Environmentalists and mining companies are fighting over the fate of the remote Klappan Valley in northern British Columbia. The different sides struggle for government approval of their particular plans, but almost no one fully acknowledges the property rights of the first owners of the valley, the indigenous Tahltan people.
OTTAWA – Airports and border crossings across Canada are being wired with high-definition cameras and microphones that can eavesdrop on travellers’ conversations, according to the Canada Border Services Agency.
”Meet Victoria Grant. When I first saw her speech online a few days ago I knew I wanted to interview this young intelligent Canadian. I gave her an idea of what my questions would be like and she prepared for the interview all on her own in a very short period of time. Victoria is a courageous young warrior for Truth and we can all learn from her example.” Press For Truth Continue reading →
US seizure of a Canadian gambling website caused online outcry as it was registered abroad and thought to be outside American jurisdiction. But this is far from isolated; it has emerged that the US has seized hundreds of foreign domain names.
US customs official Nicole Navas confirmed that the US government has taken control of 750 domains, “most with foreign-based registrars” over the past few years.
“Canada is following the U.S. direction in covering up the Fukushima global radiation genocide event. Both the U.S. and Canadian governments shut down their monitoring in concert immediately after the March 11, 2011 Fukushima radiation event. Canada moved its radiation stations from the Pacific coast to the B.C. interior. Both the Canadian and U.S. governments continue to state that the radiation levels are safe, when in fact that is incorrect.” Leuren Moret Continue reading →
“In other words, more Canadian oil is needed to fuel the U.S. war machine. This all ties in with the perimeter security deal and further removing trade barriers. It is part of U.S. efforts to secure more access and control of Canadian resources.”
“As part of a continental security perimeter arrangement, Canada could be forced to comply with any new U.S. requirements, regardless of the risks they may pose to privacy and civil liberties.” Dana GabrielContinue reading →