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Montreal’s Homeless / The People We No Longer See


People are sleeping out in the elements, in the most degrading, dirty and unsanitary conditions, while we argue about whether or not we need to build housing for the poor and whether they are a provincial or a federal problem.

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Canadians, Harper Government Looks Good On You!


I listened to the speech from the throne twice just to make sure that I was hearing right and there was nothing in it that surprised me and the direction for Canada is clear and for the next four years the rich will get richer and the poor will continue to suffer and there is no stopping the Prime Minister and his party and it looks good on us, because we as Canadians allowed it to happen Continue reading

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Happy Valentines Day Canada, I Do Love You


As we draw near to the day when everyone feels bubbly and expresses their love for the person that they love I think that I shall look on our fair country anew and set the record straight. I love Canada, … Continue reading

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Winter Time In Kingston Ontario / Canada’s Hidden Treasures


      I learned something about how I was seeing Canada and avoiding winter exploration and I think that I am not alone.  The city of Kingston in  Ontario sits approximately half way between Montreal, Quebec and Toronto, Ontario. Except … Continue reading

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In Which God Do We Trust?


 I was raised in the Christian faith, but have  found that most religions seem to have rules and laws that tell us to do things for the betterment of man. We seem to be able to follow these laws for the most part until it comes to meeting someone … Continue reading

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If It Is Not A Weapon, Or A Photo Opt We Can Not Afford It Says Finance Minister Jim Flaherty


With a year full of scandal after scandal from just about every cabinet post and involving just about every cabinet minister in the Conservative Party of Canada,  I thought that the Conservative government would try to cool things down by … Continue reading

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My Christmas Experience 2010 / A Family Christmas


Christmas for me is many things. Christmas makes me want to give and I find myself stressing over not being able to give enough, or do enough for the ones I love as well as people I know nothing about except … Continue reading

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