Blatantly Oblivious to the Blindingly Obvious

Canada’s Housing Crisis: Who’s Running the Show – and for Whom? The most basic, fundamental concept in economics is “supply and demand.” Even someone who has never cracked open a textbook on economics is likely familiar with the term. Our political leaders would be conversant in economic theories and our financial leaders are presumably experts. […]

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The Environmental Dogs Bark But The Growth Caravan Moves On

Ignoring the Fundamental Issue Mother, may I go out to swim? Yes, my darling daughter. Hang your clothes on a hickory limb And don’t go near the water. This anonymous little poem comes to my mind when I read about the advocacy efforts of various anti-sprawl and environmental groups. The obvious absurdity of the poem

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Poilievre Panders, Promises Direct Flights to Punjab

In 2012, National Post published an interesting piece on immigration to Canada: As immigration booms, ethnic enclaves swell and segregate. The article revealed the extent to which mass immigration is creating ethnic enclaves in suburbs and towns across Canada. In 1981, Canada had 6 neighborhoods with ethnic enclaves, defined as locations where more than 30%

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Immigration and Population in the Corporate Media

A November 29, 2022 Globe and Mail article is representative of a slew of articles appearing recently in the Canadian MSM nibbling around the mass immigration issue now that immigration levels have been raised from disastrous to ludicrous. Media corporations have continuously pushed for higher levels of immigration over the past 5 decades but in

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