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Left Over: Dunce Cap Blowout for Emperor Steve…

Capping oil well blowouts within 24 hours too expensive, says Ottawa Shell Canada Ltd. given up to 21 days to contain subsea blowouts

The Canadian Press Posted: Aug 06, 2015 11:23 AM AT Last Updated: Aug 06, 2015 11:23 AM AT

This headline all by itself should . . . → Read More: Left Over: Dunce Cap Blowout for Emperor Steve…

Left Over: ‘Trade Deal’ Sure Isn’t the “New Deal”

 

5 ways the Canada-EU trade deal will impact Canadians

By Susana Mas, CBC News Posted: Oct 18, 2013 9:16 PM ET Last Updated: Oct 19, 2013 8:03 AM ET

 

 

I trust Harper even less than I trusted Mulroney, and I didn’t trust him at all… Why is something so ‘momentous’ not put . . . → Read More: Left Over: ‘Trade Deal’ Sure Isn’t the “New Deal”

Susan on the Soapbox: Conrad Black and Danielle Smith

Conrad Black, the Canadian media mogul and convicted felon* was in Calgary last week to have a “conversation” with the Calgary business elite (and me) over lunch at the Calgary Petroleum Club.

The big question is why does Baron Black of Crossharbour—oh let’s just call him Conrad—continue to draw sell-out crowds. By the end of . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: Conrad Black and Danielle Smith

Canadian Trends: Ethical Ignorance

So, has anyone else noticed that “Ethical Oil’s” news feed has been dead since September, 2012? I guess it would be quite difficult to write about how ethical Canada is over other regions as we turn to more and more unethical practices to save our ailing economy.

B.C. companies in Eritrea at risk of using . . . → Read More: Canadian Trends: Ethical Ignorance

Canadian Trends: Expensive resorts and lavish dinners, austerity is in the air

The G20 leaders continue to excel at making a credible case for austerity. Hunkered down in a Mexican luxury resort the reality of the world most people live in is no where to be found near them. Between lavish meals economic talk erupts, lots of talk which these leaders insist will one day translate in . . . → Read More: Canadian Trends: Expensive resorts and lavish dinners, austerity is in the air

Canadian Trends: No-gasm: Global economic foreplay isn’t working

Anyone with proper insight in to the global situation has known more Canadian stimulus would be here sooner or later. At the moment it would appear sooner is winning. Coincidentally I don’t remember stimulus in the budget, in fact the whole budget was supposed to be about post-stimulus Canada. Jobs & Growth and all that . . . → Read More: Canadian Trends: No-gasm: Global economic foreplay isn’t working

Canadian Trends: In depth Bilderberg investigation for first time ever on British television

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Canadian Trends: This presentation is essential reading in understanding what is to come

(If some of the slides are blank either zoom in one level or fullscreen the presentation)

The End Game . . . → Read More: Canadian Trends: This presentation is essential reading in understanding what is to come

Canadian Trends: Dear journalists (Part 2)

I had never intended to make the first part an ongoing “series” and was really just the result of my angry ranting, yet again I feel a need to ask journalists why they are not doing their job.

Today’s article of interest: Alison Redford ‘advancing Alberta’s interests’ at elite gathering.

Yesterday you’ll remember the Herald . . . → Read More: Canadian Trends: Dear journalists (Part 2)

Canadian Trends: Alison Redford heads to Bilderberg conference on public dime

It seems to be becoming more accepted, that public politicians who are supposed to be representing their constituents and reporting to them can freely attend secretive meetings with foreign dignitaries on the public dime without revealing what was discussed.

In 2010 it was Premier Campbell and now this year it is Alison Redford. Of course the . . . → Read More: Canadian Trends: Alison Redford heads to Bilderberg conference on public dime