Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Dire Warning for Canadians

Never in the history of our country has the Citizens been at risk from their own government!
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News Alert Niagara has been reporting on many horror stories of Citizens suffering and even being destroyed by their own government and an overabundance of government agencies as evidenced and followed in our article: https://newsalertniagara.blogspot.com/2019/05/ontario-auditor-general-addresses.html 
You can go the way of so many others by spending your fortune to fight government in our  contemptible lower courts which pick off citizens one at a time or you can join your fellow Citizens in a fight to get your Property Rights into higher courts; higher courts all the way to the supreme court where there is hope for property rights. 
Good News! You can now fight back WITHOUT risk! 
You can join the 'Constitutional Challenge'!
Furthermore, your Financial support to Patent Research will be refunded upon a successful resolution or property rights. 
What's the old adage? You can pay now or pay later and because your money hungry government is coming for you on the slightest pretext.
Remember the best defense is a good offence!

Sunday, 14 July 2019

Lying loser returns

On January 16, 2016 'News Alert Niagara' published an article under the heading 'Official Niagara Baffle Gabregarding an overload of bovine waste emanating from the Niagara Regional Regime and in particular the Regime's former CAO Harry Schlange.
Now we find that the lying loser has returned as the CAO of the Niagara Municipality of Grimsby.
How Nice!
How could this happen? What due diligence was conducted by those hired and elected by the Grimsby Citizens?
With very little effort they would have discovered the true nature of their potential hire. The first thing of paramount importance is the fact that Schlange is not only a liar but a liar under oath; a perjurer in his court deposition. They could have examined the integrity of a individuals who would perjure themselves in order to harm a citizen who disagrees with them or is critical of their conduct. Perjury made worse by the cost to the Niagara Taxpayer of a $Quarter Million!
CITATION: Bracken v. Regional Municipality of Niagara Corporation, 2015 ONSC 6934
COURT FILE NO.:  10408/15
What effort did the Grimsby authorities make to check into Liar Schlange's past conduct or his historic adventures starting in Fort Erie before hiring him? 
With all the resources of government, why is it that a little media outfit like 'News Alert Niagara' is left to publicly sound the alarm as in the article: A Close Call for Niagara Taxpayers.
How can the Municipal Town of Grimsby go from spending hours and hours trying to legally retrieve taxpayers hard earned money all the way down to hiring a disreputable Character like Harry Schlange?
So Sad!

Can you say Trust, Transparency,Integrity?

This man can. And so can the Niagara Regional Regime's Council!
However, 'A Better Niagara' spilled the beans as to a Municipal Government that actually walks the walk when it come to standing up for their constituents. It's called Integrity!
Read Mike Williscraft's article in 'NEWSNOW' for the full story on Grimsby's effort to do more than 'forget about it' as juxtaposed with the feckless Regional Regime's bovine waste of 'lets just make sure it doesn't happen again'. 
While the Municipality of Grimsby has spent hours and hours delving into the legal possibility of recouping the loss of hard earned taxpayer dollars, the Regional Regime has been wasting hours and hours agonizing over their own political remuneration and an expensive 'Kathleen Wynne style scheme' to defraud the Citizen by changing the pay scale formula to allow pay increases for the Regime's employees at twice the rate of the Consumer Price Index!                                                                                           https://newsalertniagara.blogspot.com/2019/06/which-comes-first.html

It is interesting to note that it was senior Councilor Gale who recognized the revolting specter being viewed by the Niagara Constituents and who called on council to "cool it". More interesting is the fact that Chair Bradley sat stoically failing to shepherd his flock; failing to guide his council to get back to the business of addressing the many issues plaguing Niagara and Niagara Citizens. 
Was Chair Bradley's new gang's first effort to address the many ills that face their Constituents; Their contemptible secrecy; Their corrupt scheduling; Their illegalities and equity theft; Their war on free speech; and their penchant for becoming the arbiter of who is or who is not media? No! Bradley's new gang of what must now be rightly termed as miserable miscreants who decided to attack the taxpayer with the serious government induced affliction of homelessness by attempting to pile on more homeowner taxes for the Regime's benefit.
And when was the last time any of those we have elected or hired addressed the ridiculous overload of Niagara politicians?
Was the former Kathleen Wynne Cabinet Minister concerned about the inordinate amount of valuable time attempting to increase taxes to enrich the Niagara Regional Regime as opposed to considering the increased cost burden on the hapless home owner?  
Kathleen Wynne and her Cabinet Minister Bradley enriched everyone EXCEPT the Citizen and now Bradley has brought this shame to Niagara!

