(Youtube) – With some of the only video from behind police lines, subMedia.tv witnessed the brutal raid by the Royal Colonial Mounted Police on the Mi’kmaq blockade of fracking equipment. But the fierce response of the community in defense of the warriors was also captured on camera. We bring you the real story about what really went down on Highway 134, the story that the corporate media doesn’t want you to see. Read the rest of this entry »
(RadyAnanda) – Medical marijuana patients in Canada can expect a 50-100% increase in the cost of medication next year, all so that large commercial interests can monopolize the habilitative herb, CBC News reports. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – The Canadian Armed Forces requires physically and mentally wounded service members to sign a form agreeing to not criticize senior officers or demoralize other troops on social media sites. Read the rest of this entry »
(AJC) – A multi-national terror drill is scheduled to take place in the coming months that supposedly aims to assess, test and validate vital infrastructure resources should they come under an unlikely cyberattack. Read the rest of this entry »
A world without democracy, ruled by a technocratic elite serving the interests of US and global capital - protecting “investor rights” against national laws and regulations - is now being created in secret negotiations over free-trade treaties, one of which, the TransPacific Parnership (TPP), may be sewn up this fall. Can popular will stop it?
(Truthout) – For four decades now, we have seen corporate-led neoliberal globalization transforming nation-states into globalized states that serve the interests of transnational capital above the interests of national populations. This tendency has been strong in states both of the global North and of the global South. Everywhere sovereignty is being compromised. The ideal political system most suitable for such globalized states is polyarchy, since it legitimates relatively autonomous elite rule. However, even in such a managed “democracy,” there are moments when elites can be made accountable to national populations through the struggles of social movements. Occupy Wall Street was the beginning of such a social movement. Read the rest of this entry »
(Infowars) – A Canadian police observer filmed a Toronto officer, not beating a person senseless or violating his or her rights, but rather committing a courageous act of kindness. Read the rest of this entry »
Citizens complain cops seizing guns is something right out of Nazi Germany
(KurtNimmo) – Canada’s Royal Mounted Police exploited rising flood waters in the town of High River in Calgary as they seized firearms from the homes of evacuated residents. The floods were the result of extremely heavy rain.
(CollectiveEvo) – The rise of the people is an undeniable happening across the globe as hundreds of millions have taken to the streets over the past few years to stand up for what they are not happy with throughout the world. With these protests comes bullhorns, signs, masks, costumes and more creative ways that protesters use to make their point. Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader)- Canada’s prime minister recently addressed the CFR, a globalist think tank who have been a driving force behind the push towards deeper North American integration. The U.S. and Canada are now further advancing this agenda through the Beyond the Border agreement. Both countries are increasing bilateral border transportation and infrastructure coordination. This includes a common approach to border management, security and control. They are also integrating an information sharing system that would be used to track everyone crossing the U.S.-Canada border and entering or leaving the continent. Without much fanfare and seemingly little resistance, Canada is being assimilated into a U.S. dominated North American security perimeter. Read the rest of this entry »
(CTV) – After yesterday’s slanted media interpretation on free men, today’s look is muh more intriguing, and similar to yesterday, no one was available to rebutle and prove their claim that free men are wrong Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader)- In March, the Canadian government introduced a bill that would bring about sweeping changes to its copyright and trademark laws. This includes giving more power to customs and border protection agents without any judicial oversight. The move is intended to prevent counterfeit goods from entering the country, but has been criticized for being less about protecting Canadians and more about caving to American demands. With the U.S. dictating global intellectual property standards, the new legislation represents the return of ACTA and would pave the way for Canada to ratify the controversial international treaty. Read the rest of this entry »
(TrutherGirl) – EU Politicians are calling for bank account raiding to be the new model for bailouts, while the Canadian government submits an ‘Economic Action Plan 2013′ BEFORE Cyprus announced their bailout plans. This can only mean one thing- this ‘new model’ has been in the plans of the globalists all along and Cyprus is only the first to get a taste of it. What can you do to protect your savings? I don’t know- you tell me! Read the rest of this entry »
