Politics

How to end the university encampments

In a Liberal Democracy as we have in Canada and the US, people have the right to protest, to demonstrate, and to say almost anything they want. However, there are limits to all rights.

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Politics

Bill 21 and the Notwithstanding Clause

In 2019, when Bill 21 was introduced in the National Assembly, I got a lot of attention when I said, “The results of Bill 21 will be ethnic cleansing, not with a gun, but with a law.”

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Agglomeration

How to reduce taxes for all Montreal residents

Once more Montrealers are being hit by excessive tax increases and it is even worse for the suburbs whose residents will pay 38% of the Agglomeration tax increases even though they make up only 12% of the island’s population.

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Canada

Canada’s sorriest Prime Minister

In a March, 2018 story BBC asked, “Does Justin Trudeau apologize too much?” At the time he had formally apologized on behalf of the Canadian government more times than any previous Prime Minister. But he was only just getting started.

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Healthcare

Health care – What Quebec can learn from Ontario

Health care in Canada was ranked 10th of 11 comparable wealthy countries by the Commonwealth Fund in their most recent report. They were ahead of only the US and that was primarily because the US does not have universal health care.

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Environment

Some inconvenient truths about climate change

Everybody knows that climate change is real, that it is increasing at an alarming rate and it is mostly due to man made greenhouse gases, primarily carbon dioxide. And everybody knows that we must do something now or it will very soon be too late. But what if what everybody knows isn’t true?

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Politics

The “Woke” culture is no joke!

When I first heard about the being “woke,” I laughed. It was so stupid, so juvenile, so self-righteous. How could people fall for this nonsense? Surely, clear thinking people would see through the absurdities. Well, I was wrong.

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