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Friday, 12 July 2019

Fighting for Transparency

Following to The Auditor General's address to the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) 'News Alert Niagara' made a May 21, 2019 request for background information on the new NPCA board members.
We took the position that since the NPCA Board members where by en large simply appointed then the public should have some background information as to just what related expertise the new Board Members brought to the table.
Today (July 11, 2019) we received word from Erika Navarro, the NPCA communication specialist that information Biographys have been added to the stark list of names.
Good Afternoon Mr. Haskell,
Hope this email finds you well.

I wanted to touch base regarding your recommendation below, sent to us in May.

Please be advised that bios have been added to our website: https://npca.ca/administration/board-members.

Thank you,


Please Note that some Board Members even add their Email Address!


    Board Chair Dave Bylsma was appointed to the NPCA in December 2018 and elected Chair in January, 2019. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from McMaster University.
    He is serving his first term on regional council in his capacity as mayor of West Lincoln. He was a councillor in West Lincoln for the 2014 to 2018 term. He has run in eight federal elections for the Christian Heritage Party since 1993.
    In 2000, he started Designer’s Doorstop Inc. which manufactures kitchen cabinet doors and currently employs four at his Vineland facility. He is a member of the West Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, Niagara Woodlot Association and the Canadian Christian Business Federation.

    Member Bylsma attends Presbyterian Church in Beamsville, where he plays the piano. He and wife Sylvia are raising seven children in St. Anns, with two married children residing nearby.
    On the NPCA Board, Chair Bylsma is on the Audit & Budget, CAO Selection, Governance, and Watershed Floodplain Committees, as well as serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Huson has been a life-long resident of Niagara and is serving her first term on regional council.
    She is currently the director of advancement and communications for Momentum Choir, a charitable organization that promotes and nurtures the musical talents of adults with disabilities. She also works at Brock University providing executive support, and financial, administrative and project management cross-functionally within the Registrar’s Office in addition to coordinating Brock’s graduation ceremonies.

    Member Huson is a graduate of Brock University having a master’s degree in Political Science with a specialization on Public Policy. Her academic research focused on Niagara’s economic development model and institutional change. She additionally holds a master’s degree in Business Administration with a specialization on Marketing. She has a passion for operations management, strategic planning and effective governance.
    Member Huson is an avid hiker, having a membership with the Bruce Trail and an avid interest in preserving and protecting Niagara’s environmental landscape. She is also passionate about entrepreneurship and supporting the growth and development of small to medium sized business in our community.

    She currently resides in the Town of Pelham, with her husband Todd and daughter Natasha. Her hobbies include graphic design, painting, and photography.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Huson is on the Audit & Budget, CAO Selection, Governance, and Watershed Floodplain Committees, as well as serves on the Source Protection Authority.
    Email: Diana.Huson@niagararegion.ca


    Member MacKenzie is a resident of Grimsby and is a graduate of the University of Guelph, with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Fish and Wildlife Biology.
    His extensive career in conservation includes 39 years with the Hamilton Conservation Authority, managing Conservation Areas and the Fifty Point Marina, eventually stepping into a Director of Customer Services and Operations position.
    He is currently Commissioner of the Niagara Escarpment Commission, Director of the Hamilton Naturalists Club, Bird Study Group, and coordinator of the Grimsby Wetlands. He has previously served as President President of the Ontario Marina Operators Association, President of the Hamilton Naturalists’ Club, and Founding Director of the Niagara Peninsula Hawkwatch.

