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Suez Canal ship linked to ultra-insider conspiracy to start World War III

Posted on 04 April 2021

Over a thousand trafficked children and dead bodies have been rescued out of shipping containers in the Suez Canal by US Navy Seals. Sources say that as of this writing, children were still being rescued and bodies discovered in Evergreen’s 18,000+ containers. The containers were on an Evergreen Corporation ship that blocked the Canal from Tues. 23 March to Mon 29 March, c ...

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COVID-19 Lockdowns: Public health technocrats engage in shameless hypocrisy

Posted on 02 April 2021

Did you ever notice that the officials who are advocating lockdowns are never in any way directly financially affected by the consequences of their decisions? This is the fundamental hypocrisy of the pandemic.  The lockdowns will only end when workers and whole communities which are more imminently threatened by total economic meltdown than COVID-19, demand that the officials who seek ...

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XFL: CFL's ultimate problem is a shortage of brains and not money

Posted on 10 April 2021

Let's face it folks.  The NFL's financial success was not something which dropped from the sky.  The success of the NFL has been propelled by smart people who have made smart decisions.  Smart people, making smart decisions, have resulted in professional leagues across North America being able to face the challenge of the pandemic without selling out their identit ...

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CFL: Canadian sports journalists spread fake news fanfare over XFL

Posted on 29 March 2021

Many Canadian sports journalists would have us believe that the XFL and The Rock have put in place a veritable marketing machine in America.  All the CFL needs to do is tap onto that marketing machine for cash to rain down from the skies as a result of legions of American fans on the edge of their seats in anticipation for the XFL to begin, so the story goes.
But it doesn't take muc ...

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CFL: Saving Canadian Football is not rocket science

Posted on 29 March 2021

Professional sports leagues across North America have proven that where there's a will there's a way in efforts to face the challenges of the pandemic.
Unfortunately, CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie and the big shots who he represents seem to be more focused on getting handouts than making the kind of adjustments of other professional leagues.
Having not received a sought corpora ...

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CFL: 11 reasons Commissioner Randy Ambrosie should resign

Posted on 19 March 2021

Last year, the Canadian Football League (CFL) season was forcefully cancelled due to the impact of COVID-19 but a year after, the pressure is mounting on CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie to turn the fortunes of the league around. CFL fans have been very vocal about the lack of communication or decisive plans towards the start of the new 2021 season. In November 2020, the CFL announced the f ...

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CFL: 8 reasons Randy Ambrosie needs to resign as Commissioner - Stop the Shitshow!

Posted on 19 March 2021

This time CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie has gone too far with the prevailing media publicized talks of so-called "alignment" between the CFL and XFL.  Here are eight reasons why the best thing that Mr. Ambrosie could do to save football in Canada and rejuvenate the CFL is not his sought alignment with the XFL but his immediate resignation as Commissioner -

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5 Reasons Hudson's Bay should be establishing a Canadian version of U.S. retailer Amazon

Posted on 15 November 2020

Once the pride of Canada’s retail community, the Hudson’s Bay is facing financial crisis due to the effect of the global pandemic. The department store has been an iconic brand for Canadians with over 80 stores scattered in seven provinces. However, the brand is facing dark times as they announced the closure of one of their flagship stores in Winnipeg early this month. The iconic, six ...

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John Summers: Ottawa Lawyer Presides Over Criminal Conspiracy With Three Judges

Posted on 17 December 2018

The evidence is quite overwhelming.  John Summers who practices law at Bell Baker and three Superior Court Judges who are fellow graduates of the University of Ottawa have consorted in a heinous criminal conspiracy against a disabled woman whose name is Dezrin Carby-Samuels.  Dezrin had been a hard working mother who gave back to her community until her husband began to complaining about ...

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Why ‘no surrender’ on Brexit is a bad strategy for the DUP

Posted on 15 October 2018

Respect for unionist aspirations is a requirement of the Good Friday agreement. If we are to deepen friendship on our small island that respect should be written in our hearts. Parity of esteem, which requires equal respect for nationalist aspirations, must work in both directions. As a former Irish diplomat, I come from a different tradition from unionism, but it is with that awareness ...