The main reason you can’t get what you want when you want it in Canada
is very simple ‘Bilingualism’Introduced in 80’s and added to in the 90’s, in short it forces all packaging in Canada to be in the two official Languages. Doesn’t sound like much, but the consequences for the Canadian consumer are profound.
Here are just a few examples (but it HAS to be on everything!)
US Packaging (NO FRENCH)
Starting at the Top left ‘Corn Flakes’ that wording just gets away with it but below that you will see ‘French’.
Next over is battery booster – that clearly has the French in plain site.
Next some pain cream one side of the box English the other French.
Finally you will see a ‘US’ packaged product the most important aspect is that you can read it!
What difference does it make You say!
Well it’s very very simple all these on the surface just stupid regulations cost Canadians money! in other words adds cost.
But it’s far more than that! it’s choice!
Coming up next …. What’s choice anyway?
Next we cover what you can’t get in Canada and why the media in Canada block any conversation about it
Now safely in the rear view mirror hear who they really are, and what they intend to do about your safety…
Ask yourself why is it more important, to bring in unscreened unknown people from a far off land, when all we know about them is that they are muslim not Christian.
Why is it that this Government refuses to concentrate on the real refugees who are at risk of being beheaded or shot or burnt alive or drowned
This episode introduces people to the newly elected federal Government of Canada. This podcast will expose the Liberals for what they are! They have no intention of maintaining free speech… rather the contrary, they are bound and intent to initially curtail it, but long term gag it, they are intending to change Canada forever.
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Due to the obscure and somewhat confusing regulations
I thought they WE (that’s you and I) could not import rough untreated wood into Canada as to quote someone in a forum on importing wood
wood products — if you have it, declare it, there is a very good reason why they ask about wood … it is all about what you can not see but may lay underneath, bugs, larvai and eggs, any of those that could be in the wood could damage our trees and plants native to your country. You could be fined really heavy for not declaring it and still have it taken from you. Declare it and let them ask the simple question is it finished, vanish wax etc. If it is finished you are nearly 100% be able to keep it but if they do a search and find wood and you have not declared it then the trouble begins .
In the near future all pallets and skids travelling across our boaders Canada to USA and the other way around will have to be be heat treated just for this reason. We have do this now for shipping overseas. Think ash beattle. and there are a few other bugs we have that were brought into the country.
Having spoken to a border person some time ago I was under the impression that you couldn’t I guess I was wrong!
Donald Trump said this week that he fears the election will be “rigged” for Hillary Clinton. Although he didn’t specify exactly how Clinton, her team, or her supporters would commit widespread voter fraud, allowing her to steal a Presidential election, he insisted that the 2012 Presidential election demonstrated a cause for significant concern. I’ve been hearing…
The Press and Pollsters Are Putting Too Much Cornstarch in the Cherry Pie
By Clarice Feldman
That’s the short take of my friend Thomas Lipscomb and I have to agree with him.
Contrary to most of the media-sponsored polls (The LA Times stands alone now calling the race a tie at last view), I agree with this one: Trump will draw in millions of voters who didn’t show up to the polls before and he will beat Hillary Clinton.
I don’t pretend to be a polling expert but note others who claim to be have said much the same thing using different statistical methodologies, including Yale Professor Ray Fair (economic models) and Emory University President Alan Abramowitz (presidential approval ratings), Politik.com predicts a landslide, noting in recent years the number of people voting for Democrats has dipped while the number of those voting for Republicans has risen.
Conservative Treehouse has argued along the same lines and notes that the NYT buried its own key finding that American voters are whiter than “historic leftist presentations”.
It projects that 73,272,595 Republicans will vote this fall in the general election.