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Why the U.S. needs Canada 1

I’ve had this debate many times over the last 10 years or so with several different people. The debate usually starts out with the statement “Canada would be nothing if the United States weren’t there to protect her“. The common perception for some is that Canada wouldn’t be able to protect itself if it didn’t ...

Stephen Harper sealing his fate 6

Stephen Harper is sealing the fate of his future as Prime Minister of Canada. As the leader of a minority government, he is already walking on a tight rope. With his support for the Israeli response to the Hezbollah kidnapping as a proportionate response, he is losing the support of many Canadians who are against ...

Terrorists in the Media

When I was in the United States last weekend, someone we had met had mentioned that she was in Toronto when “Canada’s 9/11″ was supposed to happen. I was a little bit awe struck when I realized that this person was referring to the arrests of the 17 terrorist wanna-be’s the other week in Toronto. ...

Canadians are bad terrorists

As everyone already knows, police have arrested 17 people in an anti-terror sweep in the Greater Toronto Area. This story has headlined in major news agencies all over the globe. Spy and police agencies have been monitoring this alleged terror cell since the fall of 2004, and they finally made the arrest after the RCMP ...

Canadians arrive 5 days before US Army 2

A Canadian Search and Rescue team arrived in a flooded New Orleans suburb to save trapped residents 5 days before the US military or FEMA arrived; even while floodwaters were still 8 feet deep in places. The team has been lauded by a Louisiana Senator for their quick response. Two FEMA officials reached the parish ...

I told you so! 4

Went out for dinner tonight with a girl, and when we were walking toward the restaurant, I noticed a man sitting on a park bench chatting on his cell phone that resembled the recent Prime Minister candidate Jack Layton. I then also noticed that the lady he was with was also on her cell phone ...

Crime in Canada 2

I came across some interesting facts about crime in Canada compared to the United States and the rest of the world. To read the detailed information, click here Canada has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. It has been declining for decades. In 2002, Canada showed the lowest crime rate in twenty-five ...

Pierre Elliott Trudeau quotes 3

Here are some quotes from one of the most influential Prime Ministers in Canada’s history (Pierre Elliott Trudeau – 1919-2000): “Reason over passion.” “Be ready when opportunity comes…Luck is the time when preparation and opportunity meet.” “The essential ingredient of politics is timing.” “Canada will be a strong country when Canadians of all provinces feel ...

Canada Staying out of U.S. Missile Defense 2

Canada has officially announced that they will not join the US Missile Defense Program. I am against Canada joining this program, and I applaud Paul Martin for listening to his citizens on this matter. It’s a good feeling to know that the Prime Minister of this country listens to his people instead of making decisions ...

Canadian flag removal disgraceful

The Newfoundland and Labrador premier Danny Williams should be ashamed of himself for taking down the Canadian flags because he feels Ottawa hasn’t offered him a fair deal on offshore revenue. I think this is the most disrespectful thing he can do to his country, and the worst possible way to resolve the conflict.Link to ...