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February 10, 2009



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Divorce And Remarriage In The Christian  
Canada’s 2009 Federal Budget approved  
Known alcoholics on the job  
Christian and Missionary Alliance Corpor  
Liberal Ignatieff makes gains at HARPER  
Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship   
Deceptive, unacceptable, unfair   
The common crticism of Conservative SH  
Too often women have been put down by me  
Canada’s Oil Sand Projects  
The crticism of LIBERAL leader Michael  
Bell Sympatico  
Basic Contract law  
Still actions speak louder over mere   
Canada’s Jobless need more help, and   
ISP false, misleading adds  
Victims of deadly C. difficile outbreak  
Canada’s top news 2008.  STEPHEN HARPER IS NO BETTER THAN THE  
fresh, healthy food too expensive: Poll  
Drunk driving arrests jump  
Alcohol continues to show it’s ugly head  
Another real bad Conservative Brian   
My past download and service problems wi  
Clearly the Canadian CRTC is in someone’  
Quebec’s police-shooting policy biased:  
Healing Evangelist Todd Bentley to Fold  
Does the RCMP monitor download logs?  
Safety and snow removal services  
Canada’s ex PM Jean Chretien, Paul Mar  
a very sick Canadian PM Stephen Harper!  
I admit it  
No – Self regulating  
Real Justice in Canada too  
Harper again not a man of his word..  
MURDEROUS COPS coverup is ongoing  
Surprise, Surprise, Still ineffective RC  
Bell moves to limit internet competitors  
Libel, lawsuits  
Canada’s election not as interesting a  
Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper  
The Harper demon who clearly made it all  
The murderous RCMP  
Speed-related highway fatalities  
Health, food safety, Recall and   
it is about time  
The important issue of our personal heal  
Was Prime Minister Stephen Harper drunk,  
Canada’s Stephen Harper the pretender,   
Cops lie too  
Executive Salary caps  
False Quebec bashing over Harper the   
Bell, Sympatico – Customer’s profiles  
Bell’s latest response  
Unbelievable how bad they are still  
Restrictive Trade practises  
The Spin Game – Evangelicals and their  
Action, not mere words needed  
Pretentious Ministers, Health Ministers,  
Canadian Women’s rights  
Class action suit against Bell Sympatico  
Conservatives on probation  
The dirty cops and politicians now too  
It is still Canada’s Prime Minister Step  
Unacceptable Medical Care  
Are you having problems with your ISP   
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the   
Canada’s federal election fiasco   
Justifiable Uproar  
Hanging Up on Early-Exit Fees  
The bad, bad RCMP, Bad Conservatives too  
Republicans and the Democrats give   
Top and most active posts  
It is about time too CRTC initiates   
On how to deal with it  



PS: Look at this, due to the undeniable Recession, budget and tax cuts,  Municipalities across Canada have  been cutting back even on their services, snow clearing now too, which has been leading up to more car accidents, and cause the police cannot tell the truth about their employers, the police now lie, and divert the truth, saying that speeding vehicles were the cause of most of the accidents. In reality now also  speeding also still is not the main reasons for accidents but driving while impaired is..

The whole truth comes out.. drunk drivers, snow removal, road accidents, recession..

Surging welfare demands in Ontario now really still begs the Questions as to when actually many of these people had lost their jobs, were unable to find one, after all welfare is used after one’s months of Unemployment insurance is used up first? It ALSO THUS seems someone is not telling us the true figures of the number of people unemployed in Canada, Ontario firstly, the recession did not just start this year.. especially since the people on welfare are generally no longer counted as unemployed.. Well the whole truth is coming out, being exposed even in Ontario. 

“CP  Ont. – Premier Dalton McGuinty dismissed calls Tuesday to accelerate the uploading of social assistance programs from municipalities, despite warnings that surging welfare costs will mean big tax hikes for struggling homeowners. “The short answer is no, I don’t believe so,” McGuinty said in London, Ont. The province, which pays for 80 per cent of welfare benefits, has moved a “long way” towards easing the burden on municipalities, he said. “Our burden, so to speak, is four times greater than theirs when it comes to dealing with the challenge of increasing welfare roles,” McGuinty said. “Just as they have financial challenges, so do we, and we’re going to have to find a way to manage our way through these.”  

