verynewtothis replied to the topic 'TO borrow or NOT TO borrow, is it BAD??' in the forum. yesterday

This COMBINED WITH the other ways that I propose here HOW-TO GO ABOUT FUNDING these endeavours and For Me it will go along way into DOING JUST THAT!!

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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Technologies that I believe can HELP humanity:' in the forum. yesterday

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PEI Rocks Wind Power with highest integration in North America

In less than a decade Prince Edward Island (PEI) Canada replaced most of its on-island diesel generation with much less expensive wind power. Today, at 26% the island province has the highest levels of wind power integration in North America and they are not stopping there.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdQuzmOV0IA
145. PEI Rocks Wind Power with highest integration in North America

AND

500 Alberta schools powered by renewable wind energy


Through an innovative agreement with 26 school districts the Bull Creek wind farm in Alberta powers 500 rural Alberta schools providing the districts with long term price stability and 100% renewable energy for their schools.

Learn more: blog, podcast and photos:
Green Energy Futures:

http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/pei-rocks-wind-power

www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqGyl30fk6c
151. 500 Alberta schools powered by renewable wind energy


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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'TO borrow or NOT TO borrow, is it BAD??' in the forum. yesterday

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I AGREE VERY MUCH WITH Prime Minister Justin Trudeau!!

This is from London, Ontario, Canada at UWO's Alumni Hall. January 13, 2017.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=50F5IUG3tAE
Trudeau Gets His Ass Handed To Him By UWO Student!!!

This is a partial EXCERPT from this link:
http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/116492-pull-canada-out-of-the-tpp

verynewtothis wrote: ...

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/canada/gdp

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Canada was worth 1550.54 billion US dollars in 2015.

The gross domestic product (GDP) measures of national income and output for a given country's economy. The gross domestic product (GDP) is equal to the total expenditures for all final goods and services produced within the country in a stipulated period of time. This page provides - Canada GDP - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.


AND

http://www.cfib-fcei.ca/english/article/6066-debt-clock.html

THIS DEBT CLOCK PROVIDES AN UP-TO-THE-SECOND ESTIMATE OF COMBINED
FEDERAL AND PROVINCIAL NET DEBT: (
Scroll DOWN http://www.fin.gc.ca/afr-rfa/2014/report-rapport-eng.asp ), AND HOW IT IS DISTRIBUTED PER PERSON. FIGURES ARE BASED ON MOST RECENT BUDGET PROJECTIONS AND POPULATION DATA COMPILED BY
the 'Canadian Federation of Independent Business' (CFIB).


Federal (Canada): .........$718,038,426,334.47
Provincial / Territorial: $633,604,038,975.38
Total: ..........................$1,351,642,465,309.85


Try NOT TO forget ... that what applies to America DOESN`T necessarily automatically apply to Canada!!


This is from 'Infrastructure Canada:
www.infrastructure.gc.ca/plan/cwwf-fepeu-eng.html

Green Infrastructure:
www.infrastructure.gc.ca/plan/gi-iv-eng.html



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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Pull Canada out of the TPP!' in the forum. 2 days ago

What PROOF do you have DR3D9, that shows that Canada is banqRUPT??????????

I ASK simply do to everything that I read and seen so far shows that Canada IS NOT banqRUPT...

Here`s a small EXAMPLE of what I mean:

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/canada/gdp

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Canada was worth 1550.54 billion US dollars in 2015. GDP in Canada averaged 599.85 USD Billion from 1960 until 2015

The gross domestic product (GDP) measures of national income and output for a given country's economy. The gross domestic product (GDP) is equal to the total expenditures for all final goods and services produced within the country in a stipulated period of time. This page provides - Canada GDP - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.


AND

http://www.cfib-fcei.ca/english/article/6066-debt-clock.html

This Debt Clock provides an up-to-the-second estimate of combined federal and provincial net debt, and how it is distributed per person. Figures are based on most recent budget projections and population data compiled by
the 'Canadian Federation of Independent Business' (CFIB).