    Member MacKenzie has a high desire to give back to the community and foster a strong appreciation of the superb natural heritage of the Niagara Watershed. His conservation efforts span from combating invasive species to the five-year fight he and others undertook to have the former sewage lagoons converted into a natural wetland space. He firmly believes in the benefits of being active in nature for physical and mental wellbeing and would like to build on the immense benefits of providing and protecting natural areas close to where people live.
    He enjoys sharing his love and knowledge of nature with others, in addition to writing, hiking, kayaking, nature photography, biking and art.
    On the NPCA Board, Member MacKenzie serves on the Source Protection Authority.
    Email: Kintail52@gmail.com


    Member Metcalfe is serving his first term on the NPCA Board of Directors representing Haldimand County, Ward 2.
    At the County, Member Metcalfe serves as Chair, Engineering & Capital Works, Vice Chair, Corporate & Social Services, Member of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, Court of Revision, and Heritage Haldimand.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Metcalfe is Vice Chair of the Audit & Budget Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Shirton is serving his second term on the NPCA Board.
    At the County, he is the Chair, Public Meeting for Planning Applications, Vice Chair, Engineering and Capital Works, Business Development and Planning Advisory Committee, Court of Revision, Haldimand County Public Library Board and the Museums Advisory Board.

    On the NPCA Board, Councillor Shirton is on the Governance Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Clark has more than 20 years of private sector experience in executive management, public affairs, communications, government relations, and community engagement.
    His public affairs consulting firm, Brad Clark Associates, specializes in community relations. He was honoured to serve in Ontario’s 37th parliament, as MPP for the Riding of Stoney Creek, Minister of Labour, Minister of Transportation, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care.

    Currently, he is a three-term Hamilton City Councillor for Ward 9 - Stoney Creek. He serves on the boards of Directors for both the Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Clark is Chair of the Governance Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    In 2007, while working for Environment Hamilton as a Project Manager, Member Johnson led her community to fight development that would greatly alter the natural environment of their neighbourhood. She was successful in this endeavour and others.
    In 2010, Member Johnson was elected as the City of Hamilton’s Ward 11 Councillor. She is presently serving her third term as the elected official for Glanbrook Ward 11 which is within the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority watershed.

    To better serve the residents of Glanbrook and due to Member Johnson’s past experience and interest in both the Agricultural and Rural Affairs as well as Conservation Authorities, Brenda requested the City of Hamilton’s appointment to the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Board and has been a Board member since January 2019.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Johnson is Vice Chair of the CAO Selection Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Wright is currently serving on the NPCA Board of Directors, representing the City of Hamilton.
    He holds a B.A. Sc. in Civil Engineering from University of Waterloo, with a focus on water resources, as well as a M.B.A. from York University with a focus on general management.
    Member Wright has approximately 12 years of experience working at the NPCA, first as the drinking water source protection coordinator/project manager and eventually as manager of Technical Services. Working as a project engineer in the environmental consulting field with more than 15 years of experience, he focused on soil remediation, soil and groundwater studies, and environmental site assessments, among other areas. He has taught several technical courses at a community college.

    Member Wright enjoyed participating in the activities of the organization for many years, and as such, is looking forward to his continued contribution to the NPCA as a board member.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Wright is on the Audit and Budget Committee, serves on the Source Protection Authority, and is the NPCA liaison on the Source Protection Committee.


    Member Beattie has served on the NPCA Board of Directors, as a citizen representative for the City of Hamilton, since 2011.
    He has more than 20 years of experience as an operations manager, 39 years in integrated steel plant maintenance, and 42 years as a community volunteer, school trustee, and small business owner. He holds a B.A. Sc. in Civil Engineering from University of Waterloo, with a focus on water resources, as well as an M.B.A. from York University with a focus on general management.

    Member Beattie resides in Winona and has held the titles of Board Chair, Board Member, and President for the Winona Peach Festival since
    1975. He has been married to Georgina for 48 years, with 4 children and 8 grandchildren.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Beattie is on the CAO Selection, Audit & Budget, and Watershed Floodplain Committees and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Foster was first elected to Lincoln town council in January of 2001 and served continuously representing Ward 1. He was elected to regional council in 2018 and is serving his first term as a regional councillor.
    At Town of Lincoln, Member Foster held many roles including deputy mayor (seven years) and chair of planning and development (nine years). He also chaired the Corporate Priorities / Business Planning Committee for a total of eight years, a position which included chairing the budget process for the Town of Lincoln.
    Member Foster has an extensive background in information technology and is currently a senior manager at LifeLabs, a Canadian-owned company that provides healthcare services across Canada.

