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The Long Overdue Alaska-Canada Railway Takes One Step Closer to Reality
Business
The Long Overdue Alaska-Canada Railway Takes One Step Closer to Reality
September 29, 2020

Although Trump’s announcement is a great first step towards the realization of the long-overdue project, there remains many obstacles that could yet derail it, Matthew Ehret writes.

Carney’s Green Bonds vs Hamiltonian Greenbacks
September 2, 2020

The problem with this reset isn’t that the orchestrators of this pending reform desire a new system of value beyond the “monetarist/anything goes” standards of free markets which have dominated our world under decades of globalization.

Carney’s Green Bonds vs Hamiltonian Greenbacks
Business
The Carney/Freeland Green Reset Shapes Canada’s ‘New Normal’
World
The Carney/Freeland Green Reset Shapes Canada’s ‘New Normal’
August 21, 2020

The problem with Carney’s post-COVID vision is that “value” is tied not to the rising of living standards, human creative reason or national productive powers of labour but rather upon the total inverse.

Tiny Ireland, Giant Canada and the Start of Avalanches
July 8, 2020

Change is coming in both Ottawa and Dublin, and its repercussions will be felt in Washington and London as well – very soon.

Tiny Ireland, Giant Canada and the Start of Avalanches
World
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Why Canada Failed the ‘Ben Franklin Challenge’ in 1776
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Why Canada Failed the ‘Ben Franklin Challenge’ in 1776
July 1, 2020

Canada, as it was founded on July 1st, 1867 by the British Empire, was to serve as a wedge separating the potential U.S./Russia alliance

Pseudo Trudeau’s Red-Faced Defeat to Ireland for Security Council Seat
June 28, 2020

Trudeau now has the red-faced embarrassment of explaining why his country lost out to Ireland in obtaining a seat on the UN Security Council.

Pseudo Trudeau’s Red-Faced Defeat to Ireland for Security Council Seat
World
How a network of Ukrainian ultra-nationalists penetrated Canada’s Conservative Party to lobby for military conflict
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How a network of Ukrainian ultra-nationalists penetrated Canada’s Conservative Party to lobby for military conflict
March 26, 2020

Once an underground network of fascist ideologues shunned by the Ukrainian Canadian community for “criminal ideas,” Canada’s ultra-nationalist Bandera lobby is today a major political player. It recently rubbed shoulders with former PM Stephen Harper and top contenders for the leadership of his Conservative Party.

Indigenous Communities Revolt Against Eco-Colonialists: Trudeau Crumbles Under His Own Liberalism
February 25, 2020

Mainstream media has tended to twist major facts in order to hide the systemic effort to keep Canada’s native communities in squalor, poverty and dependence

Indigenous Communities Revolt Against Eco-Colonialists: Trudeau Crumbles Under His Own Liberalism
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