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Abe, Canada's Trudeau Agree on TPP, China Maritime Issues in Telephone Talks

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/10/31/national/politics-diplomacy/...

"Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Canada Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau agreed Friday that the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade pact will bring benefits to the region..."

 

Pondering

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Justin Trudeau and Benjamin Netanyahu Speak By Phone, Set New Tone

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-netanyahu-phone-call-canada-isra...

"I'm sure maybe the style will change, but I don't feel there will be a change in the substance. I'm really reassured."

I'm not.

 

Trudeau also "explained there would be a shift in tone but Canada would continue to be a friend of Israel's," she added.

What else is he supposed to say? That's it, we won't be a friend to Israel anymore?

Pondering

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Abe, Canada's Trudeau Agree on TPP, China Maritime Issues in Telephone Talks

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/10/31/national/politics-diplomacy/...

"Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Canada Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau agreed Friday that the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade pact will bring benefits to the region..."

He isn't going to diss the deal on a courtesy call. It will be debated in parliament.

scott16

I found a really cool website.

http://www.shittrudeausays.ca/

NDPP

I like the concept but they should have made it interactive so that people could add to it:

"I want to reiterate, the Liberal Party of Canada will have Israel's back."

 "Canada needs to continue to stand strongly with the international community pushing back against the bully that is Vladimir Putin."

"The TPP stands to remove trade barriers, widely expand free trade for Canada and increase opportunities for our middle class and those working hard to join it."

So thanks for starting us off;

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ADD MORE SHIT TRUDEAU SAYS.  (I'm guessing he's going to produce quite a bit!)

swallow

I actually like him more after looking at that site, many of those comments are perfectly sensible. He even critcizes capitalism. 

NDPP

That may even be the effect they hoped to elicit..

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CIJA: Trudeau Reaches Out To Affirm Support For Israel

http://www.cija.ca/trudeau-reaches-out-to-cija/

"Prime Minister designate Justin Trudeau reached out to the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) to reaffirm his support for Israel..."

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Iraqi's Seize CF Aircraft, Accuse Military of Moving Weapons To Kurds Without Approval

http://ottawacitizen.com/news/politics/iraqis-sieze-canadian-forces-airc...

"The Iraqis said they held the CF Hercules transport aircraft carrying supplies [arms] into Kurdistan without authorization, for four days. Some Iraqis are concerned that the Kurds, who ultimately want independence for their territory, will use the support and weapons they receive from the US-led coalition to eventually break away.

Other Iraqi lawmakers and military commanders claim that the US and its allies have secretly armed the Islamic State (ISIL) in order to keep the country in chaos. CANADIAN SPECIAL FORCES ARE OPERATING IN ERBIL IN NORTHERN IRAQ. MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN SPECIAL OPERATIONS REGIMENT FROM PETAWAWA AS WELL AS JTF2 COUNTER TERRORISM UNIT FROM OTTAWA HAVE SERVED ON THE TASK FORCE.

 

Pace of Canadian Airstrikes Against ISIL Picks Up Despite Trudeau's Vow to End Mission

http://www.canada.com/news/world/pace+canadian+strikes+against+isil+pick...

"The pace of Canada's aerial bombardment against ISIL has picked up since Justin Trudeau became prime minister, a curious scenario given his campaign pledge to withdraw from the US-led mssion in Iraq and Syria.

And the mission is set to continue until the government recalls its forces. 'It's part of Operation Impact; which is continuing under the mandate given to it by Parliament until direction is provided otherwise..."

Good thing few are paying attention. This looks like it could be the start of something big..

NDPP

No Timeline Yet For Canada's Withdrawal From ISIS Combat Mission: Gen Vance (and vid)

http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/no-timeline-yet-for-Canada-s-withdrawal-f...

"Canada's top soldier says a timeline has not yet been set for the promised withdrawal of Canadian troops from the bombing mission against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.

