IRRELEVANT Entities For Our Liberal Government: Old Stock Canadians, Anglophone-Canadians, Conservative and Christian/Jewish Canadians.
The doctor, Amir Houshang Mazhariravesh, also known as known as Dr. Amir Ravesh, was charged with 11 counts of sexual assault and one count of obtaining sexual services for consideration.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a TRIBUTE as he welcomed King Abdullah II on his fifth visit to Canada in 20 years as leader of the strategically important Middle Eastern country that borders Syria and Iraq.
For the Liberal government and their media machine–CBC in particular– culture in Canada is defined by how “un-American” our media institutions are. They fret over the loss of Canadian identity by way of media behemoths like Twitter, Netflix and Facebook.
According to Post Millennial News, three Middle Eastern Ottawa men have been charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm after an incident with a 15-year-old girl. According to 1310 News, the teen was assaulted in the evening of October 23, 2019 in the apartment of a man she says she met at an East Ottawa … Continue reading Middle Eastern Migrants Sexually ASSAULT 15-Year Old Canadian Girl, MEDIA BURY
As many will recall, Canada is a nation which came together based upon the completion of the Trans-Canada CN railway. After Canadians became connected via a coast-to-coast railway, our nation took on a cohesiveness previously lacking within our youthful nation.
Another day, another benefit for Somalian refugees. Welcome to Justin Trudeau and Somalian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen’s “post-modern” Canada.
“There’s been a drastic decline in the acceptance and the welcoming, specifically of refugees,” said Dorota Blumczynska, executive director of the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba.
The combined costs to process the aspiring refugees crossing illegally into Canada via Roxham Road and elsewhere over a three year period will exceed $1.1BILLION DOLLARS according to the Parliamentary Budget Officer.
The law firm representing the women, alongside refugee rights organizations and a group of 130 health professionals made presentations to new Families Minister Mathieu Lacombe, who said he was open to changing the policy.