Bulletins Since 2003

Mass Immigration Has Turned Visible Minorities into Majorities in Many of Canada’s Electoral Districts

Note that this bulletin consists of a Table compiled by Statistics Canada which used information from the 2006 Census. In 2006, Canada had about 300 MP’s. Of that number, 24 were classified as Majority Minority. In other words, Canada’s Visible … Continue reading

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Resignation Of UBC President not the only UBC mess

The Resignation Of UBC President Arvind Gupta is not the only mess at UBC. While pundits scramble to uncover why UBC President Arvind Gupta really left his position, most of them will be certain to ignore the factors that created … Continue reading

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Open Letter About Immigration To NDP’s Thomas Mulcair

Open Letter To Thomas Mulcair, Leader Of The NDP By Bill Harrison I and many others, I’m sure, are receiving emails from your party urging us to become involved in accepting and promoting the NDP programs, policies, and ideals. While … Continue reading

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Up Against the Wall, MP Candidates. Immigration Is The Issue

UP AGAINST THE WALL, MP CANDIDATES : IMMIGRATION IS THE ISSUE The recent shut-down of The Richmond Review, a community newspaper in Richmond, B.C. (population about 200,000, and a suburb just south of Vancouver) should set off immigration alarm bells … Continue reading

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This Land Is Ours And We’re Going To Keep It

THIS LAND IS OURS AND WE’RE GOING TO KEEP IT The immigration lobby likes to tell Canada’s majority population that it has no right to control immigration intake because it stole land from First Nations. The lobby implies that it … Continue reading

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Ten Matters That Should Be Election Issues

Ten Matters That Should Be Election Issues (1) A significant number of recent immigrants have grossly abused Canada’s income tax system, have regarded Canada as an easy dupe, and have to be held to a severe accounting. A recent Vancouver … Continue reading

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Canadian Immigration Policy : Heading for Disaster—Part 1

Canadian Immigration Policy: Heading for Disaster (Part 1 of a Review of “Mayday! Mayday!”) Peter Goodchild In 2011 there appeared a book with the title of Mayday! Mayday! (Spruce Ridge Publishing) by Canadian radio personality Lowell Green. The subtitle is: … Continue reading

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Paying For Our Own Demise : Funding “Multicult” Canada

Paying For Our Own Demise: Funding “Multicult” Canada By Brad Salzberg, May 2015 In 1988, multiculturalism in Canada officially became government policy. This was the year the policy became entrenched in our constitution, thereby completing a seventeen- year- long transition … Continue reading

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Canada Has Another Residential School System. The CBC Is Its Administrator

Canada Has Another Residential School System. The CBC Is Its Administrator Canada’s national broadcaster (the CBC) and many of the private media have been feasting recently on the reports of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission Modelled on a similar commission … Continue reading

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The Answer to Housing Unaffordability : Cut Immigration-Driven Demand By Cutting Immigration. Don’t Increase Supply

The Answer to Housing Unaffordability : Cut Immigration-Driven Demand By Cutting Immigration. Don’t Increase Supply The uproar over astronomic house prices in Vancouver reached a new height this past week. In typical real estate sales talk, Vancouver’s Condo King, Bob … Continue reading

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Mass Immigration Intensifies Water Crisis

This is a shortened version of a bulletin just published by an American Environmental organization. It focuses on the water crisis in California and other parts of the U.S. It is particularly relevant because Canada relies on California and other … Continue reading

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In Bed Together: Marxism, Capitalism, and Immigration

In Bed Together: Marxism, Capitalism, and Immigration A Review of Kerry Bolton’s ‘Babel Inc: Multiculturalism, Globalisation, and the New World Order.’ By Todd Frobisher Have you ever wondered why large corporations and leftist government policies are often in the same … Continue reading

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We Are All ‘Xenophobic’

We Are All ‘Xenophobic’ by Tim Murray April 28, 2015 Get this: One in three South Africans are unemployed, and the CBC calls the violence and rioting by South Africans against immigration a sign of “intolerance”. (The National, April 17, … Continue reading

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Why Toronto and Vancouver Residents Score Lowest On Happiness Survey

Why Toronto and Vancouver Residents Score Lowest On Happiness Survey Don’t Worry—Be Happy! By Tim Murray, April 22, 2015 Item: Statscan reports that Vancouver and Toronto residents are the least happy of Canadians http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/11-626-x/11-626-x2015046-eng.htm Interesting. According to a recent Statscan … Continue reading

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Earth Day Founder Had Strong Immigration Message

Earth Day Founder Had Strong Immigration Message Most people who celebrate Earth Day know little, if anything, about the person who founded Earth Day which is celebrated every April 22. Here are seven key points about the founder and his … Continue reading

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Easter 2015 –The Metropolis Project’s Aim : Crucify Canada

Vancouver has just hosted a National Conference of The Metropolis Project. This group pretends to be an academic research group. It states that it “supports research and public policy development on population migration, cultural diversity and the challenges of immigrant … Continue reading

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Almost All Metro Van Residents Don’t Want More People

Nine of 10 Vancouver residents don’t want population growth Douglas Todd The Vancouver Sun March 24, 2015 More than 9 of 10 Metro Vancouver residents do not want more people moving into the city, according to a poll. The results … Continue reading

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Brampton Flyers : Criticize Immigration and the Cops Open a “Hate” Investigation

Brampton Flyers: Criticize Immigration and the Cops Open a “Hate” Investigation by Nick Champani Latest Brampton Flyer On Saturday, March 14, a number of immigration reformers leafleted several neighbourhoods in Brampton. The leaflet shown below called attention once again to … Continue reading

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Richmond : The “Canary” in Canada’s immigration coal mine

The Richmond Forum on Chinese signs on March 12 demonstrated the large gap between what the Richmond public and the Richmond political class want to see happen in Richmond. It also showed the indignity that Richmond citizens and all other … Continue reading

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The Real impact of a Court Challenge in a Multicultural Canada

The Real impact of a Court Challenge in a Multicultural Canada Ron Smith When the Rania El-Alloul story broke this past week, Canadians heard that a Muslim woman, Rania El-Alloul of Montreal, had presented herself at a Quebec court in … Continue reading

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