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48 minutes ago, DKTanker said:

So what is this I heard about Canada criminalizing the sale, purchase, and transfer of ownership of firearms while decriminalizing the street drugs of cocaine, meth, and opiates?

 Pretty much the case as the Trudeau only cares about keeping Trudeau in office. Given he is now as popular as Curious George at a gay pride parade he has to come up with something to use against the conservatives. He also has to keep the NDP happy so he is reduced to passing laws that punish the law abiding and reward the criminals. 

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1 hour ago, DKTanker said:

So what is this I heard about Canada criminalizing the sale, purchase, and transfer of ownership of firearms while decriminalizing the street drugs of cocaine, meth, and opiates?

Look on the bright side.  Now at least street gangs can litigate their territorial disputes in court rather than having shoot outs.  :^)

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24 minutes ago, Wobbly Head said:

 Pretty much the case as the Trudeau only cares about keeping Trudeau in office. Given he is now as popular as Curious George at a gay pride parade he has to come up with something to use against the conservatives. He also has to keep the NDP happy so he is reduced to passing laws that punish the law abiding and reward the criminals. 

I think you might be underestimating Trudeau's cowardly weasel streak.  The part where he's deathly afraid of exercising leadership, restraint, or discipline over anyone except white males and/or Conservative voters.

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2 hours ago, DKTanker said:

So what is this I heard about Canada criminalizing the sale, purchase, and transfer of ownership of firearms while decriminalizing the street drugs of cocaine, meth, and opiates?

NDP decries defeat of national drug decriminalization bill: ‘Blood on their hands’ (msn.com)

On Tuesday, B.C. was granted a three-year exemption under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act for people who possess a small amount of certain illicit substances for personal use.

The substances remain illegal, but adults who have 2.5 grams or less of opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA for personal use will no longer be arrested, charged or have their drugs seized.

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1 hour ago, MiloMorai said:

NDP decries defeat of national drug decriminalization bill: ‘Blood on their hands’ (msn.com)

On Tuesday, B.C. was granted a three-year exemption under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act for people who possess a small amount of certain illicit substances for personal use.

The substances remain illegal, but adults who have 2.5 grams or less of opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA for personal use will no longer be arrested, charged or have their drugs seized.

 

The NDP have whored themselves out to the Liberals until 2025 so that neither they nor the Liberals need face an election.  As such, they have no cause to complain when the Liberals treat them with contempt now.

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27 minutes ago, glenn239 said:

The NDP have whored themselves out to the Liberals until 2025 so that neither they nor the Liberals need face an election.  As such, they have no cause to complain when the Liberals treat them with contempt now.

Be sure.😀

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14 hours ago, DKTanker said:

So what is this I heard about Canada criminalizing the sale, purchase, and transfer of ownership of firearms while decriminalizing the street drugs of cocaine, meth, and opiates?

Possibility of more gun bans tomorrow 

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Well, if any of you guys want to try moving to the US, I'll show you around Georgia. The really nice place to move is the Shenandoah Valley/along I81. 

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14 minutes ago, DKTanker said:

But of course it is and never was about that.

Gang bangerss are more likley to vote Liberal

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18 hours ago, DKTanker said:

But of course it is and never was about that.

No, it actually is all about that.  Just because you and I know it's useless doesn't mean they don't believe in it.

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18 hours ago, Colin said:

Gang bangerss are more likley to vote Liberal

Actually, all but one of the ridings with the worst ridings crime rates in Toronto are either NDP or Conservative.

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On 6/3/2022 at 4:00 PM, R011 said:

Actually, all but one of the ridings with the worst ridings crime rates in Toronto are either NDP or Conservative.

The successful gangbangers live in the nicer parts of town and have their minions do the work elsewhere

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https://www.thecollegefix.com/canadian-fake-indigenous-professor-resigns-from-public-university/
 

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A Canadian professor whose claims of Indigenous ancestry were found baseless has resigned from employment at the University of Saskatchewan, according to a June 1 news release from Preston Smith, dean of the College of Medicine.

Carrie Bourassa (pictured) taught in the department of community health and epidemiology and ran an Indigenous community health research lab at the university, the CBC reported.

Bourassa had claimed to belong to three Canadian Indigenous peoples, according to the Star Phoenix, the daily newspaper of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

However, an October 2021 CBC investigation into Bourassa’s genealogy found no evidence of Indigenous ancestry and traced her lineage back to Europe and the United States.

 

Good work by the CBC, it would appear. Nip that Fauxcohontas nonsense in the bud.

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https://www.upi.com/Science_News/2022/06/28/canada-woolly-mammoth-baby-mummified/1961656413736/
 

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June 28 -- A young miner called for backup when his front-end loader unexpectedly struck something in the Canadian permafrost last week on the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere.

Roughly 67 miles east of the Alaskan border in Yukon's Eureka Creek, the miner, who was originally searching for gold, uncovered a whole mummified baby woolly mammoth, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported.

 

When is Canada going to stop screwing around and start cloning mammoths? I badly want to find out what mammoth tenderloin tastes like.

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10 hours ago, Ivanhoe said:

...I badly want to find out what mammoth tenderloin tastes like.

Most probably very close to elephant, very chewy and not tender at all.

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13 hours ago, bojan said:

Most probably very close to elephant, very chewy and not tender at all.

I've read that elephant can be quite good.

 

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Oh, it is, acceding to the guy who has tried it, but it is always chewy. Like a good European wild boar, if it is not somewhat chewy... it was not wild enough :)

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