So poor Justin, after he thought he had the Supreme Court justices in his back pocket, found out today he had overstepped with his Bill C-69, which for the past six years has caused Alberta and Canada billions of dollars in revenues and the loss of thousands of jobs in the energy sector. Trudeau, do the right thing for Canada, step down, call an election, and give the next government a chance to repair the damage you have done to our once great country.
(People are clamouring for him to step down.)
Boom Boom Out Go The Lights is a song by Canadian musician Pat Travers from the late 1970s. Nobody knew then he was talking about the Liberal Bill C-69, which was defeated by the Supreme Court of Canada on Friday. Without their decision, it would have been lights out for Alberta and any other Canadian province in determining their own way to develop their natural resources without interference from Ottawa. This decision will be former Alberta premier Jason Kenney’s greatest achievement. Thanks Jason.
(And to think he was ousted by his own party.)
Liberal MPs commenting on Alberta is beyond reason. The electrical grid of Canada will take at least 20-50 years to come online for millions of electric cars, heating houses and air conditioning. California is a case in point as they struggle with blackouts during heat spells. The only way to stop this insane comment on Canada’s electrical grid is to vote out the federal Liberals and get some sanity back into Canada.
(The apparent lack of planning with regard to bracing our grid for increased demand is fairly worrisome.)
Re: ‘Quint’ essentials; Canada excluded from allies’ statement on Israel for a reason (Brian Lilley column, Oct. 11). Canada being excluded from the five leaders’ statement regarding the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel is yet another international embarrassment for Canada. Our “esteemed” prime minister continues to relegate our proud nation to an afterthought internationally. It’s time for Jagmeet Singh to pull back his support of this inept federal government before any more damage is caused, but it appears that won’t happen any time soon.
(Singh hasn’t shown any inclination to get tough with the PM.)