Category Archives: Canada

‘You guys call yourselves Canadians?’ Politicians heckled, booed at pro-oil sector rally in Calgary

What was meant to be a unified show of support for the energy industry at a rally Monday at times turned contentious, with one city councillor abruptly ending his speech midway through and the mayor sometimes being booed during his remarks.

The pro-pipeline event, which was supported by all 14 Calgary councillors in addition to Mayor Naheed Nenshi, was organized by Canada Action, a movement that supports the natural resources sector. Thousands turned out at Municipal Plaza over the lunch hour, chanting “Build Our Future” as the rally got under way.


Ashura is Remembrance Day for Toronto’s Shia Muslims

Every Ashura, the tenth day of the first month of the Islamic calendar, Shia Muslims around the world commemorate the anniversary of the death of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad and the third Imam (successor) of Shia Islam. In 680 AD, he led a small party of supporters and relatives against the forces of the Umayyad caliph Yazid I. Husayn and his party were subsequently killed, and their women, children, and sick were marched into captivity in Syria.


CBC attempts to normalize illegal alien invaders

Crossing the border illegally into Canada was the only option left for me

“The decision to come to Canada came around this time, when I was working with NYU on a research project in Afghanistan and was regularly visiting New York City for official purposes. Security had deteriorated in Afghanistan and civilians like me were particularly targeted because of their ethnic and religious affiliations. People were being attacked at mosques, at places of learning, at gyms, at cultural ceremonies and plenty of other places where groups get together.

Seeking asylum in the U.S was not an option — not after President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant policies and rhetoric. So I made my way to Canada. This was not an easy decision by any means.”

Another refugee from war torn New York State…


Five Eyes spy chiefs warned Useful Idiot Trudeau twice about Huawei national-security risk

Spy chiefs from the Five Eyes intelligence network briefed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on two occasions this year about the national-security risk from Chinese high-tech giant Huawei − meetings that took place months before Canada’s arrest of a top Huawei executive severely strained relations with Beijing.

Sources say Mr. Trudeau met the spy directors at a Five Eyes meeting in mid-July in Nova Scotia and at secret intelligence talks on the sidelines of the Commonwealth summit in London in April, where Huawei and its ties to the Chinese government dominated discussion.


Sidewalk Labs partners with Toronto groups to collect data for public life study

Since the partnership between Waterfront Toronto and Google-affiliated Sidewalk Labs was announced in October 2017, the proposal has been marred by questions over what data will be collected, where it will be stored and who would be able to access it. An Ontario auditor-general’s report recently questioned why there weren’t more specifics in the plan about how the data governance plan would work in the project.


China Press Warns To “Prepare For Escalation Of Conflict With Canada”

Days after revealing that businessman Michael Spavor – who became the second Canadian citizen detained in China since Beijing warned it would retaliate against Canada for the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver earlier this month – had been arrested for “threatening national security”, the Communist Party made clear that this is only the beginning, and that Canada should expect “further escalation” as Beijing has no intentions of backing down – and every intention of sending a message to US allies that they should stay out of the still-simmering dispute between the world’s two largest economies.


How a red dot kept Chinese-Canadian readers from getting the full story on Huawei

VANCOUVER—Users of China’s hugely popular social-media app WeChat know it well: the big red dot.

The dot lets them know the news article they want to read is no longer available. It says the link is suspected of phishing or malware and has been blocked, but in reality the dot often appears when the Chinese government doesn’t want a story seen.


Corbella: Notley stays quiet while Bill C-69 passes another hurdle

On Wednesday afternoon, federal Bill C-69 passed second reading in the Senate by a vote of 56-29.

The response from the Alberta government on this troubling news?

Crickets. Deafening silence. Inaction on an epic scale.

Officially called the Impact Assessment Act, many people in the energy industry prefer to call it Justin Trudeau’s “No More Pipelines Law”. Deron Bilous, Alberta’s economic development and trade minister, said Bill C-69 will “doom our energy sector.”

Premier Rachel Notley’s NDP government argues it has done plenty to object to Bill C-69.

The facts state otherwise.


Canada’s Liberal Party uses our tax dollars to support Muslim terrorists who murder women and children.

MALCOLM: The baby killed by Hamas is yet another wake-up call

The terrorists deliberately shot a heavily pregnant woman straight through the stomach, before cowardly fleeing the scene.

…The much-documented phenomenon of Palestinian indoctrination has ties to Canada and the Trudeau government’s decision to boost funding to a United Nations agency that has been infiltrated with Hamas operatives.

Earlier this year — after the U.S. announced it would pull funding from UNRWA, following in the footsteps of Canada’s former prime minister Stephen Harper who also pulled funding — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced he would reinstate funding to the corrupt agency to the tune of $75 million in taxpayer funds.

See also Muslim Terrorists Are Financing Operations In Canada


Muslim terrorists are financing operations in Canada

FINTRAC – (Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada) has released its first Terrorist Financing Assessment. It is a very Islamophobic document!

Below is the section outlining the extent of risk presented by Hizballah (Hezbollah) activities in Canada. The report further details the extent of support found within the Muslim population resident in Canada for Mohammedan terrorist organizations worldwide.

It’s a sobering read and begs the question – why is Canada importing a violent supremacist cult?


Hizballah is one of the most complex listed terrorist organizations from a financing perspective and currently one of the most powerful political parties in Lebanon. The organization is well entrenched in the Lebanese political and economic landscape, giving it the capacity to act as a state within a state. Outside of these formal structures, however, Hizballah operates within a logistical and support structure that is both global in scope and highly diversified in nature. The organization makes use of this support network to augment its financial capacity for operations both within and outside the Middle East.

For decades, Hizballah has received significant funding from Iran, resulting in many countries designating it as a state sponsor of terrorism. This funding likely accounts for a large proportion of Hizballah’s overall budget, although specific figures are not known.

Second to state support for Hizballah are numerous material supporters–successful individuals in business and other professions–who provide both financial and other resources to the organization. These individuals operate in many countries both within and outside of the Middle East, including Canada. In many cases, these individuals are not directly tied to the formal structures of Hizballah, and operate successful businesses that engage in legitimate commercial activity. Some of the resources these businesses generate, however, are ultimately diverted to support Hizballah’s official activities.

Hizballah also maintains an international network of charities, non-profit organizations and other organizations sympathetic to its cause. These organizations exist in countries throughout the world, again including Canada. The financial connections between Hizballah and these organizations, however, are not always straightforward. In some cases, a portion of the funds these organizations raise may find its way back to Hizballah in the Middle East; however, in other cases these organizations themselves may be the beneficiaries of Hizballah funding.

Finally, Hizballah may benefit indirectly from donations or other funding from sympathetic members of the global Lebanese Shia population. Often, these individuals have no direct or even indirect affiliation with the organization, but may simply sympathize with it for political reasons. This support can even extend to individuals engaging in criminal activity, as has been seen on a limited number of occasions in the past in locations as diverse as West Africa, the United States and South America.


Hizballah will remain a primary concern for terrorist financing activity, since its global reach, diversified funding structure, and role in the Lebanese political system will ensure its longevity. Its increasing influence in Syria and Iraq as a result of its participation in the fight against Daesh has also bolstered its fortunes. The risk of the potential diversion of funds to support Hizballah remains higher in Canada in particular, given the longstanding and significant financial flows between Canada and Lebanon, the volume of which can often make suspicious transactions more difficult for reporting entities to detect.

Below is the full FINTRAC report in pdf format.

FINTRAC Terrorist Finance Assessment 2018