    His education background includes a BA in political science from McMaster University, a master’s degree in library and information sciences from Western University, and he is currently studying towards a master’s degree in public administration from Western University. Rob has also achieved his Project Management Professional designation.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Foster is Vice-Chair of the Governance Committee, sits on the CAO Selection and Audit & Budget Committees and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Rick Brady is a resident of the City of Niagara Falls, and is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario, possessing a Bachelor of Arts. Additionally, he has taken Management courses from the IVEY Institute.
    He is a Professional Planner and has worked in both the private and public sectors, and as a Full-Time Professor at Niagara College.
    Member Brady is eager to share his skills and knowledge with the Board of Directors and hopes his experience will be helpful in leading the NPCA on a path forward.

    He is the past President of the Niagara Falls Nature Club, past Chairman of the Niagara Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, past member of the Ecological and Environmental Advisory Committee at Region of Niagara, and past President of the Niagara Falls Rotary Club.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Brady is on the Watershed Floodplain Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Zalepa is serving his first term on regional council. He served six years as councillor from 2008 to 2014 for the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, which included being chairperson of Community and Development Services, chairperson of Urban Design Committee, member of Municipal Heritage Committee, member of Committee of Adjustment and chairperson of Corporate Services.
    As an active community member, he is a volunteer for 809 Network Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets as chairperson of the squadron
    sponsoring committee, a Board member for Riverbrink Art Museum in Queenston, minor hockey as coach and referee, and member of the Niagara Association of Realtors, Ontario Real Estate Association, Canadian Real Estate Association and Canadian Professional Sales Association, among others.
    Member Zalepa was owner of Real Estate Brokerage for 25 years and is currently the director of strategic growth for Century 21 Canada
    corporate head office. He was past president of the Niagara Association of Realtors, past chairperson of the Ontario Real Estate Association Government Relations Committee and past chairperson of Canadian Real Estate Association MLS Technology Council.

    He is a member of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club and has an interest in keelboat sailing and racing.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Zalepa is Chair of the Audit & Budget Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Steele is serving his first term on regional council in his capacity as mayor of the City of Port Colborne. He was a Port Colborne Councillor for Ward One from 1996 to 2014. He has been in the insurance business since 1982 and is the owner of C. M. Steele Insurance Brokers Ltd., established in 1898.
    Member Steele has extensive community involvement including being President of Port Colborne Minor Hockey from 2002 to 2016, past
    president of Port Colborne Lions Club, Vice-president of Niagara South Insurance Brokers Association, past member of Niagara College Foundation, and Chair of Port Colborne Vale Health and Wellness Centre Building Committee, among others.
    He is a member of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, the Niagara South Insurance Brokers Association, the Chamber of
    Commerce and the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

    He is married to Debby and has three sons, Mitch, Mack and Riley.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Steele is Chair of the CAO Selection Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Smith was born and raised in St. Catharines. He served Canada in many regions of the world before retiring in 2011 after 25 years of service at the rank of Major.
    He has been active in the community in advocating transparency, accountability and integrity as foundational to good governance and the keys to building trust between the public and their elected officials. He was recommended to be a NPCA Board Member by the City of St. Catharines and was approved by the Region of Niagara to service on the NPCA Board commencing in June 2019.
    Member Smith is the founder of an international, non-government organization (International Children’s Awareness) and has been on that Board for 25 years. He volunteers his time working both locally and internationally in different African nations.

    He and his wife Margaret live in Port Dalhousie and have three children who live across Canada.
    As NPCA Board Member, Smith serves on the Source Protection Authority.


    Member Whalen is a graduate of Niagara College, who has served four terms as an elected councillor for the City of Thorold and is serving his first term on regional council.
    He is the CEO of the Thorold Community Credit Union, and has more than 45 years in financial management, including a major chartered bank, and more than 32 years in the credit union system. He was past treasurer for over 25 years with the West St. Catharines Business Association.
    As a councillor with the City of Thorold, Councillor Whalen was a liaison to the Thorold Business Improvement Area, Thorold Non-Profit Housing, Thorold Sports Runway of Recognition, Thorold Santa Claus Parade, Allanburg Community Centre Board of Directors, Thorold Community Grant Committee, City of Thorold’s Corporate Services Committee, and Mayor’s Youth Advisory Committee.