Try NOT TO forget DR3D9, that what applies to America DOESN`T necessarily automatically apply to Canada!!


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verynewtothis created a new topic ' Pull Canada out of the TPP!' in the forum. 2 days ago

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Many people thought the Trans-Pacific Partnership would fall apart without the U.S. but recent media reports suggest the Canadian government is now trying to push the massive corporate rights deal forward. Swift action is needed to stop this from happening.

One of U.S. President Donald Trump’s first acts was to remove the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. While we profoundly disagree with Trump on numerous issues, we welcome this rejection of the TPP.

Thousands of people across this country have called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to also reject the TPP. Thanks to thousands of Council of Canadians supporters like you, and our chapter activists who are working in communities across Canada, the International Trade Committee heard from more than 60,000 Canadians – 95 per cent of whom oppose the TPP.
(See the committee report, April 2017: http://www.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?Language=e&Mode=1&Parl=42&Ses=1&DocId=8828808&File=114#32 )

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has indicated the TPP won’t be politically viable without the U.S., but Prime Minister Trudeau hasn’t pulled Canada from the deal, and refuses to say whether our trade negotiators are working with Australia, New Zealand and Japan to somehow move the deal forward. François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s new international trade minister, is heading to Vietnam May 20-21 with the other TPP countries, possibly to try to salvage a deal.

Prime Minister Trudeau must immediately formally withdraw from the TPP. There is no reason for the federal government to wait to make a decision on an agreement that most analysts – and even his own trade minister – say has collapsed, especially when so many Canadians oppose it.

Take action! Send a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau and Minister Champagne and demand that the Trudeau government withdraw from TPP immediately.
https://secure.canadians.org/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1899&ea.campaign.id=65139
This is the text of the letter:

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

Recently, U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Your government has not been clear about what it intends to do about the TPP. I understand that International Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne will be going to Vietnam May 20-21 with other TPP countries to possibly try to salvage the deal.

I am concerned about how the TPP will give corporations the right to sue the Canadian government over policies or regulations that affect corporate profits. The TPP will extend the patent length (and profits) of pharmaceutical corporations by delaying the introduction of lower cost generic drugs. It will slash the domestic content requirement for automobiles, putting thousands of autoworker jobs at risk, and it will undermine family farmers by opening up the Canadian dairy market to imports.

While your government consulted with Canadians about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, it's not clear if you were listening. More than 60,000 Canadians and the overwhelming majority – 95 per cent of them – opposed Canada ratifying the TPP.

I urge you to listen and do the right thing: withdraw Canada from the TPP immediately.



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verynewtothis created a new topic ' Stop the Canada-China Free Trade Agreement talks!' in the forum. 3 days ago

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Trudeau says Canada exploring free trade deal with China

Published on Sep 22, 2016

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is exploring a free trade agreement with China, as he hosts his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang in Ottawa.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzDIrNSbFZs
Six months after announcing exploratory talks on a new Canada-China Free Trade Agreement, the Trudeau government has finally announced a limited public consultation.

But the online form doesn’t even allow you to say you oppose the deal!

And there are plenty of reasons: https://canadians.org/blog/trudeau-pursues-free-trade-china-implications-pipelines-indigenous-rights-water-protection not to want a free trade agreement with China:

•More potential corporate lawsuits over environmental protection legislation
•Increased water pollution and bottled water takings
•Trampled Indigenous rights
•Further tar sands expansion


Prime Minister Trudeau knows that 47 per cent of Canadians oppose a deal with China. That’s why he’s trying to sweep these consultations under the rug.

Tell him to stop Canada-China free trade talks immediately, and hold meaningful public and First Nations consultations.

The point of any free trade agreement should be to better the lives of people in both countries, not to grant rights to corporations and push fossil fuels.

Send your letter now!

https://secure.canadians.org/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1899&ea.campaign.id=66189


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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Tell Trudeau No rubber stamp for CETA!' in the forum. 4 days ago

UPDATE concerning the ratification...UPDATE concerning the implementation of CETA:

EU, Canada sign historic CETA free trade agreement


Published on Oct 31, 2016

After seven years of negotiations the European Union and Canada signed the Comprehensive Economic & Trade Agreement (CETA) in Brussels, Belgium.

