada

Liberal MP says Canadians will likely see tax increases in the near future, possibly a new inheritance tax

On the heels of Trudeau’s ambitious Speech from the Throne, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance and Nova Scotia MP Sean Fraser called income inequality in Canada a “plague”.
2020 election

[VIDEO] Joe Biden: “we have put together the most extensive VOTER FRAUD organization”

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[VIDEO] Joe Biden: “we have put together the most extensive VOTER FRAUD organization”

2020 election

Opinion | Last Presidential Debate: Trump in Control, Biden Disoriented and Confused

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Opinion | Last Presidential Debate: Trump in Control, Biden Disoriented and Confused

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BREAKING: Iran and Russia have “taken specific actions to influence public opinion” relating to the U.S. election

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BREAKING: Iran and Russia have “taken specific actions to influence public opinion” relating to the U.S. election

2020 election

BREAKING: A Senior FBI Official says Hunter Biden laptop & emails weren’t part of a Russian disinformation campaign

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BREAKING: A Senior FBI Official says Hunter Biden laptop & emails weren’t part of a Russian disinformation campaign

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BREAKING: Queen’s University to remove Sir John A. Macdonald name from law school building, the university says

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BREAKING: Queen’s University to remove Sir John A. Macdonald name from law school building, the university says

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