Vance said he has discussed troop withdrawal with the new Liberal government. He said he has provided 'confidential' advice to the cabinet and is 'not in a position to share' details of those discussions.

Ending Canada's participation in the campaign against ISIS was one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's election campaign promises.

Trudeau has said Canada would still be engaged 'in a responsible way,' likely in a training capacity to improve local troops' ability to fight ISIS..."

'Responsible' has to mean negotiations with Iraq/Syria. Otherwise its criminal under international law. Period. Even Canucklheads must know you can't undertake military activities in someone else's country without consent unless you're at war with them.

NDPP

Canada Under Trudeau: Liberal Revival or Obamanation?

http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/11/canada-under-trudeau-liberal-revival...

http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/11/canada-under-trudeau-liberal-revival...

"...Eventually the fog of celebrity will dissipate and Canadians will wake up to a pounding hangover: Canada's new prime ministe is a callow dilettante who lacks political, economic or military expertise to think for himself, stand up to intense lobbying or lead the country with any degree of confidence. Such lack of qualification was in plain view throughout the campaign, but his fawning fans could not or would not see it.

Had the NDP run a more assertive, passionate campaign and gone after Trudeau for being a junior, milder version of Harper, Thomas Mulcair might now be at the head of a government. Instead the country is saddled with a government that, like Obama's, is turning out to be little better than the one it replaced.

Even before the government was sworn, Trudeau confirmed the pessimists' worst fears when he announced that, after speaking with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, he would support the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Orwellian betrayal of sovereignty and civil rights to multinational corporations, which Canadians overwhelmingly oppose..."

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Trudeau Commits To Major Role in Mideast War

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/11/17/cana-n17.html

"While Trudeau is currently spurning the demand that he shelve his CF-18 pledge, he went out of his way Monday to emphasize his government's support for the US-NATO offensive against Russia. Speaking to reporters about his brief meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 meeting, Trudeau boasted that he had told Putin that Russia should 'get out' of Ukraine.

Trudeau's pledge to end Canada's role in the bombing of Iraq and Syria was a cynical ploy aimed at appealing to popular opposition to the Harper government's bellicose foreign policy. In his first days in office, Trudeau has reaffirmed his pledge to strengthen Canada's military capabilities as part of a concerted drive to deepen the country's strategic partnership with US imperialism..."

 

Ill-Informed First Words On Ukraine By Canada's New Prime Minister 

http://newcoldwar.org/ill-informed-first-words-on-ukraine-by-canadas-new...

"Canada's new prime minister is something not-so-new when it comes to the civil war that has devastated the lives of millions of people in eastern Ukraine. CBC News reports that Justin Trudeau directed critical and ill-informed words to Russian President Vladimir Putin..."

https://twitter.com/LanaLukash/status/666335508130320385

 

 

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Trudeau Promises Obama An Enhanced Canada-US Partnership

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/11/20/cana-n20.html

"Obama left no doubt that he expects Canada to rapidly ratify the TPP trade and investment deal. 'We are both soon to be signatories to the TPP agreement,' Obama told the leaders' joint press conference.

'I know Justin has to agree with what's happening, but we think that after that process has taken place, Canada, the US and other countries that are here can establish the high standards agreement that protects labour, protects the environment, protects the kind of high-value added goods and services that we both excel in. [that and bare-faced lying]

Obama's rhetoric is a sham. The 12-country pact is the economic arm of Washington's 'Pivot to Asia', a comprehensive, military-strategic, diplomatic and economic drive to encircle, isolate and prepare for war against China.

Canada is deeply implicated in the 'Pivot.' In late 2013, the Harper government struck a secret agreement with Washington for enhanced Canada-US military cooperation in the Asian Pacific. Canada has also been strengthening its military-security cooperation with US allies in the region, including by seeking to establish new forward military bases in Singapore and Korea..."

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Israeli PM Says He Has Good Relationship with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2016/01/21/israeli-pm-says-he-has-good-...