The deal eliminates 99 percent of tariffs between the EU and Canada.

RT correspondent Alex Mihailovich joins RT America’s Simone Del Rosario to break down the deal.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=374u-EtIFLU
EU-Canada trade deal on winding road to ratification:
Politico | 13 April 2017 By Florian Wicki

http://www.bilaterals.org/?eu-canada-trade-deal-on-winding&lang=en

Even though the EU’s landmark trade deal with Canada has been approved by the European Parliament and should take effect provisionally in July, some of the toughest hurdles for its final ratification still lie ahead.

Because it was declared a “mixed” trade accord, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement must pass muster with 38 national and regional parliaments across the EU before it is fully approved — and each of these parliaments has the right to stop the treaty.

...

Some of the 38 parliaments are already pushing ahead with ratification. Latvia’s Saeima was the first to give its green light to the treaty in February, and others intend to follow soon.

POLITICO reached out to the remaining 37 chambers to find out:

Are they already on track?
Who are the frontrunners?
Who’s trailing behind?

http://bilaterals.org/IMG/pdf/ceta_interactive_graphics_politico.pdf

Even if CETA passes those ratification hurdles, the treaty won’t be entirely in the bag. In 13 of the 28 EU countries, opponents can launch a referendum to challenge the ratification. Although those referenda are non-binding, they can still put immense pressure on governments to make additional requirements or reconsider their position.

This became evident last year when the Dutch voted against the ratification of the EU-Ukraine trade agreement, forcing the government to embark on long negotiations with other EU countries and Ukraine to reassure voters that the deal is no precursor to EU membership — a fear expressed by opponents of the deal during the referendum campaign.

The concern is that opponents of the Canada agreement, such as well-funded German NGOs, will turn the deal’s controversial Investment Court System into the bogeyman of a renewed anti-CETA campaign to gain traction in such referenda.

European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström warned last year of the risk of such referenda: “We can’t have local referenda on all trade agreements if we want to be serious,” she said, adding they would undermine the EU’s credibility as a trading partner. “If we do that, we can close the shop,” she said.


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verynewtothis created a new topic ' Tell Trudeau No rubber stamp for CETA!' in the forum. 4 days ago

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verynewtothis wrote: MODERATED/EDITE:
I just UPDATED the text of this piece!!!

The Canada-European Union 'Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement' (CETA)


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Canada's banking regulations under attack in EU trade deal
February 27, 2013 - 4:20pm
http://www.canadians.org/node/4551

According to a short news piece by Canadian Press today, "Canada is struggling to maintain the traditional standards it imposes to protect financial services in Canada from foreign control and financial instability ." CP obtained a February 1 version of the services chapter: http://cupe.ca/trade of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, which was circulated to EU member states, showing that "Canada's vaunted banking system is on the negotiating table."

A separate article in the Wall Street Journal: http://blogs.wsj.com/canadarealtime/2013/02/27/canada-seeks-exemption-for-financial-sector-in-eu-trade-talks-sources/ elaborates on the news, saying "Canadian negotiators are pushing for the financial sector to be broadly exempted from commitments in a trade pact they are hammering out with the European Union," and that this is "one of the key sticking points in the talks, according to people familiar with the matter." How to handle financial regulations is "among half a dozen outstanding issues that negotiators on both sides are grappling with in Brussels this week," says WSJ.



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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Free Trade - NAFTA - SPP - NAU concerning Canada' in the forum. 5 days ago

verynewtothis wrote: MORE ON THIS EVIL:

Corporate rights protections: A primer on investor-state dispute settlement
By Jim Stanford| March 19, 2015
http://rabble.ca/columnists/2015/03/corporate-rights-protections-primer-on-investor-state-dispute-settlement

In light of the latest NAFTA's Chapter 11: http://tcc.export.gov/%5C%5C/Trade_Agreements/All_Trade_Agreements/NAFTA_Part5_Chapter11.asp decision to go against Canada, I was asked to put together some background notes for our Unifor leadership on this bizarre quasi-judicial kangaroo court system. Here they are, in case they are useful for anyone else getting up to speed on the whole investor-state dispute system.

