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The Representation of the UN Migration Compact in the Canadian Media: Justin Trudeau vs. Andrew Scheer

A comparative analysis of news media coverage of Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer in the run-up to Canada's signing of the UN Migration Compact.


Indicators of Deception from PM Trudeau on AG - SNC Lavalin Pressure

The press release reviews indicators of deception which PM Trudeau showed on 7 Feb 2019 in Vaughn ON while talking about him and or his office putting pressure on former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould in dealing with SNC Lavalin. It concludes that PM Trudeau was likely lying given the scientifically validated indicators of deception which he showed.


Election 2019: Affluent Canadians and Tax Havens

Thousands of affluent Canadians use tax havens to avoid paying their fair share of taxes. The estimated cost to Canadians is 5 billion dollars annually. This is legal in Canada. It is a criminal offense in the U.S. Canadians have the opportunity to change this with their vote in the federal election.


Election 2019 - How Your Vote Can Make Canada Better

"Tax shelters are to democracy what pollution is to the environment"
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David Cay Johnston In Perfectly Legal: The Covert Campaign to Rig Our Tax System


Fisheries summit to discuss Federal Aquaculture Act

Federal Aquaculture Act will codify a pathway to establish aquaculture as a legitimate caretaker of Canada's aquatic resources.


Grassroots Coalition for Tax Reform: Addressing Tax Avoidance

Canadians have only one opportunity to realize meaningful tax reform. If we come together and vote for tax reform at the ballot box in October 2019, all Canadians, in all segments will financially benefit and future generations will be assured of enhanced lifestyles.


Fuhr’s Private Members Motion Passes with Flying Colours

Stephen Fuhr, Member of Parliament for Kelowna-Lake Country welcomed the passing of his Private Members Motion M-177 in the House of Commons today.


Civil Society Leaders Urge P.M. Trudeau to Respond to Deepening Global Nuclear Crisis With Priority Action

Two leading civil society organizations, representing 19 groups across Canada have urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to respond to the deepening global nuclear crisis by making “persistent and intensified nuclear disarmament diplomacy a national priority.”


Parti Rhinocéros Party is looking for a candidate in the longest-named riding in Canada

Sébastien CoRhino, Dealer of Rhinocéros Party, is eagerly looking for a candidate in the by-election of this wonderful riding : "I receive a lot of papers from Elections Canada. But this riding is simply the best one of all. It is messing up the page layout of everything they send, from Excel files to large maps" he said, pointing to a map in his office.


Kitchener South-Hespeler Announces Candidate for the 2019 Federal Election

​​Conservative Party members in Kitchener South-Hespeler have nominated Alan Keeso as their candidate for the 2019 federal election.


Canadian parliamentarians arrive in Panama to discuss trade, security, gender equality and climate change

Today, a Canadian all-party parliamentary delegation representing the Canadian Section of ParlAmericas begins bilateral meetings and will participate in ParlAmericas’ 3rd Gathering of the Parliamentary Network on Climate Change in Panama City, Panama from October 1st to 5th, 2018.


Hon. Bob Nault becomes new President of ParlAmericas at 15th Plenary Assembly

Elections for ParlAmericas’ board of directors and discussions focused on promoting inclusive societies for sustainable development.


First Nations file urgent action CERD submission at the United Nations against the state of Canada

In response to Canada's emerging Indigenous Rights Framework, the nations request that Canada immediately halt their legislative agenda until such time as they engage in a process that recognizes the right of free, prior and informed consent of the Treaty Peoples of the Ermineskin Cree Nation, Onion Lake Cree Nation, O'Chiese First Nation and Tsuu T'ina Nation.


Canada to host parliamentarians from the Americas and the Caribbean in Victoria, B.C.

Canada will host the 15th ParlAmericas Plenary Assembly in Victoria, B.C. from September 10–12, 2018.


B.C. businesses support calls for a Federal Aquaculture Act

Campbell River Chamber of Commerce resolution for a Federal Aquaculture Act gets overwhelming support.

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