Canada: Trudeau Bans the Unvaccinated from Leaving the Country and from Earning a Living

7 October 2021 —

The Justice Centre today responded to the federal government announcement that unvaccinated Canadians will lose their right to move and travel freely within Canada, their right to leave Canada, and their right to earn a living and participate in society without discrimination.

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Canadian Court Strikes Down Trudeau’s Appeal against Compensation to Indigenous Children

30 September 2021 — Internationalist 360°

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Memorial held in Vancouver, shortly after the discovery of the 215 unmarked graves of Indigenous children at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in May 2020. Photo: GoToVan/Flickr

The Justin Trudeau government has been stalling efforts by Indigenous groups to secure compensation to survivors of Canada’s discriminatory child services that has pushed Indigenous children disproportionately into foster care

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HSBC is the 800-pound Gorilla in the Canadian Courtroom that No One is Talking About

20 August 2021 — CovertAction Magazine

the Judicial Incubus Weighing on Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s Shoulders

A picture containing text, clipart Description automatically generatedHong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, more commonly known as HSBC. [Source: 1000logos.net]

Federal court upholds confidentiality of documents in Meng Wanzhou case | The StarMeng Wanzhou [Source: thestar.com]

Note before starting: Hats off to CGTN for its excellent video, “The Untold Story of Meng Wanzhou.” I referred to it extensively to expand my research.

The prosecution of telecommunications giant Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou on charges of violating U.S. sanctions policies with Iran has been very politicized from the outset and a bellwether in the decline of U.S.-Sino relations in an era of renewed cold war.

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Video: How to Start a Riot? Police Provocateurs Dressed up as “Activists” at Peaceful Anti-Globalization Rally

29 May 2020 — Global Research News

Quebec 2007 Antiwar Event

“About 1,200 protesters were in the small resort town near Ottawa as Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with U.S. President George W. Bush and Mexican President Felipe Calderon at a two-day summit to discuss issues under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America pact.The police admitted they were their officers.”

CEP President Dave Coles confronts men with rocks and sticks.

In the footage, three burly men with bandanas and other covers over their faces push through protesters toward a line of riot police.

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Mike Davis on COVID-19: The monster is finally at the door

12 March 2020 — Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal

By Mike Davis 

COVID-19 is finally the monster at the door. Researchers are working night and day to characterize the outbreak but they are faced with three huge challenges.

First the continuing shortage or unavailability of test kits has vanquished all hope of containment. Moreover it is preventing accurate estimates of key parameters such as reproduction rate, size of infected population and number of benign infections. The result is a chaos of numbers.

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What is Happening in Wet’suwet’en?

29 February 2020 — Internationalist 360° – Fire This Time!

An RCMP officer stands near the Morice River bridge, the only entrance point to the Unist’ot’en healing centre and sole access road to Coastal GasLink work sites. A barrier built across the bridge bears a sign saying “Reconciliation,” which was disassembled by workers in yellow vests. Photo: Amber Bracken / The Narwhal

“They’re invading our people again, starting in the wee hours of the morning, arresting people who have been providing food and medical supplies to our camps, who are camped out along the side of the road doing amazing and righteous work. And right now, they’re being arrested, and they’re being removed,” –Sleydo’ (Molly Wickham), spokesperson for the Gidimt’en land defenders camp, reported through a video on Facebook.

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Consortium News Sends Libel Notices to Canadian Signals Intelligence Agency and Major Television Network

21 January 2020 — Consortium News

Consortium News has sent libel notices to a Canadian spy agency and major broadcaster after their reports said CN is part of a Russian-directed propaganda campaign targeting Canadian leaders.

Canada’s NSA and Global News Said CN Leads ‘Cyber-Influence Campaign’ Directed by Moscow

By Joe Lauria
Special to Consortium News

Consortium News has sent libel notices to the Communications Security Establishment (CSE), Canada’s version of the U.S. National Security Agency, and to a major Canadian television network, Global News, for a report that said Consortium News was “part of a cyber-influence campaign directed by Russia.”

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The city vs. Big Tech By Nabeel Ahmed

2 July 2019 — Briarpatch

The battle against Big Tech has now decisively emerged as a new front in the fight for the right to the city

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Ottawa hires Hit Man to Overthrow Venezuelan Government by Yves Engler

17 June 2019 — Dissident Voice

Meet the hired gun Ottawa is using to overthrow the Venezuelan government.

The brazenness of Ottawa’s intervention in the South American country’s affairs is remarkable. Recently Global Affairs Canada tendered a contract for an individual to coordinate its bid to oust President Nicolás Maduro. According to buyandsell.gc.ca, the Special Advisor on Venezuela needs to be able to:

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