"Benjamin Netanyahu says he has struck a very good relationship with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Both leaders are at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, where Netanyahu says he has no misgivings about Canada's new Liberal government..."

Justin Trudeau has Israel's Back

https://youtu.be/OTvO_SeTvrU

monty1

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Israeli PM Says He Has Good Relationship with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2016/01/21/israeli-pm-says-he-has-good-...

"Benjamin Netanyahu says he has struck a very good relationship with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Both leaders are at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, where Netanyahu says he has no misgivings about Canada's new Liberal government..."

Justin Trudeau has Israel's Back

https://youtu.be/OTvO_SeTvrU

You do understand that this is meaningless propaganda don't you? Good or bad relationship, they will play it up so that they can overplay the letdown they feign when Trudeau takes the six bombers out.

And then of course the negative propaganda aspect of it in order to cause Trudeau supporters who are mainly antiwar to get pissed off because he's even talking to the leader of the apartheid state.

I'm sure 'you' understand.

NDPP

Yes. And I also expect that his eventual withdrawal of Canadian jets will be leveraged to mask an even more substantial commitment to this new iteration of the GWOT. And many Canadians  will settle for this nice lie of 'non-involvement' just like they did last time...

 

2003 - Canada's Secret Contribution to the War in Iraq  - by Richard Sanders

http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/SAN303B.html

"Thanks to the mainstream media, the lie that Canada is NOT involved in this war has spread like wildfire through Canada.

'Ironically, the Canadians provide more support for us in Iraq than most of those 46 countries that are fully supplying us. It's kind of an odd situtation..' - Paul Cellucci US Ambassador

monty1

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Yes. And I also expect that his eventual withdrawal of Canadian jets will be leveraged to mask an even more substantial commitment to this new iteration of the GWOT. And many Canadians  will settle for this nice lie of 'non-involvement' just like they did last time...

 

2003 - Canada's Secret Contribution to the War in Iraq  - by Richard Sanders

http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/SAN303B.html

"Thanks to the mainstream media, the lie that Canada is NOT involved in this war has spread like wildfire through Canada.

'Ironically, the Canadians provide more support for us in Iraq than most of those 46 countries that are fully supplying us. It's kind of an odd situtation..' - Paul Cellucci US Ambassador

No Canadian involvement is o.k. with me but this from your link is far preferable to killing people with the 6 bombers.

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They denounced the government for allowing Canada’s multibillion dollar warships to protect US aircraft carriers in the Gulf.

It's easy for the NDP to take the high road when not elected and responsible. Especially when we know that the Canadian people were firmly in favour of the Conservatives' taking Canada into another US led war. And the majority probably still are. Foreign policy wasn't a big election issue for either the NDP or the Liberals because it wasn't a winning strategy. I remember feeling the frustration even though I understood why and that first defeating the Conservatives was the only important issue.

 

If the 6 bombers are pulled out and they are replaced with something that is genuinely more egregious then it won't escape my personal notice. We'll see, but it's a pretty sure thing the NDP will find it more egredious no matter what Canada contributes. What other position do they have to call their own? We'll see. And it won't go unnoticed no matter what happens. 

Again I make the claim that Trudeau's head is in the right space, as was Chretien's head. That didn't stop the Conservatives and their supporters from making claims that Canada played an active part in the 2003 Iraq war. Wishful thinking on that one I guess?

quizzical

monty1 Canada did play an active role in 2003 no wishful thinking on anyone's part read the post you quoted for evidence.

monty1

quizzical wrote:

monty1 Canada did play an active role in 2003 no wishful thinking on anyone's part read the post you quoted for evidence.

I'm not about to take globalresearch as a credible source after just reading it as another propaganda attempt for the purpose I named. No doubt at all that Conservatives screamed bloody murder at the time though. I personally remember phoning into a radio show where they had Mike Duffy spewing his prowar hate. The question asked was, who was/is Canada's greatest person. I said it was "Chrretien" for keeping our country out of the US led war in Iraq and I immediately got cut off. 

