Not just one time. I currently have an NDP MLA.The problem is Ontario always sticks with the two traditional choices. And Alberta always votes Conservative or even worse, ultra-conservative - except when they broke away that one time and voted for Notley as premier. That's because Redford's use of government planes and renovation of a penthouse in a government building for herself and her daughter to enjoy, were a bit too much obvious corruption, even for steadfast cons.
then don’t participate.Most of these notes are wastiing time by discussing the Trudeau case. The reality is 1.the super rich support the immense costs of a federal election by paying huge sums to the two political parties that obey them. 2. They have been doing this for a very long time - in the western world in general, this amounts to at least a couple of centuries.
Fiddling around with the Trudeau case just confuses the whole thing.
We know (or should know) that in the U.S. only the two parties can win an election because only they can get the huge sums and election costs. In Canada, it's just the Liberals and Conservatives who can raise the huge sums an election costs.
Piddling around about the case of Trudeau just obscures the whole question.
I agree. The entire program seems very ill thought out and misguidedI wonder who dreamed up the student volunteers for a $10/hr honorarium plan? It seemed bizarre for on the start. It would have made more sense three months ago to boost the STEP program with $900 million and let students earn at least $16/hr. I am sure municipalities and charities like churches could have found suitable employment for students with much less of an administrative hassle. The program feels like crumbs being thrown to the needy by over entitled people.
Which would suggest relationships with the provinces or local school boards (in the provinces that have them) because the feds couldn't facilitate that. The provinces guard their authority over the education system pretty tightly. The Feds only get a toe in the door on post-secondary because they are the ones with a mandate to fund research.and I am puzzled how they have this wild access to the education system
The think they approve companies for not horribly abusing children? So telling which products to buy that avoid child labour - but many still use child labour.Definitely. It is interesting the access they have to the school systems. The big rally they hold in Toronto is in one of the big hockey arenas with thousands of kids off school for the day
when I look at the web site I don’t get much of a feeling for what the charity does other than inspire kids
What is the name of the film you're referring to with the National Film Board? I'd like to look it up and watch it.I had a similar problem yesterday speaking to a group of women about the 1950s when the U.S. hired an army of international thugs to murder 200,000 men, women and children. Their special targets were Catholics, especially priests, nuns and missionaries. Their boss was George Bush Sr. - devout Christian churchh goer. Our news media have never printed this story.
A woman indignantly said she wanted proof. She wanted to read a book about it. Hell, the whole point is that there is no such book. I learned about it only when a murdered Canadian missionary was brought back to Canada, and buried near where I lived. However, there is a national film board film about it.
She was indignant. She said you couldn't believe NFB.
Typical. She wants proof. But she refuses to believe it. Most of us think that way.
The Christian U.S. dropped nuclear bombs indiscriminately on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. And at a time when the war was really over. Ever heard a sermon about that? Or about U.S. mass murder in Iraq in a war based on lies?
I apologize for disturbing Lastpoine's Christian slumbers.