A recent TD Economics report warned that homeowners in struggling Ontario communities may be hit with big property-tax hikes to cover rising welfare costs during the recession. The report singled out Toronto, but TD economist and co-author Derek Burleton said other municipalities will face similar financial pressures as the economy sours. In its budget plan released Tuesday, Toronto signalled that residential property taxes will rise by four per cent in 2009. Mayor David Miller cited higher costs for transit, policing, snow clearance (* this  explains why there have been more road accidents in Ontario now too, 17000 in the last 2 months, since Ontario’s roads have not been immediately cleared of the snow it seems..) and welfare in defending the hike. Municipalities can’t go into deficits, but the provincial government can. Municipalities currently pay 20 per cent of welfare benefits, but they also administer the program, and the province has capped increases to its share of those administrative costs, Burleton noted in his report. 

Windsor, Ont., has been struggling for years to find a way out of a severe economic downturn that began in 2002, said Mayor Eddie Francis.  As manufacturing jobs disappeared, welfare caseloads started to “skyrocket” in 2005, he said.  With Windsor’s jobless rate hitting 11 per cent – the highest in Canada – more people are turning to welfare and other social programs as their unemployment benefits run out, Francis said.  As the costs of maintaining those programs go up, the amount of tax revenue the city is collecting is plunging, he added.  * “We’re at a point right now where… we’ve cut to the bone in terms of city services,” Francis said.  Last year, the city lost about $15 million in tax revenue – the equivalent of a four per cent tax hike – because property values are falling and companies are shuttering plants and factories, Francis said.  The loss of a GM plant alone would cost the city $3 million in much-needed tax revenue, he added.  Speeding up the provincial upload of costs from municipalities and the arrival of much-needed federal cash for infrastructure projects would ease financial burden many cities and towns are facing, he said.  “Everything is needed right now – all the tools,” he said. 

* It clearly appears that the lying Police chief of Ontario and also cops themselves who wrongfully  even as of lately had have blamed most of the drivers themselves, speeding,  for most of the accidents, they clearly wrongfully had failed to mention now that snow clearing  road services were not up to par due to the recession… and definitely contributed to the accidents. the Liars, the” OPP responded to over 17,000 crashes on OPP patrolled highways in the last two months. Sgt. Woodford says not to blame the weather for the collisions, but drivers not driving according to road conditions, such as speeding and following too closely”, 

Now also the recession has been  going on for years in Ontario since 2005 and Stephen Harper did not know this as the Prime Minister of Canada, so now supposedly he could not deal with it or in reality he wrongfully again did not care to know, deal with it still  oo? and he does not know firsthand about alcoholism and it’s  problem now too? 

Former Liberal prime minister Paul Martin complained Stephen Harper was too slow in bringing forward a stimulus package, saying the government should have acted before Christmas.”I think the situation is very worrisome and I think that when you see these job numbers it’s a pity that we didn’t begin with the stimulus much earlier,” Martin said of a $40-billion plan MPs approved in principle last week.
Meanwhile, Brian Mulroney expressed skepticism over Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney’s prediction the economy will pick up next year. “The quicker you get at this kind of thing, the better off you are. I also think it’s very important the kind of stimulus that you engage in.””While I hope he’s right, I find it somewhat optimistic,” said Mulroney, who grappled with a massive deficit that amounted to 8.7 per cent of the GDP when he took over from Pierre Trudeau in 1984.
North American stock markets, the Canadian dollar and the price of oil fell on their faces Tuesday after slipping on the icy reception jittery investors gave the U.S. Senate’s endorsement of President Barack Obama’s US$838-billion bailout package.
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Do see all of my posts about bad Stephen Harper now too. 

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