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Farting around with switching red & white health cards

When we started writing this post Ontario’s debt weighed in at: $345,403,870,000.00 That’s $23, 967.00 per Ontarian. With this in mind, what makes more sense: 1) Ontario taxpayers’ dollars spent on farting around with switching red and white health cards, … Continue reading

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Should you find in an advanced society…

The compulsion to speak faster. The compulsion to do everything faster. The compulsion to be constantly inches away from a phone. The compulsion to… We appreciate your comments. Click here. Trumping Trudeau: How Donald Trump will change Canada even if … Continue reading

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Green

Nice colour. It inspires calmness and growth. It’s important to eat your greens. Not so nice when “green” is tied to a political party. The NDP appeasement of the three Greens elected to BC’s legislature lead to, as Ms. Holly … Continue reading

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Colonoscopy: best real time home movie

Do you like home movies?  Then you can’t get much better than a colonoscopy  Why would you want to be asleep?  Of course the whine-about-everything-the-Ford-government-does crowd will continue to shriek about the proposed delisting of sedation. The reality is that … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy & mendacity of government

How much time and other resources (i.e., taxpayers dollars) were spent on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (launched in 2008; final report released in 2015)? Truth and Reconciliation has been trumpeted by all levels of government for eleven … Continue reading

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Health care?

In North America, we do not have health care systems; we have illness care systems, which provide conduits for pharmaceutical companies. You shouldn’t be surprised, therefore, if you hear a physician say:  “the drugs won’t prevent cancer.”   We appreciate … Continue reading

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Flash: PM to expand apology tour

Yes, coming to a town hall near you, the Right Honourable JT will confess the falsehoods about “climate change” and the carbon tax scheme.  Insiders say he has had an about-face and hopes for absolution and penance (particularly timely during … Continue reading

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WANTED: Canadian Trade Negotiator, part 2*

The successful candidate will know that: tariffs are part of fair trade talks the telco sector is on the table the airline sector is on the table preparation for new fair trade talks is key ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ Do you … Continue reading

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Agencyitis

Bravo to Ontario’s new PC government for starting to cure Ontario from agencyitis.  Fewer healthcare related agencies is a good first step.  We say this with one caveat:  a “super agency” already exists to manage the various segments of healthcare, … Continue reading

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Leftist hysterics

Why no hysterics in the visitors’ gallery and the halls of Queen’s Park prior to June 7, 2018 about the autism issue? Little was done by the Ontario Liberal government to address the ballooning autism wait list. Now, when the … Continue reading

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