Some very good and more detailed resources on the subject include:

The latest update from Scott Sinclair at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA): http://www.policyalternatives.ca/sites/default/files/uploads/publications/National%20Office/2015/01/NAFTA_Chapter11_Investor_State_Disputes_2015.pdf , who has painstakingly catalogued all the NAFTA Chapter 11 claims, and documented that Canada definitely hold the "most sued" award. An interesting report from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD): http://unctad.org/en/publicationslibrary/webdiaepcb2014d3_en.pdf (referenced below) which highlights the worldwide nature of the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions, the accelerating pace of claims launched, and the frequency of successful claims.

Here are the briefing notes:

■ Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) is a quasi-judicial arbitration system whereby companies can sue national governments for perceived violations of various free-trade and investor freedom commitments.

■ The most infamous example of this system have been experienced under NAFTA, which was one of the first trade deals to spell out these special powers (in its Chapter 11).

■ In the first two decades of NAFTA, 77 claims were launched under Chapter 11's ISDS system (as reported by the CCPA report cited above). Thirty-five of them were against Canada (more than any other country). Of those, at least nine have been settled (either through arbitration or through out-of-court agreements) against Canada, with total monetary damages now approaching $200 million.

■ Claims against Canada under Chapter 11 have been accelerating: 24 of the claims against Canada have been launched in the last decade (since 2005), representing 70 per cent of all Chapter 11 claims. Within NAFTA's kangaroo court system, it is clear that Canada is the favoured "target."

The most recent Chapter 11 judgment awards $17 million to ExxonMobil and Murphy Oil: http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/03/13/oil-giants-win-17m-from-ottawa-under-nafta.html in compensation for a provision of the 1985 Atlantic Accord energy agreement, which requires oil-producing companies to conduct minimal R&D in Newfoundland as a condition of their production license. Note that the Atlantic Accord pre-dates NAFTA. Also, the companies had sued Newfoundland in Canadian court to protest the requirement … and lost. So Chapter 11 provided an alternate (and more business-friendly) way to press their same claims.

■ Past Chapter 11 judgments or out-of-court settlements against Canada include: $130 million awarded to Abitibi-Bowater for Newfoundland's expropriation of land and water rights from a pulp mill that the company closed in 2008 (the affected workers were members of the CEP, now part of Unifor); an out-of-court settlement with Ethyl Corp. over a Canadian ban on import and sale of MMT, a chemical additive in gasoline; and a suit by Dow regarding Quebec government claims regarding the safety of the pesticide 2,4-D.

■ The actions currently being pursued against Canada include a total of $6 billion in additional claims, for a range of measures: including Quebec's ban on natural gas fracking; several aspects of Ontario's Green Energy Act; Canada's support for building a second bridge crossing at Windsor-Detroit; and the federal government's invalidation of a drug patent for a product that was clinically shown to be not useful.

■ ISDS provisions are now included in many other free trade and international investment agreements. So while NAFTA unfortunately helped to pioneer the process, unfortunately it is no longer unique.

■ One especially dangerous ISDS provision is contained in the recently implemented Canada-China FIPA (Foreign Investment Protection Agreement): http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/114621-another-so-called-free-trade-deal-fipa . It provides Chinese companies with access to a quasi-judicial ISDS provision for a minimum of 31 years (even if a subsequent Canadian government reneges on the treaty).

■ Globally, over 530 ISDS claims were launched between 2000 and 2013, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. The rate of ISDS claims has accelerated (averaging over 50 per year since 2011). Globally, most ISDS claims result in awards or out-of-court settlements against the "offending" governments.