(EconomicCollapse) – The politicians of the western world are coming after your bank accounts. In fact, Cyprus-style “bail-ins” are actually proposed in the new Canadian government budget. When I first heard about this I was quite skeptical, so I went and looked it up for myself. And guess what? It is right there in black and white on pages 144 and 145 of “Economic Action Plan 2013″ which the Harper government has already submitted to the House of Commons. This new budget actually proposes “to implement a ‘bail-in’ regime for systemically important banks” in Canada. Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader)- Pressure is mounting on Canada to finish up a long-delayed trade deal with the EU. Despite outstanding issues that still must be settled, there is a final push to try and complete an agreement this summer. If both sides are able to secure a deal, it would lay the groundwork for the proposed U.S.-EU trade pact. There is the possibility that the U.S.-EU transatlantic trade talks could also include the other NAFTA partners and maybe even other countries. Mexico has already shown interest in joining and if Canada can’t put the final touches on their own agreement with the EU, they might also be part of the negotiations. This would facilitate plans for a coming NAFTA-EU free trade zone and the formation of a transatlantic economic union. Read the rest of this entry »
(PressTV) – Iranian lawmaker Mohammad Javad Kolivand has criticized the Canadian government for the violation of the rights of indigenous peoples, noting that Ottawa is the worst violator of human rights in the world. Read the rest of this entry »
(RichManPoorBank) – Gasoline was $0.99 cents a gallon in 1998. I remember this because I was broke. I needed money for gas and only had $1.00 in my wallet. That gallon of gasoline actually took me where I wanted to go. Those were the good ol’ days. Read the rest of this entry »
(FriendsofSyria) – Far from Syria’s bloody civil conflict, a Toronto-area IT specialist works in his home basement, where he strategizes with the Free Syrian Army in its mission to topple the regime.Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader)- The U.S. and EU have agreed to launch negotiations on what would be the world’s largest free trade deal. Such an agreement would be the basis for the creation of an “economic NATO” and would include trade in goods, services and investment, as well as cover intellectual property rights. There are concerns that the U.S. could use these talks to push the EU to loosen its restrictions on genetically modified crops and foods. In addition, the deal might serve as a backdoor means to implement ACTA which was rejected by the European Parliament last year. A U.S.-EU Transatlantic trade agreement is seen as a way of countering China’s growing power and is the foundation for a new global economic order. Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader)- The U.S. and Canada have made significant progress in advancing the Beyond the Border deal and continue to implement various perimeter security initiatives. Without much fanfare, they have signed an immigration agreement that would allow them to share biographic and at a later date, biometric information. As part of a North American security perimeter, both countries are further harmonizing border security and immigration measures. Canada is further taking on U.S. security priorities and this could include a bigger role in the war on terrorism. Read the rest of this entry »
(Corbett) – That the Council wields enormous power in the Canadian political arena is beyond dispute. Its membership roster is a Who’s Who of Canadian business and politics, including current President John Manley, who was named Time Canada’s “Newsmaker of the Year” in 2001 for his role in crafting cross-border anti-terrorism strategies with the first U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and served as Deputy Prime Minister in the Chretien cabinet from 2002 to 2003. Read the rest of this entry »
(GlobalResearch) – While Canada enjoys a reputation as a peacekeeper on the world stage, its history proves it to be anything but. In his new book “The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy,” author and activist Yves Engler explores how the Harper government is trying to further militarize Canada and create a change in perception of Canada’s foreign policy. Find out more in this week’s GRTV Feature Interview with your host James Corbett and our special guest, Yves Engler. Read the rest of this entry »
(RealNews) – Yves Engler: The Canadian government played a major role in the bombing of Libya. It was a Canadian general that oversaw the whole NATO mission and approved the bombing targets. Read the rest of this entry »
(HigginsBlog) – A live Weather channel alert warns that a 7 foot Tsunami is heading directly toward Hawaii following a major 7.7 earthquake off the coast of Canada earlier. Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader) – The Beyond the Border deal announced in December 2011 represents the most significant step forward in U.S.-Canada cooperation since NAFTA. Dual action plans are further transforming trade, regulatory and security relations between both countries. Over the next few years, various cross-border initiatives will be rolled out, with some beginning as pilot programs. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – Canada has ordered all Iranian diplomats out of the country and is closing its embassy in Tehran. Ottawa said it was acting because of the Islamic state’s support for the Syrian government, its threats against Israel and defiance of UN resolutions. For more on this story RT talks to Michel Chossudovsky, the director of the Center for Research on Globalization based in Montreal. Read the rest of this entry »
(NaturalNews) – A Canadian couple that has been growing a beautiful, meticulously-maintained front yard vegetable and herb garden has been ordered by city officials to uproot most of it by September 1 or else face lofty fines. CBC News and others are reporting that the town of Drummondville in Quebec is actually planning to ban all front yard gardens in the municipality beginning this fall; a move the spells the end of food self-sufficiency for many Canadians living in the area. Read the rest of this entry »
(DailyMail) – Nicolas Sarkozy knew police would come ‘looking’ for him, close friends of the ex-president have claimed.