And aren't the Conservatives still after all these years, trying to spin it their way! 

Question for you quizzical: Would your be angry if Trudeau reduces our commitemtne to the US led wars?

NDPP

Meet the Commons Committees of the 42nd Parliament

http://www.cbc.ca/news/house-commons-standing-committees-list-1.3425906

"On Friday the proposed membership lists for the standing committees of the 42nd Parliament were finally presented in the House of Commons..."

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Trudeau Says Canada Will Seek Seat on UN Security Council

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-un-seat-ki-moon-1.3444112

"Canada is looking to win a seat on the UN Security Council as part of a move to renew its relationship with the world body, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today. Trudeau shared a podium with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as he spoke of his plans to rebuild Canada's ties to the organization.

'On the issue of the UN Security Council, I highlighted to the secretary general that part of Canada wishing to re-engage robustly with the UN and in multilateral engagement around the world includes looking towards a bid for the UN Security Council, Trudeau said.

The two men's talks covered issues ranging from climate change to the resettlement of Syrian refugees and Canada's return to major peacekeeping operations. Trudeau said he told Ban that Canada wants to be involved as a peacemaker."

I'm sure given Canada's demonstrated record of service to power, we stand a pretty good chance of such a position. A good lackey can always find ways to make themself of use in such cases..

 

Pondering

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I'm sure given Canada's demonstrated record of service to power, we stand a pretty good chance of such a position. A good lackey can always find ways to make themself of use in such cases..

Harper was denied a seat.

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

Pondering wrote:

NDPP wrote:

I'm sure given Canada's demonstrated record of service to power, we stand a pretty good chance of such a position. A good lackey can always find ways to make themself of use in such cases..

Harper was denied a seat.

That was because the world saw him as a belligerent asshole. Now that we have a two faced, sweet talking PM willing to do what the empire needs we have a chance of getting on again. After all its all in the optics and that is Trudeau's forte.

NDPP

John Ivison: Canada's New Ambassador To US Defends Appointment

http://news.nationalpost.com/full-comment/john-ivison-canadas-new-ambass...

"...MacNaughton was Ontario co-chairman of Trudeau's election campaign. He also worked in Dalton McGuinty's Liberal government with many senior party members including the prime minister's chief of staff, Katie Telford and principal secretary, Gerald Butts. He was Telford's former employer at Strategycorp, a Toronto-based lobbying firm.

He started his new job in Washington little more than a week before Trudeau is a guest at Thursday's state dinner..."

The US president is smiling because he knows Canada is in the bag.

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

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“When you look at Manitoba, Quebec or even British Columbia, their increasing hydro potential could be really significant in terms of economic opportunities for Canadians,” he said.

The Canadian Ambassador to the US pumping the benefits of Site C which will be either used by LNG companies or exported to the US. Interesting to see a federal Liberal appointee speaking out about areas that are squarely within provincial jurisdiction.

As for Site C I guess as I suspected the new Liberal government has no intention of respecting First Nations rights. Imagine the new Ambassador promoting a project they have rejected.

mark_alfred
mark_alfred

Trudeau a hit with Americans on 60 Minutes:

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sat down with 60 Minutes's Lara Logan, in a feature interview that can be seen as an easy-to-digest Coles Notes for Americans about Canada's new young leader.

Unsurprisingly, Trudeau's 2012 charity boxing match against suspended Senator Patrick Brazeau was a particular hit with the online crowd.

At one point, the program showed a photo of Pierre Trudeau with former girlfriend and actress Kim Cattrall, but erroneously stated that it was his wife Margaret Trudeau.

Canadians on Twitter didn't miss the mistake.

mark_alfred

Trudeau visit makes for hot tickets in Washington this week

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White House dinner a tight affair, but side events offer the chance for well-connected invitees to mingle.

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At one point, the program showed a photo of Pierre Trudeau with former girlfriend and actress Kim Cattrall, but erroneously stated that it was his wife Margaret Trudeau.

