Monthly Archives: June 2006

CONservatives Show Us The True Meaning Of Accountability

THE CONSERVATIVES PRACTICE WHAT THEY PREACH….YEAH, OKAY OTTAWA, Thursday, June 29, 2006 — The Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, Jean‑Pierre Kingsley, has released the following statement.This statement is made in the context of the comments made by The Honourable John Baird to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on June 27, 2006, […]

Imperialism, Globalization, and Migration

IMPERIALISM, GLOBALIZATION AND MIGRATION: A TREATISE The reality of migration is one that reveals the asymmetrical relations between “rich” and “poor,” and between North and South, where the effects of colonialism and corporate globalization have created political economies that compel people to move. Such forces are the same forces that have perpetuated genocide and dispossession […]

5 Months Into Office, Harper Has No Plans to Address The Electoral System

CANADAS’ NUMBER ONE PROBLEM…VOTER APATHY, LEFT UNADDRESSED The Harper government has made it through its’ first 5 months of governing, without a cohesive plan to address the electoral imbalance, fed by a lack of proportional representation. Canadians throughout the last general election pressed all candidates to try and do more for proportional voter representation, and […]

Desperate Times Require Desperate Measures!

STEPHEN HARPER, DESPERATE FOR A MAJORITY GOVERNMENT, WOOES THE IMMIGRANT VOTE, WITH CHINESE HEAD TAX APOLOGY. The Harper CONservative governments apology, for a ridiculous head tax imposed many, many years ago, sets an astounding precedent for reparations. The move, a public apology for the racist head tax imposed, is viewed by the majority of Canadians […]

Thames River is in Dire need of Cleanup

THAMES RIVER IS FILLED WITH TRASH On Sat., June 17, my family and I took a canoe trip down the Thames River from below the Pittock dam to Beachville. Perhaps it wasn’t the far north, or shooting the Ottawa River, but it sure was spectacular in almost every possible way!The weather was beautiful, and although […]

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, September 23, 2006

LET’S CLEANUP PITTOCK LAKE RESERVOIR Monday, June 19, 2006 – 21,173 Cleanup Volunteers Currently Registered!HomeAbout UsF.A.Q.Get InvolvedDonatePast CleanupsAquatic GarbageSponsorsContact UsMedia RoomExtend a HandRegister for a cleanup in your area today! Conservation Partners: Provincial Sponsors: Search for a Cleanup (Step 3 of 3)List of sites in Woodstock, Ontario:Click on the name of the cleanup that you […]

Thames River is in Dire need of Cleanup

TIRES, REFRIDGERATORS, OVENS AND MORE…ALL FLOATING AROUND THE THAMES RIVER On Saturday,June 17th, my family and I took a canoe trip down the Thames from below the Pittock dam, to Beachville. Perhaps it wasn’t the far north, or shooting the Ottawa river, but it sure was spectacular in almost every possible way! The weather was […]

Motion Industries opens plant in Woodstock, Ontario

MOTION INDUSTRIES, OPENS IN WOODSTOCK Motion Industries, Inc., a large distributor of industrial maintenance, repair, and operation (MRO) replacement parts, opened a new branch, according to Motion Industries President and CEO, Bill Stevens. The new Motion Canada branch is located at 948 Parkinson Road, Unit #2. “This new branch reflects our ongoing commitment to meet […]

McGuinty announces new funds for Autism Treatment

MCGUINTY, HOPING TO LOOK GOOD FOR AN ELECTION, ANNOUNCES A TOKEN INVESTMENT IN AUTISM SERVICES The McGuinty government is providing funding for autism therapy to an estimated 120 more children starting this year through an expanded autism intervention program, as well as other supports to help youthwith autism make a successful transition to adolescence, Minister […]

McGuinty announces new funds for Autism Treatment

MCGUINTY, HOPING TO LOOK GOOD FOR AN ELECTION, ANNOUNCES A TOKEN INVESTMENT IN AUTISM SERVICES The McGuinty government is providing funding for autism therapy to an estimated 120 more children starting this year through an expanded autism intervention program, as well as other supports to help youthwith autism make a successful transition to adolescence, Minister […]