■ Proposals to include ISDS in the proposed Canada-Europe - the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA): http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/112908-free-trade-nafta-spp-nau-fippa-tpp-and-some-of-the-can-conmen-that-helped-to-erode-canada-s-soverei?start=10#134988 have been highly controversial, especially in Europe. Millions of Europeans have signed petitions against any ISDS provision in CETA (or in the similar agreement being negotiated with the U.S.), and several EU-member governments have now said they will not endorse a CETA that includes ISDS. But Canada's government remain determined to include this anti-democratic feature in the agreement.

■ ISDS raised enormous questions of democracy, accountability, and rule of law. The idea was supposedly justified originally by foreign investor concerns that their assets would be jeopardized by unilateral action from undemocratic "third world" governments. But the repeated use of ISDS against Canada and other countries with mature, reliable legal systems confirms that is not the motive. ISDS provides corporations with an undemocratic appointed business-friendly forum in which to press their claims against any government action seen as unfavourable to profits.

■ The regular use of ISDS has an additional "chill" effect on government policy-making, that extends beyond the actual judgments that have been awarded. Governments are now even more reluctant to take any measures opposed by business, for fear of being called before this "kangaroo court" system.

■ An additional complication in Canada arises from the fact that many ISDS actions have been launched against provincial governments, which cannot be constitutionally liable for provisions of an international trade treaty. Thus there is some legal and fiscal uncertainty about who would have to pay ISDS judgments against provincial governments. The Harper government has paid for some past judgements that went against provincial governments (most notably the big Abitibi-Price award), but wants to make it clear the provinces will be on the hook for future judgments (including under CETA). The provinces are resisting, and with good reason.


Jim Stanford is an economist with Unifor Canada.



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Canada biggest target in NAFTA claims
http://nupge.ca/content/12046/canada-biggest-target-nafta-claims

Lawsuits against Canada under NAFTA's Chapter 11: http://tcc.export.gov/%5C%5C/Trade_Agreements/All_Trade_Agreements/NAFTA_Part5_Chapter11.asp , investor-state disputes, are making Canada, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, the most "sued country in the developed world." — Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Of the 77 known NAFTA investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) claims up to January 1 2015 35 have been against Canada: http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/01/13/canada_being_sued_for_billions_under_nafta_investor_protections.html while 20 have targeted the U.S., and 22 have been against Mexico.

Hundreds of millions of dollars in penalties and legal fees

Canada has paid out NAFTA damages totaling over C$172 million, while Mexico has paid damages of US$204 million. The U.S. has yet to lose a NAFTA Chapter 11 case. Hmm...I wonder why that is!?! :evil:

All three governments have incurred tens of millions of dollars in legal costs to defend themselves against investor claims.


Canada most "sued developed country in the world"

The study notes that "Canada has been sued more times and faces more active claims than any other NAFTA party. Indeed, according to the latest figures on ISDS claims from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Canada is now the most sued developed country in the world. This dubious distinction is entirely due to lawsuits under NAFTA chapter 11."

Since 2005, Canada has been the target of over 70 per cent of all NAFTA claims. Currently, Canada faces nine active claims challenging a wide range of government measures that allegedly interfere with the expected profitability of foreign investments. Foreign investors are seeking over $6 billion in damages from the Canadian government.

These claims include challenges to a ban on fracking by the Quebec provincial government and a decision by a Canadian federal court to invalidate a pharmaceutical patent on the basis that it was not sufficiently innovative or useful.



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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Free Trade - NAFTA - SPP - NAU concerning Canada' in the forum. 5 days ago
verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Free Trade - NAFTA - SPP - NAU concerning Canada' in the forum. 5 days ago
verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Free Trade - NAFTA - SPP - NAU concerning Canada' in the forum. 5 days ago
verynewtothis created a new topic ' The Council of Canadians: PEOPLE POWER Canadian Style' in the forum. 7 days ago

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https://www.facebook.com/CouncilofCDNS/videos/vb.394745970602999/826698440741081/?type=2&theater[/u]

On May 30, over 700 people linked arms on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, forming a line in the sand against Energy East, the biggest proposed tar sands pipeline.