Were they just trolling us though?  Because that's kind of a whopper.

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On TV Trudeau identified Obama as 'cynical'. Out of the mouths of ...

NDPP

Has PM Kept Promise to Renew Canada's Relationship With the US?

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-tracker-obama-washington-1.3482249

"...Liberals would create a cabinet committee 'to oversee and manage' Canada-US relations. That group, headed by Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland, includes other ministers tasked with important bilateral files, too, such as Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.

Canadian officials say the leaders' meeting Thursday morning will produce agreements in key areas, including border security and harmonized regulations over a wide range of business items..."

quizzical

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Trudeau quietly agrees to share info on Canadians with U.S.

When the hyperbole is cleared away, Justin Trudeau’s pilgrimage to Washington has produced one clear result.

Canada’s new Liberal government says it will push through a long-delayed plan to share with Washington biographic and other information on Canadian citizens travelling overland to the U.S.

wtg sign Bill 51 and now this. fkn Liberals even harper didn't do this.....

 

 

NDPP

Indeed and there's more...

Trudeau Pledges Strengthened Canada-US Partnership in White House Visit

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2016/03/12/cana-m12.html

"Behind the celebrity-style glitz and fawning media coverage, Trudeau and Obama focused on deepening their countries' long-standing strategic collaboration. Although the main areas of discussion publicly reported concerned trade, other economic issues and climate change, Ottawa and Washington's military-security cooperation was central to the Canada-US summit.

Trudeau won the support of significant sections of Canada's ruling elite during last year's election campaign, due in no small part to the Liberals' commitment to strengthen Canada's strategic partnership with Washington.

This takes place under conditions where US imperialism is the most destabilizing force in world politics, having been waging virtually uninterrupted war for the past quarter-century as it seeks to use its overwhelming superiority to offset its economic decline.

Canada is a major partner in all three of the US's principal military-strategic offensives: it's aggressive moves against Russia in Eastern Europe and the Baltic, the war in the Middle East to secure hegemony over the world's most important oil producing region and the Obama administration's 'pivot' or rebalance to Asia, which aims to economically and militarily isolate China in preparation for war.

On Thursday, the two leaders pledged to work towards implementing the Trans Pacific Partnership (TTP) trade deal, the economic arm of Washington's geostrategic offensive against Beijing..."

 

quizzical

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Trudeau won the support of significant sections of Canada's ruling elite during last year's election campaign,

imv, the corporate controlled msm and polling firms along with the social media hacks infiltrating everywhere did their job and got the less informed voters to again vote against their best interests by houting all the lies and bs of the Liberal campaign.

shame on the Liberal MP's who bought into the 1%ers propaganda and conspired to further destroy Aboriginals and Canadians.

quizzical

i remember back to the election when Liberal supporters were carrying on about why was Mulcair's wife using Mulcair's name. and now this lollolol...

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That raised a few eyebrows in the newsroom. For, at the end of the federal election campaign last October, the style arbiters at Maclean’s (including me) noticed that the Liberal party and news organizations were inconsistent in regards to her last name. Some used Trudeau, others Grégoire, while others had variations using both names. Our preference is to use the name preferred by the person. So I asked the magazine’s Ottawa bureau to check with the Liberal party as to which style was preferred by the prime minister-designate’s wife.

The answer was Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau.

That she’s adopted a hyphenated name generated headlines, including this Maclean’s piece by Anne Kingston on the latest example of surname morph in Canadian politics. Since the election we have used that authorized version, as do the main newspapers in Canada: the Toronto Star, Globe and Mailand National Post. And it was used on the Liberal website as late as the end of October.

Now it’s gone. From the Liberal website. And recent press releases.

What’s left unanswered is why? Was the original hyphen an error? Did she try it out for a while and not like it? Why was it un-hyphenated so quietly?

 

mark_alfred

http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/ottawa-spent-2-2m-in-legal-fees-fighting-...

