Politics

Biden is in Trump is Out and the World Continues Spinning as it Always Has

Biden is in Trump is Out and the World Continues Spinning as it Always Has

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Quebec Imposes New Mandatory Curfews to Help Flatten Covid-19 Curve

Corona Virus and Curfews This past Saturday, Quebecers had to start abiding by new curfew rules which meant they had to be in their homes by 8 pm. There were of course exceptions, but those are few and for the most part, this meant that once 8 pm rolled around on Saturday evening, cities within […]

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Discrimination of the Most Vulnerable and Overlooked Minority

All Lives Should Matter One would think that in the year 2020 and with the pandemic that has had us all with way too much time to think, that we would have come up with solutions to end the discrimination we have been plagued with since probably the beginning of time. We often hear of […]

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SNC-Lavalin Scandal Continues

So Tired I’m sure many Canadians are tired of hearing about this never-ending story, much like I am. But, like a mystery novel, there continues to be twists and turns in the story that make it rather interesting, even if you’re one that doesn’t pay much attention to politics. I’m sure Justin Trudeau by now […]

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Another Justin Trudeau Blunder

SNC-Lavelin has been one of the prime subjects in the media lately. There are cries for Justin Trudeau to resign as Prime Minister. What next?

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GM Announces Factory Closures

Closures Announced This past November, General Motors announced that it would be closing 5 plants in North America to shift focus to electric and autonomous vehicles. The announcement came as a shock to many, including employees of the plants now scheduled to close, and the union that supports those employees. Such an announcement can be […]

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Another Election Over

Municipal Elections in Ontario This past Monday was election day in Ontario where cities and towns chose their mayors, councillors and school board trustees. It was the first election in many years that I did not vote in. Strangely, this municipal election did not seem to get much coverage through the media or even with […]

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The Day After

Legalization is Finally Here Well, here we are the day after marijuana became legal in Canada. We have been inundated for the last several months on how the legalization of marijuana was going to make Canada the much better place it was always meant to be. Personally, I think that is a major load of […]

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NAFTA Deal Reached at the Last Hour

11th Hour Deal Well here we are at the beginning of a new month. It’s hard to believe that it is October already and this coming weekend is a Canadian Thanksgiving. I had a post all written and ready to publish last night concerning the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations and that Canada had […]

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Does Voice Dictation Work?

Voice Dictation So, I’m trying something different today. I’m actually using voice dictation to create this post. I’ve had Dragon NaturallySpeaking installed on my desktop computer for some time, but I’m never actually used it. I’m working at getting several websites up and running, and I need to find a way to increase my productivity […]

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