    Member Whalen has more than 30 years coaching minor sports including minor hockey, baseball, soccer and girls all-star fastball, and enjoys playing hockey in the St. Catharines over 45 Hockey League as goaltender.
    He has been married to his wife Joanne for more than 45 years and has three children and 11 grandchildren.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Whalen is on the Watershed Floodplain Committee and serves on the Source Protection Authority.
    Email: tim.whalen@niagararegion.ca


    Member Feor is a resident of Fort Erie, and possesses an undergraduate degree in Commerce, with specialization in Accounting, from the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa.
    She also has a graduate certificate in Environmental Management and Assessment from Niagara College and is completing a Master’s of Environment and Business (MEB) from University of Waterloo.
    Member Feor has worked as a financial auditor and a strategy consultant in the field of sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) and currently teaches at Niagara College, delivering courses in accounting, entrepreneurship, and ethics.
    She believes that a healthy ecosystem is the most valuable asset to improved human well-being and is critical to the integrity of our Niagara Peninsula watershed.

    She is a daughter, sister, and an aunt with deep roots in Niagara, and her hobbies include biking, gardening, and traveling.
    As NPCA Board Member, Feor serves on the Source Protection Authority.
    Email: leahfeor@gmail.com




    Member Ingrao is a resident of the City of Welland. He is a Licensed Paralegal with the Law Society of Ontario and has a Bachelor of Health Sciences from Cape Breton University.
    He currently sits as the appointed Chair and Member of the City of Welland Property Standards Appeal Tribunal Committee, the Dog/Animal Appeal Tribunal Committee, and presides, facilitates, and adjudicates appeal matters pursuant to various bylaws and compliance with Administrative Orders.
    Member Ingrao has extensive experiences in the law sectors, as he is retired from Manager of Legal Activity and Prosecutor for the Department of Health, Environmental Health Division, Regional Municipality of Durham.

    He is committed to ensuring that the Niagara Peninsula, with its rich Indigenous history; National history; the Great Lakes, Niagara Falls, the Welland Ship canal system, and other natural environmental wonders, are safe, protected, productive and reserved for future generations to come.
    He and his spouse Julie have 4 children and 9 grandchildren, all committed to supporting education, the arts, sports and social justice for all.
    On the NPCA Board, Member Ingrao is on the Governance and Watershed Floodplain Committees and serves on the Source Protection Authority.
    Email: j.a.ingrao@gmail.com

The Credentials of the new NPCA Board Members hopefully indicates potential for a marked improvement. 

Monday, 8 July 2019

Niagara's Missing Link

'News Alert Niagara' spent years exposing the corruption of the Niagara Peninsula conservation Authority as evidenced in our past articles.
'News Alert Niagara' Spent decades sounding the alarm regarding the Niagara Regional Regime's propensity to skirt the rule of law for the regime's own purpose. 

The Regional Regime works feverishly developing a machiavellian strategy to switch from the Consumer Price Index to the so-called 'Municipal Price Index' to hopefully allow, without backlash, the regional regime the ability to gouge the hapless Citizen with an inflationary pay increases (3.3%) that their Constituents can only dream about! 
After all the articles we have presented regarding the theft of equity being perpetrated on private property homeowners we find a full blown attack by money hungry municipalities. Money hungry municipalities that steal equity to disguise their fear of backlash predicated on the continually and overly raising of property tax.
Since the private property of homeowners are the chief source of revenue for municipalities they are coming up with new and creative ways to gouge their taxpaying citizens. 
The City of St. Catharines is again promoting their decade long scheme to gouge taxpayers with permit fees and fines regarding the trees on private property
Niagara-on-the-Lake's new fees and fines revenue scheme is to order the enclosing of hot tubs, no doubt to be followed by locks on toilet seats and childproof gates on kitchen doors.
Good ole Fort Erie wants permit fees (ranging up to $1500) and fines to allow home owners the right to share their home with others. Sad, considering available living space is so scarce! 
What can you expect from an outfit that spends time and money trying to legally dispossess a citizen of his property, which many believe is just a disgusting scheme to allow Fort Erie to gain access to their (17 year) landlocked sub-division?
Then we have the city of Port Colborne who is contemplating allowing back-filling a stone quarry with supposedly "CLEAN" fill to below the water table. Ironically Port Colborne has been suffering with what was supposedly safe contaminates for over 20 years and that contamination horror still continues. Astonishing that Port Colborne never heard of Welland's little money maker Mount Carcinogen leaching its poison into Niagara's drinking water! 
From top  to bottom those we have elected and hired spend an inordinate amount time and money scheming, with the help of their money-burning municipal union, AMO, to look after what matters to them by cheating the taxpaying Citizen but refuse to address the missing link; the elephant in the room; the government induced homelessness and poverty.
The Citizens elected authorities to govern - not to run over them!
How do we get a better Niagara if we ignore corruption bordering near malfeasance and how can our vote matter if we must vote in ignorance?
-Written by the perpetrators