Ottawa spent $2.2M in legal fees fighting lawsuit over maternity, sickness benefits

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The legal bill to fight a group of mothers who say they were wrongfully denied sickness benefits continues to rise as the woman at the centre of the battle waits for the Liberals to follow through on a campaign pledge to end the fight.

Newly released figures show the federal government has spent more than $2.2 million in legal fees fighting Calgary mother Jennifer McCrea and thousands of other Canadians who are involved in a class-action lawsuit over being denied sickness benefits while they were on maternity leave.

 

quizzical

lol, Justin in New York reading from a script too much with a smattering of applause after each non-authentic empty phrase delivered in a non-real voice.

 

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Yeah. Trudeau comes across as a stereotypical politician.Perhaps because he is.

But the LPC won a majority,not only because of the anti-Harper sentiment,but because they laid out an agenda that was apparently quite popular.

Up to this point,besides taking in Syrian refugees,promises,promises highlighted in the Throne Speech,are no where to be found.

Personally,I'd be ecstatic if the Liberals kept their promise about cannabis. I think if they were serious,they would have immediately decriminalized it until they came up with a policy of legalization. But no.

I didn't vote for them but I was willing to give them time to keep their promises. That time has come and gone.

However,I'd compare Trudeau to Obama rather than Harper. And I'm still celebrating his demise. I'm glad he's gone.Good riddance.Even if I haven't yet seen any evidence of a difference so far.

quizzical

so you'd rather have a pretty lying face doing the same things?

alan smithee alan smithee's picture

You like to make things up and pull things out of your ass.

That's not exactly what I said. The fact is that the political tone is much improved. I understand  the blind eyes of a hardcore partisan.

Partisan is something I'm not. I give everyone a chance even Adolf Harper (though that was pointless)

Understand that not everyone waves the same colour flag and not everyone is aggressively partisan.

quizzical

i asked a question.

ask it again. it's alrght with you if the tone is better but the actions are the same? 

alan smithee alan smithee's picture

No. But let me make it clear. I would have been just as patient and satisfied if Canadians elected a burger and a root beer last October.

I think I made it pretty clear that at this point,I'm very much unsatisfied with this government.

mark_alfred

They still haven't released their first budget yet.  So maybe they'll have some decent initiatives in it.  But yeah, besides the initial action on the refugees and undoing a couple of the Cons anti-labour policies, the Libs seem to be a pretty slippery lot.

alan smithee alan smithee's picture

Yes,you're correct. The budget will uncover their real faces.

allah

alan    don't you mean feces

mark_alfred

Laughing

quizzical

alan smithee wrote:
No. But let me make it clear. I would have been just as patient and satisfied if Canadians elected a burger and a root beer last October.

I think I made it pretty clear that at this point,I'm very much unsatisfied with this government.

hyperbole to protect how much like Harper's government Justin's is?

you picked getting fked with a smile.....truthfully

alan smithee alan smithee's picture

quizzical wrote:

alan smithee wrote:
No. But let me make it clear. I would have been just as patient and satisfied if Canadians elected a burger and a root beer last October.

I think I made it pretty clear that at this point,I'm very much unsatisfied with this government.

hyperbole to protect how much like Harper's government Justin's is?

you picked getting fked with a smile.....truthfully

Once again,more bullshit pulled out of your ass. What in my comment is so hard to understand? Is English your first language?

I'M VERY MUCH UNSATISFIED WITH THIS GOVERNMENT.

Sorry if my language directed at them is not strong enough for your taste.

You're an agitator...truthfully.

scott16

Has he announced the specifics about the Electoral reform all-party committee yet?

 

quizzical

this is why a national day care program is needed yesterday....Liberals you are shameful.

most parents have to choose what they can afford unlike Justin Trudeau.

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Twenty-seven other children ...in the facility on the day that the little girl was found without vital signs. No more than five children under the age of ten are allowed to be cared for in an unlicensed daycare...

...A health inspector also said at the time that food that was either rotten or contaminated with listeria was found inside the house.

 

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