“Equalization and other federal transfer programs continue to drain billions of dollars a year out of Alberta — over $300 billion since 2000. Meanwhile, Quebec continues to see its share of equalization dollars increase — from less than $3 billion a year in the early 1980s to over $13 billion a year today — or 66 cents of EVERY DOLLAR Ottawa sends out.”
Within contemporary Canada, cultural advancement and retention is a most curious thing. Of course, this is one reason why media NEVER touch the topics CAP tend to write about.
News of a Liberal minority win has breathed new life into the western separatist movement, tapping into the anger and frustration of voters who feel they’ve been short-changed by the federal government.
An analysis of the four years Justin Trudeau has been prime minister of Canada reveals something rather telling–so of course, establishment media will not tell Canadians about it.
According to an August report from the Canadian Institute of Identities and Migration (CIIM), Quebec Premier Francois Legault has not only fulfilled his campaign promise of reducing total immigration in his country by 20% but has actually EXCEEDED this reduction by between 4-5%.
According to CBC News,in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, polling data suggests a sizeable minority — 45 PERCENT in Alberta — supports a similar law being imposed on home turf.
The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) have received Justice Yergeau’s decision that DENIED their application for a stay of Bill 21.
It certainly appears he does not. Bombadier, SNC- Lavalin, Davie Shipyards–all located in Quebec, all preferred Trudeau corporations. So much so our Liberal government ended up being implicated for a series cover-ups, abuses of power and flagrant nepotism.
Le Pen has been criticized by many in France for what are seen as thinly veiled racist positions. In an interview with Radio-Canada, Le Pen said her party has supporters among the PQ. “The PQ is diverse and vast,” Le Pen said. “It’s not monolithic.”
Two minute video interview with Justin Trudeau.