The 1.1 million barrel per day pipe would pass over 300 waterways in NB and require massive oil storage tanks and a new export port in Red Head, putting local air quality, water, the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale and our climate at risk.


Every Lake, Every River

Published on Oct 6, 2016


Take action now to protect every lake and every river!

1. Sign the petition:
secure.canadians.org/ea-action/action?ea...ea.campaign.id=52987

2. Participate in public consultations:
canadians.org/blog/protect-water-part-1

3. Support the campaign:
secure.canadians.org/ea-action/action?ea...ea.campaign.id=55037

Lakes and rivers are under threat from pipeline, mining and other industrial projects being given the green light under weakened laws brought in by the former Harper government.

The Trudeau government will be holding public consultations to review freshwater protections and environmental legislation. With your help, we can secure a better water future for Canada and Indigenous communities.

Narrated by Maude Barlow, author and national chairperson of the Council of Canadians. Featuring Emma Lui, water campaigner with the Council of Canadians.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5clsuzdOo8


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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Canadians & Americans: How different are we?' in the forum. 1 week ago

This is for Canadians:

I FIRST read about Canada's Water Crisis around six years ago...I paid it no real attention at that time...Big mistake on my part!!

I Once Again heard about Canada's Water Crisis around two years ago...I SADLY Did It Again, I paid it no real attention...Again A Big mistake on my part!!

This time I`m paying attention to it and Trying What I Can To Bring This Important Issue To Light For Canadians...

So I Bought her book and Joined The Council of Canadians TO START MY RESEARCH WITH AND I ENCOURAGE OTHER Canadians TO DO THE SAME THING!!
;)

Maude Barlow - Boiling Point: Government Neglect, Corporate Abuse, and
Canada's Water Crisis


Winnipeg, Nov. 24, 2016: Council of Canadians Chair Maude Barlow discusses her latest book, "Boiling Point: Government Neglect, Corporate Abuse, and Canada's Water Crisis" with Paul Moist
at McNally Robinson Booksellers.

More Info:

Council of Canadians:

canadians.org/

Council of Canadians` FaceBook page:
www.facebook.com/CouncilofCDNS

Council of Canadians` Twitter page:
twitter.com/CouncilofCDNs

www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAQA4bXGfBE

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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'TO borrow or NOT TO borrow, is it BAD??' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

Hey, capitalistic minded Nazi elites this is for you...I guess theirs no need for me to say something here, this video pretty much says it all for me, but I WILL SAY ONE THING THOUGH...GET USE TO SEEING MORE OF THIS IN THE FUTURE:

Greece Riots. Grexit is here 2017! Prepare for World Economic Collapse and Crisis in Markets

Published on Mar 9, 2017

Greek farmers riot march 2017.

Grexit 2017 will happen with or without the elite the citizens are rising up.

the banks are collapsing GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

bank runs have taken place violence in the streets as rioters attack police


www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6v9SGD-Pj0


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verynewtothis replied to the topic 'Technologies that I believe can HELP humanity:' in the forum. 3 weeks ago

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Paul Benhaim way of thinking sounds about right to me!!

Social License & Hemp - Paul Benhaim

Published on Feb 8, 2017

Paul Benhaim delivers a presentation on Social License & Hemp at the 2016 Conference, Hemp: A Changing Horizon.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2ZGBERfhic
What is the CHTA:

Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance Promo

Published on Feb 27, 2017

The CHTA is a national organization that promotes Canadian hemp and hemp products globally. Established in 2003 the Alliance represents those involved in Canada’s hemp industry.

Members include; farmers, processors, manufacturers, researchers, entrepreneurs and marketers.

The key functions of the Alliance are to
disseminate information,
promote the use of nutritional and industrial hemp and coordinate research.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sPXDZyAVrA


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Carl Martel, Industrial Hemp Consultant, Canada

Nimbin Hemp Embassy Medical Cannabis Workshop March 12, 2016


www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wjr9WdMIgw


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