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Canada’s bitter weather has even penguins coming out of the cold

Canada’s bitter weather has even penguins coming out of the cold

Just how cold is it in Canada? Ask the penguins at the Calgary zoo: Even they have had to take shelter. King penguins — one of five species at the zoo in western Alberta province — are certainly accustomed to chilly weather, more so than species like the Humboldt that prefer somewhat warmer climes, said […]

Will questioning climate change become illegal in Canada?

Will questioning climate change become illegal in Canada?

    By Tom Harris “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU.”  This slogan appeared on posters of the Party leader in the dystopian society of George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. It was a constant reminder of omnipresent government surveillance for “thoughtcrime” – independent thinking. In Orwell’s book, Ministry of Truth ‘history re-writer’ Winston Smith quietly rebelled against this oppression, starting a […]

Web searches for Canada homes surge after election

Web searches for Canada homes surge after election

SEATTLE — Are Americans worried about a President Donald Trump really going to move to Canada? It’s a theme that pops up after many political reversals in the U.S., but there’s some evidence to suggest people are at least thinking about it now. The Canadian Real Estate Association says it’s seen nearly three times more […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Letter to Matilda

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Letter to Matilda

By L. Neil Smith The concept of an absolute human right to freedom of expression is not uniquely American. It was born in the English-speaking world sometime between _Magna Carta_ and the Declaration of Independence, and all English-speaking countries — Great Britain, the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, among others, are heirs to […]

“Obamatrade” details made public- 30 chapters- 5000+ pages

“Obamatrade” details made public- 30 chapters- 5000+ pages

By George Miller    Here it is, the new, long-heralded and dreaded, hideously complex Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. Some say it will be a huge boon for intrernational trade and U.S. prosperity. Others say it will suck more jobs out of the country, lower wages and even override U.S. law and sovereignty. We […]

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