Environment in multiple crises – report
The think-tank IPPR says human impacts have reached a critical stage and threaten to destabilise society and the global economy.
Scientists warn of a potentially deadly combination of factors.
These include climate change, mass loss of species, topsoil erosion, forest felling and acidifying oceans.
New Survey Confirms The Trudeau Carbon Tax Will Force Small & Medium-Size Companies To Slash Jobs & Cut Wages
Trudeau gave exemptions to big corporations, but smaller and medium size Canadian companies will be slammed with the full tax, and they’re worried they can’t handle the cost.
A new survey shows that small and medium-sized companies are concerned that they won’t be able to pass on the cost of the tax to consumers through price increases, meaning that slashing jobs and wages is all they’ll have left.
Twitter trolls stoked debates about immigrants and pipelines in Canada, data show
Twitter trolls linked to suspected foreign influence campaigns stoked controversy over pipelines and immigration in Canada, according to a CBC/Radio-Canada analysis of 9.6 million tweets from accounts since deleted.
Roughly 21,600 tweets from those troll accounts directly targeted Canadians — many of them with messages critical of Canadian pipeline projects and tweets that highlighted divisions over Canada’s policies on immigration and refugees.
Germany: Dreams of “Refugee Work Force” Vanish as 95% of Nonwhite Invaders Remain on Welfare
The widely-propagated liberal delusion that the fake refugee invasion of Europe would “boost the workforce and save the pensions” has been again rudely shattered with new official figures which show over 95 percent of the nonwhite invaders granted “asylum” since 2015 are still on welfare—and that the state’s much-vaunted “refugee reserve” fund of €32.5 billion will be “wiped out” within the next two years.
Quebec government creates guidelines to control problem hockey parents
Parents of minor hockey players in Quebec will now be required to make sure their conduct in the stands measures up to new guidelines set by the provincial government.
The Education Department in conjunction with Quebec’s minor hockey federation has put together a behaviour protocol governing how hockey associations should handle aggressive and unacceptable events involving parents of minor hockey players.
“Minor” hockey players? Them’s fightin’ words!