Tuesday, 2 July 2019

Transition from Magazine to Blog

In response to queries regarding the cessation of our online magazine ‘The Mirror online’, which ran from 2006 until 2017, we extend our sincere apologies.

The past editions of ‘the Mirror online’ are still available at http://themirroronline.ca/

Although ‘News Alert Niagara’ has limitations as to expanded content it does allow for a more timely response to political machinations. https://newsalertniagara.blogspot.com/

‘News Alert Niagara’ offers its reader the opportunity to voice their opinions and comments under every article and we welcome guest articles.
To stay informed click this Link  https://newsalertniagara.blogspot.com/ to view nearly 400 Articles that have been viewed by over 330,000 readers!
Back in 2010 we exposed the Niagara Regional Regime’s attempt to shut Niagara Citizens out of presenting their views to their elected Council in the Citizen’s Public Forum! http://www.niagarawinnerscircle.com/Inventing-Darkness.html

It was ‘News Alert Niagara’ that first raised the alarm as to the Corruption at the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority https://newsalertniagara.blogspot.com/2018/11/a-study-in-elected-corruption-update-8.html

Following are just 6 Links to current Articles that you will find interesting…

Stories you won't hear anywhere else

Decline of the west

Why would any government decide to destroy the Canadian economy just to satisfy China, India, etc., based on climate change? Remember Carbon doesn't understand borders...

According to the Parliamentary Budget Officer, Yves Giroux, if the economy grows the price on carbon must go up. If the economy tanks then people don't have the income to travel therefore the carbon tax (and it is a tax no matter what government states) is merely a means to undermine the Canadian economy. This only supports foreign interests and foreign economies.
There is also the issue that this is obviously a tax on rural Canada. The PBO speaks of public transit and how an investment in that means of transportation would decrease the amount of carbon, but at what cost to those who do not have the public transit option? Rural Canada doesn't have that option nor does it have the option of smaller vehicles as rural vehicles are used to travel safely in winter and in most cases are used for work purposes.

In some provinces the price of electricity will go through the roof as it has in Ontario. Ontario is still (and will) continue to pay for horrific electricity pricing because of failed renewable energy production and extremely questionable contracts with foreign entities. Again, more of the failed philosophy and failed planning by governments.

And yet what does these purported plans of carbon taxes and renewable energy costs include - the destruction of the economy. If one must pay an additional 23 cents a litre for fuel or to heat their home; if one must pay, as the people of Ontario are, for renewable energy including the cost to people's health regarding the wind turbines, doesn't that completely do what the government wants - ruin the economy.

One might be of the thought that it is Canadians and Canada's position on the world stage that will be in shambles unless all other countries are placed on the same playing field, wouldn't one?

So why would any government decide to destroy the Canadian economy just to satisfy China, India, etc., based on climate change? Remember Carbon doesn't understand borders...

Editors Note: Those too thick to learn from past failure are apt to repeat the same.

On Oswald Spengler writer of 'Decline of the West' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y63lCm1WFPc

Our special thanks to Elizabeth Marshal for her expertise as a researcher, writer, lecturer and supporter of Patent Research   https://newsalertniagara.blogspot.com/2019/06/whatcha-gunna-do-when-they-come-for-you.html

PS: Protection for the private property homeowner is on its way based on the U.S Supreme court ruling: https://www.cfact.org/2019/06/25/supreme-court-dishes-property-owners-a-fifth-amendment-victory/

In Canada a Constitutional Challenge on Private Property Rights is moving ahead to reinstate your legal 'Patent Rights'.
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