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Opinion | What is the anti-development agenda in Canada’s Arctic?

The Canadian oil and gas industry has been hamstrung by anti-development, anti-oil and gas activist organizations who have successfully impeded the ability to build pipelines for the past six years.
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lawsuit

Group of Quebec entrepreneurs files lawsuit to nullify the govt’s excessive lockdown measures

On December 21st, the group Entrepreneurs en Action (EAQ, entrepreneurs in action) filed a lawsuit seeking to nullify the health emergency decrees in Quebec.
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covid19

Hudson’s Bay takes Ontario government to court to review retail closures

On Thursday, December 10, Hudson’s Bay Company announced that they are asking an Ontario court to review the Ford provincial government’s decision to shut down non-essential retailers on the behalf of “thousands of large and small retailers in Toronto and Peel”.
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covid19

Waffle House CEO slams decision-makers of lockdown measures to restrict indoor dining

In a recent interview, the Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer pushed back against decision-makers saying, “The people making the decisions are not paying the same price that the workers in this country are paying,” and said that he would only shut indoor dining “if the local government made us do it” because he believes it harms the worker’s livelihoods doing so.
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canada

Heinz to start producing ketchup in Canada again

The famous ketchup company Heinz will be coming back to Canada to produce its ketchup in Montreal, Quebec with help from the Quebec Government. The Quebec Government will be providing approximately $67,000 per job created by the Heinz Company.
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canada

Trudeau’s Ramped Up Immigration Plan Has Support Of Only 17% Of Canadians

On October 30, Justin Trudeau’s government announced its plan “to support economic recovery through immigration”. The plan would increase immigration between 2021 to 2023 by more than 1.2 million immigrants to “compensate for the shortfall” of immigration due to the pandemic.
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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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Federal Government to hire two “Storytellers” with nearly $100k salaries

On October 1, 2020 the Privy Council Office posted a job posting looking for a “Storyteller and Team Lead” in order to “tell a story about what the government is doing and why” to “support the activities and announcements of the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister”.
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natural gas

Trying to look ‘virtuous’ and ignoring the facts about natural gas costs Quebec billions in lost wealth

A few months ago, I met with a mayor who confessed to me, with his chin down, that he was very interested in being able to produce natural gas at home, but that it doesn’t “look good” in Quebec.
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Canada likely to remain in economic decline during 2021

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Canada likely to remain in economic decline during 2021

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BREAKING: Conservative Caucus Votes to Expel Derek Sloan

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BREAKING: Conservative Caucus Votes to Expel Derek Sloan

assange

President Trump fails to pardon Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and others during last day in office

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President Trump fails to pardon Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and others during last day in office

bill gates

Bill Gates now owns more farmland than anyone else in America

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Bill Gates now owns more farmland than anyone else in America

environment

Four Must-Read Books to be a better environmentalist and conservationist

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Four Must-Read Books to be a better environmentalist and conservationist

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