A national charity that works to save old buildings estimates that 9,000 religious spaces in Canada will be lost in the next decade, roughly ONE THIRD of all faith-owned buildings in the country.
Before former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper was ousted from office by Liberal challenger Justin Trudeau in 2015, he popularized a succinct but under-utilized term–“Old Stock” Canadians.
Canada’s official statistics agency confirmed 491 babies died AFTER THEY WERE BORN ALIVE between 2000 and 2009.
CAP find this strange dynamic to be one of the most essential–and least exposed–element of the globalist assault upon a specific segment of Canadian society. It is equally as curious as to why this situation has been excluded from media narrative in Canada since the day multiculturalism was forced upon our society
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF.ca) released new documents uncovered in its Canada Summer Jobs court cases, which show that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was directly involved in creating new rules used to bar faith-based summer camps from obtaining grants.
White supremacy and far-right extremist groups are on the rise in Canada and directly threaten the safety of minority communities, including the Muslim community.
According to CitizenGo, the Ogunkoya family has been ordered to appear at an Immigration Office on Sept. 19th in order to make arrangements for their imminent departure to Nigeria.
“Liberal MP Justin Trudeau says he is upset and offended by a Tory MP who publicly questioned his ADHERENCE to the Catholic faith, and his suitability to speak to students at a Catholic school.”
A plea has been issued for Canada to rescue a Pakistani Christian refugee who is in hiding after a viral video calling on jihadi fighters to kill him swept through Bangkok’s refugee community.
Of almost 4,000 people polled by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), 38 per cent described themselves as Christian – a fall from 50 per cent in 2008 and 66 per cent in 1983. Those identifying as Muslim increased from 1 per cent in 1983 to 3 per cent in 2008, and 6 per cent in 2018.