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Effective Jan 2015 the Canadian gov have implemented a policy to fast track foriegn workers into Canada. So in a nutshell the companies who don't think a worker should be paid well and have a quality of life (we all know who they are) will be able to fast track this industry into the ground further.

 

If you don't think this policy will make this industry worse you live in a cave.

 

I hope every Canadian understands how important this next election is.

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Study says the temporary foreign worker program not effective, or legit as it allows companies/corporations to pay 15% less to employees. So government wants to shut it down.BBBBUUUUTTT the corporations such as Suncor, macdonalds, RBC, hortons, put pressure on gov to make it work. Thus the shadow work drapery that the gov thinks we cannot see thru want to implement the fastrack foreign worker policy that way the corps will NOT have to ensure Canadians are employed over foreign work as is in the temporary foreign worker program which has many in the news lately as these poor corporations may be charged....for phuc sakes.

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The Conservatives know that 25% of the people are completely brain dead stupid and 10% can easily be swayed by the old standards of Communism, Tax and Spend, Gay Marriage, and some references to the Bible and they quickly have 35%.

 

Maybe Pierre Poilierve could make one more change in his Fair Election Act and eliminate the secret ballot, then Canadians could actually see the truly stupid people that support this Government!

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The Conservatives know that 25% of the people are completely brain dead stupid and 10% can easily be swayed by the old standards of Communism, Tax and Spend, Gay Marriage, and some references to the Bible and they quickly have 35%.

 

Maybe Pierre Poilierve could make one more change in his Fair Election Act and eliminate the secret ballot, then Canadians could actually see the truly stupid people that support this Government!

So Winterlog, which one will be the saviour of Canada? Justin Trudeau or Thomas Mulcair??

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So Winterlog, which one will be the saviour of Canada? Justin Trudeau or Thomas Mulcair??

A bit of a Catch-22, isn't it? I think this is what they refer to as being on the "horns of a dilemma".

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ABC hybrid....Anything But Conservative.....it is more than just foreign workers ...his strategy of eliminating or ignoring science, demonizing anything or anyone who opposes him, and limiting debate in the house has sent a message to the world that this Government may not be on the up and up with their sales of Alberta's Tarsands. Unfortunately Stephen has put ALL of Canada's eggs in this economic basket and his own handling of it may be why Keystone and Northern Gateway never get built. Their announcement of downgrading Humpback whales from endangered species list yesterday, at a time when these Bitumen pipes are pending is that they think paving the way to approval is helpful, they are completely stupid, or they are just that arrogant. Anyway you look at it, the World looks at that and questions whether Canada is really going to develop a Tarsands that is a worldclass environmental project, whether Canada has any moral compass with respect to environment, and is Canada operating truthfully. Whether you think hybrid, environment means anything or not is irrelevant, it is a powerful political issue that deems recognition from any Government going forward and will become a factor if you truly want to sell your wares on the world market in the years to come.

 

Then the whole question on Tarsands becomes is it even in Canada's best economic interest...Alberta has been in the oil business for over half a century and they are running consistent deficit budgets, they have not put a dime into the Heritage Fund since 1987 and starting with Ralph Klein started to dip into that fund to help balance their budgets. There are examples of other countries around the world who have done much better. This year the Alberta Tories announced a balanced budget but added a caveat in that they will borrow an additional $20 billion to fund infrastructure (I guess that is balanced in Toryland), so the question is doing the same with borrowed money but now doing more on a National stage seems kinda stupid. I know the standard answer is that Asia is going to be our saviour because they are going to pay so much more. But really do you think that? Why would after these pipes are in place would China or anyone else pay anymore than the States, they will pay what the market will allow, putting more product on the market, well you know? We have to ship it further, how is that cheaper? China is not becoming a world economic power from being stupid.

 

The Harper Conservative strategy of eliminating opposition, de-regulation, limit debate, subsidizing business through cutting Corp Tax/Royalty expecting Trickledown, while in the meantime Canadians are still waiting for that Trickledown. There is no doubt cutting corporate taxes and stripping regulation makes Canada busy but all busy is making Canadians is tired and broke both personally (thanks to policies like the one that started this thread which take money out of our pockets) and publically (Harper has borrowed more money than any other Government in history and Alberta I already stated, which requires cuts to services to balance taking money out of our pockets). I believe we need policies that put money in the hands of customers not huge corporations, customers create jobs by buying more of what companies have to sell, giving companies cause to expand and hire. The Conservative economic ideology doesn't work Trickledown is a myth, bought hook line and sinker by the stupid 30% that vote waiting for the Trickle.

 

I am not against the oil industry but I do think it needs to be managed with integrity if we want to actually sell the product Globally and there needs to be an economic benefit to the public purse other than the few jobs it may create.

 

As far as your question hybrid we Canadians could put a monkey in the PMO and we would be better off, maybe we already have!...Vote ABC ...NDP and Liberal will split the other 70% look at the polls in your riding and support the poll leader of ABC in your riding.

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Typical Liberal. Rant away on FB, Vertical or any other forum that you can. Bottom line, the Conservatives have a majority government.

 

Don't get me wrong, you have some valid points. I agree with some of it. Instead of ranting away on a forum, I suggest you get political in your community and country, You really are wasting your energy here. It's funny, a lot ***** about the Federal Conservatives and BC Liberals (actually conservatives) but yet they both hold majority governments. Yeah, yeah, I know it was the robo-call caper that caused that...

 

By the way you should google communism, it is a socialist concept. How you associated conservatism with that is a mystery to me. Oh yeah, I also don't think the Conservatives ran on a pro gay marriage platform either. It really makes it look like you are ignorant to political platforms.

 

Good Luck in the next election.

 

You really didn't answer the question.

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I think you mis-read my reference to communism, gay marriage, and tax and spend, ...it is a talking point used by the right to fear monger the low information voter to demonize the left.

 

What is a typical liberal , hybrid? Is that someone who reads a newspaper and doesn't get stuck trying to get the joke in the peanuts strip?

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A typical liberal would be someone like you, one that thinks that their opinion is the only right one. They think that everyone that doesn't share their opinion is less intelligent than them. In BC we have "most" teachers and many other civil servants that are liberal or socialist. They are opposed to oil sands, fracking, mining, drilling and any other source of harvesting resources. Then they can't understand why the government won't give them a 13.5% raise over the next 3 years. They aren't educated to the fact that the vast majority of government revenues come from the resource sector. Of course the media doesn't seem to like to report it either.

 

Without actually having read the report, my guess is that it is addressing the issue of the vast shortage of tradespeople in Canada.

The other issue may be that a lot of unemployed people are not interested in working at Tim Hortons or MacDonalds. Go up north and you might actually see it for yourself. Are foreign pilots allowed to enter Canada under this new agreement?

 

Don't misunderstand me Winterlog, all resource extraction should be carefully debated and studied. Oil Sands, fracking and global warming are serious issues that need to have to have serious consideration. See a conservative listens to other points of view...

 

So how are you going to change the political landscape in Canada again. I'm sure you already answered, I must have missed it.

Or are you just going to babble on all day on here.

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