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Canada – Average Canadian Family Paying More Than $12K To Fund Public Health Care

Well, there is no such thing as free.  Each of us is paying $4,600 a year for health care.  I wonder if every Canadian had to pay for health insurance as soon as they turned 18, what the rates would be?   Would that policy cost less than $4,600 a year? What would health insurance cost […]

The World – The Beaufort Gyre

Scientists are taking a close look at this Arctic phenomenon as it is showing signs of discharging its huge volume of ice cold fresh water into the North Atlantic.  Apparently, this is not a good thing.  Today, nothing seems to be a good thing anymore. How a Wayward Arctic Current Could Cool the Climate in […]

Canada – Canada Rejected In Bid To Be Part Of High-Level NAFTA Talks Between Mexico And U.S.: Sources Say

Divide and conquer.   Make Mexico an offer it cannot refuse and the U.S. wins.  Its that simple. Canada rejected in bid to be part of high-level NAFTA talks between Mexico and U.S.: sources A source said the U.S. side, fuelled in part by Lighthizer’s dislike of Freeland, has decided to not even let Canada back […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Hopefully this green dot on this ash tree means that it is not going to be cut down. Its a very healthy looking tree that is not located under utilty lines.  Trees located under utility lines get trimmed to death. Come on people. Remove your posters after the your event is over.  City of Thunder […]

The World – 3D-Printed “Downloadable” Firearms Are Coming As Soon As Wednesday

3D-printed ‘downloadable’ firearms are coming as soon as Wednesday. They could reshape U.S. gun control On Aug. 1, homemade plastic ‘ghost guns’ could be coming to a 3D printer near you No traceable gun parts, no background checks, no need for much more than a computer and a 3D printer at home to build one. […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

I finally decided that this is a young American Goldfinch   It was there. When I passed this spot 20 minutes later, it was gone.  Did someone move it? The “lets use the useless-as-tits-on-a-bull Celebration Circle for a couple of days” theatre project continues. Nice boat MV Labrador Groundhog You can see all the different […]

The World – Missile Casings Found in Syria Traced Back To Their Manufacturers

More proof that the US and its NATO lapdogs were behind ISIS, al Nusra/al-Qaeda in Syria. Likely in Libya as well.  Don’t forget Iran.  The same can be said about the rest of the Middle East, Africa, the Ukraine, and Central and South America. . The same group of Western allies have been supplying weapons […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Buskerfest 2018. I took a quick walk through. Double click on any image to enlarge. Car show at Fat Guys Auto The “lets use the useless-as-tits-on-a-bull Celebration Circle for a couple of days” theatre project Saturday noon  show was about to start White Admiral Open for visitors Thursday to Monday 10am to 5pm. Why do […]

The World – Trump Just Unveiled The New Trade World Order. Canada Not Included

Things are about to get real interesting. A new free trade deal with the EU?  If Mexico does sign a separate trade agreement with the US, even though Mexico denies that is a possibility, where does that leave Canada? Outside looking in, that is where. Trump just unveiled the new trade world order. Canada not […]

The World – The All-Pervasive Military/Security Complex

Here is an article by Professor Joan Roelofs via Paul Craig Roberts and Zerohedge that explains why the Mainstream media and US Congress are sooo against Trump making peace with Putin.  Why NATO keeps getting bigger instead of fading away.  Why the US has been involved in a continuous war since the Pear Harbour attack on […]