As the former French leader and his wife Carla Bruni sought refuge in the home of a Canadian billionaire, it has emerged that the pair fled just hours before his Paris home and office was raided by anti-corruption police. Read the rest of this entry »
(HigginsBlog) – Canadian protestors strip off their clothes as they clash with riot police on the streets of Montreal in an attempt to prevent police brutality and bring attention to their cause. Read the rest of this entry »
(NewAmerican) – As the so-called trilateral North American “integration” process marches onward toward an ever-closer union between the governments of Canada, the United States, and Mexico, national law enforcement agents are slowly creeping across borders through a variety of shadowy schemes. Going forward, that trend is set to accelerate, according to officials, who say government functionaries may soon be able to chase and arrest suspects outside of their own nations. But critics of the controversial plan are fighting back with increasing urgency. Read the rest of this entry »
(DaisyLuther) – With the economy in the toilet and the outlook even further down into the sewer system, yard sales are popping up more than ever. Not only can the seller make a few bucks, the buyers can hit the mother lode and acquire needed items at a tiny percentage of the price. It’s win-win, right?
Not to the federal government of Canada. If money is changing hands outside the system, the government is certain to want to put a stop to it. What better way to halt trade that doesn’t benefit them than to regulate it? Read the rest of this entry »
(BeYourOwnLeader) – Through the Beyond the Border agreement released in December 2011, the U.S. and Canada are implementing initiatives that are working towards establishing a North American security perimeter. This includes expanding trusted traveler programs, as well as enhancing integrated law enforcement and information sharing cooperation which has raised many privacy concerns that have yet to be properly addressed. Read the rest of this entry »
(KurtNimmo) – On April 24, NORHTCOM announced Ardent Sentry 2012, billed as a “major exercise… focused on Defense Support of Civil Authorities.” It will be held on May 2 – 9, 2012, according to the U.S. Northern Command website.
Ardent Sentry will consist of command post and field training exercises that will be held in North Dakota, Oregon, Texas, Alaska, Connecticut and Nova Scotia. The exercises will include both United States and Canadian military units. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – On Friday, student protesters confronted police in Montreal, Canada. Riot police used stun grenades, pepper spray and batons to beat student protesters in the city’ downtown. The outrage comes from anger over rising tuition costs in the country. A crowd of protesters attempted to interrupt a speech by Premier Jean Charest. Citizen journalist Bernard Desgagne joins us for the breaking update. Read the rest of this entry »
(CanadianAwareness) – She gave this speech at a business meeting in front of 600 people. Her eyes have been opened to a scam that is being perpetrated upon Canadians and the rest of the world. Read the rest of this entry »
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(Youtube) – NRC event notification stated a substantial safety hazard may exist at 25 nuke plants due to pressure transmitters found to have an out-of-tolerance condition @ Rosemont. Please contact your local news to cover this story if you live near one of these plants!
(FromTheTrenches) – The international insurgent President Barack Obama hosted Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper for talks on transnational trade and security Monday. This is a blatant display of an international socialist cabal, intent on further destroying the sovereignty of our republic and our individual states. Read the rest of this entry »
(IntelHub) – With the demise of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, the U.S. has essentially put Canada and Mexico on separate tracks.
It has pursued dual-bilateralism with both its NAFTA partners as the primary means of advancing continental integration with regards to trade, regulatory and security initiatives. Read the rest of this entry »