Jagmeet Singh’s NDP are ideologically aligned with the liberal-globalist agenda of the Trudeau government. Over in Quebec, the Bloc Quebecois won 32 seats. While not 100% aligned with the policies of Justin Trudeau, Bloc leader Yves- Francois Blanchet is anti-pipeline, and most obviously, pro-Quebec.
Number one benefit with a bullet–Justin Trudeau is NO LONGER prime minister. Mr. Trudeau would no longer have the power to ERODE the Alberta Oil Sands for the benefit of Saudi Arabia and his other favoured Middle Eastern nations.
Justin Trudeau–destroyer. Since the moment this odd-ball of a prime minister seized control of the consciousness of Canadian society, separatism movement in Canada have doubled–from one to two.
Rumour has it the King of Canada is about to appoint a Muslim-Canadian mayor of Calgary to his Liberal Cabinet. Thus far– no surprise–establishment media are presenting this as if it is as typical as rain on a North Vancouver winter day.
With the incredible polarization resulting from the victory for Justin Trudeau, the concept of a separate nation for the western provinces of Canada appears to be growing, viable concept.
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.
According to polls, most Canadians want mining and fossil fuel development to take place with proper environmental safeguards. But numerous politicians have expressed their desire to stop resource development altogether. Their plan is for no more oilsands projects. No more pipelines. No more natural gas fracking.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, bent on re-election, is playing a divisive, dangerous game with the country he claims to lead. Recently, six premiers including Jason Kenney sent Trudeau a letter warning that Bill C-69 in its original form, as well as Bill C-48, will damage the economy from coast to coast.
In Saskatchewan, 53 per cent of respondents agreed with the statement, “Western Canada gets so few benefits from being part of Canada that they might as well go it on their own.”